Juridica International published a research article regarding the legal meaning of a detailed spatial plan in the context of the fundamental right of ownership written by Heili Püümann, NOVE’s attorney-at-law and doctoral student at the University of Tartu. The author analyzed a clearly unresolved issue in the legal literature as well as in judicial practice – what is the legal meaning of a detailed spatial plan within the context of the fundamental right of ownership. Specifically, on the one hand, a valid detailed spatial plan has a considerable influence on the nature of the immovable properties which fall within the area of the detailed spatial plan. On the other hand, the question of the significance of the detailed spatial plan in the context of the fundamental right of ownership is still unsolved in Estonian legal and juridical practice. The aforementioned has significant impact on the question of which requirements the conditions prescribed in detailed spatial plan must be compliant with.
The research article written by Heili Püümann can be read here: https://www.juridicainternational.eu/article_full.php?uri=2021_30_the_legal_meaning_of_a_detailed_spatial_plan_in_the_context_of_the_fundamental_right_of_owne