Part I

Dana Apostol TOFAN, Legal Regime of Public Property. Implications for Authorities of Public Administration
This paper uses constitutional legal provisions in the field of public property in order to debate the main problems revealed by the practice of public administrative authorities competent in this matter.

Obviously, the institution of public property is so vast that the analysis focuses only on certain aspects, using collateral concepts such as public law, private law and private property.

The paper is also relevant for the provisions of the New Civil Code related to public property. This Code, which has recently entered into force has changed the legal regime of property and abrogated an important part of the first Law (no. 213/1998) relevant for this area and even changed its name.

Key-words: public property, private property, public regime, private regime, public administration

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