This Act regulates the right of use of public and private lands of the Overseas territories. It consists of 33 parts specifying the conditions to be satisfied, in order to exploit occupied and non-occupied land for different uses. It establishes the requirements to be met in order to benefit from a land concession, or to obtain a permit for land leasing.
This Decree regulates the ownership of lands occupied by non-owners. It consists of 6 articles defining the conditions under which land users may request, (free of charge) the ownership of lands within one year from the date of this Decree.
This Order establishes protected areas in order to exploit hydropower generation along the Lúrio River. It consists of 3 articles defining these protected areas, delimited within 4 lands.
This Order approves urban use planning of Nacala Town. An annex is attached to the text specifying the subdivision of urban land for different use.
A law that regulates land-use planning and rational exploitation of land. Land is property of the Government of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau, its exploitation is allowed only under concession or authorization granted by the Government.
This Regulation establishes coastal zones within the district of Praia as Areas of Touristic Development. It consists of 2 articles and 1 annex laying down geographical coordinates and a detailed map of the aforementioned areas.
This Decree-Law consists of 5 articles establishing the conditions under which a very urgent procedure of land expropriation is allowed for turistic purposes within the District of Praia. It also includes coastal zone infrastructures' expropriation for touristic development. It concerns as well the financial compensations to be paid to landowners according to Act No. 54/98 of 29 June 1998.
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 Act establishes Sanitary Code in order to regulate environmental sector and food quality standards. It consists of 101 articles regulating all matters related to the protection of human health, controls to be carried out on land use plannings (urban and agricultural lands), water and soil pollution control, food quality in order to avoid food contamination, etc.
This Act establishes Agricultural Rights and regulates the Brazilian Institute for the Agricultural Reform (IBRA). It consists of 5 chapters regulating agricultural rights, controls to be carried out on land use plannings, Agricultural Reform fulfilment, etc.