About The Necessity Of A New Law On Expropriation By Public Utilities
Romania's EU membership implies for the national authorities the obligation to find means and methods for modernizing the state. This obligation implies, mainly, the harmonization of national legislation with the terms and conditions provided by international treaties, in order to realize public works with European financial sources. Within this framework, government activity witnessed a series of legal provisions on expropriation that does not satisfy the exigencies of present times. Thus, regarding this topic, new regulations entered into force (or will be adopted in the future). These special regulations affect the general legal regime of the right to property.
Volume (Year): 42 (2010)
Issue (Month): (September)
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