Previously, the main form of land ownership was considered to be the land of the community, which for the most part belonged to free peasants. Also at the same time, there were the following forms of land ownership:
1) princely villages, which collected a certain tax and sent it, once a month.
2) estates, subsistence farms, were also irreplaceable, and usually were not taxed by the state.
3) church lands, lands belonging to Orthodox churches, and usually were not taxed by the state.
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