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The Legal Regime Of The Lands Of The Special Economic Zones

Student: Valentin Koshkin

Supervisor: Elena G. Rakova

Faculty: School of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

The present work focuses on the analysis of the legal regime of the lands of special economic zones (SEZ). The research is conducted in order to eliminate the current uncertainty in the specifics of land use in the SEZ which is caused by the existence of general and special legal regimes of the lands in Russia. The work attempts to study the history of SEZ in the Russian Federation; overviews types of special economic zones; considers and gives characteristic to the order of reservation and withdrawal of the lands for creation of SEZ; identifies the procedure of granting the land within the territory of SEZ and characterizes the lease of the land sites in special economic zones. The work concentrates on outlining the differences of legal regimes of lands within the territory of special economic zones and other lands. The main problems related to the legal regime of the land of the special economic zones are examined and several suggestions on how to resolve them are offered.

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