This Farmland Law, consisting of XIII Chapters, establishes the requirements for benefitting from the Right for Farming as follows: A person who has the permission of right to use farmland shall have to apply for getting the Land Use Certificate to the Township Land Records Department Office passing it through the relevant Ward or Village Tract Farmland Management Body. With respect to Section 4 of this law, the Office of Township Land Records Department shall scrutinize and submit the cases of right to use farmland to the relevant Township Farmland Management Body. The Township Farmland Management Body shall issue the Land Use Certificate to the following person or organization with respect to existing farmland on the day of enforcement date of this law, by the approval of District Farmland Management Body, after paid the prescribed registration fees and registered at the Township Land Records Department's Office. The following rights shall be enjoyed in connection with the right for farming: right to have such land in hand, right for farming and gain benefit of such farm; right to sell, pawn, lease, exchange, or donate, in whole or in part of the right for farming in accord with prescribed disciplines; disputes arising out of inheritance of farmland shall be decided upon by the law respective court in accord with existing law; the duration of the right for farming shall continue so long as the stipulated conditions are not breached; land development operation are to be carried out by doing joint-venture with the investment of rural cooperative association or private investors; in accordance with Foreign Investment Law, foreigner or organization containing foreigner are to be carried out by doing joint-venture; The provisions under the section 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 of this law shall not apply to the allocation of alluvial land.
Implemented by: Farm Land Rules (Notification No. 62/2012). (2012-08-31)
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