Išeivija – išsilaisvinsiančiai Lietuvai: nuosavybės santykių modeliavimas.
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The article describes the publications of 1945–1990 in the Lithuanian emigration press, reflecting the efforts to use the intellectual potential of Lithuanian emigration in the future in order to reconstruct the Lithuanian political-social system and public relations after breaking away from the Soviet Union. One of the tasks of higher importance the emigration considered was the search for the proper future legal regulation in the sphere of ownership relations, taking into account the essential reforms in this sphere that have been made in Lithuania by the Soviet authority. The discussions in the field of ownership relations began practically from the beginning of the second Soviet occupation after the representatives of Lithuanian residents retreated to the West. The most active discussions were held during the sixth-seventh decades. The eminent interwar period Lithuanian specialists in conformable fields expressed their opinion in the press. Although there was no unanimous resolution in solving this complex problem, the majority’s opinion was to support an increased role of the state not only in the restitution of private property but also in the forthcoming property relationships in general. Based on general belief, economic and practical reasoning, the restitution of private property had to be careful and slow. It was thought that it was unnecessary to give up planned economy which had coordinated the areas of internal economy with social needs of the nation as well as with the situation in worldwide markets. The importance of social justice was stressed in the process of restituting private property and market effectiveness. Next to private property and other related civil law institutes, another problem that was widely discussed among emigrant lawyers was the inappropriateness of the civil code going forward.
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