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.
This Order, consisting of 6 articles and 1 Annex, authorizes the permanent and free land concession to farmers and stockbreeders of 11 land plots in Ribeira de Vinha within the island of São Vicente.
This Act regulates forestry activity. It consists of 14 Chapters specifying authorized activities to be performed by public and private entities in order to protect national forests. It also establishes national administration competencies and actions to be carried out by the Government of Cape Verde for managing forestry resources.
With this Order, and according to Act No. 1/75 of 5 July 1975, the Government of Cape Verde abrogates the Rural Committees for Land Leasing ("Comissao Arbitral de Arrendamento Rural", created by Order No. 7873, Chapter 8 of 24 July 1976) and establishes that all their competencies be transferred to the Ordinary Law Court.
This Decree-Law is composed of four chapters divided into 21 articles. It rules on cartography production. Special attention is paid to the control and recording of cartography documents.
Repealed by: Decree-Law No. 55/2010 regulating National Cartography Production. (2010-12-06)
This Order, consisting of 6 articles and 1 Annex, authorizes the permanent and free land concession to 57 farmers and stockbreeders of land plots in Tchon D´Holanda, Ribeira de Vinha, within the island of São Vicente.
This Decree-Law consists of 9 articles prohibiting sand extraction, exploitation, or transport from beaches, dunes and inland waters. An authorization may be issued, under the strict control of the competent authority, only if this is activity satisfies specific requirements. It also specifies sanctions to be paid by offenders in case of non-authorized sand exploitation.
This Decree-Law is composed of seven chapters divided into 41 articles. It defines the main functions and structure of the National Land Register for Cape Verde. Special attention is paid to the procedures to identify the land parcels.