Noisy behavior of residents of an apartment building as a matter of neighborly law (the case of relationship between dog owners and neighbors)

  • Dmitry Pyatkov Altai State University - Russia
  • Margarita Pyatkova Altai State University - Russia
  • Ulvi Amilogly Aliyev Altai State University - Russia
  • Polina Savitskaya Altai State University - Russia
Keywords: Property right, neighborhood law, ensuring silence, peace of citizens, property right reform in Russia

Abstract

The aim of this study is to examine in detail such a segment of neighborhood law as the silence related relations of neighbors in an apartment building. Neighborhood law, despite its long existence in the legal systems of foreign countries, remains unspecific in the regulation of relations between apartment owners, while in Russia neighborhood law has not received due attention from the federal legislator. We believe that competition between public and private law on this issue should be resolved in favor of private law. Civil law in the current state contains a great potential for the regulation of neighborhood relations and protection of neighborhood rights. The possibilities of civil law in this area should be expanded in the course of the forthcoming reform of property legislation. It is necessary to continue the development of neighborhood law in Russia.

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Author Biographies

Dmitry Pyatkov, Altai State University - Russia

PhD, Associate Professor at the Civil Law Department of the Altai State University, Law Institute, Russian Federation

Margarita Pyatkova, Altai State University - Russia

Student of the Altai State University, Law Institute, Russian Federation

Ulvi Amilogly Aliyev, Altai State University - Russia

Graduate student at the Russian School of Private Law (Moscow), Russian Federation

Polina Savitskaya, Altai State University - Russia

Student of the Altai State University Law Institute, Russian Federation

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Published
2019-12-30
How to Cite
Pyatkov, D., Pyatkova, M., Aliyev, U. A., & Savitskaya, P. (2019). Noisy behavior of residents of an apartment building as a matter of neighborly law (the case of relationship between dog owners and neighbors). Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(22), 234-249. https://doi.org/10.46652/rgn.v4i22.575