Retrospective analysis of land reform in Ukraine
Oksana Sakal and
Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2015, 105-115
The article deals with the development of land relations and land use in Ukraine during 1991-2015. Legal and regulatory framework of organization and reformation of land relations and land use are analyzed. In connection with this legislative provision is systematized and the stages of land reform in Ukraine are specified: 1991-1994, 1994-2001, 2001-2014, 2014 to present. Main results of each stage of the reform are generalized. Directions of state policy in the sphere of regulating land relations in the context of sustainable development in Ukraine are considered. Key measures for the further transformation of land relations are identified. Land reform as a complex of measures aimed at regulating land relations in order to form a transparent mechanism for land allocation and turnover and effective system of land administration and land use is determined.
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