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The Montenegrin Parliament adopted the new Act on Spatial Development and Construction on 30 September 2017. The new legislation introduces radical changes in the areas of spatial planning and construction....
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The Parliament of Republika Srpska adopted on 16 July 2015 the amendments to the Property Rights Act, enabling disposals of publicly owned property below market value or free of charge....
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The saga on privatization of construction land in Serbia is, apparently, near its completion. The Serbian Parliament passed the Act on Converting the Right of Use into Ownership on Construction...
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The Amendments to the Mortgage Act (“Amendments“), in force as of today (16 July 2015), are more than a welcome rectification of several crucial deficiencies in the Serbian mortgage law. Welcome changes...
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Serbia has chronic issues with the duration of the procedure for issuance of construction permit. According to the latest ranking by World Bank’s DoingBusiness, in Serbia it takes on average 264...
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Public notaries (javni beležnici) have been active in Serbia for already a month[1]. This brings, inter alia, a number of novelties in real estate transactions. Agreements on disposal of rights...
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On 7 June 2013, the provisions of the Law on Planning and Construction (Zakon o planiranju i izgradnji, Official Gazette RS no. 72/2009, 81/2009, 64/2010, 24/2011, 121/2012 and 42/2013) on...
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On 23 May 2013, the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia decided to scrutinize the constitutionality of Article 103 para. 1 of the Law on Planning and Construction (Zakon...
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The Law on Efficient Use of Energy (Zakon o efikasnom korišćenju energije, “Sl. glasnik RS”, no. 25/2013) (“Law“), in force since 23 March 2013, introduces new requirements on real estate...
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The Law on Planning and Construction, enacted in 2009, stipulated that after September 2010, companies acquired in privatization, bankruptcy proceedings or debt collection proceedings would not be able to obtain...
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