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Decree No. 4.892 regulating Act No. 93 creating the Fund for Land and Agricultural Reform.

Country/Territory
Brazil
Document type
Regulation
Date
2003 (2018)
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Subject
Agricultural & rural development, Land & soil
Keyword
Agricultural development Agricultural land Subsidy/incentive Special fund
Geographical area
Americas, South America
Entry into force notes
This Decree enters into force on the day of its publication.
Abstract

This Decree, consisting of 9 Chapters, regulates Act No. 93 creating the Fund for Land and Agricultural Reform. It establishes requirements to be met in order to benefit from financial assistance by the Fund. The financial resources constituting the Fund for Land and Agrarian Reform will be used to finance the acquisition of rural property directly by workers, associations or cooperatives, and other resources for initial investments to re-structure productive units and accessory expenses may be

Full text
Portuguese
Website
www.planalto.gov.br

References - Legislation

Implements

Act No. 93 creating the Fund for Lands and Agricultural Reform - 'Banco da Terra'.

Legislation | Brazil | 1998

Keyword: Special fund, Land reform, Agricultural land, Family farming

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Repeals

Decree No. 3.475 regulating Act No. 93 on the Fund for Lands and Agricultural Reform - 'Banco da Terra'.

Legislation | Brazil | 2000 | Repealed

Keyword: Special fund, Land reform, Agricultural land

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Amended by

Decree No. 8.025 amending Decree No. 4.892 regulating Act No. 93 creating the Fund for Land and Agricultural Reform.

Legislation | Brazil | 2013

Keyword: Agricultural development, Agricultural land, Subsidy/incentive, Special fund, Land reform, Land tenure

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Decree No. 8.500 amending Decree No. 4.892 on the Fund for Land and Agricultural Reform.

Legislation | Brazil | 2015

Keyword: Agricultural development, Agricultural land, Subsidy/incentive, Special fund

Source: FAO, FAOLEX