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Type: Journal article
Title: Ukraine's transition from Soviet to Post-Soviet law: property as a lesson in failed regulation
Author: Babie, P.
Citation: East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies, 2016; 3(1):3-38
Publisher: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies
Issue Date: 2016
ISSN: 2292-7956
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Paul Babie
Abstract: This article traces the parallel developments of the Ukrainian transition from Soviet to post-Soviet law and from state to private property. To do this, the article is divided into four parts. The first examines the transition of the Ukrainian legal system from pre-Soviet to post-Soviet law. The second traces the microcosm of that transition as it occurred through the failed adoption of private property introduced in the law of post-Soviet Ukraine. The third demonstrates that the flawed approach by which private property has been adopted, with little if any real and effective regulation in post-independence Ukraine, has produced negative consequences for the Ukrainian people. The final part concludes.
Keywords: Ukrainian Law; Soviet Law; Civil Law; Post-Soviet Law; Property; Obligation; Regulation
Rights: © 2016 East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies (ewjus.com)
RMID: 0030044928
Published version: http://ewjus.com/ojs/index.php/ewjus/article/view/167
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