Article 2.1 shall be amended to add the following wording: “Minimum and maximum dimensions of land plots as established by this Regional Law, shall be applicable to the purpose of allotment of land plots, pertaining to state and municipal property, until validation by the Urban Code of the Russian Federation of land tenure and land-use planning rules on the territory of municipal units”.
Amends: Regional Law No. 2157-OZ validating minimum and maximum dimensions of public land parcels that can be transferred to citizens in ownership. (2009-12-03)
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