Law No. VIII-1764 on register of immovable property. | Land Portal

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This Law regulates the modalities of keeping the register of immovable property, including the plots of land. Register of immovable property has as its purpose data collection with a view of granting access to information to the consumers. Immovable property shall be considered plot of land with the constructions located thereon and plots of land. Formation of the plots of land shall be completed after the registration thereof in the register of immovable property. The boundaries of the plots of land shall be established after cadastre measurement, mapping and placing of landmarks. Register of immovable property shall contain the following data on the plots of land: (a) purposeful use of land; (b) land area; (c) arable land; (d) state of land reclamation; (e) crop yield for agricultural land; (f) land, forest and water management practices and use restrictions; (g) average market value of the plot of land; (h) boundaries of the plot of land; and (i) location.

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Gnetii, Vsevolod (CONSLEGB)

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Government of the Republic of Lithuania (Lithuanian: Lietuvos Respublikos Vyriausybė) is the cabinet of Lithuania, exercising executive power in the country. Among other responsibilities, it executes laws and resolutions of the parliament, the Seimas, and the decrees of the President, manages state property and, together with the President, executes the foreign policy of the country. The Government also has the right of legislative initiative, puts together the state budget and presents it to the Seimas for approval.

 

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