The ban on the sale of land can cost €2-75 thousand per person – the Ministry of justice

Запрет на продажу земли может стоить €2-75 тысяч на человека - Минюст

Ukrainians will be able to obtain from 2 to 75 thousand euros land claim

ECHR starts compensation on claims of citizens in land issues, if the authorities will not solve the issue with the moratorium.

The European Court of human rights will go to the purpose of the monetary compensation, if the problem of the moratorium on land sales will not be resolved in time. This was stated by the representative of the Ministry of justice, head of Department of coordination of the implementation of decisions of the ECHR, and informing the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe Alice Petukhov, writes ekonomichna Pravda.

According to her, the decision of the ECHR in the case of Zelenchuk and SICURA against Ukraine gives Ukraine a choice, to implement the decisions of the ECHR or not. “Ukraine needs to implement the decision, and to do it “properly”, – said Petukhov.

“And the time (of the decision – ed.) not so much because the subsequent decisions of the ECHR, and such will be, will appoint the applicants just satisfaction. This will place an additional burden on the budget”, – said the representative of the Ministry of justice.

According to her, the court’s decision in this case is systemic. That is the problem of the moratorium needs to be solved not only in relation to individual claimants, but in General.

If it is not addressed in time, said Petukhov, the ECHR in other cases will go to the purpose of the monetary compensation from 2 thousand to 75 thousand euros, which depends on the assessment by the ECtHR of each specific claim.

Not complying with the ECHR’s decision, Ukraine may soon receive the following pilot solution. This means that the decision of the ECHR will apply to all potential claims from Ukraine.

Recall that in may 2018 the verdict in the case of Zelenchuk and SICURA against Ukraine, the ECtHR ruled that the state, declaring a moratorium, did not provide a fair balance between the public interest and property rights of citizens.

Both applicants – farmers Sofia Zelenchuk and Victor Secure – should be compensated 3 million euros each.

Before it became known that the Ukrainian for the first time defended his right to dispose of the land, Recalling the decision of the ECHR.

 

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