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Regulation regarding the reception of the construction works and the corresponding installations in Romania

Simona Chirica ()
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Simona Chirica: Department of Law, Bucharest University of Economic Studies

Juridical Tribune (Tribuna Juridica), 2017, vol. 7, issue 2, 27-39

Abstract: The new Regulation regarding the reception of construction works and corresponding installations, approved by Government's Decision no. 347/2017 (“Regulation 2017”) has general applicability for all construction works for which there is an obligation to obtain a building permit. Regulation 2017 brings significant changes and clarifications expected by the real estate sector regarding: (i) the composition of the commissions involved in the reception procedure, (ii) the role of the site supervisor who thus gains significant participation in the reception procedure, and (iii) the participation of the public authorities' representatives at the reception, having the veto right on the decision of the reception commission upon the completion of the construction works. Another element of novelty brought by Regulation 2017 is the possibility to do the reception upon the completion of the construction works, respectively the final reception for parts / objectives / sectors of or from the building, if they are distinct/ independent from a physical and functional point of view. Thus, the new regulation facilitates the procedure of authorizing investment objectives and the costs of the process. The partial reception is another innovation brought by the Regulation 2017 in support of the investor, who can thus take over a part of the construction, at a certain stage, and obtain its registration with the Land Book.

Keywords: construction law; construction works; construction quality; authorisation of construction (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K25 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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