License At The Agrarian Statute

Original Language Title: Aggiuntiva Allo Statuto Agrario

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law supplementing the Agrarian Association, 3 March 1898 - 1. - sameness to the best of our crop rotation and the nearby surrounding systems, remains determined that no more 'of the fourth part of the working grounds of a farm may be intended for the cultivation of natural grass or artificial for the production of fodder. 2. - In the year that the settler is fired or voluntarily leaves the farm, it can not under the provisions of the preceding article cultivate forage an area greater than that shown and established by the preceding article. 3. - The increased amount he might have obtained from a possibly greater extent, will be divided between the master and settler, and these will be obliged to sell it to others, and transport it elsewhere, only when the boss does not like to buy it on their own. 4. - All livestock and that the old settler yields to new, or the master, will be by the auditors or experts appraisers valued at the current price on the neighboring squares. 5. - Notwithstanding the number of auditors or experts estimators foreseen in the current Agrarian Statute, the obligation in them of the oath, and the exclusion of foreign experts, if controversial, remains determined that the parties may have recourse also to one or more 'local technical experts to review the work of the audit experts or rural, and define the disputes which have arisen. 6. - In the event that an owner alienate one more 'wholly or in part of the broken farm planted with fodder, because the farmer does not suffer damage veruno, this forage they will first have to separate a fourth part, which will pass to the new owner coll'abbonare estimated in settler its half or one-eighth. The other three-quarters will be divided in half between the perfect settler who sells and who buys the owner, while other products will be divided according to the ordinary system of the side wing. The settler may not claim any compensation for damages by the owner for sales made from this part of the land it colonized. 7. - The remuneration of the auditors surveyors, estimators or rural is fixed at five lire a day more than food. 8. - The above items will force law 15 days after their publication to be done in the usual ways.