Russian Federation

  title={Russian Federation},
  author={Bruce W. Bean and Evgeniya Shpak},
In its 1000 year history, the year 2001 was the best year yet for legal reform in Russia. In this article we briefly summarize significant developments in Russian laws covering land reform, joint stock companies, taxes and labor. In addition, Part III of the Civil Code has become effective creating more certainty with respect to inheritances. 

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