ALDA TAKA, FERDI BRAHUSHI, REDI BASHA, BESNIK LESKAJ, BAHRI MUSABELLIU, SULEJMAN SULÇE
1Department of Agrobusiness, Agricultural University of Tirana, Tirana – Albania
2Department of Agroenvironment and Ecology, Agricultural University of Tirana, Tirana – Albania
3ABKons, Tirana – Albania
The private property in Albania was reduced for 50 years and became mainly public. The ownership rights were insignificant for individuals or private institutions that asked for land and other uses of space. Except ex-comunist states and England where the land belonged to the state (to the Crown in the case of England), the land was private since in the middle age, in all other countries. In this context, the ownership right on private property was not known in Albania until the 90’. This article aims to provide the legal framework of land use for private or public purposes in Albania and in the European Countries. The rules and the international financial corporation standards on the easement, included in the Performance Requirements, have been considered in preparing this article. The purpose of this paper is to highlight the existing differences between the Albanian and international legislation regarding the easement.