This Act provides for a comprehensive reform and modernization of land law and conveyancing law. It, among other things, provides for a simplification of the conveyancing process, especially the procedures involved and the taking of security over land; facilitates extension of the registration of title system with a view to promoting its use; and facilitates the introduction of an electronic conveyancing system.
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Library ResourceLegislaciónIrlanda, Europa, Europa septentrional
Library ResourceLegislaciónLaos, Asia, Asia sudoriental
An Act to make provision for ownership of land and related matters such as land registration, and the management and use of various types of land, including forestry and agricultural land.The text consists of 86 articles divided into 8 Chapters: General provisions (I); Land management and land registration (II); Rights and obligations of the land user (III); Control of land use (IV); Settlement of land problems, policy towards the persons having good performance and measures against violators (V); Final provisions (VI).Land is in ownership of the "national community" (art. 3).
An Act to provide for the registration of title to land, for dealings with land and for related purposes.LegislaciónIsla Norfolk, Oceanía
This Act makes provision for the registration of title in land and defines effects of registration of title. The Act also provides other rules relative to dealings in land. Land in respect of which title has been registered under this Act may not be transferred, mortgaged, leased or otherwise dealt with, and an instrument that purports to deal with such land shall not be registered, except in accordance with this Act. Rights in land shall be registered with the Registrar of Titles of Norfolk Island.
Library ResourceLegislaciónBhután, Asia, Asia meridional
This Act provides for the establishment of Municipal corporations as legal entities with powers to forge partnerships between the Municipal Corporation, residents, businesses and industries for the effective development and governance of Bhutan's urban communities. The Act consists of 9 Parts divided into 126 sections, and of 1 Schedule.In particular, Part III deals with specific functions of the Municipal Corporation including land budgeting, drinking water supply, drainage and sewerage, land development schemes, cadastral surveys, land subdivision, etc. (sect. 49).
Library ResourceLegislaciónRusia, Kirguistán, Asia, Asia central
Land legislation shall be based on the principles set out in article 3. In accordance with the Constitution of the Kyrgyz Republic, land may be the state, communal, private or other forms of ownership (art. 4). Article 4 also defines state lands and communal ownership. Article 5 concerns rights of foreigners to use land. Transactions with rights to a land plot shall be subject to state registration and shall not require notarization, except for the cases provided by law (art. 9). Article 10 defines the Land Fund of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Library ResourceLegislaciónEtiopía, África, África oriental
This Proclamation establishes the Oromia Bureau of Land and Environmental Protection and defines its objectives, functions and powers.
Library ResourceLegislaciónViet Nam, Asia, Asia sudoriental
The Law includes 146 articles divided into seven Chapters: General Provisions (I).
Library ResourceLegislaciónAntigua y Barbuda, Caribe, Américas
This Act provides for the control on the development of land and for this purpose establishes the Development Control Authority. "It shall be the duty of the Authority to institute a survey of the State, examining the matters which may be expected to affect the development of the State or the planning of its development and in any event to keep all such matters under review" (sect. 6(1)). For the purposes of subsection (1), the Authority shall prepare a survey of matters mentioned in subsection (1) and a Development Plan as described in subsection (3) of section 6.
Library ResourceLegislaciónLituania, Europa, Europa septentrional
This Law shall regulate protection and state management of protection of immovable cultural properties, located within the territory and territorial waters of the Republic of Lithuania, and according to right of ownership, belonging to the state, local governments, religious organizations and other legal and natural persons. Immovable cultural property means structures of cultural and public significance, their parts and groups, complexes, clusters and sites, which shall be registered according to the procedure prescribed by this Law.
Library ResourceLegislaciónMongolia, Asia oriental, Asia
The purpose of this Law is to regulate relations arising from the matters of powers of the legislative and executive organs concerning ownership rights on state and local property, level of authority of a legal person with state property and its administration, principle and regulations of activity of an organ implementing policy on state property.
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