The present Law distinguishes between five types of property:(1) State property, which includes "material and technical basis of the society under state control" and assets used in operations carried out by the state. According to article 4, paragraph 2, the state may grant the right to use natural resources (land, water, forests) to other organizations, economic units and individuals.
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Library ResourceLegislaciónLaos, Asia, Asia sudoriental
Library ResourceLegislaciónNepal, Asia, Asia meridional
The Act consists of 11 Chapters divided into 64 articles: Preliminary (I); Abolition of Jimidari (II); Ceilings of Land (III); Acquisition of Land in Excess of Upper Ceiling (IV); Compensation (V); Sale and Disposal of Land (VI); Provisions Relating to Tenant (VII); Provisions on Rent (VIII); Provisions on Compulsory Saving and Debt (IX); Provisions Relating to Land-Use, Control of Land Fragmentation and Plotting (Chaklabandi) (IXA); Authorities and Procedures (X); Miscellaneous (XI).This Act abolishes the Jimidari system for the collection of land taxes.
Library ResourceLegislaciónBhután, Asia, Asia meridional
This Act provides for the registration of title to land, regulates the use of certain land and related matters and gives rules with respect to landownership and land use rights.The text of the Act is divided into 13 Chapters: Registration of land in Thram (I); Validity of Thram and entitlement to land (II); Right of possession (III); Cost of land and taxation (IV); Sale/purchase and exchange of land (V); Government land and the procedure for allotment of land (VI); Water channels, embankments and roads (VII); Regarding grazing land (VIII); Matters relating to Tsatong and its allotment (IX);
Library ResourceLegislaciónZimbabwe, África, África oriental
This Act concerns the lease of settled estates. "Settled estate" is defined in section 2 as "all immovable property and all estates or interests in any such immovable property, which are subject of any settlement". "Settlement" is defined as "any deed, agreement, will or other instrument under or by virtue of which any immovable property or any estate or any interest in any such immovable property stands limited to or in trust for any person or persons by way of succession or for a life or lives, or for a term of years determinable with the death of any person".
Library ResourceLegislaciónDominica, Caribe, Américas
This Act is divided into 13 Parts as follows: Indefeasible certificates of title (1); Bringing lands under Act (2); Titles to Land Assurance Fund (3); Transfer and transmission of land (4); Land tax, mortgages and incumbrances and the sale of incumbered land (Land tax, Mortgages, Incumbrances, Equitable mortgages, Transfer and discharge of mortgages and incumbrances, Sale of incumbered lands or estates, Crop advance warrants) (5); Judgments (6); Caveats (7); Registration and confirmation of qualified and possessory titles (8); Powers and duties of registrars of title and mode of reviewing t
Library ResourceLegislaciónFilipinas, Asia sudoriental, Asia
The Act makes provision for the promotion and recognition of the rights of Indigenous Cultural Communities/Indigenous Peoples (ICCs/IPs), with a view to preserve their culture, traditions and institutions and to ensure the equal protection and non-discrimination of members.
Library ResourceLegislaciónAlbania, Europa, Europa meridional
The State grants land to natural or legal persons who then enjoy the right of ownership and all other accompanying rights envisaged by this Law. The sale and purchase of land is prohibited. Agricultural land is given in ownership or for use to local legal or natural persons without remuneration. Article 4 concerns land tenure by foreigners. Article 5 provides for succession of land rights by members of agricultural cooperatives.
Library ResourceLegislaciónTanzania, África, África oriental
An Act to provide for the administration of land and land tenure in Tanzania.The 187 sections of this Act are divided into 14 Parts: Preliminary provisions (I); Fundamental principles of land policy (II); Classification and tenure of land (III); Administration (IV); Rights and incidents of land occupation (V); Granted rights of occupancy VI); Conversion of interests in land (VII); Disposition affecting land (VIII); Leases (IX); Mortgages (X); Easements and analogous rights (XII); Co-occupancy and partition (XIII); Dispute settlement (XIV).Section 23 sets out the fundamental principles of Na
Library ResourceLegislaciónNiue, Oceanía
An Act relating to the administration of estates of deceased persons. "Administration" means probate of the will of a deceased person, and includes letters of administration of the estate of a deceased person, granted with or without a will annexed, for general, special, or limited purposes, and in the case of a trustee corporation includes an order to administer and an election to administer. The Act regulates granting of administration and contains rules regarding administration of estates.
Library ResourceLegislaciónSamoa, Nueva Zelandia, Oceanía
This Act concerns the government of Samoa. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any Act, or in any rule of law, or in any lease, it shall not be lawful for any person to distrain for rent. The only other provision of this Act concerns legal capacity and status of married women.
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