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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Rural development is the most sustainable policy and development strategy of every country. This policy is closely related with intellectual and attitude system. There are different tools and methods for the institutionalization of this policy. Issuance of ownership document for residential or rural real estate along with other developmental policies in rural areas are among these tools and methods.
In this regard, second, third and fourth economic, social and cultural development programs introduce rural construction as one of their goals, and regard issuance of ownership documents as an executive solution to reach this goal. Ground is full of buried treasures and wealth, so it is economically valuable and satisfies different needs of human society (including construction works).Therefore, houses and places in rural areas are among capital benefits of rural societies and owners need to feel legal safety in regard to their properties. On the other hand, the need for ground-related information is a basis for development and control of land resources, and it prioritizes issuance of ownership document for each unit (Tarshizian & Athari, 2010).
This article seeks to scrutinize different countries’ experiences and performance in issuance of ownership documents for rural residential units and investigates their success rate. To do so, analysis and evaluation were performed in two different geographical points using field and case study, which provided different results.