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Duties and Rights of the Central Committee for the Management of Cultural Land, Fallow Land and Waste Land (1991)

Section 1 : The duties and rights of the Central Committee for the Management of Culturable Land, Fallow land and Waste Land, constituted by the State Law and Order Restoration Council letter No. 023/1-1/Na Wa Ta, dated 26-9-91 are herewith prescribed.

Section 2 : The duties of the Central Committee for the Management of Culturable land, Fallow land and Waste land are as follows :-
(a) to systematically scrutinize all applications submitted to grant the right to cultivate land/right to utilize land by State-owned Economic Organizations and Cooperative Societies, Joint-Ventures, other organizations and private individuals for commercially using culturable land, fallow land and waste land for the purpose of carrying out agriculture, livestock breeding, aquaculture enterprises or other affiliated economic development enterprises and to grant the right to cultivate land/right to utilize land for those purposes in accordance with the existing land laws ;
(b) to instruct those persons who are granted the right to cultivate land/right to utilize land to furnish the prescribed security depending upon the type of enterprise at the commencement of business ;
(c) to assist those persons who are granted the right to cultivate land/right to utilize land, to acquire technology, quality seeds and other assistance that may be necessary depending upon the type of enterprise ;
(d) in the event that those persons who are granted the right to cultivate land/right to utilize land for those purposes should require loans for investment capital or the assistance of materials and services, to vet their requests and make necessary recommendations and co-ordinate those matters with the relevant Ministries ;
(e) to propagate widely information regarding the above mentioned matters via the public media i.e. radio, television and newspapers, so that those persons desiring to undertake commercial enterprises may be fully informed.