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Особенности перехода прав владения и пользования государственным и муниципальным имуществом в аспекте антимонопольного регулирования

Russian legislation prescribes some cases of compulsory tendering in certain areas. Tender regulation is divided into two groups – the tender regulation for «sale» and tender regulation for «buy». The first group includes those types of compulsory tenders, where the state authorities, local authorities, other organizers of the tenders are the seller of the property (privatization, «land tenders», «forest tenders», tenders for sale of confiscated property and other types of compulsory tenders (total of at least 10 types of tenders). The second group of tenders are those tenders where the buyer acts as purchaser of products (government procurement). Federal law of December 6, 2011 № 401-FZ (the third package of antitrust regulation) has begun the process of unification of regulation of the first group of tenders. The law provides for an uniform procedure for appeals and uniform requirements for publishing information on tenders.