The right to property, as a fundamental right, is under the protection of the State, as provided in the Greek Constitution, Article 17, whereas it is stipulated that property rights cannot be exercised against the public interest. Within this context, the Constitution imposes a restriction or deprivation of property (expropriation) for the sake of public interest, always under the prerequisite of a prior compensation of the owner.
Greek property law refers to the different schemes of regulating property rights between each jurisdiction of the territories in Greece; combining legislation and receptive of common law. Greek property law refers to the law of acquisition, sharing and protection of valuable assets in Greece.
In today’s highly competitive real estate market, investment strategies and activities must not only deliver superior returns, but also meet more stringent regulatory requirements and transaction policies. At the same time, operations are under pressure to improve procedures efficiency, ensure transparency, achieve compliance and enhance decision-making.
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