REGULATION OF LIABILITY FOR EXECUTION OF AN ORDER OR INSTRUCTION DURING THE SOVIET PERIOD
( Pp. 67-70)

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Ushakov Egor Yur’evich magistrant VGUES. Mesto ucheby: Vladivostokskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet ekonomiki i servisa. Specialnost 12.00.08 Ugolovnoe pravo i kriminologiya; ugolovno-ispolnitelnoe pravo
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Abstract:
The article deals with the regulation of the responsibility for the execution of orders or instructions to the Soviet period. The author compares different approaches to the study of issues related to rules on the execution of orders or instructions, in addition, identifies factors which have a direct impact on the process of the formation of the institution. In this article, the author attempts to uncover the underlying causes and characteristics of the formation and development of the institution of execution of an order or orders in this period of the Soviet time.
How to Cite:
Ushakov E.Y., (2013), REGULATION OF LIABILITY FOR EXECUTION OF AN ORDER OR INSTRUCTION DURING THE SOVIET PERIOD. Business in Law, 5 => 67-70.
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About Enforcing the Provision of Service in the Workers and Peasants Militia: Decree of the All Union Central Executive Committee, the Council of People s Commissars, 28.09.1925// SU RSFSR. 1925. №68. art. 539.
About Enforcing the Penal Code of the RSFSR (together with the Penal Code of the RSFSR): the Decree of All Union Central Executive Committee, 01.06.1922// Code of Laws RSFSR. 1922. № 15. art. 153.
About Enforcing the Penal Code of the RSFSR (together with the Penal Code of the RSFSR): the Decree of All Union Central Executive Committee, 22.11.1926// Code of Laws RSFSR. 1926. № 80. art. 600.
About Military Offences; the Decree of the USSR Central Executive Committee, 31.10.1924// Code of Laws USSR. 1924. № 24. art.207
Current militia instructions. 2nd edition. M., 1928. 618 pp.
Disciplinary charter of the Red Army of 1940. URL: http://bdsa.ru/index.php option com content task view id 135 (date of address: 28.06.2013)
E. Yu. Ushakov Execution of an order or disposition: a historical sketch of establishing liability in the period of the RSFSR Criminal Code in 1922 and 1926. // Black Holes in Russian Legislation. 2013. №4. S. 95-98.
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Yu. V. Starostina. Execution of an Order or Instruction as a Circumstance Excluding the Criminality of an Action. Dissertation of a Candidate of Law Science. Ryazan, 2001. 182pp.
Keywords:
criminal law, Institute of execution of order or instruction, The Soviet period, the writ system of subordination, military officials, legal act, criminal legislation, the institution of execution of an order or instruction, The Soviet period, the order to the system of, military officials, legal document.


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