The article considers the issues of creation and historical development of conflict-law method as applied to regulation of contractual obligations. The author’s attention is concentrated on delimitation of two systems of determination of applicable law — unilateral or bilateral. At that the author makes analysis of the viewpoints of Russian and foreign scientists with regard to this question and concludes on unconditional recognition of the fact that both unilateral and bilateral conflict norms have regulative function.
The constitutional status of the President in the Baltic states is described in this article. Author analyzes the features of the Baltic states President power. Also interrelations between President and other branches of power are analyzed in this article. Author places emphasis on comparative analysis of the constitutional status of the President in such states as Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
The commentary represents the analyses of organisational and legal foundations of publicity of control and counting bodies of subjects of the Russian Federation and municipal units. It’s considered authorities of control and counting bodies on providing their opening, including preparing and submitting reports about results of activity. Author analyses regulations of international law, legal acts of subjects of the Russian Federation and municipal units, adjudications.
The subject matter of legal analysis in this article is nullification of a normative legal act, a «lacuna» of the legal thought in Russia. The author substantiates theses about interdisciplinary scientific character of the «nullification» phenomena itself and legal nature and interbranch character of the phenomenon of a normative legal act, which, in turn, allows to propose considering the same as an independent law institution for the purpose of development of existing mechanisms of human and civil rights and freedoms protection.