Paunescu C, Paunescu V
The cadastre in Romania has a long history, but since 2010, the Government has decided that it is time to carry out this type of work through a financing program, so that citizens can benefit free of charge from the tabulation of the immobile. Unfortunately, over time, there has been a lot of land allotment and nationalization, so it is difficult to determine the real owners of the land. In particular, the cooperation, which began in 1952 and ended in 1962, forced the peasants to cede land for the establishment of Agricultural Production Cooperatives (APCs). Since 1991, Law 18/1991 on the restitution of lands taken over by APC has been applied. This process did not end even today, so the cadastre program is facing great difficulties.
Published Date: 2020-12-22; Received Date: 2020-12-01