In article topical legal issues of the Russian system of the state registration of the rights for real estate from the point of view of protection and protection of the rights of subjects of a civil turn are analyzed; opinions of scientists and courts on this problem are presented; the author's position is reasoned.
The paper is devoted to the legal aspects of the use of cryptocurrencies in trade turnover. Cryptocurrency is considered in the paper as a means of exchange and one of the types of tokens, digital signs, mediating the process of conclusion and execution of transactions. This approach allows us to apply the norms of civil law to the emerging legal relations concerning cryptocurrencies, despite the need to adopt a special regulatory, legal act on the legalization of cryptocurrencies. The analysis of possible changes in the regulatory framework of cryptocurrency regulation in Russia and Eurasian Economic Union countries based on foreign experiences and practices of cryptocurrency legalization in the Republic of Belarus are considered. The author concludes that the Belarusian model of legal regulation is aimed at maximum liberalization of the regime of operations with cryptocurrencies within the particular jurisdiction of the Hi-Tech Park. The legal status of a resident of the Hi-Tech Park allows legal transactions using cryptocurrencies without the application of national legislation in the field of financial operations, banking, currency control and other areas of state control.
This paper is a review of the recent book written by Anton M. Mikhailov, the member of the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The author of the review considers the philosophical premises of the correlation between ideology and science of law that was analysed by Mikhailov. The review underscores the relevance of the book in question, and at the same time it draws attention to certain disputable issues. Among these issues are such as the definition and the fuctions of ideology, the description of the basic tenets of normative jurisprudence, sociological jurisprudence and other approaches to law.