Digital Objects: The Legal Peculiarities, the Role and Prospects of Use

  • Timur Giorgievich Okriashvili Kazan Federal University
  • Voronin Maksim Valer'evich Moscow state University
  • Albert Valentinovich Pavlyuk Moscow State Institute of International Relations
  • Elena Anatolyevna Kirillova Russian Federation Southwest State University
Palabras clave: digital objects, smart contract, blockchain technology, digital resources, Digital.

Resumen

Digital assets are increasingly used in civil invoicing, which requires the development and unification of legal standards in the field of the creation and use of digital assets. The main objective of this study is to define digital assets as a legal category and precisely characteristics for the digital objects of other civil objects according to identifications. Methods of analysis of legal standards, collection and study of individual facts, statistical methods, scientific abstraction methods and methods of representation of the archives were used. The study that digital objects are an independent legal category, which is an intangible digital asset that can only be created with the help of modern technologies, my that ownership of digital objects arises from the moment of verification with a verification with a code and the realization of a digital input. in a special transaction log. For the right of inheritance of digital objects, it is necessary to implement a verification of holder verification and identification of digital objects during their creation and disposal.

Biografía del autor/a

Timur Giorgievich Okriashvili, Kazan Federal University
PhD in jurisprudence, Associate professor at the Department of Theory and History of State and Law, Kazan Federal University, aud. 305a, 18 Kremlyovskaya St. Kazan, 420008.
Voronin Maksim Valer'evich, Moscow state University
Associate professor at the Department of Theory and History of State and Law, Kazan Federal University, Ph. D., associate Professor of the Department of theory of State and law and political science, Moscow state University, 1, p. 13, Leninskie Gory micro district, Moscow.
Albert Valentinovich Pavlyuk, Moscow State Institute of International Relations
Candidate of legal sciences (PhD in Law), Associate Professor, Deputy Head of the Department of Public Administration and Law; Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.
Elena Anatolyevna Kirillova, Russian Federation Southwest State University
Candidate of legal Sciences, associate Professor of the Department of civil law, Russian Federation Southwest State University, ul. 50 let Oktyabrya, 94, Kursk, 305040.

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Publicado
2020-12-09