Verification of PLIP Substantial Completion: quick reference guide

The PLIP Municipal Guidelines for Substantial Completion of Property Law Implementation from May 2003 set out the most important requirements that each municipality needs to fulfil in order to have Property Law Implementation substantially completed. Although detailed, the need for further clarification of each point of the Guidelines was expressed [...]

Plip Municipal Guidelines For Substantial Completion Of Property Law Implementation

Property Law Implementation is considered substantially completed in any municipality in which:
1. All pending claims made for property under the property laws, including requests for enforcement of CRPC decisions, have been resolved, in the sense that a decision has been issued and all subsequent steps required by law have been taken.

PLIP Completion Guidelines Letter

We are writing to present the international community’s criteria for a joint approach to case-by-case certification of substantial completion of property law implementation by municipalities in BiH. As you are aware, an increasing number of municipalities in BiH have resolved all claims pending before them and we expect all municipalities to have d [...]

PLIP Statistics Guidelines

Given the increasing importance and visibility of the PLIP statistics, the PLIP Agencies have undertaken to set out precisely and comprehensively their expectations of the municipal authorities that provide the information compiled in the statistics. Since the PLIP statistics began to be published in the fall of 2000, the PLIP Agencies have relied [...]

Letter to Ministries on Alternative Accommodation Guidelines

Please find enclosed guidelines put forward by the agencies of the Property Legislation Implementation Plan (OHR, UNHCR, OSCE, CRPC, UNMIBH), in response to numerous questions and issues raised by municipal housing offices and OMIs throughout the country, for guidance on payment of lump sums sufficient to cover the housing expenses of temporary occ [...]

Guidelines on the Lump-sum Payments for Alternative Accommodation

1. Lump-sum alternative accommodation should, in principle, only be used in localities where it has been demonstrated that there are no more cost-effective sources of AA.
2. There must be an advance determination by the competent authority of standard minimum monthly rent per housing unit in the municipality, which forms the basis of calcula [...]

PLIP Letter

The Housing Verification and Monitoring Unit of the OHR/RRTF was established in 1999 to assist local authorities in the implementation of the property legislation. By verifying beneficiaries that have previously received international assistance for reconstruction, the HVM unit of the OHR/RRTF identifies cases of double or multiple occupancy, whic [...]