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Problems and Possibilities of Land Withdrawal Mechanisms for Public Needs in Moscow Practice in 2017-2019

Student: Elina Galimova

Supervisor: Ivan Medvedev

Faculty: Faculty of Urban and Regional Development

Educational Programme: Urban Development and Spatial Planning (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

This paper discusses legal issues of land withdrawal for public needs – mechanisms known as eminent domain, compulsory purchase, or land acquisition – in Moscow practice. The first chapter presents a theoretical framework on the right of eminent domain. The second chapter contains a review of Russian legislation and results of previous research. The third section provides a comprehensive empirical analysis, based on open data from Moscow City Government regulation acts on land withdrawal for 2017-2019. Based on the results of the study, legislative amendments are developed.

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