Seizure of property is allowed to ensure:
1) preservation of physical evidence;
2) special confiscation;
3) confiscation of property as a type of punishment or criminal measure against a legal entity;
4) compensation for damage caused by a criminal offence (a civil claim in criminal proceeding), or recovery of illegal benefits received from a legal entity.
When a victim of offence wants to initiate a seizure of corporate rights, it is necessary to prove that the corporate rights belonging to the victim are the subject of criminal wrongdoings, in respect of which officials, founders, their representatives, state registrars and other persons commit illegal actions, and, therefore, such corporate rights have material value, evidence in the case, as records of them confirm the illegality of the actions of state registrars, founders etc.
In this regard, it should be proved a need to prohibit further disposal, re-registration, sale, alienation of the property to others. Failure to apply a measure to ensure criminal proceedings in the future will inevitably complicate the establishment of the truth and conduct the necessary investigative actions.