The Parties have agreed to carry out cooperation in the following forms: (a) topographic, geodetic, cartographic and geoinformation activity; (b) publishing of maps, charts and other publications; (c) creation of databases on territory and land areas; (d) exchange of information; (e) joint research and development activity; (f) land use planning; and (g) exchange of experts.
The State registration of rights to land shall form an integrated part of the land cadaster. Registration shall be carried nation-wide by the State Land Management Department and be managed by a Chief Registrar. A Zone Registrar shall manage registration in a specified zone. Powers of a Registrar are set out in article 7.
This Law regulates the following issues: (a) conservation, rehabilitation of soil and improvement of soil fertility, prevention of soil erosion due flooding, landslide, soil pollution, siltation, waterlogging, and anthropogenic impact; (b) rehabilitation, improvement of soil and rational land tenure of low productive land; and (c) establishment of maximum allowable limits of contents of hazardo
Provisions of this Act apply also to forests and certain inland waters exploited for agricultural purposes, certain buildings and other objects listed in article 2. Agricultural lands are arable lands, natural meadowlands and pastures. The basis of lease is an agreement between lessor and lessee.
This Law regulates basic legal relations in the sphere of setting up Kolkhida protected areas and management thereof, including management of land areas, forested areas, waterbodies and objects of cultural heritage.
The objective of this Law is to: (a) provide security for organized farming; (b) to avoid the dismemberment and irrational use of farmland. It defines the rules on the purchase and sale of agricultural land as well as on State participation in the process of "normalisation of relations connected with agricultural land".