1University of Business Studies, Bosnia and Herzegovina
2Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
3University of Novi Sad, Serbia
*Corresponding author: Knežević Marija, University of Business Studies, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Submission: January 28, 2022; Published: February 14, 2022
ISSN: 2578-0336Volume 9 Issue 4
Covid 19. brought certain and visible social changes in terms of moving places of living and working from urban to rural areas. These are sociologically encouraging indications of changes that will lead to relieving cities, both with people and things, and on the other hand will revive rural areas that are, in our country, great wealth and potential for healthier life and survival of future generations. These demographic shifts should be encouraged by the state and all relevant departments, as these developments are of both regional and global importance. They fit into the new pandemic (or post-pandemic) time - a time when health care will be much more important and will be valorized through the search for a healthier environment for housing, healthier food, sports and recreational activities, and life and business with less stress, urban congestion, high utility prices, wasting time in various forms of waiting. These developments open new challenges for lawyers, given the many unresolved property and legal relations in our rural area, as well as for managers of the accommodation industry - converting current forms of accommodation into new ones, as required by new economic and tourist activities in rural areas. all caused by the pandemic virus COVID 19, which seeks a global redesign of ownership of land and facilities on it.
Keywords: City, Village, Covid 19, Circular economy, Ecology, Concessions