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Legislation
Pakistan
Asia
Southern Asia

This Ordinance amends the Land Acquisition Act 1984, in its application to the Province of Sindh, by: inserting two new subsections in section 5 prescribing the manner in which a notification shall be made to notify that particular land is needed for a public purpose or for a Company; inserting a new subsection (3-A) to section 5-A on hearing of objections; inserting a new subsection (1-A) to s

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Find here the "Call for Participants" and related information and forms for a year-long learning initiative 2011-2012 on ‘Making Rangelands Secure’,  including a 10-12 day learning route from Nairobi to Arusha, developed by the International Land Coalition and partners.

Legislation
Pakistan
Asia
Southern Asia

This Act provides for land reforms by prescribing the maximum limits of property which may be owned, held, possessed or controlled by any person. The Act consists of 9 Chapters divided into 35 sections.Chapter II provides for restrictions on ownership and possession of land.

Legislation
Pakistan
Asia
Southern Asia

This Act prohibits the occupation of certain lands, and the building of structures on these without obtaining previous permission by the Authorized Officer. The Provincial Government shall declare these lands to be controlled areas for the purposes of this Act. Offences and penalties are provided for in the Act.

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