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For example, land co-owners must inform by a registered mail (by handing over) the other co- owner (co-owners) of this land parcel about the intention to sell the land and the conditions. (...) Pre-emption rights are not widely used. 14 2.7 Portugal Objective Pre-emption rights (buying / selling non-urban parcels) exist in two different situations: In general: (1) according to the civil code, every neighbouring owner (if he/she owns an area that is smaller than the minimum considered by law to be profitable) has the right to request the pre-emptive right when a parcel is to be sold; within land consolidation projects’ area, this right is granted no matter the area that the neighbour owns; (2) also according to the civil code, co-owners have the pre-emptive right to buy the fraction of the parcel at stake; (3) in the law that regulates the renting of rural land, the farmer who rents a parcel for over three years has the pre-emptive right to buy this parcel; In particular: within land consolidation projects: DGADR has the pre-emptive right to buy a parcel in this area over the neighbouring owner that has an area which is larger than the minimum considered by law to be profitable. (...) If there is more than one co-owner, the preference is given to the co- owner with the biggest share.
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Score: 971654.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../LANDNET/2012/DLG_Holst_en.pdf
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Within the privately owned housing stock, only 5000 homeowners’ associations have been formally registered. (...) External financing through lending institutions would greatly help improve the housing stock. Loan security for the existing housing stock is dependent on the transfer of ownership of the land under and adjacent to the buildings to private homeowners (condominiums/owners’ associations). (...) Some 12 million people have become the legal owners of 119 million hectares of prime agricultural land.
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Score: 971454.3 - https://unece.org/DAM/hlm/docu...003/hbp/hbp.2003.7.add.1.e.pdf
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This management structure used to be there before 1989 when houses were owned by the state. After 1989 as tenants became owners there was no structure in place to effectively manage these high rise houses. (...) What was and is still needed are home owners associations. However in order for these associations to function properly, legislation has to be in place to give them sufficient power to act. (...) Two major problems of the housing sector will be taken up. Firstly, as mentioned above, the multi-family housing stock which is of great concern to Eastern and Central Europe.
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Score: 964430.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...2006/UNECE_weekly_2006-190.pdf
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Broekhuizen, managing director 2.4 Contact details (include address, phone, fax, email) PO Box 730 1000 AS Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel: +31 20 556 71 00 Fax +31 20 556 71 92 e-mail: k.broekhuizen@annefrank.nl 3 IDENTITY AND DESCRIPTION OF THE DOCUMENTARY HERITAGE 3.1 Name and identification details of the items being nominated Diaries of Anne Frank: - On display in the Anne Frank House, Prinsengracht 267, Amsterdam, the Netherlands since 1986. - On a permanent loan agreement between Anne Frank Stichting (the trustee of the Anne Frank House) and Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie (the custodian of the diary) - The Dutch state is the official owner of the diary 3.2 Description The Diary consists of: - a red and white chequered diary (where she kept her first diary entries from June 1942 to December of that same year) - two thick hardcover school exercise books (in which she continued her diary entries until August 1, 1944) - 360 loose sheets of thin copy paper she used to edit and rewrite all of her diary entries. (...) Anne Frank Fonds and NIOD, has realized facsimiles of Anne Frank’s manuscripts. 5 LEGAL INFORMATION 5.1. Owner of the documentary heritage (name and contact details) the Dutch state c/o Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap Postbus 16375 2500 BJ 'S-GRAVENHAGE The Netherlands 5.2 Custodian of the documentary heritage (name and contact details, if different to owner) Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie (NIOD) Herengracht 380 1016 CJ AMSTERDAM The Netherlands 5.3 Legal status: (a) Category of ownership owned by the Dutch state (b) Accessibility through the Anne Frank Stichting (c) Copyright status by the Anne Frank Fonds in Basel, Switzerland (d) Responsible administration (e) Other factors 6 MANAGEMENT PLAN 6.1 Is there a management plan in existence for this documentary heritage? (...) These procedures are continually updated. - Clear agreements and communication with other parties involved 7 CONSULTATION 7.1 Provide details of consultation about this nomination with (a) the owner of the heritage (b) the custodian (c) your national or regional Memory of the World committee (a) advice has been sought from the Dutch state through the Director of Research and Science Policy with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.
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Score: 963589.1 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...anne_frank_nomination_form.pdf
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-Social objectives relating to housing rehabilitation and the provision of community facilities in order to attract new residents. (...) In most of these projects emphasis is placed on housing rehabilitation, up grading or provision of community facilities, landscaping and pedestrianization schemes. (...) These projects provided also community facilities and succeeded to attract young couples with children who are willing to live in these areas permanently. These housing rehabilitation schemes met the challenge to combine conservation objectives with socio economic revitalization and stimulated the private owners to invest and reuse their own traditional buildings.
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Score: 961592.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ocuments/NicosiaMasterPlan.pdf
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The privatisation of housing has resulted in very high levels of owner occupation in some countries and a consequent dearth of social housing. (...) As a result the legislation governing reforms ide for other uses including housing and industry. Politicians have had to decide whether state owned land should be treated differently from -owned the chain of title has been broken for state owned land (through outright nationalisation), or such land was previously owned been devised, for example, sale, lease or free grant distribution. tution and distribution are discussed. (...) By contrast, in Albania, there were no private rights in land whatever. Housing in some countries, such as Bulgaria, was provided through co-operatives using the savings of their members, so that something akin to owner occupation could exist.
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Score: 961344.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ad/misc/ffd2000/realestate.pdf
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In his comments, he states that while he appears on paper to be the owner of the apartment at 140 East 56th Street, NY, the apartment actually belongs to his father. 51. (...) Eve de Lengaigne and the other witnesses heard by OIOS, all of their testimony should be discarded; d. He is not the owner of the apartment located at 140 East 56th Street, 14H, New York, NY 10022, United States. (...) Guy Bastet, was the sole owner of the apartment located at 140 East 56th Street; the OIOS investigators did not take the Applicant's exculpatory evidence into account; f.
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Score: 960458.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2013-172e.pdf
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3) How to increase renting and non-owner housing opportunities in these settlements? (...) In short: how does one make room in the existing housing stock? The lecture will present data drawn from a multi-country/city collaborative study to examine self-built housing in old established low-income neighborhoods. (...) The sociology and household arrangements of these neighborhoods are poorly understood, including: the low mobility and turnover of ownership; the dynamics of physical dwelling expansion and consolidation; the succession by second generations as they inherit and continue to use the properties of their parents. The housing market in these innerburbs is dysfunctional because few owners wish or are able to sell-out due to ongoing use value, housing needs and expectations of their adult children, and a lack of formal financing to facilitate sales and buy-outs by other lower income families.
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Score: 960365 - https://unhabitat.org/densific...ter-ward-university-of-texas-2
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Guidelines on the Management and Ownership of Condominium Housing | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Housing and Land Management Housing and Land Management About us Secretariat Composition The Committee Bureau of the Committee History of the Committee The Working Party Bureau of the Working Party Terms of Reference REM Advisory Group members Brochures Geneva UN Charter on Sustainable Housing Geneva UN Charter Centres of Excellence Regional Action Plan 2030 Areas of Work Sustainable Housing and Real Estate Markets Affordable and Social Housing, Housing Finance Past activities Energy Efficiency in Buildings Sustainable Urban Development Sustainable Smart Cities Forum of Mayors National Urban Policies Land Administration and Management Land Administration Reviews Country Profiles on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management Projects Inter-regional cooperation for the implementation of the New Urban Agenda Norwegian project Post COVID-19 Recovery in Informal Settlements in the ECE Region UNDA 13th tranche project on building economic resilience after COVID-19 UNDA 12th tranche project on innovative financing for sustainable smart cities UNDA 11th tranche UNDA 10th tranche UNDA 9th tranche Armenia Training materials Meetings and Events Publications and reports Standards Press Releases Videos Contact us Quick links Guidelines on the Management and Ownership of Condominium Housing Guidelines on the Management and Ownership of Condominium Housing Housing and Land Management Other - Housing and Land Management Published: November 2019 Effective and efficient housing management is important to support the implementation of key UN agreements, including the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the New Urban Agenda and the Geneva UN Charter on Sustainable Housing. The study “Guidelines on the Management and Ownership of Condominium Housing” developed by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) and the Real Estates Market Advisory Group (REM), intends to assist national and municipal authorities, as well as new unit owners by providing timely guidance on issues requiring legal-regulatory intervention, capacity-building, design of financing schemes, and best practices. The study builds upon its predecessor document "Guidelines on the Management and Ownership of Condominium Housing for Countries in Transition", produced by UNECE in 2003, and expands its scope to address contemporary challenges and this time, covers the entire UNECE region.
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Score: 959014.9 - https://unece.org/info/Housing-and-Land-Management/pub/2920
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The Yamamoto family entered into an agreement with the Fukuoka Prefectural University in 2002 to enable the collection of Sakubei Yamamoto’s diaries and notebooks and papers owned by the family to be housed, conserved and researched by the University. (...) Owner contacts; Nobukatsu Ito Mayor of Tagawa City Chuoh-machi 1-1, Tagawa-City Fukuoka-Pref. (...) The custodians have access to their own in-house archival and curatorial staff and to the advice of the curatorial and conservation staff employed in the City of Tagawa art museum and by other heritage agencies of the Fukuoka Prefecture.
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Score: 958937.7 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...akubei_yamamoto_collection.pdf
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