International Journal of Law in the Built Environment: Volume 9 Issue 2


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Property rights revisited – are narratives the way forward?

Kevin Grecksch, Jessica Holzhausen

This paper aims to show how property rights predominantly shape discussions about the governance of natural resources and thereby neglect questions of (collective…

A legal perspective of current challenges of the Spanish residential rental market

Sergio Nasarre-Aznar, Elga Molina-Roig

This paper aims to explain the main difficulties in the Spanish residential rental market becoming a true alternative to home ownership.

The right to walk in cities, a comparative review of Macau, Lisbon and Las Vegas

Carlos J.L. Balsas

The purpose of this paper is to analyze walking activity and recent efforts at augmenting walkability conditions in the cities of Macau, Lisbon and Las Vegas.


Quality control of constructions: European trends and developments

Frits Meijer, Henk Visscher

This paper aims to evaluate the quality control systems for constructions in seven countries in Europe with the purpose to trace innovative approaches and best practices…


Operational problems and solutions of statutory complex adjudication: stakeholders’ perspectives

Samer Skaik

Statutory adjudication was introduced into the security of payment (SOP) legislation as a fast-track payment dispute resolution process with an express object to…

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