Legal Regulation of Land Lease in Ukraine
The paper investigates the legal regulation of land lease in Ukraine. The expediency of strengthening the role and responsibility of the state in the field of conservation of leased land is substantiated. The current legislative provisions governing the legal issues of leasing land plots in Ukraine are provided. The main issues of legal regulation of land lease in Ukraine are formulated from the standpoint of the current legislative acts. The relevance of the issue is determined by the urgent need to resolve all issues arising between the parties upon handover (acceptance) of land for lease in Ukraine within the framework of the current legislation. Legal regulation of all issues related to the lease of land in Ukraine helps to prevent and resolve disputes between the parties related to ignorance, or failure to perform obligations of lease agreements, which are consolidated by the provisions of the current legislation, by any of the parties. Relations between lessees and lessors acquire a legislative framework, which greatly facilitates the resolution of all possible disputes. The practical significance of the study lies in identification and statement of the main regulations of current legislation, which objectively govern the issues of lease relations between the parties in Ukraine, from a legal position. The results of the paper, the conclusions and opinions contained therein, can be used in practical activities by organizations and individuals concluding lease agreements with each other for the right to use land plots in order to settle their lease obligations from the standpoint of the law. Of particular importance is the ability to facilitate the successful resolution of disputes between parties entering into lease relations, or to completely avoid them.
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