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Land Management, Cadaster, and Land Monitoring
Kuzina N.V., Bushina L.M., Vigilyanskaya A.O., Tovanchev I.V., Lapushkina A.A., Kuzina L.B., Orlova N.L., Zabugina T.M., Kovalenko A.A., Efimov O.E., Romanenkov V.A. - From the Long-Term Experience of the Stationary Shebantsevo № 5 to the Long-Term Experience of the Stationary Shebantsevo Modified № 5: Changes in Agrochemical Properties of the Soil and Product Quality pp. 1-76


Abstract: The history and changes in some agrochemical properties of the soil as well as the product quality and yield indicators in the transition from the experience of "Stationary Shebantsevo № 5" to the modified experience of "Stationary Shebantsevo Modified № 5" are considered. Sampling was carried out for soil - in 1992, 2004, 2011, 2014, 2016, and 2017, for plant products - in 2013, 2016, and 2017. To realize the purpose of the study, it was necessary to study the interrelationships between the agrochemical properties of the soil, the indices of product quality and yield, and also the content of certain microemoietic substances in raw materials. Instrumental laboratory ((infrared spectrometry, atomic-absorption photometry, flame spectrophotometry) and statistical analysis methods (Statistica 13.3) were used. The analysis of archival soil samples and plant raw materials provided by the Department of Long-Term Experiments of the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Agricultural Chemistry was carried out. In the process of studying the aftereffect of high doses of the organo-mineral fertilizer system and after the renewal of a long field experiment (with continuing and teachings aftereffect and the resumption of mineral fertilizers) allowed to outline the dynamics of changes of soil agrochemical indicators and the dynamics of change of indicators of quality of production and productivity ("Stationary Shebantsevo Modified, No. 5").
Samonchik O.A. - Some aspects of using agricultural land withdrawal rules for the purpose of subsurface resources management
pp. 21-27


Abstract: The author analyzes the use of land withdrawal rules for the purpose of subsurface resource management giving special attention to the withdrawal of agricultural lands which are the essential factor of rural territories substantial development and the basis of a country’s food safety. The author touches upon such unsettled or unclear aspects of land withdrawal as the fact that if an organization has a licence to use subsurface resources, it can’t be a reason for land withdrawal per se, and the fact that the interests of the agricultural sector in the preservation of valuable agricultural land plots are not taken into account when making subsurface sites available for use, and others. The research is based on the formal legal, abstract logical,  historical legal and comparative legal research methods. Based on the analysis of judicial practice, the author arrives at the following conclusions. The forcible withdrawal of lands from bona fide owners can only be justified by extraordinary state or municipal concern or public interests. Such a justification should be contained in the request of a subsurface user for land withdrawal; this should be established in chapter 7.1 of the Land Code of the Russian Federation describing the procedure of withdrawal of lands for public needs. This requirement would help prevent the withdrawal of valuable agricultural lands from the agricultural sector.   
Zemlyakova G.L. - On the procedure for calculating the time periods of non-exploitation of agricultural lands at their withdrawal from users pp. 39-46


Abstract: The subject of the research is the legal norms regulating the procedure for calculating the terms of non-use of agricultural lands, which allow state authorities to apply the procedure for their withdrawal from unscrupulous owners. In this regard, the author performs a retrospective analysis of the law regulating the turnover of agricultural land, taking into account all the changes and amendments, and identifies the shortcomings in the legal regulation of this sphere which prevent the involvement of land plots in agricultural turnover.The study is based on such general scientific methods as analysis, synthesis, generalization, comparison, as well as the following special scientific methods: historical-legal, formal-legal.The author concludes that repeatedly introduced amendments to article 6 of the Federal law of July 24, 2002 No. 101-FZ "on the turnover of agricultural land" have specified the rules governing the procedure for the withdrawal of unused land plots from owners. However, it has not solved the problem of non-use of land suitable for agricultural production.
Mel'nikov N.N. - On the concept and characteristics of a multi-boundary agricultural land plot pp. 42-47


Abstract: Special attention is paid to the concept, characteristics and specificity of multi-boundary agricultural land plots. In law enforcement practice, a multi-boundary land plot is an object of land relations, while the regulatory framework of the Russian Federation is characterized by significant gaps in regulating the regime of this plot. In particular, the Land code of the Russian Federation and other provisions of current legislation do not contain rules on the concept of a multi-boundary plot, the procedure for its formation and the legal regime. Features of the regime of multi-boundary agricultural land plots are also characterized by incomplete legal regulation.The problem of permissibility of border crossing of multi-boundary land plots and populated areas and (or) municipal formations is also characterized by lacunae which may lead to the placement of parts of a multi-boundary plot within various categories of lands. The article analyzes a number of controversial issues, including the multi-boundary plot as an object of rights and the economic need for the formation of such land plots in the absence of legally established criteria. In practice, there are examples of identifying a part of a multi-boundary plot with an ordinary land plot, which makes it difficult to distinguish these objects. In the author’s opinion, the question of multi-boundary land plots formation reasonability and the necessity to change and amend the Land Code of Russia with the corresponding provisions, is a topical question. The author arrives at the conclusion that it should not be acceptable if parts of multi-boundary agricultural lands come under various categories of lands.   
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