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Restitution And Compensation

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The HPD/HPCC process sought to ensure restitution for claimants who had suffered property law violations arising from discrimination and armed conflict in Kosovo during the period 19891999. This chapter describes the restitution framework from the perspective of the limits of its range and application, and the consequences and options for claimants who did not come within its narrow framework to pursue a remedy for loss of property rights. Section 4 of UNMIK Regulation 2000/60 governed the right to restitution and compensation. There are 255 claims pending implementation under section 4 of UNMIK Regulation 2000/60 covering 142 claimed properties. The HPD was mandated to establish formulae for calculating the amounts of compensation referred to in sections 4.2 and 4.4 of the Regulation and for devising a method for the payment of compensation.

Keywords: claimants; compensation; Kosovo; restitution; UNMIK Regulation



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