All area described in the Schedule hereto is declared a designated area for the purposes of the Aliens Land Holding Act (reg. 2). No alien shall acquire land within the area designated hereunder and no legal or equitable title in such land shall vest in an alien unless such alien shall have first applied for and been granted a licence by the Minister to acquire and to hold an estate in such land (reg. 3). The Minister may grant licences upon such terms and conditions specified in the licence as he may deem fit (reg. 4). (5 regulations and a Schedule)
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Library ResourceRegulationsBelize, Americas, Central America
Library ResourceLegislationRussia, 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.
Library ResourceLegislationCameroon, Africa, Middle Africa
Cette ordonnance porte régime foncier. Elle comprend 22 articles répartis en 4 titres. Le titre I - Dispositions générales - définit l'Etat comme gardien de toutes les terres et comme garant des droits dérivant de la propriété. Les interventions de l'Etat pour assurer un usage rationnel des terres ou pour tenir compte des impératifs de la défence ou des options économiques seront fixés par décret. Le titre II porte régime de la propriété privée.
Library ResourceLegislationLithuania, Europe, Northern Europe
This Act lays down basic provisions on land tenure, both urban and rural. land can be owned only by Lithuanian citizens, or by the State (art. 3). Private ownership of land conveys certain standard rights and privileges, amounting to the free and unimpeded enjoyment and disposition of the owner's property (art. 7). Usufructury rights accrue to the leaseholders of private and State-owned land (art. 8).
Library ResourceLegislationMongolia, Eastern Asia, Asia
A Law to regulate relations with regard to land possession and use by citizens, economic entities and organizations.The 60 articles of the Law are divided into 8 Chapters: General Provisions (1); Mongolian Land Unified Fund and its Basic Classification (2); Land for Special Needs (3); Power of State and Local Self-governing Organizations regarding Land Relations (4); Land Organization, Land Unified Fund Register and Report (5); Land Possession and Use (6); Efficient and Proper Land Use and Protection (7); Other Provisions (8)."All land within the state boundaries of Mongolia constitute the
Library ResourceLegislationBulgaria, 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.
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
This Act provides generally the forms of ownership and types of property in the USSR. Union and autonomous Republics are to promulgate more detailed legislation within this framework, especially regarding the possession, use and disposition of land and other natural resources on their territories. The Act defines property which may be in ownership, including land, its minerals, water, flora and fauna. The Act permits joint ventures and foreign ownership. The Act identifies the ownership rights of collective associations, and individual citizens within those collectives.
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