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Property Rights In Pakistan: Laws, Regulations, Transfers & Enforcement

Raja Rafi Ullah and Muhammad Shaaf Najib
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Muhammad Shaaf Najib: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics

No 2022:63, PIDE Knowledge Brief from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics

Abstract: Defining, allocating, and protecting property rights is an essential tool to form the basis of efficient and effective markets and society. �Property Rights� is a term used to define the right to possess resources and the right to determine their utilisation. The term is not limited to just public ownerships, but property rights are extended to private individuals and organisations. However, the issue of property rights remains a highly complex matter and must be thoroughly assessed. Every country defines property rights through various laws, rules, and regulations, with ultimate enforcement of property rights the responsibility of the state and its institutions. In the case of Pakistan, it is essential to study the relevant laws defining and governing property rights comprehensively. This brief aims to describe Pakistan�s existing land property rights and evaluate the land record system. Moreover, the brief will also identify the laws regulating property rights in Pakistan and analyse the right to transfer land and property.

Keywords: Property Rights; Pakistan; Laws; Regulations; Transfers; Enforcement (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 8 pages
Date: 2022
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