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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anton Blinov
Virtual Objects and Ownership
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
The present paper research is aimed to study legal issues that arise in connection with the superimposed virtual objects, which could be used only within bounds of real estate or in some cases are connected to movable property.

During the research, the author found a place for imposed virtual objects in the civil law system. Holograms, objects of augmented and mixed reality, as author concluded, refers to such virtual objects.

The author has formulated a number of fundamental provisions that determine the relationship of such objects with other objects of civil law rights. He also proposed the concept of a virtual object in a broad sense.

The study suggests an understanding of the material objects with the virtual space as a component included where could be placed virtual objects. The latter predetermines a new possible approach to ownership with the owner's right to permit the placement of virtual objects in the virtual space of the thing with certain restrictions in public purposes. One of the problems mentioned was the conflict of ownership and the exclusive right of the person placing the virtual object in the virtual space of the owner's property.

The author proposes the basic provisions on the right to place virtual objects, which could become an objects of civil dealings and is not an absolute right, but have similar features with it.

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