of our country allows the use of any land except in accordance with
a specific purpose. Land code divides land according to its purpose
into 7 categories:
• lands of settlements;
• industrial land;
• agricultural land;
• forest Fund;
• water Fund;
• protected territories (sensitive sites, border areas);
• reserve lands.
In addition to the separation intended, there is a division in the
types of activities that might be on this plot of land to implement.
A list of possible categories of land use occupies not one page. We
consider only part of the list concerning the possible use of sites
in private ownership. They can be used:
• for agricultural production;
• as a private subsidiary farming;
• as allotments;
• farms (mostly livestock);
• for country construction
• for individual construction.
It would seem: some possible types of land use are very similar, but
they all have their nuances. So, on the plot for cottage construction
can be how to build a house and register there (so far only on paper)
and to plant a garden or vegetable garden. But in the garden, even
if they manage to build housing, to register there.
Plot for residential construction can't be used under a garden – it
must be built on.
On the land for farms, you cannot build a house without special permission
and then only if it belongs to the category of land settlements.
The owner of any parcel can change the view of its possible use. However,
you will need to provide a bunch of information and papers that does
not guarantee a positive consideration of the issue. Thus, buying
a plot of land, you should pay attention to: the purposes for which
it can be used and whether it is your plans for using the land.