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  1. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 1992
  2. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 1992
    Qatar, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Israel, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Bulgaria, Ghana, Somalia, Portugal, Kuwait, Chad, Mongolia, Iraq, China, Australia, Austria, Uruguay, Mozambique, Yemen, Albania, India

    En muchas partes del mundo la escasez cada vez mayor de agua y el mal uso de agua dulce plantea graves problemas al desarrollo sostenible. Como más de dos tercios del agua que se toma de los ríos, lagos y acuíferos de la tierra se destinan al riego, la agricultura se considera una válvula de seguridad del sistema. El capítulo especial de este año sobre política hídrica y agricultura analiza las repercusiones en las políticas de una mayor competencia, los conflictos, la escasez, el desperdicio, e l exceso de explotación y la degradación de los recursos hídricos.

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    December, 1992
    China

    This Law is enacted to strengthen the administration of the surveying and mapping undertaking, promote its development, ensure that it renders service to the development of national economy, building up of national defence, progress of the society as well as ecological protection, and safeguard the security of national geospatial information.The State exercises a graded administrative system over basic surveying and mapping.

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    December, 1992
    China

    This Law is enacted to strengthen the development of the surveying and mapping undertaking. The Law consists of 34 Articles divided into 8 Chapters: General Provisions (I); Surveying and Mapping Datums and Systems (II); Surveying and Mapping Planning and the Implementation (III); Boundary Surveying and Mapping (IV); Administration on the Surveying and Mapping Results (V) ; Protection of Survey Markers (VI); Legal Liabilities (VII); Supplementary Provisions (VIII).

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation
    July, 1992
    Latvia

    The Law lays down rules for privatisation of land in rural areas. The main tasks of land privatisation are to create the basis and guarantees for agricultural development; to restore the land ownership rights to the former owners of land, which belonged to them on 21 July 1940 or to the heirs thereof; and to transfer land into ownership with remuneration to the citizens of the Republic of Latvia.

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    August, 1992
    Macao S.A.R

    This Law, consisting of 27 articles divided into four Chapters, establishes the legal regime for land expropriation. The Law establishes that everyone has the right to private property and its transmission in life or death, according to the law. The immovable property and rights inherent thereto may be expropriated for the sake of public utility, upon the payment of just compensation. It is divided as follows: General provisions (Chap. I); Declaration of public utility and authorization of administrative possession (Chap. II); Compensation regime (Chap. III); Final provisions (Chap.

  7. Library Resource
    Legislation
    December, 1992
    Tuvalu

    This Act provides with respect to partnerships and related matters such as land tenure by partnerships. The estate or interest in any land which belongs to the partnership shall devolve according to the nature and tenure thereof, and the general rules or law thereto applicable, but in trust, so far as necessary, for the persons beneficially interested in the land under this Act.

  8. Library Resource
    Legislation
    June, 1992
    Colombia

    La presente Ley modifica y adiciona la Ley Nº 5 de 1992 que expide el Reglamento del Congreso, el Senado y la Cámara de Representantes de Colombia, tiene por objeto crear la Comisión Legal para la Protección de los Derechos de las Comunidades Negras o Población Afrocolombiana, con el fin de asegurar la protección de los derechos colectivos e individuales en el mejoramiento de sus condiciones y calidad de vida a partir de la gestión legislativa, institucional, organizativa, y el control político que realicen los Congresistas afrocolombianos a través de esta Comisión Legal.La Comisión Legal p

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