Constitutional Court strikes down property origin law

The Constitutional Court has ruled that the law on documenting the origin of personal property is unconstitutional. The case against the law was brought by MPs Jan Drgonec and Katarína Tóthová, who argued that it interferes in ownership rights and is retroactive. SITA

The Constitutional Court has ruled that the law on documenting the origin of personal property is unconstitutional. The case against the law was brought by MPs Jan Drgonec and Katarína Tóthová, who argued that it interferes in ownership rights and is retroactive. SITA

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