3rd Degree Scientific Researcher, PhD., “C. S. Nicolăescu-Plopşor” Institute for Research in Social Studies and Humanities from Craiova, of the Romanian Academy;
There are different criteria that can represent the basis of a viable classification on addressing the property, either depending on the period in which the ownership and the right to property are placed, or on the typology of owners, and the typology of the possessed objects.
The new conditions appeared after the elimination of feudalism, and the forming of the capitalist relations, led to socio-cultural effects, in all the aspects of the social life, especially on addressing the right to property.
The development of merchandise production, and the consolidation of central power, determined the uniformity of legal norms, manifested in ample written regulations, which determined that the right to property to be regulated by ample norms, codes (of Calimach, Caragea etc.), and some special legislations (land records, charters, etc.), legal books, along with some Byzantine norms.
property, the right to property, the typology of owners, codes of laws, the forming of the capitalist relations.