This 148-page study presents the most significant HLP-related issues that have accumulated in each region in the pre- conflict stage and lists the military changes that have occurred throughout. It investigates the alternative land registry situation in those areas, that is who they’re managed by; how various authorities in those areas deal with real estate records; groups or organizations that filled the administrative vacuum left by the absence of state institutions; how the alternative management institutions were formedö who they’re supported by. Results in the study indicate that all alternative land registry offices that were established in the six areas of study followed the Syrian property law, and worked with the same administrative structure, and followed the same stipulated procedures, with a few differences from one region to another.
Title: Reality of Housing, Land, and Property Rights in Syria
Author: The Day After
Published by: The Day After
Date: December 2020