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    Ministerial Resolution No. 114 About the Nuhurluls. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2007 | MNG-2007-R-91036

    This Ministerial Decree establishes that Nuhurlul shall be voluntary association of citizens with dominated rights to own the forest, organized on a contract basis to protect and rationally utilize and restore forest in a given territorial and administrative division. The number of members in Nuhurlul should be more than 30 (15 families) in Khangai area, more than 20 (10 families) in Gobi-Prairie Area; the size of forest reserve for 1 Nuhurlul in Khangai Area is less than 10,000 ha; forest protecting, rationally utilizing and breeding shall be financed from the partnerships budget. Nuhurlul members┐ session shall approve: (a) contract; (b) Nuhurlul regulations; (c) forest protection activities programme; and (d) forest management plan. Duties of Nuhurluls: (a) protect the forest area from the fire, pest infection, disease; (b) organize the reproduction of forest resources; (c) forest maintenance and cleaning under the guidelines of professional organizations; (d) control of level and size of making firewoods (license, certificates of origin, transportation regulations); and (d) control the illegal activities of tourists.

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