This Decree is composed of 3 Parts divided into 12 articles and 3 Annexes. Part I considers the Comprehensive Plan for Lebanese Territory Arrangement as the general guiding framework of urban planning and land use, and therefore ministries, departments, public institutions, municipalities and Lebanese unions shall adopt all directives and guidelines compatible and agree with this Plan.
This Resolution is composed of 4 articles. According to the Natural Protection Law of 8 July 1939, this Resolution classifies the zone of Ballo Biatara, located in the Tannoreen-Province of Northern Lebanon, as a natural area subjected to the protection of the Ministry of Environment (art. 1).
This Decree consisting of 2 articles applies to all private property areas adjacent to the sea. It allows for the exploitation of the maritime public domain on condition that the government approves the nature of the proposed project and area sought for exploitation.
Palestinian women living in refugee camps and gatherings in Lebanon have little opportunity to realise their HLP rights. They face the double discrimination, challenged by both formal Lebanese law and familial Palestinian social systems.
This Resolution consisting of 8 articles aims at regulating the classification and registration of all kinds of fertilizers and soil improvers, either imported or locally produced, in Lebanon.
This decree amends articles 1, 2,3 and 7 of Decree No. 8803 of 2002 amended by decree No. 16456 of 2006 as the following: (a) replacement of the Map I attached to Decree No.
This Decree defines the public property boundaries of the irrigation channel in the region of Ain Saade. The applicant, for the transfer, should comply with determined actions such as the construction of a concrete drainage channel. This Decree is applicable only after the applicant guarantees the natural flow of water in the irrigation channel.