This Decree invalidates articles 2-23, 30-32, Part 2 of article 34, Parts 3 and 4 of article 37, articles 39 and 40, Part 2 of article 41, articles 42 and 44, Part 2 of article 47, article 48, point 8 of the first part of article 52, articles 63, 65, 67, 69 and 82, Part 3 of article 83, Part 3 of article 88, articles 97-99, 115-124 of the Land Code of the RSFSR; Law of the RSFSR "On Land Reform" of 1990; articles 5-7, point (b) of the second part of point 1 of article 10 and article 26 of the Law of the RSFSR "On farming" of 1990.This Decree establishes that the authority of the Councils of People's Deputies, in accordance with articles 14, 28, 29, 33-35, 55, 58, 64, 66, 68, 74, 80 and 94 of the "Land Code" of the RSFSR, is exercised by the local administration. This Decree cancelles the abbreviation "USSR" from the text of the "Land Code" of the RSFSR. This Decree repeals points 4 and 7 of the Presidential Decree No. 1767 of 1993 regulating land issues and the development of agrarian reform, and the Governmental Decree No. 1272 of 1993 validating the Statute on Land Auctions and Tenders. The Council of Ministers is entitled to establish authorized state bodies for dealing with the plots of land on behalf of the state.
Amends: Land Code, Law No. 1103-1 of 1991. (1991-04-25)
Repeals: Law No. 374 - 1 of 1990 "On land reform". (1990-11-23)
Repeals: Ministerial Decree No. 1272 of 1993 regarding validation of the Regulation on the modalities of carrying out land tenders, land auctions and other land transactions. (1993-12-10)
Repeals: Law of the RSFSR No. 348-1 on peasant farm. (1990-11-22)
Repeals: Presidential Decree No. 1767 of 1993 regarding the regulation of land relationship and the promotion of land reform in Russia. (1993-10-27)
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