New land valuation criteria after the Spanish 2011 Valuation of Land Regulation : the objectivation of building expectations in rural land
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De la Encarnación Valcárcel, Ana María
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The land valuation regime has undergone one of its most important modifications at the hands of the 2008 Land Act and its 2011 Regulation. According to the so-called objectivity principle - which defines all established methods for the new basic situations of land - and according to the stated prohibition of taking into consideration building expectations arising from granted planning permission, the fact is that the existence of circumstances that are not a natural consequence of landowner investments made on the property is easily deducible. This is inconsistent with the spirit of the Land Act in force contained in its Explanatory Memorandum.

    De la Encarnación Valcárcel, Ana María 2013 New land valuation criteria after the Spanish 2011 Valuation of Land Regulation : the objectivation of building expectations in rural land Territorio Italia 1 2013 71 83

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