Regulations of Algerian Law for the Construction and Development of Protected Areas within the Constraints of Urban Expansion

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Wafa Azeddine


     The significant interest in designated protected regions and areas, as stipulated in the Real Estate Direction Law and the Development and Planning Law, is due to various considerations such as historical, cultural, scientific, archaeological, and touristic reasons, as well as for the preservation of animals, plants, agricultural lands, and their protection. This is accomplished through specific legislative provisions that reinforce the general regulations of development and planning, aiming to control and restrict the boundaries of development contracts, licenses, and certificates. The level of protection has reached the point of an outright ban on construction over these areas, given the roles played by each protected zone. Consequently, disputes arise regarding these regions, largely centered around unauthorized construction and the misappropriation of their designated purposes by their users

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