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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    July, 1960
    Israel

    This Law is composed of 3 articles which state the following: The ownership of Israel lands, being the lands in Israel of the State, the Development Authority or the Keren Kayemet Le-Israel, shall not be transferred either by sale or in any other manner (1); section 1 shall not apply to classes of lands and classes of transactions determined for that purpose by Law (2); In this Law, "lands" means land, houses, buildings and anything permanently fixed to land (3).

  2. Library Resource
    Legislation
    January, 1961
    Argentina

    La presente Ley establece el régimen legal aplicable en lo atinente a la conservación de suelos y aprovechamiento de los recursos naturales. Se entiende por conservación de suelos el mantenimiento y mejoramiento de su capacidad productiva. El artículo 2º faculta al Consejo Agrario Provincial a adoptar una serie de medidas que tiendan a asegurar la conservación de los suelos y a mantener su capacidad productiva.

  3. Library Resource

    Registration of Titles (Forms) Rules (Cap. 281).

    Regulations
    January, 1960
    Africa, Eastern Africa, Kenya

    These Rules prescribe forms for purposes of the Registration of Titles Act. The fees payable in all matters connected with the forms mentioned in rules 2 and 3 wherever applicable of the principal Rules shall be those prescribed by the Minister in the Gazette.

    Implements: Registration of Titles Act (Cap. 281). (2006)

    Amended by: Registration of Titles (Forms) (Amendment) Rules. (2005-09-02)

    Amended by: Registration of Titles (Forms) (Amendment) Rules, 2011 (L.N. No. 124 of 2011). (2011-08-10)

  4. Library Resource

    A Law to prescribe the procedure for the acquisition of land by compulsory purchase on behalf of the public of Jersey.

    Legislation
    January, 1961
    Europe, Northern Europe, Jersey

    This Law provides rules applicable to the acquisition of land by the States through compulsory purchase on behalf of the public as authorized by Special Law, i.e. a Law confirmed by Order of Her Majesty in Council. The power under Special Law may include the right to acquire or extinguish a servitude or other right over land. Land may only be acquired on the basis of a plan approved by the States. There shall be a Board of Arbitrators for purposes of this Law, which shall determine questions as to compensation for land compulsorily acquired.

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation & Policies
    August, 1960
    Ethiopia

    This is the Table of Contents for the Civil Code of Ethiopia. The Civil Code has five books total and all five books are included here.

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation & Policies
    August, 1960
    Ethiopia

    This is Book 1 out of five books of the Civil Code of Ethiopia.

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