международное частное право; недвижимость; ; школа бартолистов; бартолисты; теория статутов; статуарная теория/
The article considers the problems of normative legal regulation of the security of inland water transport. In the legal regulation of this issue there are gaps in the legislation, so the study of the processes in the sphere of water transport necessitates the proper study of social relations in the process of administrative and legal ensuring of public safety on water transport.
The article analyzes the legal problems of competence of bodies of state power of subjects of the Russian Federation in the sphere of protection of rights for Northern peoples. It States its conditionality from the constitutional-legal recognition of the human rights of these peoples, reveals the ways of demarcation and fixing this competence as well as the principles, forms and the status of its implementation.
The review analyzes the content of the academic tutorial “Rulemaking process in the regions of the Russian Federation (on the example of the Republic of Crimea and the federal cities of Sevastopol)” (2018), published in Simferopol under general editorship of S.A. Trofimov and I.V. Bondarchuk. It is emphasized that the authors founded a perspective series of editions based on the annual reports of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea and reports of the Legislative Assembly of the city of Sevastopol on the state of the regional legislation. Attention is drawn to the wide empirical material (113 laws of the Republic of Crimea and 79 laws of the city of Sevastopol), which is combined with theoretical study of bases of studies problems, which makes the edition worthy studying and useful both to theorists, and patricians, and to all who is interested in problems of contemporary regional rulemaking process.
The reviewer notes the significant contribution of the authors’ collective work to the study of the problems of rulemaking process in the regions of the Russian Federation.
This article assesses the moral state and the issues of economy and property rights raised in S. N. Baburin's monograph "The Moral State: a Russian view of the values of Constitutionalism". In the analysis of the relationship between the concepts of the common good and the economy, the emphasis is placed on the need to consolidate the constitutional goals and standards of the common good, planning elements in the form of federal laws. For a moral state, the significance of the economic results of the activities of public authorities is inextricably linked with the philosophical and moral choice of society. The article substantiates the position on the importance of the form of ownership for the methods of management that serve to strengthen the economic system, traditions and moral foundations of this society. A special place in the article is occupied by the analysis of the concepts of academicians D. S. Lvov (moral economy) and V. S. Nersesyants (civilitarianism) on improving fair principles in the Russian market economy, overcoming the alienation of citizens from the national heritage, public property. These proposals are considered from the perspective of real constitutional instruments for the formation of a moral state.
the author explores the functioning of voluntary associations during the First Russian Revolution through their relations with the public authorities, as well as reforming the legal basis of their activity. This view allows the author to clarify the conception of the revolution and to participate in its opposition to the government but speakers for the reform forces, worked out by Soviet historiography, and to formulate a project of democratization of the political system, developed by the institutions of intellectuals, and their idea of public duty and civic participation, which had not previously received substantial attention
in the article was discussed the notion of information services as a result of the relations connected with the actions for organizational support of individuals the ability to used information, information resources and information technologies.
Systematization of legislation today, is an objective necessity. It helps the legislator (due to systematic arrangement of the legal material) quickly and efficiently find the required information in the development of new acts, to identify shortcomings, gaps and contradictions, to attempt to eliminate them. At the same time, systematization is an important tool for the correct understanding of the meaning of legal rules and the proper application of them in practice, making the law more accessible to a wide range of people, including organizations, thus giving them the opportunity to protect their legitimate rights and interests. Systematization of legislation, carried out with the use of modern information technologies, is an important step towards development in all spheres of legal validity and the country as a whole