Doctrinal Approach to the Understanding of Undivided Interest in Respect to Co-ownership

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Abstract

Raksts veltīts domājamās daļas – kopīpašuma tiesiskā elementa – izpētei, akcentējot domājamās daļas vietu un lomu darījumu veikšanā. Šā pētījuma novitāte ir izpētes rakursā – domājamās daļas institūts aplūkots darījumu veikšanas procesā un darījuma rezultātā iegūto tiesību nostiprināšanā zemesgrāmatā. Pētījuma rezultāti ļauj secināt, ka tiesību normu saturs zināmā mērā pieļauj atšķirīgas interpretācijas, tāpēc dažu problēmjautājumu risināšana iespējama, veicot atbilstīgus grozījumus tiesību aktos. The article is devoted to the research of undivided interest as a legal component of co-ownership, specifically focusing on its place and role in transactions. The novelty of the study is its perspective, i.e. the institution of undivided interest is viewed from the standpoint of transactions and the registration of the title obtained as a result of transactions with the Land Registry. The results of the study give strong grounds to conclude that the contents of laws, to some extent, leave room for interpretation; therefore, certain outstanding problems could be solved by making relevant amendments to the law.
Translated title of the contributionDoctrinal Approach to the Understanding of Undivided Interest in Respect to Co-ownership
Original languageLatvian
Pages (from-to)19-24
Number of pages6
JournalSOCRATES. Rīgas Stradiņa universitātes Juridiskās fakultātes elektroniskais juridisko zinātnisko rakstu žurnāls / SOCRATES. Rīga Stradiņš University Faculty of Law Electronic Scientific Journal of Law
Volume1
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • co-ownership
  • undivided interest
  • transactions involving undivided interest

Field of Science

  • 5.5 Law

Publication Type

  • 1.2. Scientific article included in INT1 or INT2 category journal of ERIH database

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