Сomparative legal analysis of foreign criminal legislation on liability for theft with penetration into housing

The struggle of law enforcement agencies of our state should always be based on the scientific achievements of criminologists and the positive experience of foreign legislation.To effectively address and achieve existing successes in combating such a socially dangerous and widespread phenomenon as theft combined with burglary, it is advisable to study the experience of other countries, for further use and study the possibilities of its application in modern Ukrainian realities.These circumstances determine the relevance of the comparative legal study of the socio-legal nature and assessment of the phenomenon we are studying in the criminal law of other states.The article examines such a qualified type of theft as theft, combined with the penetration of housing in the criminal law of various post-Soviet states, "descendants" of the socialist legal family, and European states.The existing foreign experience is analyzed using the comparative legal method, which gives an idea of this phenomenon, based on the legislative consolidation and criminal law assessment.Attention is drawn to the different approaches to the legislative definition of this qualified type of theft and liability for it.The purpose of the article is to study and analyze the norms-prohibitions, which are aimed at ensuring the protection and inviolability of property in the home and have a normative enshrinement in the relevant articles of criminal law of foreign countries.To do this, first of all, it is necessary to investigate the specifics of the legislative consolidation, to analyze them by qualifying "differences", as well as to identify the "place" occupied by the analyzed type of theft compared to other types in different legal systems.Compare the responsibility for theft combined with breaking into homes in different countries by their type and severity.

Doi: 10.31359/jnalsu.29(2).2022.275-291