Ministerial Decree No. 177 validating the Regulation on allotment of land for housing. | Land Portal

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This Ministerial Decree establishes the modalities of allotment, in case of availability, of land for housing free of charge. Allotment of land for housing shall be carried out in accordance with general land-use planning schemes. Objects of allotment shall be plots of land located in inhabited areas that can be conceded in ownership. Dimensions of the plots of land for housing shall be determined by the local self-government. The right of allotment of a plot of land for individual housing shall be granted to: (a) those residing for at least three years in Bishkek and Osh, and for at least 1 year in other territories; (b) landless persons on all the national territory; (c) persons that do not own residential properties; and (d) persons that have not worsened their living condition by selling, exchanging or donating their residential properties in the past 5 years.

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