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Library Resource
Peer-reviewed publication
May, 2017

In the practice of regulation of land relations certain requirements to formation of land use restrictions and encumbrances of land rights are formed. Their systematization process will improve the regulation of the legal regime of land use as legal provisions form the essence of the land use restrictions and encumbrances of land rights and should be considered in their formation.

Library Resource
Peer-reviewed publication
May, 2017
Ukraine

Summary Fundamental changes of land relations that have been established for the period of land reform in the independent Ukraine and the new socio-economic and environmental problems identified new character and content of the land. During the land reform in Ukraine to land management encountered new challenges that focus on the implementation of land policy and land relations fundamental change. Accordingly, to land management faces new challenges.

Library Resource
Peer-reviewed publication
May, 2017
Ukraine

Adjusting of economic information and statistics to international standards leads to improvement of obtaining the data in the State Land Cadastre. In this regard, the state implemented new methodological approaches and registration forms of data acquisition.

Materials for our research are the new forms of records statements, approved by Order number 337 of December 30, 2015 of the Ministry of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine "On approval of new forms of administrative reports quantifying land" and instructions for filling them out.

Library Resource
Peer-reviewed publication
May, 2017
Ukraine

The presence of problems in the territorial management of land indicates that the system of state and municipal management does not meet the modern requirements of sustainable (balanced) development. The explanation is simple - if the planning of the development of territories of settlements takes place on the basis of approved urban planning documentation (master plans), then the territory of land tenure and land use outside their borders is notfully covered by development of land management documentation.

Library Resource
Peer-reviewed publication
May, 2017
Ukraine

One of the most important problems of the Ukrainian economy is the formation of a civilized land market. We have to admit that the process of formation of private ownership of land in Ukraine entered into a protracted and uncertain nature. Another introduction in Ukraine of the moratorium on sale of agricultural land due to the lack of resolution of many land issues and not sformovat market infrastructure. Because for the majority of producers of agricultural products the sale of lease rights is an innovation.

Library Resource
Peer-reviewed publication
May, 2017
Ukraine

Proved the concept and nature of the environmental safety of life of the urban population. A structural levels in the list of objects to enter the security levels of urban or rural communities of local communities, which changes the nature of the institutional environment environmental security.

Library Resource
Peer-reviewed publication
May, 2017
Ukraine

Land resources are among the priority in sustainable development of the State as a whole and its administrative divisions in particular.

Their substantial involvement and integration in most areas of operation, positioning as a factor of productive forces and significant for the sustenance of the population provide an opportunity to consider these unique resources and key to the country.

Library Resource
Peer-reviewed publication
May, 2017
Ukraine

During the implementation of land reform in independent Ukraine land system changed twice. Today, due to the decentralization of power is his search for a new model for the future, as outlined in this study. Also note that when we formulated the concept refers to the land system - land system, ie a set of measures for the territorial organization of land and other natural resources, land relations, defined system of ownership and use of land, as well as the principles of the territory.

Library Resource
Peer-reviewed publication
May, 2017
South Africa, Southern Africa

Background: In South Africa, the idea that the township economy needs to be ‘revitalised’ has begun to gain significant political traction. The Gauteng provincial government has responded to this challenge by setting out a strategy that promises to channel resources and create opportunities for micro-enterprises. The paper responds to development interventions such as this through interrogating the nature of the challenges facing micro-enterprises that need to be overcome in South African townships.

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