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Resolution No. 110 of 1999 on conditions and procedures for granting grazing permits in accordance with the provisions of Decree Law No. 41 of 1988 and actions to be taken in violation of its provisions.

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This Law consists of 12 articles and aims at establishing conditions and procedures for granting grazing licenses.
To obtain a license is necessary: to be a Kuwaiti citizen, have more than 21 years, own more than 50 heads of sheep or goats, or 5 heads of camels or cows, and pay fees to the Authority (Art. 2). The license lasts two years and is renewable (Art. 3). The violation of the provisions of the Law will be punished with the seizure of cattle and the payment of a fine, as indicated in articles 4 10.
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The Law enters into force on the date of its publication in the Official Gazette.
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