In the case of land developed and offered for sale according to the rules of the “Fraccionamiento”, public and unrestricted access is guaranteed, as the roads remain the property of the municipality. Public road plots in Paraguay are at least 16 m wide and divide the areas into the typical checkerboard pattern of the country. Fraccionamientos are widespread in Paraguay and are advertised everywhere on large billboards.
Individual street widths can be found in a Barrio cerrado or privado, a Condomio, Conjunto or Country. Behind all these designations there is always a residential complex whose legal basis is laid down in a “REGLAMENTO SOBRE PROPIEDAD COMÚN, COPROPIEDAD, ADMINISTRACIÓN Y DISPOSICIONES GENERALES”. The statutes are approved by the municipality and are part of the contract of sale. The Valle Tucán project is based on these legal structures.