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The constitution was drafted by a constitutional convention and approved in a referendum.
These Regulations, made by the Yap State Environmental Protection Agency under the Yap State Environmental Quality Protection Act, shall apply to all earthmoving activities as defined in these Regulations. They provides for measures to prevent erosion caused by earth moving and sedimentation.
This Act specifies rules relative to the writing, transfer, foreclosure, etc. of a deed of trust and defines legal consequences and proceedings in relation with the creation or foreclosure of a deed of trust. A transfer in trust of an estate in real property may occur to secure the performance of an obligation or the payment of a debt.
The purpose of this Act is to establish a loan security programme for starting or expanding feasible, small-scale businesses in the State in support of the State public sector reform program and so as to enhance development of the private sector small businesses. Transfer of title in real property may be requested to back up security for loans.
This Act concerns the definition of a coordinate system for purposes of land survey in the State of Yap. The Chapter also gives some indications for a valid survey but does not require a purchaser or mortgager to entirely rely on the defined system. The Chapter also prescribes penalties for the offence of interfering with survey marks.
The purpose of this Act is to provide for the establishment of a Yap State Board for purposes of registration of land surveyors so that land surveys and maps for public record purposes may be attested by the registered surveyor who performed or supervised the work. The Act defines the practice of land surveying and defines prohibited practices.
This Act makes provision with respect to the creation of mortgages and consequences of such mortgages.
This Chapter makes provision with respect to public land in the State of Yap. Its purpose is to designate the State Government to hold title to and manage and dispose of public lands within the State in trust for the people of the State. It also provides for conveyance of lands to the State Government.
This Chapter defines offences of a miscellaneous character including: unauthorized disposition of certain foods by a person who has any responsibility for disposition of any food commodity donated under any program of the United States government or the State or Federated States of Micronesia government, violation of business license provisions; violation of section 401 of Title 18 (Conservatio
This Chapter defines “offences against the Government” including: failure to respond to examination of a hovering vessel; removal or possession of Government property; tampering with boundary marks; violation of quarantine requirements regarding plants and animals; and violation of public health standards.