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These Regulations give effect to Ireland's 4th Nitrates Action Programme, and provide statutory support for good agricultural practice to protect waters against pollution from agricultural sources and include measures such as periods when land application of fertilisers is prohibited, limits on the land application of fertilisers, storage requirements for livestock manure, and monitoring of the effectiveness of the measures in terms of agricultural practice and impact on water quality.
These Regulations amend the Town and Country Planning (Permission in Principle) Order 2017 to allow local planning authorities to grant permission in principle for development the main purpose of which is housing development on an application to the authority in accordance with provisions inserted into that Order by this instrument. They also concern (exemption from) environmental impact assessment procedures. The Regulations also make minor amendments to the Statutory Instruments listed in Schedule 2.
This Act amends the Property Transfer Tax Act in section 2, 4, 5 and 11. In section a definition of "intellectual property is inserted. Other amendments concern valuation of property, also of mining rights. A new section (12B) concerning disclosure of information on relationship between companies.
Amends: Property Transfer Tax Act (Cap. 340). (2005)
This Regulation, consisting of 21 sections divided into six Parts and completed by five Schedules, establishes the requirements contracts for sale of land within the New South Wales territory.
This Government Decree establishes that Agency for Technical Supervision shall be an administrative body subordinated to the Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure responsible for implementation of state policy in the areas pertaining to its competence. The Agency's mission is to ensure the implementation of state policy in the spheres of its competence in the order and in the limits established by the regulatory framework.