Гармонизация структуры «lex sportiva»
The doctrine of sports law of the Russian Federation considers as sources of sports law the legal acts of the Russian Federation and the regulations developed by non-state sports organizations - "lex sportiva". With regard to the regulatory legal acts of the Russian Federation, it can be stated that they are classical sources of all branches of law, which cannot be said about the “lex sportiva”, which is inherent exclusively in sports law. In addition, it is customary to perceive “lex sportiva” as a single complex of homogeneous norms. The author suggests that such an approach to the perception of "lex sportiva" is not entirely correct. The article proposes a revision of doctrinal approaches to the perception of "lex sportiva" as a single complex of homogeneous norms. In this connection, this study is aimed at studying the "lex sportiva" as a complex system consisting of the regulations of non-state sports organizations, "lex ludica" and "lex specialis". An attempt is made again to introduce such categories as "lex ludica" and "lex specialis" into the doctrine of domestic sports law, which make it possible to state the heterogeneity of "lex sportiva". In addition, the author's structure of "lex sportiva" will be given in the conclusion and an attempt will be made to determine the legal nature of individual elements of "lex sportiva".