LAND MANAGEMENT

MANAGEMENT AND USE OF PRIVATE
PROPERTY OF THE STATE, PUBLIC PROPERTY
AND NATIONAL LAND

PRIVATE STATE LAND
Article 9:
(1) The State may transfer to councils all or part of its movable or immovable private property, or enter
into agreement with the said councils on the use of such property.
(2) The transfer by the State of movable and immovable property provided for in the preceding subsection,
may be effected, either on the initiative of such councils or of the State.
Article 10:
In accordance with the provisions of Section 12 of this law, the State may either facilitate the freehold
by councils to all or part of the State’s movable and immovable private property, or simply grant these
regional and local authorities user rights over some of its movable and immovable property.

MANAGEMENT AND USE OF PUBLIC COAST-LANDS AND
WATERWAYS
Article 11:
(1) The council shall be bound to seek the authorization of the regional council after deliberation for
local projects initiated on public coast-lands and waterways.
(2) The deliberation referred to in the preceding subsection shall be subject to approval by the
representative of the State.
Article 12:
(1)In zones falling under public coast-lands and waterways for which special development plans have
been approved by the State, management powers shall be delegated by the latter to the councils
concerned, for areas thereof which have been devolved upon them in the above mentioned plans.
(2) The royalties accruing there-from shall be paid to the counci1s concerned.
(3) Management instruments issued by the mayor shall be submitted for approval by the representative
of the State and then forwarded to the council for information

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