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    An Act to amend and extend The Fisheries Acts, 1959 to 1997, The Foreshore Act, 1933, And The Fishery Harbour Centres Act, 1968, and to provide for connected matters.

    Legislation
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    The amendments of this Act to the Fisheries Acts, 1959 to 1997, the Foreshore Act, 1933, and the Fishery Harbour Centres Act, 1968 concern the granting of a foreshore licence for aquaculture purposes under the Act of 1933, or a fish culture licence under section 15 of Fisheries Acts, 1959 to 1997. These licences shall be deemed to an aquaculture licence granted under the Fisheries (Amendment) Act of 1997. Specific conditions are set out for the procedures of granting a foreshore licence deemed to be an aquaculture licence under the 1997 Act.

  2. Library Resource
    Legislation
    United Kingdom, Europe, Northern Europe

    This Act provides the Department of Environment for Northern Ireland with powers to establish and manage protected areas including nature reserves and national parks. It also establishes the Committee for Nature Conservation. The Department may acquire land or enter into a management agreement with land owners for this purpose. This legislation also allows for acquisition of land by the Department. In addition, it states that bylaws can be created to protect such nature reserves. The Order also makes provision for the establishment of marine nature reserves.

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    An Act of the Scottish Parliament to amend the law governing succession to agricultural tenancies and the review or variation of rent under such tenancies.

    Legislation
    United Kingdom, Europe, Northern Europe

    The Act amends the Agricultural Holdings (Scotland) Act 1991 in relation with succession and rent review and the Agricultural Holdings (Scotland) Act 2003 by adding a new provision to section 9 on the review of rent under limited duration tenancies.

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    A Law to amend the law relating to inheritance, wills of movable and immovable estate, and the administration of estates of deceased persons, to abolish certain rules of customary law and for other purposes connected therewith.

    Legislation
    Jersey, Europe, Northern Europe

    This Law provides rules for the making of wills and other matters regarding inheritance. It provides, among other things, that in every collateral succession on intestacy, whether to movable or immovable estate, the rule by which the paternal side excludes the maternal side in equality of degree is abolished. It also provides for devolution of immovable estate on intestacy and amends customary law so as to provide for equality of succession rights of legitimate and illegitimate children.

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    Legislation
    Lithuania, Europe, Northern Europe

    Territorial planning is described as a process and procedure of land use planning in article 2. The objectives of territorial planning are outlined in article 3. Articles 4 to 20 concern territorial planning at national, county, and municipal level. Planning shall be: general or "master" (arts. 5-10); special (arts. 1-14), or; detailed (arts. 15-20). There shall be master plans for each of the specified territorial subdivisions. Master planning shall establish priorities, objectives and strategies for the territory in question.

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    An Act of the Scottish Parliament to allow decrofting by owner-occupier crofters; and for connected purposes.

    Legislation
    United Kingdom, Europe, Northern Europe

    This Act amends principally the Crofters (Scotland) Act 1993 and consequentially the Crofting Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 in respect of applications to decroft by owner-occupier crofters and the subsequent handling of such application by the Crofters Commission. The Act also provides with respect to appeals against decisions of the Commission. An owner-occupier crofter may apply to the Commission for a decrofting direction, i.e. a direction that the owner-occupier’s croft is to cease to be a croft.

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    Bekendtgørelse af lov om planlægning.

    Legislation
    Denmark, Europe, Northern Europe

    This Act sets regulations on the planning of land use and contributes that ensure the protection of the environment for sustainable human living conditions and preservation of animal and plant life. Regional and local councils shall publish a statement of their strategy for the region's respective municipality contribution to sustainable development in the 21st century - and shall include information on how people, organizations and associations shall be involved in this project.

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    An Act to amend the law relating to local government.

    Legislation
    United Kingdom, Europe, Northern Europe

    The Act concerns District Councils and local government in Northern Ireland. It also provides with respect to community planning and some matters regarding governance.The Act makes provision with respect to discharge of functions of Councils. A council's functions with respect to acquiring or disposing of land may only be discharged by the Council itself. The Act also provides for permitted forms of governance such as a committee system or executive arrangements or prescribed arrangements (as defined).

  9. Library Resource

    Lov om ændring af lov om frikommuner og lov om naturbeskyttelse.

    Legislation
    Denmark, Europe, Northern Europe

    The Act makes amendments to Nature Conservation Act (insertion after article 17, section 2, No. 2) with regard to the establishment of additional testing opportunities for free municipalities - specifically areas as part of free municipality testing to be regulated by local planning.

    Amends: Nature Conservation Act (No. 933 of 2009). (2009-09-24)

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    Bekendtgørelse af lov om landinspektørvirksomhed.

    Legislation
    Denmark, Europe, Northern Europe

    This Act sets conditions for the exercise of land survey activities. In order to fulfill this capacity, a person must be appointed by the Minister of Environment, must be of legal age, is not under bankruptcy, has passed the Danish surveyor exam and has at least 3 years’ experience following the surveying examination, and has participated in the commonly occurring cadastral works by recruitment from a practicing surveyor – either by Survey and Cadastre Authority of the Jutland department or cadastral authority in Copenhagen and Frederiksberg Municipality.

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