Particularities Arising from the Activity of the Romanian Constitutional Court on Legal Status of the Right of Property
In time, the legal status of the property had a distinct physiognomy, whether it was public or private. Such a situation was noted into the practice of the Constitutional Court of Romania when arrised the question about recovery of property which belonged to the former king of Romania. On this occasion public property was bordered by private property, on the one hand, and by the assets of the Crown, on the other side, and concluded that the former sovereign of Romania may regain only the assets that are being subject of private property.
Volume (Year): 2 (2010)
Issue (Month): 4 (December)
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