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Development of Forms of Ownership in Yugoslavia
Development of Forms of Ownership in Yugoslavia

Author(s): Author Not Specified
Subject(s): National Economy, Marxist economics, Socio-Economic Research
Published by: Jugoslovenski Pregled
Keywords: Yugoslavia; ownership;

Summary/Abstract: According to Yugoslavia’s pre-war legislation holders of the right ownership were natural and artificial persons (business companies, business co-operatives, family co-operatives, political, sports, cultural and other associations, religious institu-tions, etc., the state, »banovinas«, communes, public agencies, etc.). However, it made no difference to the character of private ownership whether the property holders were natural or artificial persons since in both cases appropriation was carried out in private interest. Therefore, in this article the notion of private prop-erty also covers property owned by the state and its derivative bodies, since in view of the class character of its holders this form of property did not in essence differ from the private ownership of other holders.

  • Issue Year: IV/1963
  • Issue No: 12
  • Page Range: 1673-1689
  • Page Count: 17
  • Language: English