Land Reform Barometer

  • How to avoid corruption in registering land ownership rights


    The survey conducted in the framework of Barometer of Land Reform: Information and Advocacy Campaign Project show that 40% of landowners experienced and heard about unofficial payments and other corruption activities in the process of regestering the land ownership rights. As a rule, in order to receive appropriate documents or have them legally granted, individuals were informed that they had to pay unofficial fees, provide certain commodities or services. According to the survey conducted in Khmelnytska oblast, 38.3% of the respondents heard about unofficial payments; in Dnipropetrovsk oblast – 18.3%; in Autonomous Republic of Crimea – 60.9%. This article provides recommendations that might decrease the risk of corrupt activities in regestering the land ownership rights.

    Issue:  No.16 February 2013
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