The role of the EU in protecting the right to property
Event date: Tuesday 14 June 2011 09:00 to 12:00
Location: BRUSSELS EP PHS 7 C 50
The European Parliament has encountered a growing number of problems from European citizens who have purchased property across member state borders.
The failure to protect property rights across the European Union has consequences for the internal market, legal affairs and the fundamental right to property.
Using the experiences of academics, practitioners and citizens affected by flaws in the protection of property rights, the seminar will address the current state of affairs, and look at some practical steps, which might form the basis for future European solutions.
MEPs in this event
Ramon TREMOSA i BALCELLS
Convergència Democràtica de Catalunya
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