85% of citizens unable to legally purchase land

27.09.2011 11:19
Articles about real estate | 85% of citizens unable to legally purchase land Only 15% of the population of Ukraine received land shares, and other citizens are unable to legally become a farmer, having acquired the land. And as the delay lifting of the moratorium on farmland sales situation is getting worse.

Most citizens of Ukraine are in fact deprived the state to legally acquire land and to her farm. This opinion was expressed Koshil Andrew, president of the Land Union of Ukraine during agrodebatov organized by Ukrainian club of agrarian business. "Only 15% of the population received land shares. And the rest - those who want to engage in farming? They can not legally obtain the land, "- he said.

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He emphasized that the de facto land in Ukraine is bought and sold for many years, so it makes no sense to extend the moratorium on selling agricultural land, which expires on January 1, 2012. "Experience has shown: delay lifting the ban does not improve the situation. The question should not be the land market, or would not - he already has and is functioning - the expert believes. - The question is whether the state trying to control this market at least a few "reports" Business ".

According to him, no matter how detailed a draft law on the land market, it is still impossible to predict how the relationship will be formed land after January 1, 2012. "Nobody knows what the market - in whatever form may have been written in the bill. When will the 1st of January and the market is slowly, reluctantly, to start, begin to show problems, and they need to be addressed as they arise. Now define the format of the market is extremely difficult, "- says Andrew Koshil.


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