Zadania starosty wynikające z obowiązku ujawniania w księgach wieczystych prawa własności nieruchomości Skarbu państwa oraz jednostek samorządu terytorialnego
AbstractThe history of private and state-owned land, nationalisation processes and the reform of Polish agriculture after the year 1945 is very vivid. This observation is of big importance when analysing the legal status of state-owned real estate. In the period from 1945 to 1989, practically until the year 1990, the state property was uniform. Disrespectful of who and how managed the property of the Treasury, is still remained a sole property of the Treasury. Some property became communal and, after the administration reform in 1999, there appeared new resources of the real estate belonging to territorial self-government (province, district, commune). The estates which became communal in these periods should have unambiguous legal status, correct entry in the land and building register as well as mortgage register indicating units of the territorial self-government as owners of the estates. The rich history of buying and selling public property as well as establishing limited property ownership coincided with the history of land and mortgage registers. Both land and mortgage registers have were undergoing legal changes since 1945 and were transferred between public entities. The studies on the history of property show that the entries into registers were not always performed by properly qualified staff. Numerous and frequent mistakes resulted in increasing discrepancies between the real state, registers run by governmental and self-governmental units, land registers and the mortgage registers. Correcting the mistakes means arduous work in state archives, collections of documents at offices and, frequently, consultations with retired employees of state offices. The discrepancies include obvious clerical mistakes as well as serious ones, such as registering in wrong registers, running several registers for the same real estate or incomplete data in the register. The prefect, who represents the Treasury, manages the real estate belonging to the Treasury. His duties resulting from the act on indicating the ownership of the Treasury and territorial self-government units in the mortgage registers require intensification and faster actions of the prefect who manages state real estate.
|Other language title versions||The tasks of a prefect resulting from the obligation to indicate the real estate ownership rights belonging to the Treasury and the units of territorial self-government|
|Journal series||Prace Naukowe Instytutu Gornictwa Politechniki Wroclawskiej, ISSN 0324-9670, (0 pkt, Not active)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Conference||Geodezja i Geoinformatyka XXI wieku. XXI Jesienna Szkoła Geodezji im. Jacka Rejmana, 01-10-2009 - 03-10-2009, Polanica Zdrój, Polska|
|Keywords in English||ownership rights belonging; territorial self-government|
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