The owner who holds legal reserve surplus leases its excess vegetation area to compensate for the legal reserve of one or more properties in the same biome. In this model, the owner of the legal reserve surplus is accountable for the area conservation.
Biofílica connects the legal reserve offer to an equivalent demand, and provides assistance in the management of contracts and payments, carrying out the environmental compliance and technical projects required by the environmental agency.
The owner that holds legal reserve surplus may sell the area to another who wishes to compensate its deficit by purchasing a property. The area conservation remains a task for the current owner of the property.
Biofílica connects the legal reserve offer to an equivalent demand, and provides assistance for contracts and payments management, carrying out environmental compliance and technical projects required by the environmental agency.
Private properties pending land regularization inside Public Domain of Protected Areas can be sold with the aim of compensating Legal Reserve deficit. In this case, the buyer acquires an area located inside a Protected Area, donates it to the park and receives a title that can be used for compensation of the legal reserve of a third private property.
The environmental agency accountable for the Protected Area is solely responsible for maintaining the area.
Biofílica connects the legal reserve surplus offer to an equivalent demand, and provides assistance for contract management and payments, carrying out environmental compliance and donation to public domain processes.