This Law cancels important provisions part of the Law on concessions of the Tuzla Canton (Official Gazette 50/2004, 7/2005 and 6/2011).Provisions regarding the concessions grating the use of wind power for commercial purposes, and use of solar energy for commercial purposes (article 3, points 16 and 17) are cancelled.
Amends: Law on concessions (Tuzla Canton). (2004-03-30)
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