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Large Scale Land Acquisitions for Investment in Kenya

Journal Articles & Books
Reports & Research
Novembro, 2016
Quênia

Land acquisitions, either driven by foreign investments or domestic investment needs have continued to polarize opinions. When this research was proposed, it was premised on arguments by scholars Ruth Meinzen-Dick and Helen Markelova, who had analysed agricultural land deals, and argued that there were potentially two schools of thought about foreign acquisitions over agricultural land.

Land Registration Ordinance.

Regulations
Novembro, 2016
Liechtenstein

The present Ordinance shall cover: a) the organization of the Land Register; b) the structure, content and legal effects of the Land Register; c) electronic commerce with the Office of Justice; d) the procedure for the registration, modification and deletion of rights in remnants of immovable property as well as of reservations and remarks; e) the distribution of information and the inspection of the Land Register.

Land subdivision: A case study in metropolýtan area of Istanbul

Reports & Research
Novembro, 2016
Norway
Turkey

The application of detailed urban plans is only possible by realizing subdivision in urban areas. Minor subdivisions, land readjustment projects and expropriations in Turkey are primary methods in realizing subdivision of urban areas. Municipalities are responsible for the application of detailed urban plans. In metropolitan areas this power is given to sub-municipalities. The purpose of this paper is to determine whether or not to be difference in realizing of subdivision according to detailed urban plans between urban areas in Istanbul Metropolitan Area.

Physical Planning Act, 2016 (No. 17 of 2016).

Legislation
Agosto, 2016
Malawi

This Act provides for the town and country planning at national, district and local level. It sets forth the provisions to prepare, approve and a deposit a plan and establishes an administrative framework for development planning. The Act also provides for development control and enforcement. It consists of 99 sections divide into 10 Parts.The Act establishes the Physical Planning Council and the Physical Planners Board. There shall also be a Commissioner for Physical Planning.

Implementation and Outcomes of Restrictions on Agricultural Land Subdivision: An Investigation of Article 30 of the 2013 Land Law

Reports & Research
Junho, 2016
África

Focuses on Article 30 of the Rwanda 2013 Land Law, which prohibits sub-division. Finds that implementation of Article 30 has not prevented land subdivisions, but rather encouraged informal subdivisions and transfers. Recommends that the provision should be reviewed.

Withdrawal from Disposal of Certain Tracts of Territorial Lands in Nunavut (Kivalliq area) Order (SI/2016-29).

Regulations
Maio, 2016
Canadá

The present Order is made under the Territorial Lands Act. In particular, the purpose of this Order is to withdraw from disposal certain tracts of territorial lands in order to facilitate the conclusion of Aboriginal land agreements. In particular, section 2 establishes that the tracts of territorial lands set out in the Schedule, including the surface and subsurface rights to the lands, are withdrawn from disposal for a period of three years beginning on the day on which this Order is made. The text consists of 5 sections and 1 Schedule.

Inland Port Special Planning Area Regulation (Man. Reg. 48/2016).

Regulations
Março, 2016
Canadá

The present Regulation is made under the Planning Act. In particular, the Regulation lays down provisions relating to the Inland Port Special Planning Area. The text consists of 4 sections and 2 Schedules as follows: Inland Port Special Planning Area Development Plan By-Law (1); Inland Port Special Planning Area Zoning By-Law (2).

Implements: Planning Act (C.C.S.M. c. P80). (2015)

Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act: Bylaws for Kouga (G.N. No. 3 of 2016).

Regulations
Fevereiro, 2016
África do Sul

This By-Law made under the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013, applies to all land within the geographical area of the Kouga Municipality, including land owned by the state. The By-law shall, in case of conflict, in principle prevail over other legislation. The By-law requires a municipal spatial development framework to be made and provides with respect its preparation and public participation procedures. The Municipality may also adopt a local spatial development framework for a specific geographical area of a portion of the municipal area.

Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act: Bylaws for Mbizana (G.N. No. 4 of 2016).

Regulations
Fevereiro, 2016
África do Sul

This By-Law made under the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013, applies to all land within the geographical area of the Mbizana Municipality, including land owned by the state. The By-law shall, in case of conflict, in principle prevail over other legislation. The By-law requires a municipal spatial development framework to be made and provides with respect its preparation and public participation procedures. The Municipality may also adopt a local spatial development framework for a specific geographical area of a portion of the municipal area.

Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act: Bylaws for Engcobo (G.N. No. 5 of 2016).

Regulations
Fevereiro, 2016
África do Sul

This By-Law made under the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013, applies to all land within the geographical area of the Engcobo Municipality, including land owned by the state. The By-law shall, in case of conflict, in principle prevail over other legislation. The By-law requires a municipal spatial development framework to be made and provides with respect its preparation and public participation procedures. The Municipality may also adopt a local spatial development framework for a specific geographical area of a portion of the municipal area.

By-law on Spatial Planning and Land Use Management (G.N. No. 2 of 2016).

Regulations
Fevereiro, 2016
África do Sul

This By-Law made under the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013, applies to all land within the geographical area of the Ndlambe Municipality, including land owned by the state. The By-law shall, in case of conflict, in principle prevail over other legislation. The By-law requires a municipal spatial development framework to be made and provides with respect its preparation and public participation procedures. The Municipality may also adopt a local spatial development framework for a specific geographical area of a portion of the municipal area.

Ordinance amending the Land Transaction Ordinance.

Regulations
Janeiro, 2016
Liechtenstein

The present Act introduces some amendments to the Land Transaction Ordinance of 3 July 2007. In particular, the Ordinance amends, inter alia, article 9a on Foundations, institutions without members and foundation-like Trust company with personality; article 13 on Annexes; article 15 on Forwarding to tax administration; article 16 on Surveyance and information and filing obligations; article 20 on Fees.

Amends: Land Transaction Ordinance. (2013)