Land (Land Plot) as a Boon, as an Object of Civil Rights

O.I. Shapovalova
2021 Zenodo  
The scientific article is devoted to the study of land (land plot) as an object of civil rights. The article indicates that the relevance of writing an article is due to the land reform in Ukraine. Delimitation of the legal concept of "land" and "land plot" is carried out. The article analyzes the rules of law on a land plot as an object of property rights. An integrated theoretical approach to the legal regime of land and a land plot as an object of civil rights is considered. The features of
more » ... land plot as an object of civil rights have been determined. The importance of protecting the lands of Ukraine by the state has been substantiated. It was found out how the legal regime of a land plot differs from the legal regime of other real estate or other things. Land and land plot are identified with the boon as an object of civil rights. The view of the land plot is illuminated as an intangible and material boon. A critique of the scientific definition of land as an object of land relations is given. It is determined that there is a need for a compromise between private interests, the interests of the land market and environmental interests, which can simultaneously contribute to the protection of the civil law regime of land and the protection regime of a natural object. A distinction is made between the legal regime of construction real estate and the legal regime of land as real estate. It also indicates the difference between a land plot as an object of property rights and other objects of property rights. The conclusion is made about the need for comprehensive legal regulation of land relations, about the limited legal regime of the land plot. Some shortcomings of land legislation were identified, and proposals were made for its improvement. Further, these objects are examined as an intangible boon and a material boon, and both objects are defined. It is noted that the legal regulation of land relations, the object of which is intangible and material benefits, should be comprehensive, not only private, but als [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4625853 fatcat:3q3h4yxh6fenhil7lf3vl63mra