These Measures, consisting of 24 articles, provide for the rules and requirements for rural residential land appilation, examinationa and approval. The term "rural residential land" as mentioned in these Measures refers to the land used by rural villagers for building houses and kitchens, toilets, backyards, etc.
This Order relates to the Protected Areas and Protected Places Act (Chapter 256) and repeals the Protected Areas (No. 13) Order 2002 and the Protected Areas (No. 10) Order 2003; furthermore it provides for the application of the status of protected areas to those listed in the Schedule.
This Order establishes the declaration of protected place. It specifies the place in the first column of the Schedule, more particularly described in the plan specified in the second column deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, is hereby declared to be a protected place for the purposes of the Act.
This Joint Regulation establishes the modalities for assigning values to long-term land leases held by farmers to ensure credit recovery by commercial banks. The Regulation applies only to land transferred to commercial banks as security for loans granted to farmers. Valuation of such leases shall be calculated as the average net profit for a land unit for the previous three years.
This Decree confers the right on the Royal Governmental Delegate to the Phnom Penh Municipality to sign on landownership, land transfer, and building construction in Phnom Penh. In the event of his absence, this Government officer shall delegate the authority to sign to any Deputy Delegate. (4 articles)
The present Regulation provides guidelines to the Ministry of Environment and Forestry on planning afforestation activities: (i) Preparation of afforestation projects; (ii) Selection of areas for afforestation; (iii) Organizing forest - social community relations; and (iv) Preparation of annual programs and location distribution tables.
The present Regulation establishes the modalities of carrying out state control over use and protection of land elaborated in accordance with Land Code and that is compulsory for the observance by all legal persons irrespectively of their subordination and form of property, and also by all natural persons and officials on the territory of the Republic of Tajikistan.
The present Regulation is made in conformity with articles 127 to 131 of the Land Code and makes provision for the compensation of economic loss resulting from (temporary) withdrawal of lands from cultivation or production of timber or other restrictions on land use rights, or damage to the quality of land caused by the State for the public interest or by private entities.
The Regulation consists of 30 articles. It defines land supervision in article 2, include the enforcement of land administration law and regulations taken by the land administrative department of county level or above. The empowerment of the land administrative department at different level is regulated in article eight, articles 16 and 17.
Item 1.3 shall acquire a new wording: “State control over use and protection of land shall be carried out by the Committee on Land Resources and Land Survey, its territorial bodies and by the Ministry of Environmental Protection. The aforesaid bodies shall carry out their functions through mutual cooperation.” Item 3.1 shall be supplemented with the following paragraphs: “4.