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Name of instrument Regional Law 16/2006: land property rationalization and agriculture promotion
Country IT
Spatial level regional
Type Laws and regulations
Subtype Laws
Description This law defines the instruments to face the fragmentation and pulverization of property in the mountain areas of the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia (making up almost half of the whole regional territory). The weakness of infrastructural investments and pulverization of land property represent a sort of "endemic pathology" in the mountain areas and can be regarded as the main causes of abandonment and depopulation. The environment also can suffer from this situation. The purpose of this law is land property recomposition on a voluntary basis. Private owners or Municipalities and Mountain Communities can initiate the process under strict requirements in terms of representation. At the end of the whole procedure the land extension will have a single (public or private) owner thus avoiding fragmentation.
General objectives Promote sustainable land management by means of property rationalization; Rationalize the mountain land use, against pulverization and fragmentation; Preserve and strengthen the social fabric that is vital in rural areas, in order to counteract depopulation and abandonment; Develop economic activities, maintain existing and create new jobs.
General objectives keywords sustainable land management; socio-economic development; land development;
Responsible Regional authority
Stakeholder Involved Local authority/Municipal council; Private individuals;
Reference http://lexview-int.regione.fvg.it/Lex/Dettaglio.jsp?ANN=2006&LEX=0016&ART=000&AG1=00&AG2=00&AL=0&IND=0&DBA=DB1&PAG=1&RIF=2&AV=0&L=0&TIT=0&PAR=&AO=0
General assessment of strength and weakness Strength: the process is activated on a voluntary basis. Weakness: the procedure is quite long and complicated.
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Date of entry 2007/07/16
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Legal status not-mandatory
Extension rarely (< 25%)
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