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  1. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Greece, Europe, Southern Europe

    The Decree aims at implementing article 12 (paragraphs 2, 3 and 4) of Law No. 1650/86 and also aims at harmonizing the Greek legislative framework with the provisions of Council Directive 87/101/EEC on the disposal of waste oils so as to improve the efficiency of waste oil collection and to take more stringent measures for the purpose of environmental protection (article 1). The Decree lays down the necessary measures to ensure the safe collection and disposal of waste oils.

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Greece, Europe, Southern Europe

    The exact description and delimitation of habitat types are an important tool and a basic condition for the protection and effective management of the natural environment and biodiversity in Greece. It is also a bounding obligation towards the competent EU bodies. Previously registered habitats (period 1999−2001) concerned in total 237 land areas totaling roughly 2 millions hectares of land. This work was the first and only mapping of habitat types in protected areas, resulting in the production of thematic maps (habitat type maps).

  3. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Greece, Europe, Southern Europe

    The Degree, aiming at a better protection of waters and water basins from nitrate pollution, completes paragraphs a and b, article 2 of Ministerial Joint Decree No. 19652/1906/1999, as amended by Ministerial Joint Decree No. 20419/2522 of 2001, by adding to the Catalogue of vulnerable zones, the Asopos river basin, in the region of Boeotia. The delimitation of area is delimited on a map attached to this Decree.

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Greece, Europe, Southern Europe

    The law, apart from the provisions of the law regulating matters on electronic communications, transport and public works, with Chapter D (art. 123-132) brings forth extensive amendments throughout the text of the Code on expropriation of immovable property.

    Amends: Law No. 2882 bringing forth the Code on expropriation of immovable property. (2001-02-02)

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Greece, Europe, Southern Europe

    The law brings forth the Code of compulsory acquisition (expropriation) of immovable property. It consists of two articles (ratification of the Code and entry into force). The Code sets out: the rules and conditions under which the Government may expropriate a person's ownership or other rights in or to immovable property for public purposes (Chapter A, art. 1-6); the procedures governing the conduct of the act of expropriation(Chapter B, art. 7-10); the conditions for cancellation or revocation of compulsory acquisition (Chapter C, art.

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Greece, Europe, Southern Europe

    The first article of the present law brings forth amendments throughout the text of the Code on expropriation of immovable property in order to comply with the provisions of the Greek Constitution. In particular, a new article (article 7a) is added to the Code, dealing with the procedures governing the conduct of the act of expropriation. The second and last article sets out the entry into force of such amendments.

    Amends: Law No. 2882 bringing forth the Code on expropriation of immovable property. (2001-02-02)

  7. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Greece, Europe, Southern Europe

    In accordance with article 17 of Law No. 3844/2010 and Community Directive 2006/123/EC on the provision of services in the internal market, as well as with articles 197, 198 and 199 of Law No. 4072/2012, this Decree establish the right to Community providers of immovable property services (real estate) to extend their operations beyond their national borders and to operate in the Greek national territory with out being established in Greece.

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