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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    July, 1961
    Germany

    The present Act lays down provisions relating to the improvement of agricultural structures and the safeguard of agricultural and forestry industries. The text consists of 39 articles divided into 5 Parts as follows: Land transactions (I); Inheritance proceedings (II); Proceedings (III); Amendment of existing legislation (IV); Additional, transitional and final provisions (V).

  2. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    December, 2015
    Estonia, Latvia, Russia, Germany

    German nobility took an important role in Livonia, Estonia and Courland territorial development. During from the period 1870-1913 Riga was the largest export port in Russia province with 550 thousand inhabitants. Towns and large rural population difference resulted Latvian strongly developed agriculture, industry and urbanization. Strong turbulence time began with the year 1905, followed by years of war, and finally in 20 years of the 20th century the agrarian land reform ended in Estonia, Livonia and Latvia.

  3. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    December, 2009

    The estate Gornji grad, since 1462 in the ownership in the diocese of Ljubljana, owned for centuries large forests and leasehold pastures. They were managaed in a traditional way with the servitude or otherwise acquired rights of the bondsmen, applying selected felling of the trees, mostly without allocation to the bondsmen or by increasing the acreage of the pasture on the expense of that of the forests as well as in many other ways. All this finally resulted, although unintentionally, in the benefit of the bondsmen.

  4. Library Resource

    Gesetz über Maßnahmen zur Verbesserung der Agrarstruktur und zur Sicherung land- und forstwirtschaflicher Betriebe (Grundstückverkehrsgesetz – GrdstVG).

    Legislation
    Germany, Europe, Western Europe

    The present Act lays down provisions relating to the improvement of agricultural structures and the safeguard of agricultural and forestry industries. The text consists of 39 articles divided into 5 Parts as follows: Land transactions (I); Inheritance proceedings (II); Proceedings (III); Amendment of existing legislation (IV); Additional, transitional and final provisions (V).

  5. Library Resource

    Landwirtschafts- und Landeskulturgesetz.

    Legislation
    Germany, Europe, Western Europe

    The purpose of the present Law is to promote agriculture and forestry in such a way as to fulfil within the global economy their basic functions for the general well-being. The tasks of agriculture and forestry are, inter alia, the production of healthy food in sufficient quantities as well as the organization and maintenance of nature and recreational space.

  6. Library Resource

    Gesetz über Wasser- und Bodenverbände (Wasserverbandgesetz).

    Legislation
    Germany, Europe, Western Europe

    Article 1 of the above-mentioned Law establishes that water and soil associations are public bodies based on the law of the Reich or Land with the following tasks: 1) to create, modify and keep in orderly state waters and their banks, to regulate the discharge of waters and to ensure their elimination as appropriate; 2) to create, modify, keep in good state, run, exploit and as appropriate to eliminate navigation plants, dams, floodgates, hydropower stations and watersheds; 3) to drain, to irrigate, to lay dry and to protect land from flooding, 4) to eliminate, recycle and clean waste water

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