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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Ethiopia, Africa, Eastern Africa

    This basic piece of legislation sets out principles and lays the foundations for laws relative to land tenure and administration of rural land are to be enacted by Regional Councils in respect of each Region of Ethiopia and in accordance with the present Proclamation, laws on environmental protection and land utilization policies. (Rural) land is declared to be a common property of the “Nations, Nationalities and Peoples” of Ethiopia and it is prescribed that land shall not be subject to sale or other means of exchange.

  2. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Act lays down provisions relating to acquisition, sharing and protection of land. The text consists of 79 sections divided into 8 Parts as follows: Transfer and descent of land (1); Common parties contracts and conveyances (2); Partition and sale (3); Attornment clauses (4); Enforcement of mortgages and agreements for sale of land (5); Enforcement of purchase-money, security agreements (6); Mineral titles clarification (7); Miscellaneous (8).

    Implemented by: Law of Property Regulation (Alta. Reg. 89/2004). (2014)

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Nauru, Oceania

    This Act contains rules relative to real property and especially the lease and disposal of land.It prescribes rules relative to the manner of giving effect to equitable interests and powers, creation and disposition of equitable interests, vesting orders and dispositions of legal estates operating as conveyances by an estate owner, leasehold, rights on real property in case of infancy, lunacy or death, common ownership, registration of rights, etc.

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Tuvalu, Oceania

    This Act provides rules relative to real property and in particular to the lease and disposal of land.The Act prescribes rules relative to the manner of giving effect to equitable interests and powers, creation and disposition of equitable interests, vesting orders and dispositions of legal estates operating as conveyances by an estate owner, leasehold, rights on real property in case of infancy, lunacy or death, common ownership, registration of rights, etc.

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Tonga, Oceania

    This Act contains rules relative to real property and especially the lease and disposal of land.It prescribes rules relative to the manner of giving effect to equitable interests and powers, creation and disposition of equitable interests, vesting orders and dispositions of legal estates operating as conveyances by an estate owner, leasehold, rights on real property in case of infancy, lunacy or death, common ownership, registration of rights, etc.

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Kiribati, Oceania

    This Act contains rules relative to real property and especially the lease and disposal of land.It prescribes rules relative to the manner of giving effect to equitable interests and powers, Creation and disposition of equitable interests, vesting orders and dispositions of legal estates operating as conveyances by an estate owner, leasehold, rights on real property in case of infancy, lunacy or death, common ownership, registration of rights, etc.

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    Legislation
    Albania, Europe, Southern Europe

    The State grants land to natural or legal persons who then enjoy the right of ownership and all other accompanying rights envisaged by this Law. The sale and purchase of land is prohibited. Agricultural land is given in ownership or for use to local legal or natural persons without remuneration. Article 4 concerns land tenure by foreigners. Article 5 provides for succession of land rights by members of agricultural cooperatives.

  8. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Nepal, Asia, Southern Asia

    The Act consists of 11 Chapters divided into 64 articles: Preliminary (I); Abolition of Jimidari (II); Ceilings of Land (III); Acquisition of Land in Excess of Upper Ceiling (IV); Compensation (V); Sale and Disposal of Land (VI); Provisions Relating to Tenant (VII); Provisions on Rent (VIII); Provisions on Compulsory Saving and Debt (IX); Provisions Relating to Land-Use, Control of Land Fragmentation and Plotting (Chaklabandi) (IXA); Authorities and Procedures (X); Miscellaneous (XI).This Act abolishes the Jimidari system for the collection of land taxes.

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