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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Bulgaria, Eastern Europe, Europe

    The Law consists of 33 articles and is divided into four Chapters: General provisions (1); The Citizens' land (2); Lands belonging to the State, municipalities, cooperative farms and other legal persons (3); and Land property authorities (4).The Law regulates the ownership and use of agricultural lands. With the exception of game reserves and other nature protected areas with national and international significance, ownership is returned to owners whose land was taken under the April 1946 Law of landownership.

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Bulgaria, Eastern Europe, Europe

    The Resolution consists of 66 articles and is divided into 5 Chapters: General stipulations (1); Citizens' land (2); Land belonging to the State, the Municipalities, the Cooperatives and Other juridical persons (3); Distribution of property of farming cooperatives and other organizations established on that basis (4); landownership Authorities (5); Financing (6).

    Implements: Ownership and use of farmland Act. (1999-07-30)

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Russia, Tajikistan, Asia, Central Asia

    The centrepiece of the Law on Land Reform is the creation of Special Land Funds administered by local authorities, for the assignment of user rights thereon, including, in particular, lease rights, to individuals and concerns. Private ownership of land is contemplated only as a result of the disbanding of collective enterprises (art. 14), but it is the stated policy of the Republic of Tajikistan not to restore ownership of land formerly held by "ancestors" and religious institutions (art. 2.2).

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Russia, Uzbekistan, Asia, Central Asia

    A Law to regulate private, state and collective property and protect property and rights inherent to property. The text of the Act consists of 40 articles divided into 7 sections: General provisions (I); Property of citizens (II); Collective (shirkat) property (III); State property (IV); Combined property (V); Property of joint ventures, foreign citizens, organizations and states (VI); Guarantees and the protection of the right of property (VII).Provisions of Section II make a distinction between private and personal property.

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Kazakhstan, Russia, Central Asia

    The Act makes provision for private, collective, and state property. The text consists of 25 articles divided into 5 Parts: General Regulations (I); Citizens' Property (II); Collective Property (III); The State Property (IV); Guarantees, Protection and Restrictions of the Proprietary Rights (V).The right of ownership, is recognized and protected by law (art. 1). Article 2 lists the objects of the right of ownership. Also persons not admitted to the citizenship of the Kazakh SSR may be subjects of the right of ownership (art. 3).

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Moldova, Eastern Europe, Europe

    This Code embraces an extremely comprehensive range of issues relating to land use and management.

  7. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Moldova, Eastern Europe, Europe

    This Law regulates the use, management and protection of natural resources in the interest of ecological safety and economic development. It is composed of ten chapters and four annexes. After defining and classifying natural resources (renewable, non-renewable, national, local, reserved and protected, curative, i.e. used for prevention and treatment of illnesses) (chaps. 1 and 2).

  8. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Moldova, Eastern Europe, Europe

    The aim of this Law is to define the basic concepts and procedures for the privatisation of property in Moldova. All branches of the country's economic, cultural and social sectors are open to privatisation, except national defence, cultural heritage, state monopolies and property which supplies part of the "state-guaranteed minimun free social services" (art. 2). Funds obtained from privatisation go to form the "Republic Privatization Fund" (art. 6). The Moldova State Department for Privatisation, a special agency accountable to the Parliament, is created (art. 7).

  9. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Moldova, Eastern Europe, Europe

    This Decree implements the Law on Privatization of 1992, further detailing certain competencies and duties of the Government in the privatization process and repealing obsolete land tenure laws.

    Implements: Law on Privatisation of 1991. (1991-07-04)

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