The article in question is devoted to the problems of compensation for damage resulting from military actions under martial law. It examines the imperfection of the legal approach to the issue of compensation for the damage caused by armed aggression in the current legislation and analyzes court decisions. Since reforming legislation and adapting it to the conditions of martial law takes time and is a very complicated process, the author suggests ways to solve this problem based on research in this area. The purpose of this article is to establish the possibility of applying the institution of civil liability to the Russian Federation for damage caused to real estate on the territory of Ukraine as a result of armed aggression, as well as to provide prospects for protecting the rights of owners of damaged property in Ukrainian courts. The article will consider the general grounds of civil liability for property damage caused by the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine
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