Law on reimbursement of substitute land cultivation costs and the payment of damages in the event agricultural land is allocated for non-agricultural purposes. | Land Portal

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LEX-FAOC080047
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The purpose of this Law establishes criteria for calculating damages for the cultivation of land allocated for non-agricultural purposes. In the event agricultural land is allocated for non-agricultural purposes, substitute land cultivation costs shall be reimbursed and appropriate damages caused by the deprivation or temporary tenure of land shall be paid. The procedures and conditions Law shall apply to agricultural lands, land fit for agricultural purposes and land located beyond built-up areas that cannot be used as agricultural land in the future. Such damages shall be paid by any natural or legal person who are landowners or land tenants, and shall be calculated according to the following factors: (a) location of land and availability of construction facilities; (b) land area, composition, and land survey results; (c) term and conditions of the rehabilitation of damaged production; (d) term and conditions of lifting, preserving and using a productive layer of damaged soil; (e) term and conditions of land re-cultivation; (f) term and conditions of allocating, holding and using the land; (g) amount of damages; and (h) cultivation costs of substitute land provided.

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