The Land Cadastre Act provides the bases for maintenance of the land cadastre (hereinafter cadastre), the objective of maintenance of the cadastre, the procedure for registration of cadastral units, the composition of cadastral data and the procedure for the processing thereof, and the procedure for the financing of the cadastre.
This Annex to Regulation No. 45 of 1994 specifies maximum concentrations of allowed pollution. If such values are exceeded a pollution charge must be paid according to the volume of pollutants (crowns/tonnes). Substances include phosphorus, nitrogen, suspended solids, oil products, sulphates and phenols.
This Act provides the procedure and principles for land readjustment. The document consists of 5 Chapters that contain 35 Paragraphs. This Act provides the procedure and principles for land readjustment.
This Regulation contains maximum allowed amounts of specified polluting substances in waste water discharged in water bodies and into the soil. Section 1 species rates of discharge for towns and other settlements and objects the average amount of which is more than 2000 cubic metres a day.
This Act determines the bases and procedure for the valuation of land. The results of valuations are used in taxation, privatisation, expropriation and land readjustment, and in compensation for unlawfully expropriated land. The object of valuation is a plot of land without the buildings, forest, other vegetation or accessories situated thereon.
This Regulation establishes that maximum limits of hazardous substances serve as the basis for assessing the condition of soil and ground water and, if necessary, for planning the measures to be employed in order to improve their condition. The maximum limits of hazardous substances are reference value and target value. In case of soil, reference values are given for dry soil.
Objects of ownership reform are unlawfully expropriated land with inseparably attached natural objects, structures, ships entered in the register of ships, agricultural inventory, machinery in production buildings, stocks and share certificates, without considering incumbent loans (Paragraph 9).The Principles of Ownership Reform Act determines the purpose, content, object and subjects of and th
This Act provides the requirements for the designing, building and management of land improvement systems, the specifications for the foundation and operations of land improvement associations operating as non-profit associations, the procedure for exercising state supervision over implementation of this Act, and liability for violations of this Act.
Estonia is an independent and sovereign democratic republic wherein supreme political authority is vested in the people. The independence and sovereignty of Estonia are timeless and inalienable (Article 1). The land, territorial waters and airspace of Estonia constitute an inseparable and indivisible whole (Article 2).
The purpose of this Act is to organise a system which assures the quality of organic, that is, ecologically or biodynamically grown and handled, foodstuffs and the development of environmentally sustainable agriculture.