International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Dissertation Chapters | Environmental Science Studies | Brazil | Volume 10 Issue 9, September 2021

Public Management versus Irregular Soil Parcelments: A Case Study of the "Colinas Do Magarca" Condominium in the City of Rio De Janeiro

Carlos Roberto Lima Firmino | Leonice Domingos dos Santos Cintra Lima [2] | Denise Regina Costa Aguiar [2] | Gisele Herbst Vasquez

Abstract: The article presents a study on municipal public management in situations of irregular land subdivision that had as object of investigation the Colinas do Magar?a condominium in the city of Rio de Janeiro. It was assumed that there are numerous areas in the country with irregular land subdivisions, promoting environmental damage to these locations. The study aimed to identify weaknesses in the legislation on land occupation, with a view to pointing out elements that contribute to public management in the development of public socio - environmental policies. It is a documentary research, in secondary sources with data collected from official documents, in municipal bodies of the researched city. Data are presented with a qualitative analysis methodology. With the research carried out in 2020, it is confirmed that, despite the ratifications to the public authorities on the way in which the land subdivision took place in the place under study, the issue was not resolved, as well as civil liability and environmental impact on demand. The study indicates the need to implement effective legal means to reconcile collective and diffuse interests in the context of environmental conservation, with a view to complying with what is provided for in article 225 of the Federal Constitution.

Keywords: Environmental Legislation, Environmental responsibility, Urban Land Occupation, Public Environmental Management

Edition: Volume 10 Issue 9, September 2021,

Pages: 1501 - 1505

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