LABOR RELATIONS OF THE PEASANTS UPON THE CLOSURE OF THE COMMUNITY TYPE ORGANIZATION DURING THE 15th-16th CENTURIES
Scientific Bulletin of Naval Academy
The right of displacement and release of neighboring states that during the sixteenth century, the peasants maintain their personal liberty. Although since the late fifteenth century the tax on cereals called the "bucket out"(1) was introduced, which sought to prevent displacement of peasants, in principle they were free, maintaining their right to resettlement until the reign of Michael the Brave. The fact that, especially in the second half of the sixteenth century, the congregation, which in
... the fifteenth century was still quite strong, begins to unravel is attested by the increasing category of the poor within, whose rights over the land are increasingly more spoiled; they even leave the community losing any rights over ancestral land. In legal terms, emerged from the community, they are free men and women, but deprived of their land. So that, practicing craftsmanship and trade, which lead to establishing themselves in the cities, attract significant changes in peasant life of this period.