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Seminar on international perspective on property rights regimes

Seminar on international perspective on property rights regimes

Institute for Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning together with NMBU Centre for Land Tenure Studies organise the seminar on the 24th of January, Economy Cantina, NMBU.

Seminar on international perspective on property rights regimes

Institute for Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning & NMBU Centre for Land Tenure Studies would like to welcome you to the seminar with the title "International perspective on property rights" that will take place on 24th of Janury at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, in Yellow Room, Economy Cantina.

Programme

Chair: Erling Berge

10:15 – 11:00:    International Perspective on Property Rights Regimes and Urban Development  
                           by Barbara Havel

11:15 – 12:00:    The Role of State vs. Market in Land for Housing in Urban Areas in Nordic Countries   
                           by Berit Nordahl

12: 15 – 13:00:   Land Administration Systems in Nordic Countries      
                           by  Øystein Bjerva

Lunch break       13:00 – 13:30     
                              
13:30- 14:00:      Property Formation in Urban Norway: Institutions and Procedures          
                           by Eivind Hasseldokk Ramsjord

14:00 – 14:30:    Property rights institutions and property rights regimes in urban development processes in Poland       
                           by  Barbara Havel

Short coffee  break

14:45 – 15:45:   Discussions: Property regimes - Future Research
                          Questions
       
                          Discussion leader: Erling Berge

There are no seminar fee, but please inform Sheena Lisland about your attendance: Sheena.Lisland@NMBU.no /telephone 64965356.

Published 1. July 2014 - 13:19 - Updated 23. May 2017 - 19:31

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