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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    April, 2012
    Syrian Arab Republic

    This Decree consisting of 55 articles aims at regulating the agricultural land reclamation in Syria. Part I deals with the rules for the Agricultural Land Reclamation while Part II deals with the Distribution of irrigated reclaimed land. Article 1 states that the Minister of Irrigation may, in accordance with the Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform and after taking the opinion of the General Union of Farmers, declare a public benefit in the reclamation of lands in any area of the Syrian Arab Republic.

  2. Library Resource
    Legislation
    July, 2014
    Kuwait

    This Law consisting of 48 articles aims to provide with respect to Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in Kuwait and replaces Law No.7 of 2008.A public Authority called Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects shall be established. Authority’s board of directors shall be the Higher Committee for Public-Private Partnership Projects. Established by a decree, it is chaired by the Minister of Finance.

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    December, 2015
    Iraq

    This Law consisting of 5 articles aims at regulating the ownership of agricultural lands and orchards excluded from the previous settlement acts or still not settled within and out the boundaries of the Municipality of Baghdad. This in view of the urban development that has occurred on many agricultural lands that became not suitable for agricultural exploitation.

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    October, 1984
    Oman

    The Decree sets out the general conditions for the transfer of ownership of government lands to the Omani citizens under their personal request. It also sets forth rules with respect to land ownership and land use rights. The conditions for granting residential lands, commercial and industrial lands or agricultural lands are stated in the Decree.The authorities of reference are the Ministry of Land Affairs and the municipalities.

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation
    April, 2016
    Cyprus

    This Act may be cited as the Immovable Property (Tenure, Registration and Valuation) (Amendment) (No. 3) Law of 2016 and shall be read together with the Immovable Property (Tenure, Registration and Valuation) Law. Amendments deal with adminstrative and legal proceedings for land leasing. Article 2 of the basic law is amended by adding the following new terms and definitions of "government settlement".

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    May, 1980
    Syrian Arab Republic

    This Law consisting of 6 articles specifies how many hectares of land it is possible to own, divided by land types as follows (i) irrigated land; (ii) rain-fed areas with fruit trees; and (iii) rain-fed land. The Law also considers cases in which the indicated limit can be exceeded.

  7. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Iran, Western Asia, Asia, Southern Asia

    The Law, which consists of 5 articles, aims to regulate matters relating to lands, increase the land supply and adjust the land price, as one of the main causes of social wealth.The Act has been codified in line with the Principle 31 of the Iran Constitution, which consider appropriate accommodation principal right of each citizen, and in order to preserve and sustainable use of lands in the countryAccording to the Law, urban lands refers to the lands located in the legal borders of the cities and towns and Urban Abandoned Land refers to the urban land which does not have any history of con

  8. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Bahrain, Western Asia

    The aim of this Legislative Decree is to regulate the appropriation of lands and buildings by citizens of the Cooperation Council of Arab Gulf Countries. This Legislative Decree is composed of 8 articles. Article 1 lays down requirements and conditions for appropriation of lands and buildings by citizens of the Cooperation Council of Arab Gulf Countries. Articles 2-6 deal with the following matters: (a) time limit for the registration of lands; (b) transfer of ownership; and, (c) requirements and conditions for economic activities.

  9. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Georgia, Asia, Western Asia

    Privatization of State-owned enterprises is allowed in all sectors of the economy (art. 3). The privatisation shall be managed by a lead agency named the State property management Committee (art. 4). It shall prepare a privatization programme. Enterprises shall be sold by the State Property Fund, a State company acting on a commercial base (art. 6).

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