Conservation facilitation is an agreement between a landowner and a landowner. It is an opportunity for a willing landowner to permanently limit activities on his land to the protection of nature. While a landowner still owns the land, a landowner gives or sells certain rights in the country to a “qualified owner” (usually land ownership) who effectively expires those rights forever. Relief is recorded in the register of deeds and works with the property. The owner then monitors the country every year forever (perpetuating) to ensure that the conditions of relief are met. In the United States, conservation facilitation (also known as a conservation association, conservation restriction or conservation ban) is a power invested in a private land protection organization (often called the Land Trust) or in a government (communal, county, state or federal) to limit the exercise of the rights that a landowner usually possesses in order to achieve certain conservation objectives. This is an interest in real estate based on an agreement between a landowner and a land trust or government unit. The facility “works with the land,” which means it applies to both current and future landowners. As with other real estate interests, local land registers cover the granting of conservation facilities; The grant is part of the property`s chain of ownership. Landowners in the United States who donate to a “qualified” land protection organization as a “qualifying” conservation facility under the internal Revenue Code may be entitled to a deduction from federal income tax corresponding to the value of their donation. The value of the facility gift, determined by a qualified appraiser, is the difference between the fair value of the property before and after the facility takes effect.
The administrative requirements for facilitating conservation for the promotion of conservation objectives also vary, but generally prohibit or restrict subdivision and other real estate developments in a significant way. The model provides three levels of protection to deal with different conservation objectives in a property, but one or two levels can be easily removed to be used with simpler projects. Property tax: To the extent that restrictions on the use of a property reduce its value, the valuation of a city should reflect this reduction. Landowners can also enrol their country in a special category of state tax reduction, called “independent space” when it meets certain criteria, and sustainable protection by ease often contributes to this qualification.