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DOI: 10.1163/157303510X12650378239991 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 Review of Central and East European Law 35 (2010) 59-76 Trust Management as a Legal Form of Managing State Property in Russia * Zlata E. Benevolenskaya Abstract In Russia, trust management ( doveritel ’noe upravlenie

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possibility of managing state property efficiently and effectively in another way short of total divestiture of ownership; i.e ., transferring state-owned assets by way of a trust (trust agreement, trust management) to professional mangers. Secondly , that the trust doctrine is not totally alien to Rus- sian

In: Review of Central and East European Law
Author: Andrey Zhdanov

2003, and partly is an adoption of publications in Russian legal journals and university reviews that have appeared in the period 2002-2003. The author shows that the Russian trust—although originally structured as a contractual obligation (trust management contract)—is evolving closer to a property

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Civil Code, sections 849–861 (contracts for trust management of property). Translated in Civil code of the Republic of Uzbekistan.  

In: Foreign Law Guide

Trustee act. Chapter 329 Revised Laws. Reprinted in International trust laws and analysis. Public trustee act. Chapter 269. Trusts and trust management companies act of 1996. International trust act 40 of 1996. Reprinted in International trust laws and at http://checkpoint.riag.com/(RIA World wide

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Struggle for Freedom in Russian History 1 7-25 Articles Benevolenskaya , Zlata E. , Trust Management as a Legal Form of Managing State Property in Russia 1 59-76 Black , Robert see Kireeva , Irina Damaschin , Mircea , Legislative Evolution in Romanian Criminal Proceedings: The Special Procedure for

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law. In 1997, she was awarded a Candidate of Jurisprudence degree (at the SPbGU Law Faculty, Department of Commercial Law); her candidate dissertation was entitled “Pravovye problemy doveritel’nogo upravleniia imushchestvom v sphere predprinimatel’stva” (Legal Problems of Trust Management of Property

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

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confirmed. For instance, collective trust levels among bank employees in Russia were higher than in Poland. They further speak to the idea of trust management. Finally, they suggest a number of interesting topics for future study. In “Legitimacy and Civic Culture: Trust in Democracy in the Czech Republic

In: Comparative Sociology
Author: Jagdish Raj

and men to amils be discouraged. The fearful evils of the contract system were closely observed and un- ceasingly pointed out by the British Government. Its representatives at the Lucknow Court urged the Nawab to try the trust management and fix a fair and moderate demand for a period of not less than

In: Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient