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The nationalization of the property of legal entities.

All legal entities registered on the territory of Crimea and Sevastopol are subject to mandatory registration in accordance with Russian law. In some cases, under the pretext of a formal inconsistency of the submitted documents the authorities of the Russian Federation denied to re-register certain legal entities. Subsequently, the property of these legal entities was nationalized. As in many other cases, actions of the authorities of the Russian Federation in this context could be defined as interference with the right to property in the form of control over the use of property. The property, in this case is the business as an opportunity to engage in income-generating activities, networking (clients), the whole part of assets, etc.

However, the subsequent nationalization of the property is much more blatant interference with the right to property.

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