Ministerial Decree No. 183 validating the Regulation on the State Agency for the Registration of Immovable Property. | Land Portal

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The State Agency for the Registration of Immovable Property shall be the authorized state institution carrying out coordination and control of the common state registration system of immovable property in the sphere of regulation of land relations. The main tasks of the State Agency shall be: (a) regulation of state relations, land cadastre, land use planning, geodesy and cartography; (b) coordination and control of the functioning of the state registration system of immovable property rights; (c) policy regulation in the sphere of land market; (d) keeping of land cadastre and land monitoring; (e) land reform; (f) land survey and mapping; and (g) improvement of agricultural land and soil fertility.

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Gnetii, Vsevolod (CONSLEGB)


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