Shulga A.E. The Theory of Social Functions of Property in the Forestry Legal Relations

Shulga Anna Evgenyevna

Assistant, Department of Civil and International Private Law, Volgograd State University, Base Department of the Southern Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SSC RAS)

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Abstract. Understanding of property as a limited but not absolute right, as it was enshrined in the Roman private law, has become widespread in the constitutions of some modern European countries. The certain ways of the manifestation of the social function of property can be also observed in the Russian legislation. In particular, the rules of the forestry law stipulates that areas of forest fund are the exclusive property of the state. Being the public owner, the state grants the right to citizens and legal entities to free use of forests located on forest fund lands. The list of such kinds of forest use is enshrined in the Forest Code of the Russian
Federation and is not complete. For example, these include: harvesting turpentine, timber harvesting, harvesting food forest resources and collection of medicinal plants, harvesting and collection of non-timber forest resources, hunting management and implementation of the hunt, the implementation of the research and educational activities, agriculture and others.

Key words: law, property, social function of property, forest use, forest plots.

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