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Usage of Agricultural Land for Non-Agricultural Purposes in Slovakia

01 Jun 2018-EU agrarian Law (Sciendo)-Vol. 7, Iss: 1, pp 7-11
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors analyze the usage of agricultural land for non-agricultural purposes in Slovakia, the historical background of usage and protection of agricultural lands with emphasis on its withdrawal and administrative procedure.
Abstract: Abstract The paper analyzes the usage of agricultural land for non-agricultural purposes in Slovakia, the historical background of usage and protection of agricultural land with emphasis on its withdrawal and administrative procedure. It describes the historical development of usage and protection of agricultural land. The progress of agricultural land protection legislation correlates with the socio-economic determinants of a specific historical period. The paper reflects the administrative procedure of agricultural land withdrawal and significant measures for its protection. It also describes the decision-making process about the conversion of agricultural land, administrative procedures for agricultural land withdrawal, its reasons and also its conversion into another type of the agricultural land and measures protecting agricultural land acreage.

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors focus on the realization, impact, and sustainability of achieved project results of the Jean Monnet Programme at the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra.
Abstract: The land policy plays a key role in the frame of priorities of the EU and infl uences the political, economic and social development of countries and regions. The Faculty of European Studies and Regional Development of the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra has been active in various aspects of the policy mainly by the support of national and international funding programmes. One of the most actively developed European funding programme at the faculty is the Jean Monnet programme. The structure and priorities of the Jean Monnet programme are suffi ciently complemented to the mission and priorities of the faculty at the educational and scientifi c level. The paper especially focuses on the realization, impact and sustainability of achieved project results.

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors focus on the realization, impact, and sustainability of achieved project results of the Jean Monnet Programme at the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra.
Abstract: The land policy plays a key role in the frame of priorities of the EU and infl uences the political, economic and social development of countries and regions. The Faculty of European Studies and Regional Development of the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra has been active in various aspects of the policy mainly by the support of national and international funding programmes. One of the most actively developed European funding programme at the faculty is the Jean Monnet programme. The structure and priorities of the Jean Monnet programme are suffi ciently complemented to the mission and priorities of the faculty at the educational and scientifi c level. The paper especially focuses on the realization, impact and sustainability of achieved project results.

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