Myanmar

The Forest Law 1992

Legislative
Act; Law
Passed in 1992
The Forest Law establishes the framework for the conservation and the management of forest land. 

The law provides: 1) the identification of 'Reserved Forest' and of 'Protected Public Forest'; 2) the functions and responsibilities of the Forest Department; 3) the establishment of Forest Plantation; 4) the permission for Extraction of Forest Produce; 5) the disposal of drift, stranded and ownerless timber; 6) the establishment of wood-based industry; etc. 

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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