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Compensation by the State for Harm Caused by Illegal Actions (Inaction) of Public Authorities or their Officials

Student: Kseniya Rodionova

Supervisor: Natalia Pronina

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

At present, the issue of compensation for losses caused by the state is very topical because the number of situations when state bodies harm citizens or legal entities by their action or inaction is constantly increasing. The purpose of this research is to examine how to obtain actual compensation from the state for damage as well as to solve problematic issues related to the restoration of this damage. The goal should be achieved through the examination of legal norms, jurisprudence, and doctrines. The method of collecting practical material, method of summarization, analytical, systematic, formal legal method and synthesis have been used in the research. In the process of research, the problems of real compensation for harm caused by state bodies will be considered, and ways of resolution will be suggested.

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