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On February 5, a seminar by Daria Tretyakova on the topic “Land and Property Relations” was held in Moscow

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February 5, 2020 Daria Tretyakova held a seminar "Land and Property Relations: Provision, Registration, Withdrawal" at the Higher Courses for Advanced Training of Lawyers RF (Moscow).

These courses are held at the Russian Academy of Advocacy and Notaries. Most of the students are acting lawyers of the bar associations of Moscow and the Moscow region. The seminar was aimed at listeners who are constantly involved in land and legal issues, as well as those who have just begun to dive into this topic.

At the seminar, Daria said:

  1. about the nuances of providing land plots for construction;
  2. on controversial issues in the purchase of public land into private ownership;
  3. Other complex issues related to land and real estate leasing.

The hottest topic is about the currently prepared project for reforming the Civil Code of the Russian Federation in terms of property rights. Indeed, not all provisions of the bill are logical and thoughtful. Of great concern was the risk of abuse of the new rules on possessory protection and acquisitive prescription.

In the near future, a one-day seminar for lawyers on the topic of cadastral value and mandatory payments for land and real estate is expected. It is scheduled in Moscow at the end of March 2020.

Recall that Daria Tretyakova is a practicing lawyer in the field of land and property relations and the author of the book "Cadastral value and obligatory payments for land and real estate".


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