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use rights

These are rights to use the land for agriculture, grazing, gathering of forestry products, etc. The right to use land is one of the essential rights of landownership, but may also be the right to use and profit from immovable property as if the user were the owner (usufruct).
 

Source: FAO Land Tenure Manuals, No.2, FAO, 2006

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National Policies
February 2011
Mongolia

To ensure environmental sustainability, development of socioeconomic sectors adapted to climate change, reduction of vulnerabilities and risks, and mitigation of GHG emissions as well as promoting economic effectiveness and efficiency and implementation of ‘green growth’ policies, the Parliament of Mongolia developed the National Action Program on Climate Change (NAPCC) to be implemented, in tw

Regulations
January 2011
Georgia

The regulation establishes privatization prices for state-owned agricultural land according to categories (broken down for each municipality of Georgia); and annual use fee for the state-owned agricultural land that may not be privatized (broken down into the following categories: pasture land, and pasture land in Akhmeta and Dedoplistskaro municipalities) (2 annexes).

Regulations
October 2010
China

These Regulations provide for the prevention of land desertification, the transformation of desertified land and the protection of the safety of the environment.The Law consists of 6 Chapters divided into 44 articles: General provisions (I); Planning on desert prevention and transformation (II); Prevention of land desertification (III); Transformation of desertified land (IV); Legal responsibil

Land Use Policies and Natural Resource Management in Kenya: The Case of Nairobi River Basin cover image
Journal Articles & Books
April 2010
Kenya

Nairobi River Basin is a complex of several parallel rivers that flow through the City of Nairobi and empty into a larger river and flow to the Indian Ocean. The rivers are polluted with garbage, industrial liquid effluence, agro-chemicals, petro-chemicals among others.

Regulations
May 2009
China

These Regulations provide for the prevention of land desertification, the transformation of desertified land and the protection of the safety of the environment in Liaoning province. The Regulations consist of 37 articles.The provincial administrative department in charge of forestry o shall work out the planning of desert prevention and transformation of the whole country.

Legislation
February 2009
Estonia

The Act regulates the acquisition of land on which a usufruct has been established under the Land Reform Act. According to the document, land subject to usufruct under the Land Reform Act which is not required for the exercise of the powers of state, to a local government for the performance of its functions or for other public purposes may be acquired.

Legislation
November 2008
Bosnia and Herzegovina

This Law lays down the general interest principles regarding the acquisition, seizure, use, disposal, protection and termination of rights on property, including several deriving real estate/physical property rights, also in relation with state property (public land).

Regulations
October 2008
China

These Regulations provide for the prevention of land desertification, the transformation of desertified land and the protection of the safety of the environment in Heilongjiang province.The Law consists of 6 Chapters divided into 45 articles: General provisions (I); Planning on desert prevention and transformation (II); Prevention of land desertification (III); Transformation of desertified lan

Legislation & Policies
National Policies
June 2008
Southern Asia
Laos

Article 1 - Objectives:

"This Decree is issued for the purpose of implementing the Land Law relating to the management, protection, use and development of land in an efficient, peaceful, and fair manner as well as ensuring the compliance with the set-targets and the uniformity of practice throughout the country."

Regulations
May 2008
China

These Regulations provide for the prevention of land desertification, the transformation of desertified land and the protection of the safety of the environment.The Law consists of 6 Chapters divided into 39 articles: General provisions (I); Planning on desert prevention and transformation (II); Prevention of land desertification (III); Transformation of desertified land (IV); Legal responsibil