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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ivan Naumov
The Legal Regime of Virtual Property
2017
As part of this study, the author identifies the need to protect the rights to virtual objects. He establishes the legal nature of the objects of virtual property, as well as the range of legal relations developing with virtual property. In addition, this paper analyzes a number of possible means of legal regulation of the virtual property regime. The author also pays attention to the establishment of possible limits of responsibility for all categories of persons who interact with respect to virtual property, as well as the direct consideration of liability measures. In addition, within the framework of this work, there are indications of possible remedies for the rights to virtual property available to different categories of persons. In conclusion, the author gives specific recommendations for creating a legal regime for virtual objects.

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