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Israel's basic laws were enacted by the Knesset.
This Regional Law regulates the issues of land-use planning of municipal units, the modalities of elaboration and composition of the required documentation. Municipal land-use planning scheme shall include: (a) general map; (b) maps (schemes) of functional areas; (c) mapping of the boundaries of territory and landmarks; (d) scheme of restricted use land areas; and (e) scheme of infrastructure.
This Regional Law regulates relations in the sphere of conservation, management and protection of the objects of cultural heritage. Regional Government shall have the following competence in the sphere of cultural heritage: (a) registration of the objects of cultural heritage; (b) establishes the modalities and the rates of payment for valuation of land plots pertaining to the objects of cultural heritage; and (c) appoint authorized state institution competent in the sphere of cultural heritage.
This Regional Law establishes that minimum land area of newly consolidated agricultural land, including reclaimed land, allotted on condition of ownership or lease shall be 5 ha. Maximum land area of agricultural land that can be allotted or purchased by a single citizen and (or) a single legal person shall be determined in accordance with the type of agricultural activity and specified in the Annex to this Regional Law.