The disintegration of former Yugoslavia resulted in a legal mess. A group of Belgrade School of Law professors try to come up with some answers Can a Serb lose the ownership of his summer house in Rovinj (Croatia)? Or a Croat an estate on Mt. Kopaonik (Serbia)? Does an officer from Svilajnac (Serbia) who has […]

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