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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    November, 2011
    Russia

    This Regional Law establishes the cases and the procedure of allotment free of charge in ownership to citizens having three and more children of the plots of land pertaining to state and municipal property, and it also establishes minimum and maximum land area (dimensions) of such land plots. The aforesaid plots of land shall be allotted for individual residential housing construction and subsidiary smallholding.

  2. Library Resource
    Legislation
    May, 2003
    Russia

    This Regional Law regulates the issues of allotment free of charge to citizens in ownership of land plots pertaining to state and municipal property. The aforesaid allotment shall be performed once only to citizens that had in actual use, before entry into force of the Land Code, the aforesaid land plots for the purpose individual residential housing construction, smallholding and gardening without legal registration of land rights in due course. This Regional Law classifies categories of citizens having the right to land allotment.

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    December, 2017
    Lithuania

    Article 7 shall be amended to add the following wording: “Article 7. Management, use and disposal of state land by trust.

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    February, 2002
    China

    This Act is enacted for the purposes of regulating expropriation of land, ensuring reasonable land use, safeguarding private properties and promoting public interest. Land expropriation shall be governed by this Act.To establish any of the undertakings for public interest purpose as prescribed in Article 3, the State may expropriate private land.

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation
    June, 1951
    China

    This Act governs the leasing of farm land.The amount of rent from farm land shall not exceed 37.5 per cent of the total annual harvest of the principal product of its main crops. It shall be reduced to 37.5 per cent if the originally agreed rent is more than 37.5 per cent. It shall not be increased to 37.5 per cent if the originally agreed rent is less than 37.5 per cent.The Municipal or County (City) Government and the Village (Township,City, District) Office shall respectively set up the Farm Land Tenancy Committee.

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    February, 2015
    Thailand

    The purpose of this Act is to strengthen the administration on agricultural land consolidation.An agricultural land consolidation committee, called the “Central Land Consolidation Committee” shall be established.

  7. 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.

  8. Library Resource
    Legislation
    June, 2016
    Chile

    La presente Ley establece el marco jurídico que reconoce y regula el derecho real de conservación medioambiental. Se trata de un derecho real que faculta a su titular a conservar el patrimonio ambiental de un predio o de ciertos atributos o funciones de éste. Este derecho se constituye en forma libre y voluntaria por el propietario del predio en beneficio de una persona natural o jurídica determinada. La facultad de conservar se ejercerá de conformidad a las normas establecidas en esta Ley y en el contrato constitutivo.

  9. Library Resource
    Regulations
    August, 2016
    Kenya

    This Act amends the Land Registration Act, 2012, the National Land Commission Act, 2012 and the Land Act, 2012 to give effect to Articles 68(c)(i) and 67(2)(e) of the Constitution. Article 68(c)(i) requires Parliament to enact legislation to prescribe minimum and maximum land holding acreages in respect of private land. Article 67(2)(e) requires the Land Commission to initiate investigations, on its own initiative or on a complaint, into present or historical land injustices, and recommend appropriate redress. The Act places restrictions on transactions in "controlled land".

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