These Regulations, made in terms of section 45 of the Communal Land Reform Act, provide with respect to a wide variety of matters concerning communal land and communal land rights. Part I deals with (application for) customary land rights. It specifies the maximum size of land that may be held under customary land right and specifies particulars pertaining to allocation of customary land right.
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Library ResourceRegulationsMarch, 2003Namibia
Library ResourceRegulationsSeptember, 2013Namibia
These Regulations, made in terms of section 77 read with section 46 of the Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform, concern subletting of a farm unit. They make provision with respect to an application for consent to sublet farming unit and rent, defines size of farming unit to be sublet and the duration of a sublease, prescribe conditions on subletting farming units by sub-lessees and prescribe conditions on grazing livestock.
Library ResourceNational PoliciesJanuary, 2013Guyana
The primary objective of the National Land Use Plan (NLUP) is to provide a strategic framework to guide land development in Guyana. As such the NLUP is built upon a number of national policies and strategies that have a direct relevance for land use and land management. A main objective of the NLUP is to enable financial resources to be targeted at optimal land uses at the regional level.The NLUP aims to suggest a number of options for particular areas that can then guide decision-makers and attract inward investment.
Library ResourceRegulationsJamaica, Americas, Caribbean
These Regulations define and list "prescribed trees" and "economic trees" for purposes of the Agricultural Small Holdings Act. For the purposes of section 8 of the Act, the areas specified in the Second Schedule shall be the areas in respect of which a landlord may reserve, in a rice tenancy contract, the exclusive right to graze cattle upon the holding for the period between the reaping of one crop of rice and the preparation of the land for planting the next crop.
Implements: Agricultural Small Holdings Act. (1997)
Library ResourceRegulationsCanada, Americas, Northern America
The present Regulation implements the Crown Lands Act (Chapter C340). Section 2 establishes that no person shall graze livestock on Crown land except under the authority of: a) a lease under the Agricultural Crown Land Leases Regulation or b) a permit issued by the director under this Regulation. The text consists of 4 Parts divided into 20 sections as follows: Definitions (I); Grazing permits (II); Hay permits (III); Repeal (IV).
Implements: Crown Lands Act (C.C.S.M. c. C340). (2015)
Library ResourceLegislationJanuary, 1938Africa, Eastern Africa, Kenya
This Act makes provision for the administration of Trust land as defined by section 114 of the Constitution of Kenya, the setting apart of an area of Trust land for use and occupation for specified purposes, the use of Trust land and for other related purposes.
Library ResourceLegislationMongolia, Eastern Asia, Asia
The Law consists of 7 Chapters composed of 67 articles dealing with the following matters: 1) general provisions (chapt. 1, arts. 1-8); 2) the unified land territory and its basic classification (chapt. 2, arts. 9-16); 3) the authority of the government bodies and local self-governing organizations regarding land issues (chapt. 3, arts. 17 – 23); 4) land management, land register and the unified land territory report (chapt. 4, arts. 24-26); 5) concession of land in ownership and lease (chapt. 5, arts. 27-51); 6) efficient and rational use of land and land protection (chapt. 6, arts.
Library ResourceAlbania, Europe, Southern Europe
This Instruction deals with the criteria for the granting of leases for pastures and meadows by local authorities and lays down rules for the use of such agricultural land by leaseholders.
Library ResourceLegislationGeorgia, Asia, Western Asia
Provisions of this Act apply also to forests and certain inland waters exploited for agricultural purposes, certain buildings and other objects listed in article 2. Agricultural lands are arable lands, natural meadowlands and pastures. The basis of lease is an agreement between lessor and lessee. This Agreement defines issues specified in article 4, such as terms of returning lease object at the expiration of a term of lease; terms for exploitation and cure of leased objects.
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