SUBJECT OF ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL REGULATION

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Nadiia Bortnyk
Volodymyr Zarosylo

Abstract

In the article, from the standpoint of an integrative understanding of law and system-activity methodology, debatable issues of the subject of administrative-legal regulation are considered. The complication of social relations has led to a reduction in the range of social relations that require an imperative type of legal regulation, i.e., the influence of administrative and legal means. This process is objective. It is noted that the functional characteristics of the subject of legal regulation are due to characteristics as a criterion for systematization of the legal array and the separation of one legal entity from another, one group of rules from another; the variety of definitions; the purpose and objectives of a particular branch of law, which differ depending on the type or type (substantive and procedural, private and public); factors that characterize the new paradigms of world order, trends in social development: integration, decentralization, regionalization, diversification, etc.


The subject of administrative and legal regulation is ambiguous and can be differentiated in terms of rule-making and law enforcement. Suppose the definition of the subject of administrative and legal regulation is formulated in order to show the mechanism of influence of law on public relations. In that case, the definition should indicate that the subject of administrative and legal regulation is a model of public relations. In this case, the model of public relations is a subjective factor in determining the subject of legal regulation, and the subject of legal regulation is a set of models of public relations that can be subject to administrative and legal regulation and enshrined in the system of legal norms.

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Bortnyk, N. ., & Zarosylo, V. . (2022). SUBJECT OF ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL REGULATION. Global Prosperity, 2(1), 18–24. Retrieved from http://gprosperity.org/index.php/journal/article/view/56
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Nadiia Bortnyk, Lviv Polytechnic National University

Nadiia Bortnyk, Doctor of Science in Law, Professor, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Head of the Department of Administrative and Information Law of the Educational-Scientific Institute of Law and Psychology, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1794-2793

Volodymyr Zarosylo, nterregional Academy of Personnel Management

Volodymyr Zarosylo, Doctor of Science in Law, Professor, Interregional Academy of Personnel Management, Head of the Department of Law Enforcement and Anti-corruption Activities Prince Vladimir The Great Educational and Scientific Institute of Law, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6538-7515