A Decree to provide for fees for the use of State land by private parties and land registration. A user of land that is entrusted the state to him for purpose of agricultural and forestry production, breeding of sea products, and producing salt, shall pay land using fees when using the land for other than allowed purposes.
This Regulation is based on article 21 of Act No.
The Regulation provides for the Location Licence issued to Companies assessing their right of using land as part of their activities.
The Regulation provides for the recognition of traditional land rights acquired by a community of people who derives their living by cultivating or otherwise disposing of that very land and they shall be entitled to those rights as per the application of local traditional law.
The Rule provides for the issuance of a reclamation fee which must be paid by the owner of land irrigated by a system of intertwined canals.
Implements: Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority Act, 1958 (No. XXXI of 1958). (1994)
These Regulations are formulated in order to improve the management of land in the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, to exploit its resources and to implement rational utilisation of the land. The Special Zone shall practice a system of "compensatory usage" and "compensatory assignment" of State owned land.
The present Rules consist of 46 articles divided into the following Chapters: Preliminary (I); Tenancy Rights, Records of Tenancy Rights, and Ceilings on Tenancy Holdings (II); Ceilings on Land Holdings, Compensation and Sale and Reallotment (III); Compulsory Savings and Credit Arrangements (IV); Miscellaneous (V).
The Decree concerns compensation for the privitization or cutting down of vineyards and orchards. (3 articles)
The present Regulation is made under section 15 of the Act on Land Code Declaration. In particular, the Regulation lays down provisions relating to procedures of acquisition of land in Thailand on behalf of aliens. Clause 2 establishes that such a land must be located in a certain area round Bangkog as specified in this clause. The text consists of 9 clauses.
This Regulation aims at strengthening the administration on urban and rural planning, arranging the urban and rural spatial distribution in an overall manner, improving the living environment, and promoting an overall, coordinated and sustainable development of urban and rural economy and society.The Regulations provides for the procedures of, and requirements for formulation, approval, amendme