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Housing And Property Restitution In Kosovo

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The environment in Kosovo in June 1999 presented the international community with a number of complex legal challenges in the property sector. This chapter describes the historical background and developments which preceded the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) intervention in Kosovo, from the loss of autonomy in 1989 to developments in the property sector which saw the imposition of restrictions upon the enjoyment of property rights affecting various ethnic groups. It considers the mandate conferred on the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) and the Kosovo Force (KFOR) which was unprecedented in the context of peace operations, and included responsibility for ensuring the safe and free return of all refugees and displaced persons to their homes.

Keywords: Kosovo; North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO); property restitution; UNMIK



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