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The scope of this Regional Law shall be performance of regional plenary powers related to conservation, management, promotion and state protection of the objects of cultural heritage. Plenary powers of the Regional Government shall include performance of regional state supervision over the state, keeping, conservation, management, promotion and state protection of the objects of cultural heritage of regional and local (municipal) significance and decision-making related to constitution of protected area containing objects of historical and cultural heritage.
This Regional Law establishes plenary powers of the regional state bodies in the sphere of protection of traditional habitats, traditional way of life, economic activities and traditional community management of indigenous peoples and also sets forth the types of state support thereto. The scope of this Regional Law shall be to improve living standards of indigenous peoples. Regional Administration shall be authorized to impose use restrictions on economic activities in the areas of traditional living of small indigenous ethnic communities.
The scope of this Regional Law shall be re-distribution of some plenary powers in the sphere of land relations in relation to governance of plots of urban public land with undelimited ownership in case of availability of validated land-use planning scheme. Regional executive body competent in the aforesaid sphere shall be Regional Government.
This Regional Law establishes that minimum agricultural land plot pertaining to public or municipal ownership that can be allotted to peasant farms shall be 2 ha, while maximum agricultural land plot pertaining to public or municipal ownership that can be allotted to peasant farms shall be 300 ha”.
This Act amends the Property Transfer Tax Act in section 3, 4 and 6. In section a minor amendment is made concerning delegation of functions and powers of Commissioner. The amendment of section 4 concerns the rate of tax in respect of a mining right or an interest in the mining right in and respect of land. Section 6 is amended in provisions concerning exemption from the provisions of this Act of any public benefit organisation or trust listed as such under the Income Tax Act.
Amends: Property Transfer Tax Act (Cap. 340). (2005)
Article 12.2 shall be amended to add the following wording: “Plot or plots of land, indicated in land-use planning scheme or on cadastre map of the territory, shall be formed as a result of consolidation of land plots pertaining to various land categories, except for cases envisaged by the federal legislation”.
Amends: Regional Law No. 601-III “On land”. (2009-07-13)