AGRAR REFORM – a change in the land property relations and the property structure with the intervention of the state. One of the most important measures of agrarian policy, because it solves the key issues of the agrarian structure. It occurs in conditions of economic underdevelopment and agrarian overpopulation. The Law on Agricultural Reform and Colonization (1945) liquidated and expropriated capitalist holdings, whereby the property was limited to 35 ha total area in the farmers and 3 ha in non-farmers. The Law on Agricultural Land Fund (1953) limited the agrarian maximum of 10 ha to farmers and to 3 ha in non-farmers. The country's maximum was abolished in 1988. Dr. Gosh.