The Resolution lays down health rules for animal products, animal waste and by-products not intended for human consumption, and rules for certification of business operators dealing with such products.
The Resolution regulates fertility and conservation of soil. It consists of two charters: Charter for Determining Level of Fertility of Soil (Annex 1) and Charter for Soil Conservation and Fertility Monitoring (Annex 2).
The regulation establishes privatization prices for state-owned agricultural land according to categories (broken down for each municipality of Georgia); and annual use fee for the state-owned agricultural land that may not be privatized (broken down into the following categories: pasture land, and pasture land in Akhmeta and Dedoplistskaro municipalities) (2 annexes).
The Resolution creates the authority of the agency granting the recognition of ownership of agricultural/non-agricultural land to persons, entities and other formations which are in a legitimate possession (use) of the land or arbitrarily occupy the land. The document further specifies the procedure to gain such recognition and adopts certificate forms proving the same.
The Order regulates soil conservation measures after toxic or radioactive degradation.
The Regulution determines terms for calculating a surface area of plot of land attributed as part of essential part of another plot of land.
The Law regulates spatial planning and urban development in Georgia. It consists of five chapters: General provisions (I); Agencies responsible for planning, stages of planning and hierarchy (II); Spatial-territorial planning of the country and municipalities (III); Spatial-territorial planning of settlements (IV); and Transitional and final provisions (V).
The Order regulates protection measures for the sustainability of coastal zones of the sea, water objects and rivers of Georgia, as well as provides for the state supervision and liability issues for negative erosional processes in the same zones.
The Resolution regulates removing fertile layer of soil, storing, using and re-cultivating. It consists of four articles: Purpose (1); Definition of terms (2); Main provisions (3); and Control and liability for obligations regarding soil cultivation (4).
The Order provides recommendation for protection of soil from erosion.