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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Vitalii Filippenko
The Legal Regulation of Public Relations on the State Protection of Cultural Heritage Object in Russia
Larisa M. Pakhomova
7
2019
The relevance of the study is that the state protection of cultural heritage is one of the priorities of the Russian public authorities, but the Russian legislation in this area has shortcomings that prevent the achievement of this task.

In addition, legal regulation in the sphere of state protection of cultural heritage objects is often associated with interference in the sphere of private legal interests.

In this regard, within the framework of the legal regulation of this sphere, it is not uncommon for the emergence of a conflict situation between the public interest in the preservation of historical and cultural values and the private interests of persons who are forced to undergo certain negative consequences for themselves, expressed in restrictions and prohibitions on the implementation of activities on the territory of cultural heritage objects and their protected areas or the imposition on the right holders of cultural heritage objects of obligations to commit actions aimed at the preservation of cultural heritage objects.

Therefore, there have been recent court disputes in which interested individuals or legal entities have sought to challenge the priority of such limitations and obligations in the public interest over their private interests.

The study aims to identify problems in the legal regulation of public relations in the field of state protection of cultural heritage in Russia.

According to the results of the study, the gaps and shortcomings of the current legislation in the field of state protection of cultural heritage objects, which are of practical value for the correction of this legislation, are revealed.

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