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The Relation of the Division of Law into Public and Private within the Property Law

Author(s): Lyuba Panayotova-Chalakova
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, History of Law, Civil Law, Roman law
Published by: Пловдивски университет »Паисий Хилендарски«
Keywords: public property; private property; Roman law; public law; private law; historical changes; expropriation
Summary/Abstract: The study attempts to consider some fundamental legal phenomena known from ancient times, but requiring modern reading, as well as new phenomena that society in recent years has required as legal regulation. The challenge of the present work is to find the roots and the connection between these phenomena. Traditional and fundamental issues include the distinction between public and private property, as well as the impact of this distinction in view of the different ways in which private property is confiscated in favor of public entities. Newer issues include expropriations such as modern regulations, confiscation of criminally acquired property, and more. The study will trace the historical foundations of the division of property into public and private, as well as the impact of its denial in Bulgaria during certain periods. An attempt will be made to look to in a new way at the time-consuming restoration of this division of property and the consequences for Bulgarian citizens of this return to the classics. The study also comments on a number of works by established Bulgarian scientists which are relevant to the topic.