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Pursuant to paragraph 5, article 7 of Law 4061/2012 concerning the concession fee of rural immovable property (on a lower price as an incentive for certain categories of farmers) and provided the provisions of the same law (paragraph 5, article 7, Law 4061/2012) which authorize the Minister of Rural Development and Food to define the prices for the concession of rural immovable property for cultivation or pasture, this Decree establishes that the concession fee for cultivation of foodstuffs for human or animal consumption shall be fixed at 5 euro per acre; the concession fee of lands for pa
The Decree issues the tables containing the average farmland rent values per acre for agricultural land lease, as well as the presumptive rent deriving by the free of charge concession of agricultural land to any third person, for all the regions and prefectures of the state.
The present Decree codifies into one unified text the provisions of Royal Decree No. 19.12.1955/21.1.1956 and Legislative Decrees Nos. 3570/1956 and 3777/1957 regarding the income of local self-governments. Among other provisions, the Decree provides for the management of immovable property of local self-governments and establishes rules on licensing, leasing, rights of use and management of communal or municipal slaughterhouses (arts. 3-4), grasslands and pasture lands (arts. 5-11) and medicinal waters (art. 12).
This law ratifies the United Nations Convention to combat desertification in those countries experiencing serious drought and/or desertification, particularly in Africa, which was signed on behalf of Greece on 14 October 1994 (article 1 of the present law). The Convention aims at combating desertification and mitigating the effects of drought through national action programs that incorporate long-term strategies supported by international cooperation and partnership arrangements. The law, consisting of four articles (ratification (art.
This Code of Good Agricultural Practice addresses issues related to the protection of waters affected by nitrate pollution deriving from agricultural sources. It is divided into four Parts as follows: the first Part (A) concerns fertilizers and aims at assisting farmers in implementing friendly practices towards the environment in a way that income by their crops may be secured and also that the environment can be protected. In particular it aims at avoiding pollution of underground and surface waters from the accumulation of nitrates through water infiltration or surface runoff.