Privatization of State-owned enterprises is allowed in all sectors of the economy (art. 3). The privatisation shall be managed by a lead agency named the State property management Committee (art. 4). It shall prepare a privatization programme. Enterprises shall be sold by the State Property Fund, a State company acting on a commercial base (art. 6).
This Law establishes exclusive plenary powers of the self-government bodies in the following areas: (a) management and disposal of public land resources; (b) land use planning; (c) management of local public forest and water resources; and (d) management of local water supply, drainage and sewerage systems (art. 16).
This Law regulates legal relations in the sphere of setting up and management of the system of protected areas of the Imereti caves, related to management of land area, forests, water and other natural resources, including historical and cultural heritage.
This Law regulates relations concerning management of common property of condominiums, including common ownership of land on which are located residential facilities. Encumbrance (mortgage) of common property, including common land property shall be authorized and regulated by Civil Code.
This summary of Land Tenure and Property Rights (LTPR) issues in Georgia is part of a series of LTPR Country Profiles produced by Associates in Rural Development, World Resources Institute and Rural Development Institute for USAID.
The law regulates legal relationships between state bodies, natural persons and legal entities in the sphere of amelioration (art. 1). This law covers the following spheres: a) land reclamation; b) amelioration activities; c) flood (and other disasters) control measures on agricultural lands; d) amelioration associations (art. 3).