The Decline of the Right of Private Property / Forbes Kazakhstan

“Western civilisation has always considered the inviolability of private property to be one of its pillars. The European Convention calls for respect for everyone’s right to property without exception, and the American castle doctrine gives homeowners the right to defend their homes by the use of physical force, among other things. The keystone, the bulwark of the Western culture and legal system, a value that the new legal order has perhaps clumsily but sincerely tried to embrace, is undergoing changes that are deeply perplexing to the modern man and jurist.” 

Andrei Gusev, an international law specialist and Managing Partner at Nordic Star Law Offices, told Forbes Kazakhstan about the concept of private property.

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