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The Resource Private Communities and Urban Governance : Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives

Private Communities and Urban Governance : Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives

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Private Communities and Urban Governance : Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives
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Private Communities and Urban Governance
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Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives
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Private Communities and Urban Governance : Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives
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Private Communities and Urban Governance : Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives
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  • Contents -- Introduction -- 1 The Changing Landscape of Condominium Laws and Urban Governance in China -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Historical Development and Statutory Framework -- 3 Addressing Vexing Issues on Condominium Ownership in China -- 3.1 Unit/Individual Property and Common Property -- 3.2 Pre-sale of Apartments -- 3.3 Participation Quota -- 4 Collective Management -- 4.1 Legal Personality of a Condominium Association -- 4.2 The Role of by-Laws -- 4.3 Procedures at General Meetings -- 4.3.1 The First Annual General Meeting -- 4.3.2 Annual General Meetings -- 4.3.3 Special General Meetings -- 5 A Micro-View on the Recent Developments of Local Condominium Rules -- 6 Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Cases -- 2 Gating in Russia: Exit into Private Communities, and Implications for Governance -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Social Economics of Gated Communities -- 3 Gating in Russia: Trends and Patterns -- 4 Exit into Private Communities -- 5 Implications for Municipal Governance -- 6 Concluding Comments -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 3 Rethinking Residential Private Government in the US: Recent Trends in Practices and Policy -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Structure and Functions of US Residential Private Governments -- 3 Recent Crises in Residential Private Governance, and Public Policy Responses -- 4 Crumbling Condos and California Earthquakes -- 5 The Las Vegas HOA Takeover Ring -- 6 Condo Fraud, Chicago Style -- 7 New Agency Policies in the Mortgage Industry -- 8 Lien Priority -- 8.1 Concluding Thoughts -- References -- Cases: -- 4 Condo-ism and Urban Renewal: Insights from Toronto and Jerusalem -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction: Urban Transformation and Condo Development -- 2 Urban Renewal -- 3 Toronto: Harnessing Development to Produce Public Goods
  • 3.1 Regent Park: From Public Housing to a Mixed-Use Mixed-Tenure Neighborhood -- 3.2 CityPlace: Global Capital Investment and Municipal Engagement with Inclusionary Planning -- 4 Jerusalem: State Led Gentrification -- 4.1 Foreign Elites Takeover Jerusalem's Inner-City Skies -- 4.2 Raze and Rebuild Projects of Former Public Housing -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Residential Communities in a Heterogeneous Society: The Case of Israel -- Abstract -- 1 Israel's Changing Societal Landscape -- 2 Residential Communities in Context: Between Public and Private -- 2.1 Allocation of Public Lands to Designated Groups -- 2.1.1 Bedouin Cities/Neighborhoods -- 2.1.2 Jewish or Arab Cities/Neighborhoods -- 2.1.3 Ultra-Orthodox Cities/Neighborhoods -- 2.2 Deference to Admission and Governance Group Rules-Public Lands -- 2.3 Deference to Admission and Governance Group Rules-Private Lands -- 3 Toward a Principled Normative Analysis of Residential Communities in Israel -- References -- Cases -- 6 European Condominium Law: Nine Key Choices -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Condominium Law Choices -- 2.1 Dogmatic Rigidity Versus Social Need for Homeownership -- 2.2 Threefold Relationship Versus Company Management Structure -- 2.3 Unitary Systems Versus Dualistic Systems -- 2.4 Boundaries of Units: Floors, Walls, Ceilings Versus Artificial Lines -- 2.5 Building Subdivisions Versus Bare Land Subdivisions -- 2.6 True Ownership Versus "Nebulous Something" -- 2.7 Individual Versus Community Interests -- 2.8 Self-governance Versus Professional Management -- 2.9 Democracy Versus Efficiency and Recognition of Financial Investment -- 2.9.1 Introduction -- 2.9.2 Quorum -- 2.9.3 Proxies -- 2.9.4 Voting -- 3 Conclusion -- References -- Cases -- 7 Building for Urban Success? Project Development and Social Exclusivity in Germany Frankfurt/Main as a Case Study -- Abstract
  • 1 Introduction -- 2 Urban Crisis and Answers to It -- 3 Building for the Upper Middle Class -- 4 Transactions in Residential Property -- 5 Private Communities? -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 8 New Trends in Condominium Law and Access to Housing in Post-crisis Spain -- Abstract -- 1 Housing Bubble and Burst in Spain: The Role of Condominiums -- 2 The Essential Features of Catalan Condominiums -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Elements Within a Condominium -- 2.2.1 Private and Common Elements -- 2.2.2 The Quota -- 2.2.3 Rules to Govern the Condominiums -- 2.3 Management of the Condominium and Lack of Legal Personality -- 2.4 Types of Condominiums -- 3 The Catalan Reforms on Condominiums and Access to Housing in 2015 -- 3.1 Reasons Behind the Changes -- 3.2 Actual Changes in the Catalan Condominium's Law by Act 5/2015 -- 3.2.1 Reinforcement Mechanisms Against Delinquency -- 3.2.2 Facilitation of Decision-Making in Condominium Meetings -- 3.2.3 Environment and New Technologies -- 3.3 The Promotion of Condo-Hotels -- 3.4 More Affordable Types of Homeownership: Shared Ownership and Temporary Ownership -- 4 Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 9 Public, Private, People Partnerships (PPPPs): Reflections from Latin American Cases -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Large Urban Operations -- 2.1 Nova Luz, São Paulo, Brazil -- 2.2 Partial Plans, Medellín, Colombia -- 3 Housing -- 3.1 Housing Policy, Chile -- 3.2 Housing Policy, Mexico -- 3.3 Housing Policy, Brazil -- 4 Inclusionary Housing -- 4.1 Chile: Projects La Chimba, Los Maitenes, and La Poza -- 5 Gated Communities -- 5.1 AlphaVille, Curitiba, Brazil -- 5.2 Buenos Aires, Argentina -- 6 Tourism Development and Historic Preservation -- 6.1 Old Havana, Cuba -- 6.2 Jacó, Costa Rica -- 7 Beyond Continental Borders -- 7.1 Plaza Mexico, Los Angeles, USA -- 8 Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- References
  • 10 Religion and the Construction of the Urban Landscape -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Four Case Studies on Religion and Cities -- 2.1 Employment Law -- 2.2 Regulation of Business Hours and Licenses for Placed of Food, Entertainment and Culture -- 2.3 Public and Private Transportation -- 2.4 Housing, Planning and Land Allocation -- 3 Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Cases -- 11 Unlocking the "Gates" and Climbing Over the "Walls": Opening up Exclusive Communities -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Background on Zoning and Land Use Authority in the United States -- 3 The Massachusetts State Legislative Approach: Chapter 40B -- 3.1 Key Provisions of the Massachusetts Law -- 3.2 Impact of 40B on Increasing the Supply of Affordable Housing in Massachusetts -- 3.3 Attacks on the Law and Modifications Made to It -- 3.4 Latest Unsuccessful Attempt to Repeal 40B -- 4 Conclusion -- References -- Index
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