This Decree-Law, composed of 7 articles and several Annexes, declares of public interests for energy supply purposes some land defined and zoned in the Annexes. The aim is to allow the national electricity company, ELECTRA SA, to install the necessary infrastructure for supplying electricity in the area comprised between seven cities.
In compliance with article 77 of the Constitution this Decree establishes that the National Council of Agricultural Reform (hereafter called "the Council") is a national organ for coordination and consultancy in the field of agriculture. This Decree is divided into 12 articles dealing with duties and competencies of the Council, which is given administrative and financial autonomy.
This Legislative Decree, composed of six Chapters divided into 38 articles, provides for the institution of a National Land Register regulating land tenure. Special attention is paid to the use of terms and meanings within the Register.
Repealed by: Decree-Law No. 29/2009 on the National Land Register of Cabo Verde. (2009-08-17)
This Law, consisting of 6 Chapters, establishes the legal regime for urban land planning. It specifies the requirements to be satisfied in order to perform any urban operations, including allotment, urbanization, construction and use and conservation of buildings.
This Law, composed of 4 articles, authorises the Government to define the legal status of land thus revising former Law No. 2030 of 22 June 1948. In particular, the Law provides the framework under which the Government shall revise the former system.
In compliance with article 77 of the Constitution, this Decree creates an Agricultural Reform Committee for each local government council. This Decree is divided into 20 articles dealing with duties and competencies of such Committees and Sub-Committees. Administrative duties and competencies (arts. 3-7).
This Resolution, consisting of 6 Chapters and 2 Annexes, approving the Regional Scheme for the Territorial Planning of São Vicente island (EROT-SV). It also states that the General Direction for Territorial and Urban Land Use Planning (DGOTDU) will be responsible for promoting the design of the EROT, through a competition for selecting an enterprise or cabinet with technical capacities.
This Legislative decree is composed of seven Titles divided in 92 articles. It defines principles and rules related to land use of both public and private bodies. Land is considered to have a socio-economic and ecological function and therefore it must be used in a sustainable manner. The Decree rules on public and private domain and provides land classification.
This Decree, in compliance with article 6 of the Law on Agricultural Reform, and with article 77 of the Constitution, establishes certain priorities for the implementation of the Agricultural Reform: (a) concession of usufruct rights to farmers of agricultural lands belonging to the State, municipal and other public authorities; (b) expropriation and concession in usufruct of lands (or portions
This Decree-Law, composed of six articles, regulates the structure and main functions of the National Council for Cartography.