Ministerial Decree No. 427 validating the Regulation on purchase and sale of agricultural land. | Land Portal

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This Ministerial Decree regulates purchase and sale of agricultural land pertaining to public and private ownership. Purchase and sale of the plots of land shall be carried by owners otherwise it can be carried out by third party in accordance with notarized letter of authority. Sale of agricultural land polluted with chemicals and radioactive substances exceeding maximum allowed limits shall be prohibited. Purposeful use of agricultural land after transaction shall be preserved along with existing servitude. Plots of agricultural land under shared ownership can be sold by agreement between all the shareholders. Share of indivisible land cannot be object of purchase and sale. In case of exposure of land transaction through front party sold plot of land shall be confiscated and transferred to public property by court decision. Land purchase and sale contract shall be subject to state registration.

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Gnetii, Vsevolod (CONSLEGB)


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