Criteria and effects of declaring a building as a historical landmark

Witold Werner

DOI: 10.21858/msr.32.04

Vol. no: 32

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Real estate has a primary servant role to its owners, who have or may have specific investment plans related to the property. In addition to the already well-known restrictions on the enforcement of property rights, formulated in the Law on Spatial Planning and Development, the Law on Construction, the so-called “speculative laws” relating primarily to road, railroad and housing investments, as well as implementing regulations issued under these laws, the effects of including real estate in the register of historical monuments or the municipal register of historical monuments seem to be underestimated.