Buenos Aires, August 4, 1947.
THE SENADO AND CAMARA DEDIPUTADOS DE LA NATION ARGENTINA REMED IN CONGRESS,
SANCIONAN WITH FORCE OF LEY:
Article 1 . When by the provisions of Act No. 12,842, the eviction of rural premises may only be effective in cases where there is express authorization from the Directorate of Rural Leasing and Appearances of the Ministry of Agriculture and the tenant has land to work which constitutes an economic unit.
Art. 2° el The eviction shall proceed without the authorization mentioned in the previous article, when the tenant is in turn the owner of a property that constitutes an economic unit and is not leased.
Art. 3° de Please refer to the Ministry of Agriculture, through the Directorate of Rural Leasing and Appearances, with the intervention of its Consultative Council, to decide whether requests for exceptions to the extension based on article 26 (b) of Decree 12.290/1945 and article 34 (b) of Law 12.842.
Art. 4° Art In cases where the cause of non-payment is invoked, the respondents may request the paralyzation of the action, paying prior to the launch the amount of a semester of lease, having to pay the rest within sixty days.
Art. 5° Estado In the plans for colonization to be carried out by the State, the tenant whose location contract has been exempted from the legal extensions and who meets the classic conditions required for the award of lots, will be accorded a preference that will only yield to which the residents of the colony are recognized to award.
Art. 6° . Set up a Coordinating Council consisting of five members: two representing the Ministry of Agriculture of the Nation and two representing the entity responsible for the implementation of Law No. 13.636, which will be chaired by the official designated by the Executive Branch. It shall aim to take such measures as it deems to give effect to the priority set out in the preceding article.
Art. 7° . Contact the Executive.
Given in the Sala de Sesiones of the Argentine Congress, in Buenos Aires, on July 30, nine hundred and forty-seven.
|J. H. Quijano||Ricardo C. Guard|
|Alberto H. Reales||L. Zavallo Carbó|