On October 15, 2013, the Government issued Decree No. 126/ND-CP on guiding the implementation of national assembly’s resolution No. 49/2013/QH13 of June 21, 2013, on extension of the duaration of land use for cultivation of annual drops, aquaculture or salt making of households and individuals.
Accordingly, in case land use duration was expired but the State didn’t adjust the duration of the land use; the households and individuals will be allowed to continue using the land until the Land Law of amendment takes effect. The following case will enjoy this policy:
Households, individuals using land which has been assigned by the State for cultivation of annual crops, aquaculture, salt making in accordance with the Government’s Decree No. 64/CP of September 27, 1993, Decree No. 85/1999/ND-CP dated August 28, 1999, Decree No. 181/2004/ND-CP dated October 29, 2004 and households, individuals assigned agricultural land as prescribed in Clause 1 of this Article and using land with use-rights admitted for cultivation aof annual crops, aquaculture or salt making within the limits of assignment of agricultural land; land with the limits of reception of transfer of the agricultural land-use-rights of households or individuals; land with the land-use-rights inherited as prescribed by laws.
Households, individuals using land extended the duration of land use shall be entitled to all legitimate rights as provided for by the 2003 Land Law. Orders, procedures for implementing the rights of exchange, transfer, lease, inheritance, donation of land-use-rights in accordance with the prevalling land laws.
This Decree takes effect on October 15, 2013.
To download this Decree, please click this link: 54905_126-2013-ND-CP
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