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Формально-Юридический Метод В Правовых Исследованиях: Современные Подходы, Leonid G. Berlyavskiy, Elena S. Shmatova Jan 2012

Формально-Юридический Метод В Правовых Исследованиях: Современные Подходы, Leonid G. Berlyavskiy, Elena S. Shmatova

Leonid G. Berlyavskiy

The article is devoted to studying of the formal-legal method in Legal researches. Jurisprudence uses widely the formal-legal (or formal-logic) method of analysis of the investigated normative material. It consists in explanation of the essence and the importance of the law or other statutory act, proceeding from its own maintenance. This method sometimes name still is formal-dogmatic as it is directed on disclosing of dogma of the Law


Нетипичные Формы Государства В Современном Мире, Leonid G. Berlyavskiy Jan 2012

Нетипичные Формы Государства В Современном Мире, Leonid G. Berlyavskiy

Leonid G. Berlyavskiy

The state form represents an important category of the theory of the State and the Law, constitutional law which is used for knowledge both formal, and the substantial party of the state. Thus basically jurists are guided by typical signs of a political mode, the form of government and the state system form. At the same time, in 90th years of XX century interest to social and legal bases of the mixed and hybrid forms of government has amplified


Место Обычно-Правовых Норм В Системе Источников Современного Российского Права, Leonid G. Berlyavskiy, Vlasdimir Raschetov Jan 2012

Место Обычно-Правовых Норм В Системе Источников Современного Российского Права, Leonid G. Berlyavskiy, Vlasdimir Raschetov

Leonid G. Berlyavskiy

The customary law continues to remain one of sources of the Russian Law. It is most actual at adjustment of civil-law and adjoining relations with them (usual and customary business practices), in Sea and River Law (customs of trading navigation), at adjustment of national-state relations, rules of civil servant behaviour and a number of other spheres of public relations