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NOTE VERBALE DATED 6 JANUARY 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF AZERBAIJAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
At the same time, according to preliminary estimates, in 14 cities and regions (Ganja, Mingachevir, Agdam, Agjabadi, Beylagan, Barda, Jabrayil, Fuzuli, Goranboy, Khojaly, Goygol, Tartar, Gabala and Dashkasan) a total of 3893 individual houses, 336 ancillary buildings, 120 multi-apartment residential buildings, , 6 private and 70 public, out of 76 social facilities, 24 production facilities, 218 trade facilities, 51 public catering facilities, 41 administrative buildings, 19 religious facilities, 716 destroyed livestock, 66 damaged cars including 62 others, a total of 5637 real estate objects were damaged for 57,011,613.23 AZN As a result of the events that took place in different regions since September 27, 2020, in connection with the ongoing aggressive wars of Armenia against our country, a total of 416 people were injured including 44 in the Agdam region,1 in Dashkasan, 19 injured in Fuzuli region, 11 in Goranboy region, 5 in Beylagan region, 58 in Tartar region, 18 in Aghjabadi, 2 from Jabrayil region, 1 from Tovuz region, 3 from Mingachevir region, 1 From Khojaly region, 14 in Barda and 2 in Lachin (Overall 179) Since September 27, 2020, a total of 60 criminal cases have been initiated on the fact of criminal acts committed by Armenian terrorist groups, including 4 criminal cases in the Goranboy district prosecutor's office, 12 in the Terter district prosecutor's office, 7 in the Aghdam district prosecutor's office, 4 in the Fuzuli district prosecutor's office, 1 in the Jabrayil district prosecutor's office, 1 criminal case in the Beylagan district prosecutor's office, 1 in the prosecutor's office of the Agjabadi district, 1 in the prosecutor's office of the Barda district, 1 in the prosecutor's office of the Lachin district, and 28 criminal cases in the A/HRC/46/G/3 GE.21-00954 3 Investigation Department of the Prosecutor General's Office initiated. (...) Also, as a result of the mentioned fires, a total of 44 residential and non-residential areas were damaged in the Jabrayil region on the mentioned dates. (...) They were illicitly transfered from the occupied territories, misappropriated, modified for the purpose of destruction or concealing the cultural, historical and scientific essence of it, moreover, the purpose of use of some has been deliberately changed, as a result of which cultural institutions, real or personal estates that worth billions of AZNs have been deliberately destroyed by putting fire, blasting or other hazardous ways.
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VISIT TO THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA :REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT
Although the Service indicated that only a small portion of its investments has, to its knowledge, gone into residential real estate, the Special Rapporteur is concerned as to whether due consideration is being given to possible adverse effects of investments in real estate on the enjoyment of the right to housing. The push of global investment into residential real estate has contributed significantly to the unaffordability of housing in many countries. Investment in real estate is not negative per se. However, there is a big difference between a public pension fund investing in social or public housing to promote a social goal and a public pension fund investing mainly in residential real estate in prime locations with the intention of maximizing profits, without any consideration for whether such investments may have any adverse effect on the realization of the right to housing.
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VISIT TO NEW ZEALAND :REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, LEILANI FARHA
A number of causes of the housing crisis have been identified, including a lack of supply of affordable and accessible housing, a limited supply of public housing, and foreign speculative investment in residential real estate. While these factors have indeed played a role, the crisis has its roots elsewhere. (...) Successive Governments have sought to introduce greater controls aimed at reducing real estate speculation and curbing some effects of financialization. (...) Even during the economic downturn related to the COVID-19 pandemic, housing prices continued to rise. According to the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand, in October 2020 median house prices reached new record highs across New Zealand, increasing by a further 19.8 per cent within one year.21 38.
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VISIT TO EGYPT :REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT
On average, public investment in formal residential areas has been far greater than in disadvantaged unplanned areas. (...) See Tadamun, Planning [in] Justice: Spatial Analysis for Urban Cairo (2018), p. 30 and passim. 27 See Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights general comment No. 7 (1997) on forced evictions. 28 Basic principles and guidelines on development-based evictions and displacement. 29 In addition, article 7 of Law 10/1990 on expropriation for public interest stipulates that an order to expropriate land or real estate should be published in the Official Gazette and two widely read newspapers for the purposes of notification. (...) The Government has offered to compensate owners with LE 1,400 per square metre, which residents consider to be far too low for land that is close to the Nile River and that could be used for tourism or upper-market real estate construction. Alternatively, the Government has offered relocation to Asmarat or to other housing projects located more than 10 km away. 57.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, RAQUEL ROLNIK : ADDENDUM
Despite the initial substantive budgetary investment40 and the fact that all major real estate developers joined the programme, it soon became clear that developers had taken advantage of all the facilities from the State for Rusunami apartments (subsidy and location) to build middle-class condominiums instead of low-cost apartments. (...) Proceedings of 2010 International Conference On Construction Real Estate Management (China Architecture Building Press, Royal on the Park Hotel, Brisbane), pp. 397-402, December 2010. (...) The situation has become more severe in the last 15 years, as private developers dominate urban development. Recently, real estate became a top commodity traded in the stock exchange market.52 The commercialization of urban land is widespread, followed by uncontrolled land speculation and monopolization which contributes to skyrocketing prices, particularly in urban centres, reducing land affordability for lower-income households.53 Most houses produced by real estate corporations are targeted for financial investments by the upper 10 per cent of urban population.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, RAQUEL ROLNIK : ADDENDUM
For the lower wealth quintiles, the rise in housing prices led to an increase in household expenses for housing, while for the upper wealth quintiles it led to a decrease. The rise in real estate prices also seriously affected the rental market.6 15. (...) These include: lack of monitoring capacity, weakness of the judicial authority in dealing with housing and real-estate disputes, the absence of a database on housing, lack of planning and zoning mechanisms and the absence of official budget lines for investment in the housing sector and the absence of a semi-public institution. (...) See Investment Opportunities – Project and Concept Profiles (2008), available from www.pipa.gov.ps/p_book.pdf. 46 The project is being developed by the Bayti Real Estate Company, a joint undertaking of the Qatari Government-owned Qatari Diar and Ramallah-based Massar International.
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WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE STATE OF PALESTINE: INDEPENDENT COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS - NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Israel also restricts the movement of Palestinians, divides some residential areas and isolates them from their agricultural land. (...) This targeting is also evident in the context of the settlers’ expansionist attack in Palestinian residential areas, where these settlers settle in Palestinian homes and property they seized through Israel’s Absentees property law, or claiming to have previously owned that property. (...) Since the early seventies, the Israeli settlement associations have been trying, as part of their ploys to Judaize and settle in Jerusalem, to “reclaim ownership” of real estate that was allegedly inhabited by Jewish families before the Nakba, as they claim.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, ON HER MISSION TO INDIA :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Landlessness and displacement in rural areas ...................................................................... 13 E. Land speculation and real estate investment ........................................................................ 14 F. (...) Real estate development, cranes and skyscrapers dotting the horizon, and billboards for new and luxurious accommodation are very much part of urban life in India. 55. (...) To help stimulate the real estate market, protect home buyers and provide greater transparency and stability within the housing market, India passed the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, MILOON KOTHARI :ADDENDUM
gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/R/ResidTenA94.pdf), a Residential Services (Accommodation) A/HRC/4/18/Add.2 página 8 national policy approach to tenancy laws. (...) Discrimination on the basis of homelessness by employers or real-estate agents is an important element which complicates the situation. (...) Other legislations, such as the anti-social behaviour amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act (NT), complicate the problem. 61.
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UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW : INFORMATION PRESENTED BY THE ALBANIAN PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE (OMBUDSMAN) : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The People’s Advocate requested from the Central Office of Real Estate Registration a general overview on the progress of the initial registration of estate property for the years 2011 and following, in how many cadastral areas is divided the territory of Albania, how many final decisions of CORER in districts and regions are registered in Local Office of Real Estate Registration of regions from the beginning of compensation process, how percent of the lands and territories are still unregistered, how many cadastral areas are not A/HRC/27/NI/6 10 GE.14-15658 in the process and are not updated for initial registration, which is the reason for this and the total surface of them, which are the reasons that have impeded the initial registration process of estate properties and if there is provided any legal initiative of legal reform to accelerate the process, if its planned any change of the Intersectional Strategy "Reform in the property rights area 2012-2020" and its Action Plan, approved by the Decision of Council of Ministers no. 405, dated 27.06.2012 , etc. (...) Respecting the rights of ex-owners to possess their property, the People’s Advocate conducted a study, for people and families directly affected by the emptying process of housing and the real opportunity state can meet their requirements for house according to the law. (...) Besides the Victims of Trafficking Center in Linza, there are some other residential centers that offer their services as civil society organizations, local and foreign, in accordance with the agreements they have with the competent authorities (Vatra, Tjeter Vizion, Arsis, etc.).
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