Amendments To The Law "on State And Municipal Land Property Rights And The Consolidation Of The Land"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi likumā "Par valsts un pašvaldību zemes īpašuma tiesībām un to nostiprināšanu zemesgrāmatās"

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/92550

 Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 708 in Riga on 17 august 2004 (pr. No 48 2) amendments to the law "on State and municipal land property rights and the consolidation of the land register" issued by the Republic of Latvia article 81 of the Constitution in order to make the law "on State and local land ownership rights and the consolidation of the land" (the Saeima of the Republic of Latvia and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 1995, nr. 10; 1997, no. 8; 1998, 22; 1999, no. 14. no; 2000, no. 13; 2002, no. 22) the following amendments : 1. Replace article 3, paragraph 2, second subparagraph, the words "Ministry of finance and the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry" with the words "Ministry of finance and regional development and the Ministry of local government". 2. in article 8: replace the second paragraph, the words "the protection of the environment and Ministry of regional development" with the words "Ministry of environment"; Add to article 3.1 part as follows: "(31) To the relevant Ministry, on behalf of the person in land is recorded in the State-owned land in and nodded, including: forest land that passed to the permanent use of the Ministry's subordinated to existing State colleges, vocational secondary education and vocational education institutions. '; Add to fourth behind the words "except for in the second paragraph of this article" with the words "in part", and 3;
replace the sixth paragraph, the words "Ministry of Finance" with the words "Ministry of finance".
Prime Minister-Minister of Economic Affairs j. lujans Minister for education and science j. Radzevič Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on the 20 august, 2004.