Transfer of the Cabinet office in the manufacture and issuance of state acts on the ownership of the land and the right of permanent use of land from local authorities to the State Committee of Ukraine on land resources will lead to a simplification of the registration of land rights.
This is the opinion UNIAN senior lawyer of Arzinger Dmitriy Shevchenko, commenting on the bill of the government.
Lawyer believes that the proposed changes should result in a centralized process of registration of ownership and constant use.
At the same time, should the proposed legislation, the executive bodies of local councils will lose some authority in the sphere of land relations, and accordingly, they have reduced revenue items.
However, according to D. Shevchenko, is expected to simplify the procedure of state registration of rights to land, and if they continue this trend in land reform - the creation of a single base property registration.
As UNIAN reported earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers proposes to transfer powers to ensure the production and issuing of state acts on the ownership of the land and the right of permanent use of land by local authorities, the State Committee for Land Resources.
Under the bill № 7059 "On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine (concerning authority to register land ownership rights), tabled in Parliament on August 28 this year, the government proposes to add art. 15 Land Code of Ukraine, paragraph "d ?», which extend the powers of the central executive authority on issues of land resources (SLC), adding the authority to ensure the production and issuing of state acts on the ownership of the land and the right of permanent use of land.
In this case, the Cabinet suggested that Part 2 of subsection b Art. 33 of the Law of Ukraine "On Local Self-Government in Ukraine", which the councils of village and city councils could delegate its powers to the executive bodies for registration of land ownership, registration of land-use rights and leases of land, issuing statements of ownership and land use.