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These Regulations of the Cabinet Secretary implement provisions of the Land Registration Act in respect of the organization and administration of land registries, the procedures for the registration of land, and related matters. The land register referred to under section 7 of the Act shall contain (a) the property section; (b) the proprietorship section; and (c) the encumbrance section. The Regulations set out the content of each section and also of the proprietorship section of a register that pertains to community land.
La présente loi comprend deux articles. L’art. 1 comporte la Première partie du Code de l’environnement, à savoir les dispositions législatives. L’art. 2 abroge deux lois (Loi n° 834 du 28/12/1967 relative aux bruits troublant la tranquillité publique, Loi n° 954 du 19/04/1964 concernant la lutte contre la pollution de l’air et de l’eau), et maintient l’applicabilité en tant que besoin de leurs textes d’application non contraires au Code (jusqu’à la promulgation des textes d’application du Code).
These Regulations amend the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012- to insert the definition of an upper-tier county council; prescribe the time period for review of certain local development documents; consequential to the amendments to Part 2 and Schedule A1 of the 2004 Act made by section 10 of, and Schedule 2 to the 2017 Act. Section 9 of the 2017 Act inserts new sections 28A to 28C of the 2004 Act, providing the Secretary of State with a power to direct two or more local planning authorities to prepare a joint development plan document.
These Regulations amend the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 so as to, among other things: insert a new definition to explain what a modification proposal is, in relation to a neighbourhood plan, and with respect to the procedure for making a neighbourhood development plan in Part 5.
This Regulation sets forth procedures and principles of (i) improvement and classification of agricultural lands, (ii) determination of land and soil resources specified in the Law No. 5403 on Soil Preservation and Land Utilization, (iii) land-use planning in compliance with the sustainable development principle, (iv) determination of erosion-sensitive areas, (v) implementation of soil conservation and land management plans and projects, and (vi) establishment and duties of the Soil Preservation Board.