En sammenlikning av prosessforutsetninger i sivilprosessen og i jordskifteprosessen
The main duty for an ordinary court of law is to settle litigation. The main duty of the land consolidation court, by contrast, concerns land consolidation or severance, which are common terms for processes for improving property structures. The differences in the duties of the two courts have resulted in differences in procedural requirements. This article presents an analysis of differences and similarities in the legal use and significance of procedural requirements. The special features in the land consolidation court such as the requirement to improve property structures, the use of means which can improve the situation, the guarantee against losses, and legal indistinctness will be examined. The article also examines what the term “legal interest” implies in the two different procedures.
SerieKart og plan 64(2004) nr 1, pp 20-34
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