Land Caves Protection Act

March 24th, 2021 by nathan Leave a reply »

The lower Austrian provincial law to protect, maintain, and to the exploitation of natural caves while the nature protection act 1924 regulated protection of natural monuments, protection of the landscape and the protection of the animal and plant kingdoms in the Federal State of lower Austria, in the Centre of the country natural cave Protection Act was the protection, conservation and recovery of natural caves. In addition, there were more conservation laws in lower Austria, which are now published in the series of LawLeaks. The purpose of the law the purpose of the national cave Protection Act 1924 was the protection, conservation and recovery of natural caves in lower Austria, in particular their exploitation for tourism. Developed natural caves developed were considered natural caves which were harnessed to a specific economic purposes at the time of the entry into force of this country Act by labour and capital expenditures in manufacturing such equipment and safeguards against unauthorized use. Developed natural caves were in receivership of the Country be if is the omission of further recovery from public considerations, in particular for reasons of conservation, or just the recovery by the State or by another greater economic benefits capabilities or for the exploitation of untapped part of the cave right of disposal over the accessible part is required. Not developed natural caves are developed natural caves, the collecting entirely failed during three consecutive years, to evaluate such additional Nathurhohlen. The disposal of additional natural caves was reserved for the State of lower Austria. If the province of lower Austria not even recycled the natural cave, then the Government could let a third party recovery and set the conditions for this.

Methods for the development of the development and utilization of natural caves could be justified by permanent or temporary easement through expropriation, land and Buildings could be placed under compulsory lease, building materials such as wood, stones, gravel, sand could be replaced. The determination of the object and scope of forced lease, receivership, expropriation and replacement had to be made by the district authorities. Natural caves law enforcement of the State law and administrative penalties was completed by the district administrative authorities. Administrative penalties were to be imposed to a month 10,000,000 kroner or arrest.

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