With the legislation subcategory, the Land Portal identifies any formal laws on a national level. A formal law is enacted by an official legislator and/or through an official procedure.
This Act provides a basis for the procedure of all expropriation of immovable property including "restricted real rights". Expropriation" is defined in section 2 as "the transfer of an immovable without the consent of the owner in the public interest for fair and immediate compensation".
This Act includes article 21-A to Act No. 8.171 concerning agricultural policy. New article defines the areas subjet to the desertification process within the national territory. Such areas may be exploited only by applying an adequate management plan and by using new technologies in order to stop the desertification process and to improve the deserted areas.
This Regional Law establishes that Civic Chamber shall be permanent body with a view of promoting civil society institutions, ensuring public control and cooperation of citizens with state bodies and local government. Its scope shall be protection of rights and duties of citizens, social associations and other non-government bodies (NGOs).
This Law is enacted to strengthen the development of the surveying and mapping undertaking.
This Law is enacted to strengthen the administration of the surveying and mapping undertaking, promote its development, ensure that it renders service to the development of national economy, building up of national defence, progress of the society as well as ecological protection, and safeguard the security of national geospatial information.The State exercises a graded administrative system ov
The Law determines principles for land use planning in Latvia. Its purpose is to promote the arrangement of land properties and a sustainable utilisation of the land resources, by determining types of land use planning work, implementation provisions, and the tasks and duties of persons involved in a land use planning.
This Law provides rules on the national real estate cadastre of Latvia. Its purpose is to ensure society with updated cadastre information regarding all real estate in the State territory, objects thereof, parts of land parcels and owners, lawful possessors, users, renters thereof.
The Law determines principles for land management in Latvia. Its purpose is to promote sustainable use and protection of land.
The Law provides rules on different types of protection zones, protected areas, and protection strips, which are specified in laws and other regulatory enactments.