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    An Act instituting a comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program to promote social justice and industrialization, providing the mechanism for its implementation, and for other purposes.

    Legislation
    Philippines, South-Eastern Asia, Asia

    The Act consists of 78 sections, divided into 15 Chapters.(A) Policy Framework. It is the stated policy of the state to see to the welfare of the landless farmers and farmworkers, and to establish the owner-cultivatorship of economic-size farms as the basis of Philippine agriculture. To this end, and Agrarian Reform Program which is based on the right of landless farmers and farmworkers to own the land they till, or to receive a fair share of the fruits of their labour.

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Cambodia, Asia, South-Eastern Asia

    This text consists of 6 articles. Article 1 establishes the concept of precinct forests defined as the inland and marine fisheries domain and reserved for fishery productivity. Article 2 subjects the issuing of the land property in the precinct forest to the approval by the Ministry of Agriculture. The conduct of activities such as clearing, chopping, reclaiming or burning is prohibited unless prior authorization of the Ministry of Agriculture has been granted (art. 3).

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Laos, Asia, South-Eastern Asia

    The present Law distinguishes between five types of property:(1) State property, which includes "material and technical basis of the society under state control" and assets used in operations carried out by the state. According to article 4, paragraph 2, the state may grant the right to use natural resources (land, water, forests) to other organizations, economic units and individuals.

  4. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Indonesia, Asia, South-Eastern Asia

    This Decree has been enacted in order (i) to control the utilization of land in general; (ii) to settle the problems in the field of land affairs; and (iii) to review the position, tasks, and functions of the Directorate General of Agrarian Affairs, and to upgrade it to an institution which handles land affairs on a national level: the National Land Affairs Agency. This is a non-departmental government institution which is positioned under the President of the Republic.

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Indonesia, Asia, South-Eastern Asia

    The Decree makes provisions for the procurement of land for the implementation of construction in the interest of the public. The land procurement shall be conducted by means of releasing or relinquishing the land title and shall be based on the General Planning of Spatial Layout already stipulated. The construction in the interest of the public is limited to the fields listed in article 5 (e.g. public roads, reservoirs, dams, irrigation channels, harbours, religious services, public markets, government offices, etc.).

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Indonesia, Asia, South-Eastern Asia

    This Act consists of 32 articles divided into the following Chapters: General Provisions (I); Principles and Aims (II); Rights and Obligations (III); Planning, Utilisation and Control (IV); Spatial Layout Plan (V); Authority and Development (VI); Transitional Provision (VII); Closing Provisions (VIII).Spatial layout is "the structural manifestation and the utilisation pattern of the space, both planned and unplanned" (art. 1, point 2.).

  7. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Indonesia, Asia, South-Eastern Asia

    The Act establishes that the right to administer the soil, water and air is vested in the State. The State, therefore, has the authority to: (a) regulate the allotment, use, supply and maintenance of soil, water and air; (b) regulate the legal relations between persons and soil, water and air; (c) regulate the legal relations between persons and legal acts concerning soil, water and air. The exploitation of these resources both by individuals or corporate bodies is to be performed within the objective of the national interest and by guaranteeing the protection of economically-weak groups.

  8. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Laos, Asia, South-Eastern Asia

    The present Decree regulates the collection of land titling fees from all land possessors and users. Said fees are distinguished as follows: (a) fees for land title issuing; (b) fees for documents registration; (c) fees for cadastral work. The Ministry of Finance shall determine the rates of land fees.

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