This article discusses issues affecting details of conscription for military service, identifi es problems in the legal regulation of recruiting events, particularly of the military registration and the work of the military commissariat . Based on the study of law enforcement it is proposed amendments to the laws on military duty.
This article investigates how the late medieval jurisprudence of ius commune influenced the theory of contract developed by the supporters of natural law in the early modern period. In focus is the comparison of terminology of contract theory, the idea of contract, the principles of binding force and freedom of contracts as these were treated by the leading legal scholars in Spain, the Netherlands and Germany in the 16th to the 18th centuries.
The article is devoted to doctrinal re ection on the concept of head of state and to the institutionalization of head of state in Spain. Particular attention is paid to the design of the constitutional head of state in the Spanish Constitution of 1931, as well as in the legislation F. Franco and actual Constitution of 1978.
The review analyzes the content of the monograph by D.V. Iroshnikov “Safety as a legal category” (M, 2019). The novelty and relevance of this study for the Russian theoretical and legal science are emphasized. Attention is drawn to issues of practical significance, since the proposals developed in the monograph on legislative improvement of the norms of various branches of law relating to security issues deserve the closest attention and scientific understanding. The reviewer notes that the goal set by the author of the monograph, it is a comprehensive study of security as a legal category, has undoubtedly been achieved.
The article covers the legislation on placing orders for goods, works and services for state and municipal needs. In particular, the author covers upon the history of the institute of public procurement, its current status, enforcement problems and possible ways to improve the public procurement system in light of a federal contract system, for example, changes in laws and regulations to improve administrative procedural rules governing the proceedings in Review of contractual disputes in administrative (pre-trial court) order.
This article is dedicated to comparative analysis of the use of foreign law by constitutional courts. The authors explore various factors that motivate judges to refer to foreign legal sources, categorize the goals of citation, and provide a theoretical framework for judicial comparativism drawing on the theories of constitutional interpretation. The main findings of this analysis help to understand the Russian Constitutional Court’s emerging practice of explicit use of comparative arguments.