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Regulations
Sri Lanka
Asia
Southern Asia

The Ordinance is the general law on matrimonial property rights. In particular, it establishes administrative and legal proceedings and specifies that women are capable of holding, acquiring and disposing of any movable or immovable property as if she were a femme sole, without the consent or intervention of her husband.

Legislation
India
Asia
Southern Asia

The purpose of this Act is to recognize forest rights to tribal communities who have been occupying the land before the forest laws were put into force.Scheduled Tribes residing in forests shall be entitled to the land currently occupied which may be allocated in all forests including National Parks and Sanctuaries.The Act grants forest rights to Scheduled Tribes and other traditional forest dw

Legislation
Sri Lanka
Asia
Southern Asia

This Act provides for the establishment of the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation and for its powers and dutiesDuties of the Corporation shall include: carrying on business as an importer, exporter, seller, supplier or distributor of petroleum; and exploring, exploiting and producing petroleum. Provisions for the financing of the Corporation are outlined in the Act.

Legislation
India
Asia
Southern Asia

This Act, consisting of 8 Chapters, establishes Delhi Geo-Spatial Data Infrastructure for Management, Control, Administration, Security and Safety of the above mentioned area. An Act to create, update, manage, disseminate, and share, for Delhi a geo-spatial data, map, system, application, portal of the land revenue records; public utilities including roads, water, sewerage.

Legislation
Seychelles
Africa
Eastern Africa

This Act defines powers and duties of Curator of Vacant Estates in respect of vacant estates and provides for the administration of such estates by the Curator.The Officer of the Curator of Vacant Estates is created under this Act and the Curator shall be appointed by the President. “Vacant Estates” shall comprise vacant successions and unclaimed property.

Legislation
Sri Lanka
Asia
Southern Asia

This Act lays down special legal provisions to enable the persons affected by the tsunami to overcome prevailing legal obstacles to ensure the protection and safeguarding of their rights and privileges.It provides among other things for: possession of land affected by the tsunami; tenancy or leasehold rights of premises or land affected by the tsunami; penalties for offences committed in relati

Legislation
Brunei Darussalam
Asia
South-Eastern Asia

This Act lays down guidelines for the creation of strata titles and it shall apply only to registered land. Every original proprietor of land may subdivide that land into stratum estates upon certification of a strata plan by the Commissioner. Requirements for strata plans, units and common property are provided for in the Act.

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