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  1. 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

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Iran, Western Asia, Asia, Southern Asia

    This Regulationt enforces the Law of Urban Land of 13 September 1987. The Regulation consists of 75 articles divided in 5 Chapters: Definitions and Regulations related to the Land Construction (I); Rules regarding Recognition of Land (II); Purchase and Ownership of Lands (III); Preparation, Construction and Transfer of Land Ownership (IV); Miscellaneous Provisions (V).The Regulation defines the concepts and explains the provisions of the Urban Land Law based on the Civil Code and other prevailing Act.

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

    The Act is the Statute of the Land Affairs Organization which is a state institute part of the Ministry of Agriculture. The Act consists of 9 articles, divided into 4 Chapters; General Provisions (I); Objectives and Essential Duties (II); Responsibilities and Authorities of the Chairman (III); Miscellaneous Provisions (IV).The main duties of this Organization include planning, policy making and organizing the implementation of all rules and regulations regarding lands and land affairs.

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

    The purpose of this Act, which consists of 14 Articles, is to determine the boundary of the coastal zone and inland as well as to regulate provisions regarding their ownership and use. According to the Act, any construction in the determined limit of the coastal zone and inland is prohibited unless for necessary public facilities. Any trespassing to these limits or any destruction of their current situation may lead to persecution by authorities.

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

    The purpose of this Act is to regulate general principles governing the limits of ownership of lands by individuals in the country. In particular, no one may own more than a certain amount of land in the whole country. Any land in excess shall be seized by the Government and redistributed. Fruit and tea gardens, as well as agricultural land are exempt from this limitation. Abandoned land, wasteland and land exceeding the maximum permitted, are considered eligible for division and redistribution. According to the Act, farmers are considered as priority in land redistribution.

  6. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    These Regulations amend the European Communities (Environmental Impact Assessment) (Agriculture) Regulations 2011 by, among other things: inserting a definition of "environmental impact assessment" and a new definition of "EIS" and Minister; and defining the duties of the Minister in respect of applications for authorization of development and environmental impact assessment. They also substitute Schedule 3 (specifying information to be contained in an Environmental Impact Statement) for the Schedule attached to these Regulations.

  7. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    These Regulations prescribe bodies for consultation and submission of observations to the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government in respect of an application for a foreshore lease, licence or permission as may be issued under the Foreshore Act. They also prescribe a statutory time limit for such consultations.

    Implements: Foreshore Act, 1933. (1933-06-30)

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