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  1. Library Resource

    An Act to clarify the easement rights and obligations of subdivision property owners and the public by adding a new §62112 and amending §62207 of Chapter 62 of Title 21, Guam Code Annotated.

    Guam, Oceanía

    This Act adds a new section to the subdivision legislation of Guam so as to clarify the rights and obligations relative to public access and utility easements and thereby resolve a possible source of conflict among neighbours. The Act provides for clearer description and accurate registration of rights relative to an easement, access, roadway or right of way.

  2. Library Resource

    An Act to amend §75107(a), §75108(c), and §75108(d) of Chapter 75 of Title 21 of the Guam Code Annotated, relative to adding aquaculture to the acceptable uses of Chamorro homelands.

    Guam, Oceanía

    This Act inserts aquaculture as a “best use” purpose for which Chamorro Homelands are to be leased and prescribes certain requirements regarding the activity of aqualculture on Camorro land. The Chamorro Land Trust Commission is authorized to lease to native Chamorros the right to the use and occupancy of Chamorro homelands within specified acreage limits for each lessee. The lessee of aquaculture lands shall install and maintain a specified type of pool, pound or tank approved by the appropriate agencies.

  3. Library Resource

    An Act to amend §24306 of Title 11, Guam Code Annotated, relative to the valuation of real property in Guam and to add a new §24102(l) to Title 11, Guam Code Annotated, relative to certification of the aggregate tax valuation of the property in Guam.

    Guam, Oceanía

    This Act prescribes that, in the event that certification of the aggregate tax valuation of the property in Guam, as set forth in §11 of the Organic Act of Guam (48 U.S.C. §1423a)is required, then the aggregate tax valuation of the property in Guam shall be certified as being one hundred percent of the appraised value of the property on Guam based on the last completed valuation conducted pursuant to section §24306, Title 11 of the Guam Code, as supplemented by the annual adjustments.

  4. Library Resource
    Septiembre, 2010

    This Act amends certain provision of the Constitution of Tonga. In particular, it updates the supreme law of Tonga as regards the rule of law and the judicial power. It is worth noticing the insertion of New Clause 83A “Rule of law and Judicial Independence”, which stipulates that the existing underlying constitutional principles of the Rule of Law and Judicial Independence shall always be maintained.

  5. Library Resource
    Enero, 1997

    This Act amends Clauses 77 (concerning elections) and 113 (regarding right to allotments) of the Constitution of Tonga.

    Amends: Act of Constitution of Tonga. (1875-11-01)

  6. Library Resource

    An Act to add a new section 75108.50 to Chapter 75, Division 2 of Title 21 of the Guam Code Annotated, to allow cottage industry activities on residential leased land by Chamorro land trust residential leaseholders.

    Guam, Oceanía

    This Act provides specific authorization for cottage industry activities on Chamorro Land Trust residential lots to be conducted by Chamorro Land Trust residential leaseholders. Authorized cottage industry activities include farm production and light agriculture activities, baking and manufacturing of foodstuffs and growing and selling of plants and flowers. The Chamorro Land Trust Commission shall promulgate Rules and Regulations governing cottage industry activities.

  7. Library Resource
    Islas Marianas del Norte, Oceanía

    This Act stipulates that the Department of Public Lands shall not assess rental fees in respect to small parcels of public land, not in excess of 300 square meters, adjacent to land used for residential purposes where the residential land owner maintains the public land by removing undesirable vegetation and habitat for pests.

  8. Library Resource
    Artículos de revistas y libros
    Diciembre, 2003
    Sudáfrica, Australia, Japón, Nueva Zelandia

    Il y a neuf mois à peine, la FAO, le GIEC, l’IUFRO et le CIFOR ont convenu de la première Rencontre d’experts sur l’harmonisation des définitions sur les forêts à l’usage des différentes parties prenantes. Pour commencer, son objectif était d’harmoniser les définitions sur les forêts en ne prenant pas seulement en considération les questions de changement climatique et d’évaluation des ressources forestières, mais aussi celles de conservation de la biodiversité et d’aménagement des forêts.

  9. Library Resource

    A Policy and Practice Note for Climate- and Disaster-Resilient Development in the Pacific Islands Region, with Supporting Research, Analysis, and Case Studies

    Recursos y herramientas de capacitación
    Documentos de política y resúmenes
    Diciembre, 2012
    Asia oriental, Oceanía

    Pacific island countries continue to be among the most vulnerable in the world: they combine high exposure to frequent and damaging natural hazards with low capacity to manage the resulting risks. Their vulnerability is exacerbated by poorly planned socioeconomic development, which has increased exposure and disaster losses, and by climate change, which has increased the magnitude of cyclones, droughts, and flooding. Currently, inefficient management of risks negates development gains and incurs large costs for national and local governments.

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