Part I

Cătălina Georgeta MATEI, Concession of Goods from Public and Private Domain (II)
This paper represents the sequel of the analysis started in the previous issue of This law review, which tries to shape the legal nature of concession as it has been regulated by the Romanian Law in comparison to other legal systems from Europe and not only. The features of the right to concession and those of the concession (lease) contract have always been disputed both by civil and administrative law. Nevertheless, it is important to define the boundaries between the public and the private domain and to answer to the question if it is really still necessary to distinguish between those two. The paper tries to propose an answer by also guiding the reader through the origins of these institutions and their historical meaning. Taking into account the need of complex analyses, the study is divided in two parts: the first part underlines the institution of concession and the second part leads us to the complementary notions of goods from public and private domain.

Key-words: concession agreement, public property, public domain, private domain, juridical nature of the concession right

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