With Regard To The Transmission Of Land

Original Language Title: cu privire la transmiterea unui teren

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    Pursuant to art. 9 para. (2) letter b) and art. 14 para. (1) letter b) of law No. 121-XVI dated 4 May 2007 on management and privatisation of public property (Official Gazette of the Republic of Moldova, 2007, no. 90-93, art. 401), as amended and supplemented, article 6 para. (2) of law No. 91-XVI dated 5 April 2007 on public fields and their delimitation (Official Gazette of the Republic of Moldova, 2007, no. 70-73, art. 316), with subsequent amendments and additions, the Government DECIDES: 1. the transmission shall be accepted, free of charge, in accordance with the decision of the City Council of Taraclia, with a surface of 0.1033 ha 8,701,211,334 cadastral number, located in the town. Taraclia, str. General Inzov, nr. 1/1, from public property of administrative-territorial unit in the public ownership of the Taraclia-based State in the management of National Social Insurance House, in order to block construction of the territorial social insurance House Taraclia.
2. National House for social insurance, in conjunction with the City Council, the Commission will establish the Taraclia-based teaching acceptance and will ensure, within a month, transmitting the land mentioned, in accordance with the provisions of the regulation with regard to the mode of transmission of public property goods, approved by Government decision No. 901 of 31 December 2015 (Official Gazette of the Republic of Moldova, 2016, nr. 1, art. 2).
3. Land Relations and Cadastre Agency will carry out cadastral documentation modification at the request of the holder of the right, in accordance with the provisions of the laws in force and of the present judgment.

Prime Minister Pavel FILIP