Registration of land rights depending on the evolution of land legislation

Show simple item record Botnarenco, Ion Zubco, Efim 2021-04-26T09:15:06Z 2021-04-26T09:15:06Z 2017
dc.identifier.citation BOTNARENCO, Ion, ZUBCO, Efim. Registration of land rights depending on the evolution of land legislation. In: RevCAD Journal of Geodesy and Cadastre. 2017, vol. 23, pp. 29-40. ISSN 2068-5203. en_US
dc.identifier.issn 2068-5203
dc.description.abstract Over a relatively short period of time, the legislative framework of the Republic of Moldova has undergone a fundamental evolution: from state monopolism to private ownership of the land fund. Land legislation, which is dominated by private ownership, in the period 1992-2017, which we will consider as the current period, has also undergone, under the influence of economic relations and implementation of economic policies, a structural evolution by forming new types of rights with social, economic and ecological content. The main issue that has become current in the context of these developments is related to the recognition and protection of the newly formed rights. An important role in solving this crucial problem is given to the registration of the newly formed rights. The analysis of the created situation confirms its objective need and also the interaction between the land registration process (real estate as a whole) and the law development process. The lack of interaction and the denial of objectivity of this interaction represent the beginning of a social economic crisis. Current status of this situation is being studied in the Republic of Moldova. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject legislație funciară en_US
dc.subject drepturi asupra terenurilor en_US
dc.subject înregistrarea drepturilor en_US
dc.subject protecția drepturilor en_US
dc.subject Republica Moldova en_US
dc.subject land legislation en_US
dc.subject land rights en_US
dc.subject registration of rights en_US
dc.subject protection of rights en_US
dc.subject Republic of Moldova en_US
dc.title Registration of land rights depending on the evolution of land legislation en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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