Through conducted and completed proceedings, the Constitutional Court of BiH, starting from the principles of state legal continuity and legal succession, in terms of the Constitution of BiH, determined the concept of state property and highlighted the competence of state institutions to regulate the issue of state property by adopting appropriate regulations. The fact is that state property is an object that the RS tried to regulate with the Law on Immovable Property Used for the Functioning of Public Authorities. However, as the RS does not have the competence to regulate the issue in question, i.e. state property, the said law of the RS was invalidated by the decision of the Constitutional Court of BiH, which it has done before on several occasions, when the mentioned entity passed regulations of a similar or the same nature. Therefore, the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina maintained the established continuity of its activities, and remained on the previously held legal understandings and positions, says Velić for Oslobođenje.
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