Nature Of Certain Criminal Acts Against The Propperty Foreseen By Kosovo Legislation Overviewed By Material Target

Bahri Hyseni


Crimes against property in generally and in particular those directed against property represent a challenge to the country's economic development, the legal system in general, and the wealth of natural and legal persons. Kosovo and other countries also in the region, have given legal criminal protection to the public and private property,through criminal legislation and other legal acts. Therefore my definition in this paper is to analyze several offenses against property, with special emphasis against property, observed by material target. Nowadays there is no doubt that this group of offense. Cause to Kosovo's economy and its citizens millions of euros, which fact we actually support, often because, whether the property is either public or private, is attacked by the negligent actions of different persons, through arson, destruction of public installations, disposal, illegal occupation of real estate, actions that Kosovo Criminal Code of 2012, which is in power, has incriminated them as criminal offenses. From these criminal actions, are created illegal material benefits, which seriously harm the economy and create informal economy, harm legal competition, raise prices, and as a result of all this, is the damage caused to the state's economic development and social welfare in general. In this work, these criminal offenses will be treated by the material target also, the similarities that have with offenses against economy. At the end of the paper, i will analyze measures and penalties that the Kosovo criminal legislation provides for the perpetrators of these acts.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n19p390

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