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principles of trust. Furthermore, trust management differs from the (Soviet) concepts of ‘economic ownership’ ( kho- ziaistvennoe vedenie ) and ‘administrative (operative) management’ ( operativnoe upravlenie ), on the one hand, and from the classic common-law form of trust, on the other. The transplant of

In: Review of Central and East European Law
Authors: Murray Raff and Anna Taitslin

conversion of rights of operative management, and similar incongruous rights, into either ownership or another recognized form of civil-law proprietary interest. The article suggests that in this regard not much progress has been made so far. On one hand, the post-Soviet civil law has taken some tentative

In: Review of Central and East European Law
Volume Editors: Sonja Novković and Henry Veltmeyer
Co-operativism and Local Development in Cuba consists of a series of pathbreaking essays on the role of co-operativism, and the new co-operatives, in the democratic transformation of Cuba and the government’s plan to update the model in the current context. The contributors are well-known specialists on Cuba, co-operativism and local development. With a shared concern for how an increased focus on co-operativism and local development can contribute to the updating of the Cuban model and the advance of socialism, the contributors to the book have placed an analysis of the issues involved in the broader context of the international co-operative movement and the ongoing capitalist development process in Latin America.

Contributors include: Milford Bateman, Al Campbell, Grizel Donéstevez Sánchez, Cliff DuRand, Olga Fernández Ríos, Julio C. Gambina, Camila Piñeiro Harnecker, Sonja Novković, Dayrelis Ojeda Suris, Gabriela Roffinelli, Frederick. S. Royce, Dean Sinković, Henry Veltmeyer, Marcelo Vieta.
Author: John Quigley

former restrictions on the number of houses one may own. Previously, it was permissible to own only one house and one vacation house. Soviet Civil Law describes the basis on which state enterprises hold property as "operative management" (operativnoe upravlenie). The 1990 Law on Ownership discards that

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies

operative management (operativnoe upravlenie).44This bundle of rights known as operative management was a necessary means to execute socialist state property. It was elaborated as a complex institution wherein civil law regulations dominated (Art. 21 of the Principles of Civil Legislation).45 The right of

In: Review of Central and East European Law

transformation or liquidation, the norms of the Code on unitary enterprises, based on the right of operative management (Articles 113, 115, 296, 297) apply to said enterprises, taking into account that their founders own the property thereof. 6. The relevant norms of the Code on unitary enterprises based on the

In: Review of Central and East European Law
Author: Peter Roudik

adopted in Russia maintain residual elements of a planned economy such as (full) “economic ownership” ([ polnoe ] khoziaistvennoe vedenie ) and “operative management” ( operativnoe upravlenie ). She reviews different forms of state enterprises in Russia and views “trust management” ( doveritel

In: Review of Central and East European Law

Enterprises Based on the Right of Economic Ownership ..................... 312 Art. 115. Unitary Enterprise Based on the Right of Operative Management .................... 313 3 § 5. Non-Commercial Organizations Art. 116. Consumer Cooperative

In: Review of Central and East European Law
Author: Richard Caddell

of everything’ remains a distant prospect, Serdy expresses hope that prospective new entrants will in future be recognised as being as significant to the operative management of a given fishery as its more established participants. The New Entrants Problem in International Fisheries Law is a

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law

spaces and localities, functioning as a factor of local development. In this regard, the State must protect and create conditions for sustainable co-operative management, to generate a new ethic that brings it closer to the values and principles of socialism. This chapter first distinguishes by stages

In: Co-operativism and Local Development in Cuba