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As an operator, if I am licensed to fly in one State, does that automatically qualify for me to operate in other countries? As a regulator, what would be the most important item to take into consideration when drafting regulations for small unmanned aircraft systems? (...) They can be accommodated in airspace with appropriate consideration given to the risk they pose to other aircraft, people and property on the ground. Do I need permission to operate a UAS/RPAS for recreation or as a hobby in a State other than my own? (...) As an operator, if I am licensed to fly in one State, does that automatically qualify for me to operate in other countries? NO, all States have their own regulations.
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Score: 932307.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/UA/UASToolkit/Pages/FAQ.aspx
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The key element of this definition is that those companies qualify as performing public functions that handle state properties, while the Company is operated upon its own private funds. (...) Therefore the Company had to be qualified as a wielder of public data both according to the terms of the Data Protection Act I and according to the definition of the Act on State Property. 4 1.3. (...) As a State owned company the Company ipso facto handles State resources, therefore it qualifies as performing public functions even according to the Act on State Property. 1.4.
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Score: 932225 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/pp/c...ion_PaksNPP_Hungary_signed.pdf
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. – France: SAFER; contribute to balanced and sustainable rural land development – Poland: APA; restructure, privatise and administrate State Treasury property designated for agricultural purposes, create and improve family farms’ structure and create favourable conditions for rational exploitation of agricultural land 5 2/9/2011 9 Other European Land Funds • Different types and functions of land funds in Europe according to different contexts • Types of Organizations - significant variety; – Corporate bodies or State institutions mainly under jurisdiction of the Ministry of Agriculture (or jointly with other Ministry, like Finance) – State enterprises under the Ministry of Rural Affairs / Rural Development – Shareholding companies under government supervision. • Functions - large spectrum; – Broad support to sustainable land development – Provide area for change in land use – General improvement of agricultural activity conditions – Promote land market and land consolidation projects – Create and improve family farms’ structure – Restructure, privatise and administrate the State properties. 2/9/2011 10 PART II Analysis of models • Mission and objectives of the Land Fund • New instruments • Criteria for evaluating Land Fund models • Model 1: integration in National Land Service • Model 2: Integration in State Land Survey Institute • Model 3: Integration in Municipalities • Overview of evaluation results 6 2/9/2011 11 Mission and objectives of Land Fund Proposed Mission: ‘The Lithuanian Land Fund stimulates a viable land use structure in rural areas.’ (...) NLS offers good basis for territorial development approach – Mandating state land management well possible in a State Institution – Existing experience, skilled staff, redistribution of revenues – Good opportunities to maintain qualified staff at county level – Non-profit oriented mission match with socio-economic objectives – Transparency by good monitoring (structure and software) • Main disadvantages – Revolving Land Fund management requires budgetary structure not common for State Institutions – Conversion of NLS in programming / organising agency requires capacity build up in Ministry 12 2/9/2011 23 Required (new) legislation • Law on Land Fund (proposal): - “Land Fund“ – State property placed under specific legal regime - Inclusion of property into „Land Fund“ – criteria / principles - Subjects involved in management of the „Land Fund“, their powers, rights and obligations - Financial mechanism of the „Land Fund“ • Government Decree on Management of the „Land Fund 2/9/2011 24 Amendment of existing legal acts • Main legal acts to be amended: - Law on Land; Forestry Law - Law on Management, Use and Disposal of State-owned and Municipal Property - Law on Land Reform - Provisional Law on the Acquisition of Agricultural Land - Law on Territorial Planning - Law on Public Procurement 13 2/9/2011 25 PART IV Conclusions 2/9/2011 26 Main conclusions • Strong international statement for using Land Funds • European Land Funds: mainly national level under state supervision • Mission Lithuania: ‘The Lithuanian Land Fund stimulates a viable land use structure in rural areas.’ • New instruments and better coordination of instruments • Three models assessed on basis of 9 criteria: two models qualify • Preferred model: Integration of Land Fund in National Land Service • Main advantages: good synergy of tasks, proper mandate, well experienced, good preconditions for transparency, non profit orientation • Main point for attention: revolving fund management • Several amendments for the legal framework necessary • Step by step approach for establishment • Positive impact on Rural Development Programme 2007 - 2013 14 2/9/2011 27 More information Full report on: http://www.nzt.lt/assets/files/ivairus/Lithuanian%20Land%20Fund%20Study%20Report%20Feb %202010%20ENG.pdf Thank you for your attention!
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Score: 931491.1 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ANDNET/2010_2/Lithuania_en.pdf
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Trade secrets are intellectual property (IP) rights on confidential information which may be sold or licensed. In general, to qualify as a trade secret, the information must be: commercially valuable because it is secret, be known only to a limited group of persons , and be subject to reasonable steps taken by the rightful holder of the information to keep it secret, including the use of confidentiality agreements for business partners and employees. (...) Laws and treaties International treaties The Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property (Paris Convention) administered by WIPO deals partly with the protection of trade secrets as does the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement).
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Score: 930383.1 - https://www.wipo.int/tradesecrets/en/
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There are a number of terms that are generally synonymous with this use of the word land: ‘real estate’, ‘real property’ or even in casual use, simply ‘property’. (...) Munro-Faure, P, 1996c term ‘property’ has a meaning wider than real property but this paper deals only with immovable property. (...) However, some private property and an informal property market existed in most of the transition countries to some extent, depending on the severity with which communist ideology was interpreted and applied.
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Score: 926159.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ad/misc/ffd2000/realestate.pdf
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Different and competing forms of energy are therefore subject to strongly divergent international rules, depending on whether they qualify as a good or a service. The same applies to the operation of trade remedies, in particular because of the absence of disciplines on subsidies in services. (...) It also entails technology and thus is affected by intellectual property rights. The sector shows a high level of governmental involvement which calls for coherent rules on competition and government procurement. (...) They may also incorporate provisions of agreements outside the scope of the WTO, as did the TRIPS Agreement for the Paris and Berne Conventions on industrial property and copyright. Or, they allow reference to other provisions without incorporating them, for example a future and revised UNFCCC or Kyoto Protocol.
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Score: 925318.6 - https://www.wto.org/french/res...r10_forum_f/wtr10_7may10_f.htm
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Different and competing forms of energy are therefore subject to strongly divergent international rules, depending on whether they qualify as a good or a service. The same applies to the operation of trade remedies, in particular because of the absence of disciplines on subsidies in services. (...) It also entails technology and thus is affected by intellectual property rights. The sector shows a high level of governmental involvement which calls for coherent rules on competition and government procurement. (...) They may also incorporate provisions of agreements outside the scope of the WTO, as did the TRIPS Agreement for the Paris and Berne Conventions on industrial property and copyright. Or, they allow reference to other provisions without incorporating them, for example a future and revised UNFCCC or Kyoto Protocol.
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Score: 925318.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...r10_forum_e/wtr10_7may10_e.htm
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Different and competing forms of energy are therefore subject to strongly divergent international rules, depending on whether they qualify as a good or a service. The same applies to the operation of trade remedies, in particular because of the absence of disciplines on subsidies in services. (...) It also entails technology and thus is affected by intellectual property rights. The sector shows a high level of governmental involvement which calls for coherent rules on competition and government procurement. (...) They may also incorporate provisions of agreements outside the scope of the WTO, as did the TRIPS Agreement for the Paris and Berne Conventions on industrial property and copyright. Or, they allow reference to other provisions without incorporating them, for example a future and revised UNFCCC or Kyoto Protocol.
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Score: 925318.6 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/re...r10_forum_s/wtr10_7may10_s.htm
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Score: 925318.6 - https://www.wipo.int/academy/en/news/2021/news_0041.html
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In this case, and upon receipt of the annual membership fees, ICAO will notify the Candidate that it is now a TRAINAIR PLUS Associate Member. 10 STP DEVELOPMENT In order to achieve TRAINAIR PLUS Full membership, organizations have to qualify first for TRAINAIR PLUS Associate membership, and then develop Standardized Training Packages (STPs) in accordance with the “Training Development Guidelines (TDG)”. (...) This means that they have to maintain the appropriate number of qualified and active course developers to ensure they meet membership requirements. (...) This request must be signed by the focal point identified by the Member (refer to section 5 of this document). 11.3 MASTER COPIES STPs shall remain the property of the organization that developed it. The originating organization shall retain a master hard and soft copy.
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Score: 922935.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Tr...equirements%20section%2010.pdf
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