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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Denmark, Europe, Northern Europe

    This Act establishes rules concerning the production, storage, purchase, sale or other transfer, distribution, promotion, import and export of all products intended for fertilizers. These products must comply with quality standards and not have detrimental effects on human, animal or plant health or the environment and shall not constitute a risk to public safety.This Act consists of 4 Chapters: Defining rules for fertilizer and soil conditioners, etc. (1); Administrative provisions (2); Penal Provisions (3); Entry into force (4).

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    Legislation
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Act defines how resource development shall be managed in Nunavut. In particular, the Act: 1) establishes in legislation the continuation of the Nunavut Planning Commission (NPC) and Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) and clearly defines their powers, duties and functions, including how their commissioners/board members are appointed. It also clearly defines the roles and authorities of Inuit, and the federal and territorial government; 2) creates a "single window" approach to the review process.

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    Legislation
    Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa

    This Act makes provision for the compulsory acquisition of private land by the state. Part II sets out the procedures for compulsory acquisition of land: Whenever the Minister is satisfied that the need is likely to arise for the acquisition of some particular land under section 6, the Commissioner may cause notice thereof to be published in the Gazette, and shall deliver a copy of the notice to every person who appears to him to be interested in the land (sect. 5).

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    Legislation
    Republic of Korea, Eastern Asia, Asia

    The purpose of this Act is to prescribe basic matters regarding the designation and management of zones, districts, etc. in relation to the use of land to ensure transparency in the regulation of land use, thereby to reduce the inconvenience of citizens in land use and to contribute to the development of the national economy. In particular, article 15 establishes the Deliberative Committee on the Regulation of Land Use.

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    Legislation
    Tanzania, Africa, Eastern Africa

    This Act establishes the Tanzania Fertilizer Regulatory Authority as a body corporate and provides rules relative to the manufacturing, importation and use of and trade in fertilizers, or fertilizer supplements, e.g. growth stimulators and regulators and similar products.

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    Legislation
    Indonesia, Asia, South-Eastern Asia

    This Law, consisting of 118 articles divided into XIX Chapters, regulates the Plantation sector. The implementation of the Law on Plantation aims to: a. improve the welfare and prosperity of the people; b. increasing source of foreign exchange; c. provide employment and business opportunities; d. increase production, productivity, quality, value added, competitiveness, and market share; e. improve and meet the needs of consumer and industrial raw materials in the country; f. provide protection to the plantation business communities and society; g.

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    Legislation
    Eastern Europe, Europe, Northern Europe

    The aim of this Directive is the integrated prevention and control of pollution arising from the activities listed out in Annex I, such as energy industries, production of basic organic chemicals, waste management, production of pulp from timber, slaughtering and production of food products from animal or vegetable raw materials. This Directive lays down measures designed to prevent or reduce, as the case may be, emissions in the air, water and land from the activities aforementioned, in order to achieve a high level of the environment taken as a whole.

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    Legislation
    Luxembourg, Europe, Western Europe

    L'aménagement du territoire poursuit le développement du territoire national en respectant les particularités et les ressources propres des diverses régions qui le composent. Il a pour objectif d'assurer aux habitants du pays des conditions de vie optimales par une mise en valeur harmonieuse et un développement durable de ses régions en valorisant leurs resssources respectives et en maintenant un équilibre structurel et économique entre elles.

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    Legislation
    Algeria, Africa, Northern Africa

    Le présente loi modifie 36 articles de la loi n° 90-30, dont 13 articles relatifs au statut légal des terres agricoles sans titres, en proposant notamment l'institution de droits matériels sur les infrastructures et les constructions à caractère foncier réalisés sur des biens domaniaux.

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    Legislation
    Bolivia, Americas, South America

    La presente Ley tiene por objeto el marco normativo relativo a la propiedad y la concesión de los hidrocarburos, los cuales pertenecen al dominio directo, inalienable e imprescriptible del Estado (art. 1º). Dentro de los 50 km de las fronteras nacionales, ningún extranjero podrá adquirir ni poseer propiedades inmuebles por ningún título, con la excepción del caso de necesidad nacional declarada mediante ley expresa.

    Revocado por: Ley Nº 3.058 - Ley de hidrocarburos. (2005-05-05)

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