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UNDT/NBI/2009/051 Judgment UNDT/2010/056 Page 19 of 53 reported that on 8 April 2006, the Applicant had invited him to his house where he told him that his company would be blacklisted by MONUC because Ekima had an improperly close relationship with another Procurement Assistant. (...) He then invited the owner of Ekima to his house to continue the discussion. (...) UNDT/NBI/2009/051 Judgment UNDT/2010/056 Page 20 of 53 problems with his future contracts. According to the owner of Ekima, the Applicant on a third occasion requested Ekima to perform a complete renovation of a restaurant owned by his friend free of charge and the value for this would be about US$ 30,000 but he refused to grant services to the Applicant for the first time.
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Score: 1290968.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-056.pdf
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Also referred to as “units” or “privately owned units”. House rules: code of conduct that governs acceptable behaviour and relationships between unit owners (see definition). (...) The government should accept the responsibility of supporting the creation and operation of national, regional, and local umbrella organizations for owners’ associations. In particular, the government should support the activities of such organizations aimed at educating and Guidelines on the Management and Ownership of Condominium Housing Page | 13 training owners of housing units in condominiums as well as the professional managers of jointly owned properties. (...) Guidelines on the Management and Ownership of Condominium Housing Page | 16 In countries where compulsory membership in owners’ associations is not possible under existing laws, alternative methods for ensuring the administration of the jointly owned property must be introduced.
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Score: 1225048.6 - https://unece.org/DAM/hlm/docu..._Guidelines_ECE_HBP_198_en.pdf
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This is the approach taken in the System of National Accounts 1993 (SNA 1993) for owner-occupied housing: As well-organized markets for rented housing exist in most countries, the output of own-account housing ser- vices can be valued using the prices of the same kinds of services sold on the market with the general valuation rules adopted for goods and services produced on own account. (...) This approach is used by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics in order to determine expenditure weights for owner- occupied housing; i.e., home-owners are asked to estimate what their house would rent for if it were rented to a third party; see the Bureau of Labor Statistics (1983). (...) As is seen in paragraphs 23.121 to 23.133, the user cost for a house can differ substantially for a landlord compared to an owner.
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Score: 1183567.6 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...eau/stat/download/cpi/ch23.pdf
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This is the approach taken in the System of National Accounts 1993 (SNA 1993) for owner-occupied housing: As well-organized markets for rented housing exist in most countries, the output of own-account housing services can be valued using the prices of the same kinds of services sold on the market with the general valuation rules adopted for goods and services produced on own account. (...) This seemingly inconsistent treatment of durables is explained in the SNA 1993 as follows: The production of housing services for their own final consumption by owner-occupiers has always been included within the production boundary in national accounts, although it constitutes an exception to the general exclusion of own-account service production. (...) This approach is used by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics in order to determine expenditure weights for owner- occupied housing; i.e., home-owners are asked to estimate what their house would rent for if it were rented to a third party; see the Bureau of Labor Statistics (1983).
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Score: 1177974.6 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng.../cpi/corrections/chapter23.pdf
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Segunda Reunión Técnica del Programa de Comparación Internacional (PCI Technical Meeting on Special Surveys of the International Comparison Program (ICP) Cycle 2021 Jointly organized by: UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean CARICOM Secretariat RENTAL SURVEY 2021 CYCLE ALEJANDRA OVALLE STATISTICS DIVIS ION ECLAC Contents ▪Background ▪Specifications ▪Characteristics ▪Price measurements ▪Recommendations ▪Timeline 1.Background Definition System of National Accounts ▪When dwellings are rented by their owners, rentals are recorded as output of housing services by owners and final consumption expenditure by tenants. ▪When dwellings are occupied by their owners, the imputed value of the housing services enters into both the output and final consumption expenditure of the owners. Source: Manual of System National Accounts2008 (SNA2008) paragraph 9.57 Estimation methods Estimation of household expenditure on dwelling services in the GDP Calculation of PPPs for dwelling services HOUSING Actual rental / Rentals Imputed rental /Owner-occupied Actual expenditure by households on rents for dwellings Estimate of how much owner- occupiers would have paid in rent if not owning their dwellings Basic Headings of housing services 2.
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Score: 1160881.2 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...1-03-housing-rental-survey.pdf
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Handbook on Owner Driven Housing Reconstruction | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Nepal WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO OUR IMPACT GET INVOLVED Global Nav toggle Search WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO OUR IMPACT GET INVOLVED English Locations English pdf (15 MB) Home Nepal Handbook on Owner Driven Housing Reconstruction Handbook on Owner Driven Housing Reconstruction English pdf (15MB) Download Handbook on Owner Driven Housing Reconstruction February 2, 2022 This Handbook is designed to serve as a guide for those tasked with responding to post-disaster housing reconstruction using an owner-driven housing reconstruction (ODHR) approach.  (...) Although it is based on UNDP experience in Nepal, the Handbook has been designed as a guide for post-disaster housing reconstruction programmes in any context. Wherever relevant, the Nepal experience has been put up as box items in the Handbook to enable readers to visualize what actually happens during the housing reconstruction process. The Handbook is intended to help governments, international and national agencies and civil societies to respond quickly after a disaster and prepare them for future hazards, as well as enabling them to support resilient reconstruction.
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Score: 1156544.1 - https://www.undp.org/nepal/pub...-driven-housing-reconstruction
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There are two forms to report the data necessary to calculate the PPPs for housing services according to the two PCI methods: ICP Approach: housing surveys 1. (...) This information is disaggregated by: ▪ Type of construction of each dwelling (house or apartment) ▪ Location of each dwelling (urban or rural) Data Form: Housing Volume Reference Year Houses ( H ) Apartments ( A ) Number of dwelling units Number of occupants Number of rooms Usable surface area in m 2 Electricity Inside water Private toilets Central heating Air conditioning Rented Owner occupied * Dwelling Total ( C ) and Location Total ( L ) would yield the same number. ( C ) = ( L ) Rural ( R ) Location Total ( L )* = ( U + R ) Number of dwelling units with: Informal dwellings (I) Comments (please include any information that helps to understand the above data): Data is to be provided for the Reference Year or its best estimate; please provide additional information on the reference year, if needed, in the comments box below. (...) The floors are usually made of materials such as concrete, cement, brick, and tiles. Houses and apartments. Houses include single-detached, semi-detached, attached, terraced and town houses.
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Score: 1140189.1 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...housing-volume-survey-form.pdf
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Guidelines on Social Housing Given the increasing challenges faced by the socially vulnerable in the housing sector and the importance of affordable housing for socially cohesive societies, countries of the UNECE region are beginning to realize the need for a renewed and stronger role of the state in the provision of social housing. (...) The Guidelines on Social Housing are designed to enable policymakers to assess the various policy options currently available for the provision of social housing. They address the institutional, legal and economic frameworks for social housing and experience with social housing design.
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Score: 1128950.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...2006/UNECE_weekly_2006-174.pdf
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Microsoft Word - WTACCAFG5A1_LEG_16 Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan Ministry of Justice OFFICIAL GAZETTE Extra Ordinary Issue Law on Trade Marks Registration Date: 1st September, 2009 ISSUE NO: (995) Decree of the President of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan On Promulgation of the Law On Trade Marks Registration No: (111) Date: 27 August, 2009 Article 1: Base on the(16th ) sub- article order of the 64th Article of the Constitution ; I promulgate the Law On Trade Marks Registration based on the approvals of the Lower House numbered (138) of 11 May , 2009 and of the Upper House numbered (122) of 1 June , 2009 of the National Assembly which is of (5) Chapters and (36) Articles. Article 2: The decree is in effect from the date of promulgation and shall be published along together with the Approval of the National Assembly (Lower House & Upper House) Hamid Karzai, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Approval of the Lower House Law On Trade Marks Registration S.N (138) Date: 11 May, 2009 Under the shade light of the of 97th Article of Constitution, the Lower House of Afghanistan approved the Law On Trade Marks Registration on Tuesdays General Meeting of 11 May , 2009 which is in (5) Chapters and (36) Articles. Mohammad Yunis Qanoni President of the Lower House Approval of the Upper House Law On Trade Marks Registration NO: (122) Date: 31 May, 2009 Under the shade light of the of 97th Article of Constitution, the Upper House of Afghanistan approved the Law On Trade Marks Registration on General Meeting of 31 May , 2009 which is in (5) Chapters and (36) Articles.
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Score: 1128547.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/afg_e/WTACCAFG5A1_LEG_16.pdf
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Estimation methods Estimation of household expenditure on dwelling services in the GDP Calculation of PPPs for dwelling services HOUSING Rentals Owner-occupied Actual expenditure by households on rents for dwellings Estimate of how much owner- occupiers would have paid in rent if not owning their dwellings ICP approach for housing household expenditure and PPPs Rental Owner- occupied GDP PPPs Rental Survey Rental Survey Rental Equivalents User Cost Method Rental Survey Quantity or Direct Volume Method Data requirement for housing volume Quantity Method Housing Volume form ▪ Number of dwelling units ▪ Number of rooms ▪ Number of occupants ▪ Quality Information including electricity, inside water, private toilet, etc. ▪ Percent of dwelling units (rented/owner-occupied) ▪ Quantity info according to dwelling type, construction type and location Method Survey Form Global Specifications Data to be provided Key definitions (1/4) ▪ Reference year. (...) The floors are usually made of materials such as concrete, cement, brick, and tiles. ▪ Houses and apartments. Houses include single-detached, semi-detached, attached, terraced and town houses. (...) Also known as informal housing, informal settlements or 'implantations sauvages'.
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Score: 1116741.3 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...1-03-housing-volume-survey.pdf
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