This Act provides the general framework for principles regulating land relations in the USSR and the Union Republics. Union and autonomous Republics are to promulgate more detailed legislation within this framework. This Act excludes relations regarding mining, forestry, water and the protection of flora, fauna and the atmosphere. The Act is directed towards the creation of conditions for the rational use and protection of land, the regeneration of soil fertility, the preservation and improvement of the natural environment, and the equal development of all forms of economy.
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Library ResourceLegislationAzerbaijan, Western Asia, Asia
The Land Code (115 articles) is divided into 16 sections: General Provisions (1), Rights and obligations of proprietors (2), Farmland (3), Landownership, landholding and land use (4), Land of settlements (5), Land for industry, transportation, communication and other purposes (6), Land in sub-urban and green zones (7), Land of forest, water bodies and the land reserve (8), Damages (9), Land protection (10), Monitoring the use and protection of land (11), State land records (12), Land management (13), Settlement of disputes (14), Accountability (15) and International treaties (16).The Code o
Library ResourceLegislationMexico, Americas, Central America
La presente Ley regula las características, funcionamiento y competencias de los Tribunales Agrarios, definidos como órganos federales dotados de plena jurisdicción y autonomía para dictar sus fallos, a los que corresponde la administración de la justicia agraria en todo el territorio nacional (art. 1º). Los tribunales agrarios se dividen en dos: Tribunal Superior Agrario y los Tribunales unitarios agrarios (art. 2º).
Library ResourceLegislationBarbados, Americas, Caribbean
The Act provides for powers of land surveyors to carry out land survey of boundaries of estates and for procedures of such survey, the review of surveys and the inclusion of surveys in survey plans. Notice of land survey shall be given 7 days prior to survey and shall be in the form as set out in the First Schedule. A warrant of land survey shall be issued in a prescribed form by a judge if survey is carried out to establish boundaries of adjoining lands in order to resolve a land dispute (sect. 6).
Library ResourceLegislationUnited Kingdom, Europe, Northern Europe
An Act to make provision for farm business tenancies which begin after 1 September 1995. Section 4 excludes in part the Agricultural Holding Act, 1986 to tenancies covered by the present Act. Sections 5 to 7 provide rules for the termination of tenancies. Tenancies continuing for more than two years shall afterwards continue from year to year unless terminated by notice (sect. 5). Section 8 recognizes the right of a tenant to remove buildings and fixtures.
Library ResourceLegislationAntigua and Barbuda, Caribbean, Americas
This Act gives the ordinary time limits for bringing actions of the various classes mentioned in the Act and section 33 extends the applicability of the Act also to arbitration. Actions include various actions in respect of land: section 17 provides for the time limit for an action to recover land or rent (time limit of 12 years but does not apply to Crown land (sect. 17). Section 20 declares that provisions of the Act shall apply to equitable interests in land, including interests in the proceeds of the sale of land held upon trust for sale and to legal estates.
Library ResourceLegislationNew Zealand, Oceania
This Act governs the alienation, development, classification and leasing of Crown lands and is divided into 13 Parts and 2 Schedules as follows: General administration (I); Surveys (II); Purchase and development of land (III); Classification and alienation of Crown land (IV); Leases and licences (V); Advances to Crown tenants (VI); Acquisition of fee simple and modification of existing leases and licences (VII); Renewals of renewable leases (VIII); Remissions, revaluations, forfeitures (IX); Servicemen and discharged servicemen (X); Licences for timber, flax, minerals and other purposes (XI
Library ResourceLegislationEswatini, Southern Africa, Africa
The Act establishes the procedure for the acquisition of any real property needed for public purposes, and, in the case of immovable property, for the acquisition by freehold title or by leasehold. The procedure includes, inter alia, preliminary investigations, notice of intention to take property to the persons concerned, power to take possession.
Library ResourceLegislationAustralia, Oceania
Objects of this Act are inter alia: (a) to encourage agricultural landowners and their tenants and sharefarmers to make suitable and adequate provision to protect properties from deterioration; (b) to permit and encourage the parties to make their own agreements regarding compensation for stored products, for tenants' fixtures and other matters; (c) to provide basic provisions between the parties where they fail to make their own agreement, or where their agreement is unreasonable; (d) to provide for compulsory arbitration outside the court system for resolving by an arbitration commit
Library ResourceLegislationSri Lanka, Asia, Southern Asia
The Ordinance establishes the powers of the board (established according to the provisions of section 11 of the Land Settlement Ordinance) and the procedure to be followed in respect of applications.As far as the decisions of the board are concerned, article 6 establishes that the chairman of the board shall inform the Settlement Officer of the decision taken in respect of every application. Said decision shall be communicated to the claimant and thereafter the necessary steps shall be taken by the Settlement Officer in order to give effect to the decision.