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Georgian Legislation on Privatization of State-owned Property 1. Privatization of the state-owned property in Georgia shall be carried out on the basis of the Constitution of Georgia, the Civil Code, present Law, other legal and statutory acts. (...) Organ Executing out Privatization and Management of the State-Owned Property 1. Management and privatization of the state-owned property is carried out by the Ministry of State Property Management of Georgia. (...) The Ministry of State Property Management may convey the right on privatization of the state-owned property (except shares) to its territorial bodies. 7.
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Score: 1246260.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/geo_e/WTACCGEO4A1_LEG_11.pdf
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Country Level Data: In 2013 and over the past nine years, women have owned about 30% of all property while men have owned 70% of all property. (...) According to the data collected, men own approximately 3/5 of all property, and women own approximately 2/5 of all properties (Chart 7-1). (...) Overall, women own 15.2 percent of all property. 24 Local Level.
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Score: 1232660.3 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...re/TONCHOVSKA_389-Final_01.pdf
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The owner controls utilization and safety of property, which was provided to a state owned enterprise. (...) Article 32. Dispose of property of a state owned enterprise State owned enterprise can alienate or dispose the property in any other way which is assigned to it or the property purchased for the account of revenue received in the result of foreign economic activity upon the agreement of an owner. (...) Reorganization of a state unitary enterprise of municipal form of property into sate owned enterprise of municipal form of property is implemented by local authority.
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Score: 1230735 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK13A1_LEG_9.pdf
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Microsoft Word - WTACCGEO27_LEG_1 Law of Georgia On State Property Privatisation (As amended to December 24, 1998) The present Law determines legal, economic, organisational and social principles, as well as the basic terms of privatisation of state property of Georgia and provides for the purchase of property owned by the state, physical or legal persons or their unions. (...) “Privatisation” means the purchase of property right to the state-owned property by physical or legal persons or their unions; as a result state losses right to own, use and dispose the privatised property, and state bodies right to manage it. (...) This Law does not apply to privatisation of land and living space owned by the state. 2. Any physical or legal person, citizen of Georgia or a foreign country, can be the purchaser of state property, if the share capital owned by the State of Georgia or by the institutions of local government (local authority - during transitional period) in his property forms less than 25 per cent.
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Score: 1213551.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/geo_e/WTACCGEO27_LEG_1.pdf
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In those areas there are many flats in state-owned buildings that have been rebuilt by the Ministry with the funds from the state budget, as well as quite a number of state-owned family houses purchased by the Agency for the Management of State Property. b. (...) The Ministry of Regional Development and EU Funds manages 27,000 state-owned properties – 22,800 flats and houses in the areas of special government concern, 2,800 building land plots, and 1,400 flats outside such areas. (...) There remain about 4,000 state-owned properties to which the ownership title has not been resolved yet and where the appropriate procedure is under way. 3.
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Score: 1205760 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Housingfinancing/Croatia1.docx
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The obligation to pay a tax arises from the right of the user to own freehold land with ownership interest, not necessarily from the property owned. Project Development Objective Terminology used by the World Bank to express the overarching objective that an investment project should have achieved at the end of its life cycle. Property Planning A series of actions that involve individuals and regulatory institutions, as regards the exercise of property rights, which aim to establish and record the origin, characteristics and scope of the rights of individuals and the property they own. The desired outcome is that all property and individuals who exercise ownership of such property have their rights to property ownership and absence of disputes with the rights of other owners established and guaranteed by relevant regulations.
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Score: 1203732.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...tracion-tierras/glossary/p/en/
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UNITED NATIONS NATIONS UNIES Voluntary Public Disclosure 2018 Disclosing financial and other interests for the 2017 reporting year Having complied with the United Nations Financial Disclosure Programme (ST/SGB/2006/6), I hereby make a voluntary public disclosure in the following manner: Assets: ▪ Residential property, USA ▪ Residential property, jointly owned, USA ▪ Real property, jointly owned, USA ▪ Mutual Fund, Vanguard, USA ▪ Two (2) mutual funds, Vanguard, jointly owned, USA ▪ Bonds, US Treasury, jointly owned, USA ▪ Investment portfolios, VEST; Interactive Brokers, USA Profits from the sale of personal property: ▪ Nil Stock options: ▪ Nil Income from non-United Nations sources: ▪ Rental from residential property, jointly earned, USA Liabilities: ▪ Mortgage, LFCU, jointly held Outside activities: ▪ Nil Valerie Guarnieri Signature on file 22 May 2019 Name Signature Date
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Score: 1201040.6 - https://www.un.org/sg/sites/ww...%20Guarnieri%20-%202018VPD.pdf
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The obligation to pay a tax arises from the right of the user to own freehold land with ownership interest, not necessarily from the property owned. Project Development Objective Terminology used by the World Bank to express the overarching objective that an investment project should have achieved at the end of its life cycle. Property Planning A series of actions that involve individuals and regulatory institutions, as regards the exercise of property rights, which aim to establish and record the origin, characteristics and scope of the rights of individuals and the property they own. The desired outcome is that all property and individuals who exercise ownership of such property have their rights to property ownership and absence of disputes with the rights of other owners established and guaranteed by relevant regulations.
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Score: 1199281.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...tracion-tierras/glossary/p/fr/
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Furthermore, the bulk of the shared property of certain cooperatives became the property by inheritance of persons who were not connected with the cooperative in question but who demanded their share of the allowance referring to the owned land. (...) Therefore it was needed to provide under legislative provisions for every agricultural employee a shared- property part ownership to the value of 20 gold crowns, and the shared-property owned by members had to be complemented up to 30 gold crowns, if it was less than that. (...) State property is still significant mainly because of the government-owned forest areas.
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Score: 1199238 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...LANDNET/2008/Hungary_Paper.pdf
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Microsoft Word - David Kanja - 2018VPD.docx UNITED NATIONS NATIONS UNIES Voluntary Public Disclosure 2018 Disclosing financial and other interests for the 2017 reporting year Having complied with the United Nations Financial Disclosure Programme (ST/SGB/2006/6), I hereby make a voluntary public disclosure in the following manner: Assets: Four (4) residential properties, jointly owned, USA Residential property, USA Real property, jointly owned, Kenya Brokerage Account, Fidelity, USA Brokerage Account, TD Ameritrade, jointly owned, USA Brokerage Account, TD Ameritrade, USA Profits from the sale of personal property: Nil Stock options: Nil Income from non-United Nations sources: Rental income from a residential property, USA Rental income from two (2) residential properties, jointly earned, USA Liabilities: Two (2) mortgages, Bank-Fund Staff Federal Credit Union, jointly held, USA Outside activities: Nil David Kanja Signature on file 7 January 2019 Name Signature Date
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Score: 1192863.9 - https://www.un.org/sg/sites/ww...avid%20Kanja%20-%202018VPD.pdf
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