This Regional Law regulates the issues of allotment free of charge of public land plots pertaining to the regional or municipal public land stock in ownership or on lease to natural and legal persons, but also in cases envisaged by Land Code of the Russian Federation in permanent (open-ended) tenancy to legal persons and to natural and legal persons in tenancy or lease free of charge or for fee. The following categories of citizens shall have the right of allotment free of charge of public land in ownership: (a) multi-child families (with three and more dependent children); (b) single-parent families; (c) disabled persons. Plots of land shall be granted within the boundaries of municipal district of permanent residence. Plots of land can be allotted once-only for the following purposes: (a) individual housing construction; and (b) subsidiary small-holding and family farming.
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Vsevolod Gnetii (LEGN)
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