According to Ukrinform, this is reported by platform to work with open government data Opendatabot.
“The number of raiding proceedings initiated in 2022 in general and, in particular, during martial law has significantly decreased. So, for 5 months of the current year, 51 criminal proceedings were taken into account under articles related to raiding. This is almost 10 times less than for the same period in 2021,” the report says.
It is noted that for 3 months of active hostilities, only 17 raider attacks were recorded. In particular, during this time, the Ministry of Justice received 109 complaints about registration actions. And the vast majority (95%) of them relate to raiding committed before the start of a full-scale invasion.
In total, in January-May of this year, 569 complaints were received: 461 in the real estate sector and 108 in business. For comparison, for the same period in 2021, the Ministry of Justice received 1,633 complaints (1,336 complaints in the field of real estate and 297 in business).
A significant decrease in the number of criminal proceedings related to raiding is associated with a long-term ban on registration actions both with notaries and state registrars.
In addition, stricter liability for offenses and the modified work of the judiciary during the war became an important factor.
As reported, in May the Verkhovna Rada adopted the law “On Amendments to Certain Laws of Ukraine to Improve the Mechanism for Counteracting Raiding” (registration No. 3774).