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Early flowering ragweed
30 April 2007

The Act XXXV/2000 on plant protection provides that  „the land user is obliged to prevent ragweed flower-buds from development before 30 June of the given year, and keep this situation continuously till the end of the growth season.”

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Changes of Land Registration Act
28 February 2007

Changes in rules of law concerning land registration

Recently, two significant changes happened in the rules of law, which are guiding land registration activities. On 1st January 2006, the Act No. CXXII/2005 stepped into force and modified the Act CXLI/1997 on Land Registration. This influenced the Act No. LXXXV/1996 on Fees of Servicing Authorized Copies of Property Sheets and on the change of the Act on Stamp Duties (XCIII/1990) too.
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Protection of Agricultural Land
09 January 2007

Changed regulation for the protection of agricultural land

Among other amendments, the Government – aiming at reorganizing the agrarian administration – changed the Act LV/1994 on the agricultural land as well.

The Governmental decree No. 338/2006 (XII. 23.) „On the land offices, the Institute of Geodesy, Cartography and Remote Sensing, the Board of Geographical Names and the detailed rules of land registration procedures” stepped into force on 1st January 2007. Chapter 2 of the decree determines the circle of specialized authorities cooperating in the land protection procedure.  As provided by par. 16. b), when somebody applies for a permit of using agricultural land temporarily to other purpose, from now on, also the inspectorates for protection of environment, nature and water as authorities of landscape protection will participate in the permitting procedure.

 
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GIS: salaries in the USA
18 July 2007

The Urban and Regional Information Systems Association recently released the URISA Salary Survey for IT/GIS Professionals, July 2007, based on responses collected last year from 2,402 individuals. Nearly two thirds of the respondents (63.8 percent) indicated that they had seen an increase in the number of GIS staff employed by their organizations over the past five years.

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Carry On Land Office!
31 May 2007

Though there were several initiatives aiming at dividing the uniform land registration system, the land administration successfully proved that they have been able to maintain the efficiency and the legal security in the usual way. For me it is quite evident that the tasks of public administration can be solved with the greatest efficiency in the current uniform system. The land administration has to go on with the electronic case management for improving the efficiency and the legal security. Services should be provided on equal conditions both for the players of business life, the citizens and the organizations of the State budget.

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Why are Land Markets Required?
17 May 2007

Land is unlike other commodities that can be  bought and sold in that it is immoveable. Buildings upon it can be dismantled and moved elsewhere but the land on which they stand cannot be moved. Only the rights to use the land can be bought and sold. 
Land markets exist when and wherever it is possible to exchange rights in land for agreed amounts of money or services rendered.  The ability and capacity of banks and other financial institutions to lend money is underpinned by an efficient land market, which in turn requires an efficient land administration system.

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EULIS land information service
15 May 2007

The aim of the European Land Information Service (EULIS) is to provide easy worldwide access to European land and property information, to underpin a single European property market. Although it is ultimately the citizens of Europe who have the most to gain from this new service, its target users are the professional intermediaries through which citizens act, such as lawyers, conveyancers and notaries, and service providers such as lenders and real estate agents.  By making it easier for professionals to do business in other jurisdictions, EULIS aims to promote the economy of the European Community by breaking down barriers to cross-border lending, enabling more competition in the secured credit and real property markets, bringing more choice for borrowers, providing links with non-EU countries and encouraging the spread of best practice.  

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