This Regional Law establishes purposeful use of land and lays down legal grounds for land tenure and land management for specific purposes. It classifies land into the following categories: (a) agricultural land; (b) urban land; (c) industry, energy, communication land; (d) protected areas; (e) land of forest fund; (f) land of waterbodies; and (g) reserve land.
This Decree amends the State Lands Act, originally titled “Crown Lands Act”, in section 6 by adding a subsection (6), which provides that any i Taukei land which is exchanged for portions of State land under subsection (3) must not be exchanged for portions of private freehold land under subsection.
The present Regulations are made under the Lands Act. In particular, the Regulations provide for the control of development activities in the St. John’s Urban Region.
This Regional Law regulates the issues of allotment once-only free of charge of agricultural land plots out of stock of public and municipal land in ownership to some categories of citizens, including multiple children (three and more) families, for peasant farming, subsidiary smallholding, horticulture, gardening and suburban individual housing construction.
This comprehensive Agreement between Canada, British Columbia and the Tla’amin Nation is a Treaty and a Land Claims Agreement within the meaning of sections 25 and 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982.
The present Regulations are made under the Conservation Easement Act. In particular, the Regulations lay down provisions relating to the designation of eligible bodies.
Le présent décret autorise le déclassement de deux parcelles du domaine public de l'Etat pour être incorporées au domaine privé de l'Etat.
This Regional Law regulates land relations within the limits of plenary powers transferred to regions by the Russian Federation.