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11 April, 2012

Stripped Property Rights in Georgia

Four Non-governmental Organizations Issued the Third Report in the Framework of the Project Promoting Property Rights in New Touristic Zones For immediate release - April 11, 2012

16 January, 2012

Property in Mestia, Acknowledged Chosen Traditional Ownership

Our blogpost published last year, about problems related to property rights in Mestia, was referring specifically to the issues that arise during the legalization of property owned through “traditional ownership.” This blog is about the costs of land registration and banned registra

18 May, 2011

Mestia meeting description

From May 4-8, 2011, Transparency International (TI) Georgia staff members were in Mestia, and conducted meetings with the local population. Problems regarding property rights and their potential solutions were discussed during those meetings.

05 April, 2011

Problems Related to the Protection of Property Rights - The case of Gonio, March 2011

On April 5, 2011 four non-governmental organizations: Association Green Alternative, Georgian Young Lawyers' Association, Georgian Regional Media Association and Transparency International Georgia within the scopes of the project "Protection of Property Rights in new Touristic Zones of Georgia" presented the report "Problems Related to the Protection of Property Rights in Georgia, the case of village Gonio".

01 March, 2011

Bureaucratic mistake and confiscated lands in Gonio

The land ownership certificates of 221 citizens residing in Gonio, a settlement on Georgia’s Black Sea coast, were abolished on November 9, 2010. The Property Rights Commission of the Khelvachauri Municipality announced on that day that the lands were confiscated because they fell in a resort area. The commission stated in its decision that the land plots should never have been alienated (i.e.