Recently, the Ukrainian government issued certain amendments to the previously enacted legislation on large-scale transactions. This law aims to simplify and streamline processes involved in undertaking certain transactions related to the purchase, sale, and exchange of real estate and other assets with a certain value. In essence, this law primarily seeks to exhibit improvements in the existing transaction procedures implemented by the Ukrainian government. This new amendment modifies the existing legislation and introduces some changes to the procedures followed in the sale, purchase, and exchange of real estate and other assets. Further, this new law promises to offer a considerable increase in the level of convenience to those who are involved in such transactions. To begin with, the law proposes simplifying the paperwork required for certain transactions. It does this by taking into account the various parameters, such as the level of complexity of the transaction and the value of the asset or real estate involved. Furthermore, this law also proposes changes to the exiting Deferred Settlement Procedure for the taxation of large-scale transactions related to real estate. Various other changes have been made to the legislation, such as an increasing the frequency of tax payments, extending the lease term for owners of the sold real estate, and introducing some other requirements regarding documents and notifications. One of the most crucial changes made by this new amendment is related to the property rights of dispossessed persons. This amendment ensures that all the necessary measures for the respect of the rights of those dispossessed persons are taken into consideration before the implementation of the transaction. All in all, these amendments are surely proving to be of tremendous assistance to those who are involved in such transactions. By simplifying the procedure and introducing valuable provisions, this law hopes to make the process of undertaking large-scale transactions in Ukraine easy and convenient. With such a well-crafted law being in place, it is expected that transactions of this kind will become easier to manage in the near future.