These Regulations amend the Countryside Stewardship Regulations 2000 which make provision for payments to be made to any person who enters an agreement with the Secretary of State requiring him to carry out an activity which is conducive to a specified purpose on land in which he has an interest.
These Regulations, make provision supplementing Council Regulation (EC) No. 2078/92, as amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No. 2772/95 which was in turn amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No. 1962/96 on agricultural methods compatible with the requirements of the protection of the environment and the maintenance of the countryside.
These Regulations, which are made pursuant to section 98 of the Environment Act 1995, provide for payments to be made to any person who enters an agreement with the Minister requiring him to carry out an activity which is conducive to a specified purpose on land in which he has an interest.
This Act provides for the election, functioning, control of, tasks and powers, etc. of county governments as provided for under Article 176 of the Constitution.
This Act indicates courts having jurisdiction subject to section 167 of the Land Act and section 62 of the Village Land Act, 1999. Thos sections prescribe that every dispute or complaint concerning land shall be instituted in the court having jurisdiction to determine land disputes in a given area.
This Act concerns the judicature in Malawi, constitutes the High Court, provides for the establishment of subordinate courts and provides with respect to jurisdiction and proceedings of the High Court and subordinate courts. Certain provisions concern jurisdiction or procedures regarding land matters including charging or mortgaging of land and land registration.
Urbanization is a territorial and socioeconomic process that induces a radical transformation of land/use cover. It produces great changes in the environment and therefore, is the principal cause of environmental problems and risks.
The present Act is made under the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement. In particular, the Act deals with Category IA and Category IA-N native lands and their local administration. Category IA lands are those that were transferred from the Province of Quebec to the Government of Canada for the exclusive use and profit of the Cree bands in the James Bay region.
The present Regulations are made under the Cree-Naskapi (of Quebec) Act. In particular, the Regulations provide for the establishment of a land registry system, under the control and supervision of the Minister for the registration of rights and interests in Category IA and IA-N l and in buildings situated thereon.
El presente trabajo se enfoca en analizar la aplicación de criterios e Indicadores para el manejo forestal de plantaciones de rápido crecimiento en Colombia, con miras a reducir las posibles afectaciones ambientales de las plantaciones forestales en el país.
Les entreprises forestières communautaires peuvent être transformées en entreprises sociales autonomes et indépendantes, devenant ainsi un outil clé pour préserver les forêts et lutter contre la déforestation.