This Act, as referred to in Clause (1) of art. 244 of the Constitution, amends part IX of the Constitution, related to Panchayats Extension to the Scheduled Areas. Part IX of the Constitution relating to Panchayats is extended to the Scheduled Areas subject to such exceptions and modifications, as provided in section 4.
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Library ResourceLegislationDecember, 1996India
Library ResourceLegislationDecember, 1992China
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.
Library ResourceLegislationDecember, 1992China
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).
Library ResourceLegislationJanuary, 1997Kyrgyzstan
The relations in the sphere of the rights to use pastures on the territory of the Kyrghyz Republic shall be regulated by this Law, the Forest, Water and Land Codes, laws on lease and lease relations, protection of the nature, flora and fauna, atmospheric air and other legislation of the Kyrghyz Republic. The subjects for the utilization of pastures shall be juridical and natural persons. The objects shall be certain areas of pastures. The pasture areas shall have locations and boundaries both on the map and on the ground.
Library ResourceLegislationApril, 2017Timor-Leste
This Law, consisting of 69 articles divided into five Chapters, defines the regime applicable to the expropriation of immovable property and establishes rules and procedures for cases in which the State, with a view to the pursuit of a public purpose, is impelled, in the absence of other viable alternative solutions, to call upon itself the ownership of immovable property in the private domain. It specifies the cases in which expropriation is allowed, such as: when the property must pursue a purpose of public utility.
Library ResourceLegislationAugust, 1992Macao 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.
Library ResourceLegislationJuly, 2016Kyrgyzstan
Article 1 shall be amended to add the following wording: “Transfer of irrigated public land stock to category of land under perennial fruit growing species shall be prohibited”.
Amends: Law No. 257 “On moratorium on transfer of irrigated arable land to other categories of land”. (2011-06-23)
Library ResourceLegislationFebruary, 2002China
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.
Library ResourceLegislationFebruary, 2015Thailand
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.
Library ResourceLegislationJune, 1951China
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.
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