Once all the documents have been verified, the Principality`s bags reserve the right to request additional information. If the necessary information is not disclosed, the application will be delayed. Our full criteria for mortgages are available at www.principality.co.uk/PBS/Intermediaries/Intermediaries-Mortgage-Lending-Criteria Principality of Halych (Ukrainian: Russian: . Ancient Eastern Slavs: кънѧжьство; In Romanian: Cnezatul Halici), or principality of Halychian Russia, was a principality of the medieval East Slavic and one of the most important regional states in the political field of Kievan Russia, founded by members of the oldest line of Yaroslav, wise descendants. A characteristic of the Principality of Halych was an important role of the nobility and citizens in political life, whose will was the main condition of the main domination.  Halych as capital, which was mentioned around 1124 as the seat of Ivan Vasylkovych, the grandson of Rostislav of Tmutarakan. After Mykhailo Hrushevsky, Halych`s empire after the death of his father Vladimir Jaroslawich was handed over to Rostyslav, but he was later exiled by his uncle to Tmutarakan.  The kingdom was then handed over to Jaropolk Izyaslavich, who was a son of the great reigning prince of Kiev Izyaslav I of Kiev. As part of the territory of Kiev Russia, the territory was organized later than the southern part of the Principality of Volodymyr. Around 1085, with the help of the Grand Prince of Kiev Vsevolod I of Kiev settled the three Rostystlavych brothers – the sons of Rostislav Vladimirovich (of Tmutarakan). Their lands were organized into three small principalities of Przemysl, Zvenyhorod and Terebovlia. In 1097, the Principality of Terebovlia was secured by the Council of Liubech after several years of civil war with Vasylko Rostyslavych.
In 1124, the principality of Halych was entrusted to the Principality of Teredolie by his father Vasylkovich, the prince of Terebovlia, as a small principality. Wolodymyrko pursued a compensation policy between the neighbours. He succeeded in strengthening the power of the Principality, snagging some cities belonging to the Great Prince of Kiev and keeping them despite the conflict with the two powerful rulers Iziaslav II of Kiev and King Géza II of Hungary.  An essential feature of the political life of the Halychial Principality was the decisive role of nobles and citizens. Halicyans used the principle of “freedom in princes” and were invited and expelled from the princes to correct their activities. Contrary to the will of Yaroslav Osmomysl, who gave up the throne to his youngest son Oleg, the Halychians invited his brother Vladimir II. Jaroslawich and, later, after a conflict with him, Roman the Great, Prince of Wolodymyr. But almost immediately, Roman was replaced by Andre – the son of Hungarian King Bela III.
The reason for this election was total freedom of government, guaranteed by Béla and Andrew to the Halychians.  This time can be considered the first experience of autonomy by nobles and citizens. However, the vulgar behaviour of the Hungarian garrison and its attempts to install Roman Catholic rites led to a further change of mood and were returned to the throne of Vladimir II, who ruled Halych in the following decade until 1199. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org – to know who caused your committed business development policy of Volodyslav the aggression of neighboring states and despite the Halychian resistance, they managed to subdue the Volodyslav army. In 1214, The King of Hungary Andrew and the Polish Prince Leszek signed an agreement on the partition of the Halychic Principality. The western periphery went to Poland and the rest to Hungary. Palatinate Benedict returned to Halych and the son of Hungarian King Andrew Koloman received the crown entitled “King of Galicia” from the pope. The religious conflict with the local population and the conquest by Hungarian territory, transferred to Poland, led in 1215 to the expulsion of all foreign troops and the induction of Prince Mstislav the audacious Novgorod, under whose rule all powers were concentrated in the hands of the nobility and prince, not even the Halychian army.