Juntas de compensaciónequidistribución, urbanización y edificación

  1. González García, Francisco
Supervised by:
  1. Carlos Vattier Fuenzalida Director

Defence university: Universidad de Burgos

Fecha de defensa: 05 March 2003

Committee:
  1. José María de la Cuesta Sáenz Chair
  2. José María Caballero Lozano Secretary
  3. J. Miguel Lobato Gómez Committee member
  4. Pedro de Pablo Contreras Committee member
  5. Alberto Gómez Barahona Committee member
Department:
  1. DERECHO PRIVADO

Type: Thesis

Teseo: 99744 DIALNET lock_openRIUBU editor

Abstract

Our regional government, through the introduction of the Regulation 5/99 on Urban Development (LUCyL) has established five ways of action � compensation, cooperation, expropriation, agreement and concurrence. In all of them the planning project appears as the technical instrument for the management of both unconsolidated urban and building land. Among these ways of action, compensation has been chosen for this thesis as the means or instrument of distribution of both the profits and charges among the owners. It has also been chosen as the means or instrument for the achievement of the essential content of the right of ownership and its limits, as regards the other owners and the target citizenry of the capital gains generated by the urban development