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The constitution was approved by the Diet and signed by the Prince.
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The present Ordinance implements the Building Act of 11 December 2008. In particular, the Ordinance regulates: a) zoning, land use planning; b) legal building requirements; c) building permission and notification procedures; d) data to be collected for building statistics; e) fees. The text consists of 70 articles divided into 6 Parts as follows: General provisions (I); Planing rights (II); Building rights (III); Final provisions (VI). Four Annexes are enclosed.
The present Ordinance implements the Land Survey Act of 19 May 2005. Article 1 establishes that the government shall allocate the works of the official land survey and define the rights and obligations of the surveyors. The Construction and Infrastructure Office shall be the competent authority according to article 3 of the afore-mentioned Act.