Features of Civil legal Personality of Military Organizations
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Markelova Olga N. Cand. Sci. (Law), Associate Professor of the 27th Department (Civil Law)
Military University of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
Moscow, Russian Federation Zykova Darya A. International Law Faculty
Moscow State Institute of International Relations of the Russian Federation
Moscow, Russian Federation
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Abstract:
The article analyzes the activities of the armed forces and military institutions within the framework of public law. The centralized support system that existed within the framework of the command and administrative economy excluded military organizations from the sphere of civil law regulation. However, since the creation of the independent Russian state, as well as the establishment of norms and rules of the market economic model, there has been a need to endow the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and their individual structures with rights and obligations in the civil law sphere. In this regard, repeated attempts have been made to create special regulatory legal acts regulating the independent civil legal activities of military organizations, but a significant part of them have not been successful. The publication reflects the author's vision of the specifics of independent economic activity of military organizations, through the use of a wide range of sources of law, including the norms of civil, administrative, budgetary, military and other branches of law. To achieve this goal, the following tasks should be solved: to analyze the features of the implementation of the civil legal personality of military organizations in financial and economic activities and to consider the features of contractual responsibility of military organizations. As a result of the conducted research, it is concluded that it is necessary to ensure that the legal status of military organizations goes beyond the limits of public legal regulation.
How to Cite:
Markelova O.N., Zykova D.A., (2022), FEATURES OF CIVIL LEGAL PERSONALITY OF MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS. Economic Problems and Legal Practice, 2: 186-190.
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Keywords:
military organizations, civil law relations, turnover, logistics, military units, state needs, state defense order, contractual responsibility.