Organic Law of Georgia on Local Self-Government. | Land Portal

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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). The local self-governing representative bodies (Sakrebulo) shall have plenary powers in the following areas: (a) establishment of management rules and regulations applicable to local public land, forest and water resources; and (b) land use planning (art. 22). The local self-government units shall own: (a) non-agricultural land; (b) agricultural land except for cattle pasture routes, agricultural land within 500 metres of the border line, protected areas, cultural heritage, land of water stock, private and agricultural land subject to privatization; and (c) local forest and water resources (art. 47).

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