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Volume 108, 2021IX Baltic Legal Forum “Law and Order in the Third Millennium” 2020
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Fighting Crime: Criminal Law Issues|
|Published online||31 May 2021|
Vandalism in the system of statutory evaluation: a comparative analysis of the Russian and German legislation
FSPFEIHE Ural State Pedagogical University, Institute of Psychology, Ekaterinburg, Russia
2 FSPFEIHE Ural State Pedagogical University, Institute of Social Education, Ekaterinburg, Russia
3 FSPFEIHE Ural State Pedagogical University, Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication, Ekaterinburg, Russia
4 Eberhard Karl University of Tübingen, Faculty of Law, Tuebingen, Germany
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The article presents an experience of comparing the articles of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation and of the Federal Republic of Germany (Strafgesetzbuch), aimed at protecting social interaction and public order from vandalism. The purpose of the given comparison was an attempt to form a holistic treatment of the phenomenon of vandalism from the point of view of statutory evaluation. To make the comparison, a comparative legal analysis of the relevant norms was selected as a tool. As a result, the authors have identified the similarities and differences in the structure of legal norms, in the terminology, the existence of related norms protecting against encroachment on public order – those similar to antivandal measures, the specificity of public relations, as well as personal property rights. The prospect of further research on the legal status of vandalism in different countries has been outlined.
Key words: vandalism / criminal law / Criminal Code of the Russian Federation / Strafgesetzbuch
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