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Law Declaring Public Beaches & Coast

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El Peruano (Ley que declara que las playas del litoral son bienes de uso público, inalienables e imprescriptibles y establecen zona de dominio restringido – Ley No. 26856 / Reglamento de la Ley No. 26856 – Decreto Supremo No. 050-2006-EF)
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The beaches of the coast of the Republic are property of public use, inalienable and imprescriptible. A beach is understood as the area where the coast is presented as an open flat with a gentle slope towards the sea and formed of sand or stone, pebbles or sand mixed with mud plus a strip not less than 50 meters wide parallel to the high line tide.

The entrance and use of the beaches is free, except in the cases stated in this Law.

Law that declares that the beaches of the coast are goods of public use, inalienable and imprescriptible and establishes a restricted domain area - (download the PDF in the attachment section below).

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