A Law to regulate relations with regard to land possession and use by citizens, economic entities and organizations.The 60 articles of the Law are divided into 8 Chapters: General Provisions (1); Mongolian Land Unified Fund and its Basic Classification (2); Land for Special Needs (3); Power of State and Local Self-governing Organizations regarding Land Relations (4); Land Organization, Land Unified Fund Register and Report (5); Land Possession and Use (6); Efficient and Proper Land Use and Protection (7); Other Provisions (8)."All land within the state boundaries of Mongolia constitute the
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Library ResourceLegislaciónMongolia, Asia oriental, Asia
Library ResourceLegislaciónLituania, Europa, Europa septentrional
This Act lays down basic provisions on land tenure, both urban and rural. land can be owned only by Lithuanian citizens, or by the State (art. 3). Private ownership of land conveys certain standard rights and privileges, amounting to the free and unimpeded enjoyment and disposition of the owner's property (art. 7). Usufructury rights accrue to the leaseholders of private and State-owned land (art. 8).
Library ResourceLegislaciónEritrea, África, África oriental
This Proclamation introduces a general land reform in Eritrea by formulating new rules respecting land tenure and land use. The text of the Proclamation consists of a Preamble and 59 articles which are divided into 5 sections: Section One defines terms such as "usufruct", "system of land tenure" and "land administrative body".The main set of rules relative to landownership and land tenure can be found in section Two. This Section (arts.
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 ResourceLegislaciónNueva Zelandia, Oceanía
This Act, consisting of 13 Parts and eight Schedules, is a piece of basic legislation on land law covering all aspects of the registration and transfer of title to land.
Library ResourceRegulacionesReino Unido, Europa, Europa septentrional
This Order declares the local government district of North Down and the remaining part of the local government district of Ards to be compulsory registration areas under the Land Registration (Northern Ireland) Act 1970. The local government district of North Down and the whole of each of the wards listed in the Schedule will become compulsory registration areas upon the commencement of this Order on 1st May 2000. The type of property transaction which triggers a compulsory registration within those areas is defined by entry 2 of Schedule 2 to the aforesaid Act.
Library ResourceRegulacionesViet Nam, Asia, Asia sudoriental
A Decree to provide for ownership, allotment, use, registration of residential land and houses by citizens of Viet Nam and leasehold by foreigners, and in relation to this the assignment of title, the issue of certificates, settlement of disputes and other matters. The State recognises and protects the lawful title to residential houses and lawful right to the use of residential land. All residential houses and land must be registered. The lawful owners are issued the certificate of residential house title and residential land use right.
Library ResourceLegislaciónTailandia, Asia, Asia sudoriental
Act containing the Land Code and making transitional and other provisions in relation with the introduction of the Code.
Library ResourceLegislaciónAustralia, Oceanía
An Act on foreign ownership of land and on its registration, it consists of 45 sections and is divided into six Parts. Under section 11, the registrar has to maintain a register called Foreign Ownership of Land Register, the information contained in the register can be accessed by the public upon payment of prescribed fees (sect. 14). Part 3 is dedicated to notification of ownership and of related matters to the registrar. Part 4 is covers offences and penalties and Part 5 contains provisions on forfeiture and restraining orders.
Library ResourceLegislaciónViet Nam, Asia, Asia sudoriental
The Law includes 146 articles divided into seven Chapters: General Provisions (I).