This Chapter makes provision for developmental planning in the State of Pohnpei. The Chapter requires each local government to develop a comprehensive plan for the development of the area where it has jurisdiction. A plan shall consider, among other things, the conservation of natural resources and protection of the environment.
This Chapter provides for the recording of transfers of or encumbrances upon land by the clerks of court of each district in the State of Chuuk. The Chapter also defines the effect of failure to record such transfer or encumbrances.
This Act concerns compensation for fruit-bearing trees destroyed or damaged due to work on public projects. No claim for compensation shall be paid unless the destroyed tree is certified in the manner as prescribed by this Act. Claims shall be presented to the Division of Land Management in the Department of Resources and Development in the manner as prescribed by this Act.
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 Act prescribes rules relative to the making of a valid will and the consequences of a will for inheritance of (real) property belonging to the person who made the will.
This Chapter introduces a coordinated system for the survey and mapping of land and provides rules for the use of the system.
This Chapter concerns the determination of title or other legal interest in land in the State of Kosrae and the registration of such title or interest.For purposes of this Chapter, a land Court is established The Court shall succeed to all responsibilities, registers, properties and assets of the Land Commission.
This Chapter concerns the establishment of deeds of trust in respect Chuuk land and in favour of the United States Government through the Farmers Home Administration or other federal agencies. The deed of trust shall secure the financing of real estate projects and transactions by the United States of America.