The following is a translation of the Legislative Decree 55 of 2013 on granting permits to private security companies promulgated on August 5, 2013.
This text regulates rental contracts signed for residential properties before February 2001 and for commercial properties before February 2006. For rental contracts signed after these dates, it is Law No. 6 of 2001 that applies.
This text amends the Conscription Law of 2007. The full text of the Law that you can read here has been corrected accordingly.
This text determines the territorial waters of Syria and their use, including its exclusive economic zone. It is particularly relevant given the country's potential offshore oil and gas resources. This text is translated with its latest amendment.
This text, enacted at the beginning of 2018, establishes a protected area around the Fijeh Springs, which involves the expropriation of real estate within the immediate surrounding of the water canals that transport water from the springs to Damascus.
The following decision and its implementation instructions regulate investment in Syria's tourism sector.
This text, published more than a decade ago, regulates private sector investment projects licensed by the Syrian Investment Agency.
This decree passed in 2012 regulates the reclamation of agricultural land and its redistribution to new beneficiaries.
This law is a key part of the legal corpus dedicated to the real estate sector that the Syrian government has been developing in the past few years.
This text enables the government to seize the assets, including real estate property, of individuals accused of crimes gainst the state's security, i.e. who fall under the Counterterrorism Law of 2012.
This law amends Law No. 10 of 2018 on the establishment of development zones in administrative units.
This law determines the removal and sale of debris from damaged buildings in Syria, and governs the process for identifying, removing, and selling debris from zones identified by the Governor.
This law considers null the registration of property rights in areas outside regime control.
This law is supposed to answer to the challenge posed by the large number of land and real estate property documents that were lost or damaged during the conflict.
This legislative decree was initially part of a set of legal texts that contributed to the liberalization of the banking sector.
This law, which establishes a counter-terrorism court, dates back to around a year after the beginning of the Syrian uprising.
This law regulates the promotion of, and subscription in, real estate projects licensed under the Real Estate Development and Investment Law (Law No. 15 of 2008).
The text of the law regulating military conscription including its amendments.
The full text of Law No. 10, which amends Decree No. 66 of 2012 and extends its provisions to the whole of Syria.
The text of Decree No. 66 of 2012, which enables the expropriation of two districts of Damascus.