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Legislation
Barbados
Americas
Caribbean

This Act regulates the purchase of freeholds in tenantries. A tenantry means a tenantry specified in the First Schedule (a plantation tenantry) and an area of land, including public land, subdivided before a specified date into lots for letting for specified purposes. “Tenantry” does not include land adjoining the foreshore.

Legislation
United Kingdom
Europe
Northern Europe

This Act provides for rules relative to a tenement scheme and other matters relative to tenements as defined in section 26 of the Act such as boundaries and pertinents, resolution of disputes, support and shelter, repairs: costs and access, insurance, installation of service pipes etc., demolition and abandonment of tenement building, liability for certain costs, etc.

Journal Articles & Books
Colombia
Argentina

En el artículo, basado en tres estudios sobre tenencia de la tierra en los municipios atendidos por el programa de Desarrollo Rural Integrado –DRI- en los departamentos de Córdoba (1986), Sucre y Atlántico (1987) se ilustran las ideas principales, relativas a la reforma agraria, que se desprenden de los mismos. Así: 1.

Legislation
Guam
Oceania

This Chapter provides for the termination of a tenancy or another estate at will and recovery of possession by the landlord. A tenancy or other estate at will, however created, may be terminated by the landlord's giving notice in writing to the tenant, in the manner prescribed by §21108 of this Title. The termination notice shall be of at least thirty days.

Regulations
Canada
Americas
Northern America

The present Regulations are made under the Territorial Lands Act (R.S. 1985, c. T-7). In particular, the Regulations lay down provisions relating to various conditions that may be included in a land use permit. Sections 8 and 9 of the Territorial Land Use Regulations list activities that require either a Class A or a Class B land use permit and, therefore, an environmental assessment.

Legislation
Canada
Americas
Northern America

This Act concerns the management of land and its resources, including mines, minerals easements, servitudes and all other interests in real property (sect. 1). Under section 2, the Commissioner in Executive Council can designate Land Management Zones for the purpose of protecting the ecological balance of the physical characteristics of any area in Yukon.