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  1. Library Resource
    January, 2001

    The present Law lays down provisions relating to building technology and building equipment, as well as to special environmental, health and energy requirements of buildings. Furthermore, the Law also applies to parcel of lands and other constructions and facilities subject to requirements of the present Law.

  2. Library Resource
    January, 2000

    This Act consists of 44 sections divided into 3 Parts. It regulates livestock and agricultural operations. It includes regulations for spreading manure or compost for all livestock operations in Alberta. The manure spreading regulations include requirements for manure incorporation, soil nitrogen and salinity limits, setback distances, record keeping and soil testing. The Natural Resources Conservation Board is responsible for the inspection, approval and authorization of livestock operations (for example seasonal feeding and bedding sites) and manure application.

  3. Library Resource
    January, 2000

    The purpose of this Act is to promote the proper land use and improve the environment in rural community.

  4. Library Resource
    January, 2000

    These Regulations are enacted to standardize the surveying and mapping administrative law enforcement. The Regulations consist of 15 Articles.  The administrative department in charge of Surveying and mapping under the State Council is responsible for the unified management of the national administrative law enforcement certificate for surveying and mapping.

  5. Library Resource
    June, 2000

    This Law sets forth principles and procedures of registration and demarcation of land, and the duties and authorities of the state agencies and municipalities in this respect. The Law consists of 15 Articles and 4 Sections. It contains provisions on principles of land structure and land administration, land registration, demarcation of land borders, nomenclature and classification of land, establishment of administrative units for land management, land use planning, land registry, and sanctions.

  6. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2000
    Honduras, Nicaragua, Central America, South America

    During the week beginning the 25th of October 1999 in Honduras and Nicaragua, Hurricane Mitch devastated large areas in the cities, razed bridges and highways, and left some regions isolated, blocking aid efforts. The production of basic grains that are obtained in the hillsides, where the poorest farrners live, suffered serious damage. Winds and floodwaters badly hit the productive areas where some farmers were harvesting their crops and others were planting. Great losses were caused, affecting the economy and production of food of these two countries.

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