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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Jamaica, Americas, Caribbean

    The Act prescribes that rights over land and water which have been actually enjoyed for a period for not less than 20 years without interruption and which can be lawfully claimed under common law, will be, subject to conditions as established by this Act, be deemed to be "absolute and indefeasible".

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Australia, Oceania

    The Regulations contain detailed provisions on the survey register, survey procedures, marks (including sketches), classification and standards of surveys.

    Implements: Survey Co-ordination Act 1949. (2000-03-31)

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    This Act consist of 7 Parts divided into 41 sections: Preliminary (1), Administration (2), Approved Property Plans (3), Project Areas (4), Objections and Appeals (5), Financial Assistance (6), General Provisions (7). The Act vests powers in the chief executive of Primary Industries relating to soil conservation to facilitate the implementation of soil conservation by land holders. The main instruments are property plans, run-off coordination notices, project plans for project areas and soil conservation orders.

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Uruguay, Americas, South America

    La Ley consta de 2 títulos y 30 artículos. INDICE: Título I: Principios Generales (1), Competencia (2), Conservación y recuperación de suelos (3), Sanciones (4), Crédito (5), Disposiciones generales (6); Título II: Alumbramiento de aguas subterráneas (1).El artículo 1º declara de interés nacional promover, proteger y regular el buen uso y la conservación de los suelos y de las aguas, tanto superficiales como subterráneas. El Ministerio de Ganadería y Agricultura coordinará y dirigirá todas las actividades tendientes a lograr un manejo adecuado del suelo y del agua (art. 3º).

  5. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Zimbabwe, Africa, Eastern Africa

    No person may discharge any effluent liquid onto land or use any effluent liquid for the irrigation of any land, without appoval by the appropriate health authority (sect. 3). No person may use any effluent liquid from any sewage-treatment installation or oxidation ponds for the irrigation of any land where crops for consumption are present (sect. 6). No person may use such liquid for the irrigation of any land within 200 metres of an occupied dwelling or 50 meters from any road using sprinklers, unless such liquids comply with standards as set out in the Schedule (sect. 7).

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Belize, Americas, Central America

    The Ordinance consists of 19 articles that are divided into three Parts: Preliminary (I); Subdivision (II) and Utilization (III). No person may subdivide any land to which this Act applies except in accordance with the provisions contained in the Act. Part III empowers the Minister to make regulations for the better utilization of land regarding, inter alia, the prohibition of land clearing within demarcated catchment areas, measures to prevent soil erosion, restrictions on construction and the demarcation of special development areas.

  7. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Botswana, Southern Africa, Africa

    The Order, which contains 4 articles and a Schedule, declares the areas specified in the Schedule as planning areas for the purposes of the principal Act. The Order also prescribes some procedural requirements for the application for a development permission.

    Implements: Town and Country Planning Act (Chapter 32:09). (2008-12-31)

  8. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Botswana, Southern Africa, Africa

    The Order (22 articles, 2 Schedules) regulates the application and granting of planning permissions. Planning permission means the permission required under Part IV of the principal Act for any development of land carried out in a planning area. The two Schedules contain the classification of developments (first) and fees (second).

    Implements: Town and Country Planning Act (Chapter 32:09). (2008-12-31)
    Repealed by: Town and Country Planning (General Development) Order, 2014 (S.I. No. 51 of 2014). (2014-04-22)

  9. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Botswana, Southern Africa, Africa

    The Order contains 2 articles and one Schedule. It transfers the functions of the Board under Part IV of the principal Act to grant permission for development to the authorities specified in the Schedule.

  10. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Azerbaijan, 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

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