This Regional Law regulates land relations within the framework of plenary powers transferred to the regional executive bodies by the federal legislation. Regional Government shall perform the following plenary powers: (a) decision-making related to expropriation, including bailout, in cases envisaged by acting legislation; (b) land reclamation; (c) modalities of calculation of land lease and land rent payment for public land pertaining to regional ownership; (d) validation of cadastre land evaluation; and (e) application of land use restrictions. Local government shall have the following competence: (a) improvement of soil fertility; (b) land-use planning; (c) setting maximum and minimum land area allotted to citizens out of stock of public and municipal land for subsidiary smallholding; and (d) application of public servitude to the benefit of local government and local population.
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Vsevolod Gnetii (CONSLEGB)
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