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Volume 85, 20207th International Interdisciplinary Scientific Conference SOCIETY. HEALTH. WELFARE
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Section||Society: Values and Justice|
|Published online||02 December 2020|
Compulsory divided property – problems and solutions within modernisation of Latvian legal system
Rıga Stradiņš University, Riga, Latvia
After the end of the Soviet regime, a dual situation – a divided property with land and buildings owned by different persons – occurred in Latvia. Study objective: to describe key tendencies of modernising the Latvian legal system for discontinuation of compulsory divided property by examining historical development and legal framework thereof. Methods used: general scientific – descriptive, analytical, formally dogmatic, graphic; Legal interpretation methods – grammatical, systemic, teleological, historical. Conclusions: occurrence of the divided property is related to historical circumstances and causes various issues between building owners and landowners; thus, elaboration and adoption of new draft laws will ensure discontinuation of the divided property and well-balanced interests of the parties. The study could be binding to those willing to know more about legal system development tendencies in other country, i.e., in Latvia.
Key words: restriction / compulsory divided property / Land Reform
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