Tensions in land policy between EU-15 and the accession states of 2004
F. Greifhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5137-AGRICECONCitation:Greif F. (2005): Tensions in land policy between EU-15 and the accession states of 2004. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 51: 455-461.
The ownership of land has always been the important precondition for lasting socio-economic situation and the development of the country. Despite that, there is a process of learning going on in practically all the new member countries, which are still learning that productive ability of the agriculture depends in a big degree on the stability of ownership of land and its tranquil farming. Despite many fundamental and substantial differences, we can say that hitherto development in land law was tremendous. But it also follows that significant social and economic divergences have not made full liberalisation of the land market possible without “yes, but”.Keywords:
land policy, land market, land law, selling of land to foreigners