The present Law lays down provisions relating to expropriation matters in Brandeburg The Law is applicable to expropriation of general property proceedings and related compensation payments in so far as the Federal Law is not applicable.
The present Law enforces the Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 March 2007 establishing an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE).The specific purpose of the Law is to create the legal framework for the geo-data infrastructure in Brandenburg being part of the national geo-data infrastructure.
The present Law lays down comprehensive provisions relating to the division and development of land and in particular of agricultural land.
The present Law lays down comprehensive provisions as to the functioning of the Land Registry of Brandenburg. Article 1 establishes that land registries have to be kept by the tribunals of first instance and that the relevant Land Registry Ordinance is to be applied. Article 3 lays down provisions relating to registration of mining properties. The text consists of 7 articles.
The present Ordinance lays down provisions relating to the planning of land and soil belonging to the Land Brandenburg. Such land shall be preferably regulated by leases and building rights. In particular, special consideration shall be given to principles and aims of land use planning.
The present Ordinance implements the Fees Law for the Land Brandenburg of 7 July 2009. Article 1 establishes that Expert Boards and their branch offices shall charge fees and costs for official acts in view of land valuation as laid down in the Annex. The text consists of 6 articles and 1 Annex.
The present Law lays down provisions relating to geo-information and surveying in the Land Brandenburg. Part 1 concerns geo-information and Part 2 deals with official surveying. Part 2 consists of 5 chapters as follows: Tasks, contents and of geo-information systems (1); Cadastre procleedings (2); Rights and duties (3); Competence, tasks and special inspection (4); Final provisions (5).
The proposed project would aim to extend the benefits of secure landownership to up to 700,000 small farmers in Brazil's Northeast region and to improve the Government's ability to formulate land policies and administer land resources.
This project aims at supporting innovative technical approaches for economically viable investment in soil conservation. It's objectives are to increase agricultural production and farm incomes by promoting the adoption of sustainable forms of land management and soil and water conservation by Santa Caterina's farmers.
The present Ordinance applies to buildings and building products. Furthermore, the Ordinance applies also to parcels of land, other facilities and equipments.