Directions of Improving Civil Law Relations in Land Use
The article considers the problems of land lots seizure for state and municipal needs and the problems of land raiding. It stresses that a special, mostly public law nature of relations concerning repurchasing of property for state needs, the parties of which are initially unequal, causes a number of problems. In particular, those problems come to the surface when a property purchase contract is concluded. In a number of cases, after the state agencies take steps to repurchase a land lot, a private owner takes legal action. Paying a compensation of equal value in advance to a private owner is yet another important issue. The article covers the problems related to execution of the right to land lots for private housing construction by certain categories of citizens and proposes to introduce the structural amendments to the legislation that would help solve the problems arising when land lots are provided for integral development for the purposes of housing construction. The article includes the directions of improvement of civil law relations with land lots.
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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-9340(Print) ISSN 2039-2117(Online)
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