The article considers the main purpose of administrative law, which should be expressed in ensuring the balance of legitimate interests of all participants of administrative legal relations. It is shown that in administrative law the correlation of public and private interests is achieved not only through legal regulation, but also within the framework of administrative proceedings. The article analyzed the new provisions of the Code of Administrative Proceedings of the Russian Federation is being carried out and it is shown that legal approaches to ensuring balance of the state and private interests in administrative process have changed.
Article is the review of the book: Gerasimova A.A. "Self-regulating organizations: theoretical and practical problems of legal regulation" in which both the positive, and debatable moments stated in work are analyzed.
The article is devoted to the analysis of standards of legally acceptable behavior of the managers of the companies. The qualifying features of good faith and reasonableness of the directors during the exercising of their powers towards the company have to be consequently elaborated. The author examines the actions taken in order to achieve these purposes, analyses the provisions of the legislation and the materials of court practice (particularly, special attention is paid to the characteristics of good faith and reasonableness represented in the Judgement of the Supreme Commercial Court of the Russian Federation № 62). Also the author represents some conclusions on the further development of legal regulation.