Da Nang: Implement regulations that require investors to put allocated or leased land into use

Source: Internet

Department of Natural Resources and Environment (TN-MT) of Danang City has just issued Notice No. 308/TB-STNMT on July 10, 2019 on the implementation of Point i, Clause 1, Article 64 of the 2013 Land Law to urgently invest in deploying allocated, leased land to use, avoid wasting land and unhealthy land speculation in the real estate market.


Point i, Clause 1, Article 64 of the 2013 Land Law on land recovery due to violations of the land law: Land allocated or leased by the State to implement investment projects without being used within the time limit 12 consecutive months or the land use progress is 24 months behind the schedule stated in the investment project, since the land is handed over on the ground;


In case the land is not put to use, the investor may extend the use term for 24 months and must pay to the State an amount corresponding to the land use levy or land rent for the time of delaying project implementation; Upon the expiry of the extended period, if the investor has not yet put the land into use, the State shall recover the land without compensation for land and properties attached to the land, except for cases of force majeure.


Accordingly, organizations, households and individuals have been allocated or leased land by the State and granted land use right certificates for non-agricultural production and business land (including production land, business and commercial land) but have not put the land in use for 12 consecutive months or the land use progress is delayed for 24 months compared to the schedule stated in the investment project after the land is actually delivered Geography is a violation of land law.


In the coming time, Danang Department of Natural Resources and Environment will preside over and coordinate with relevant units to conduct the inspection and strictly handle in accordance with the provisions of the violations specified in point i, clause 1, Article 64 of the 2013 Land Law.


According to Nam Phong