Public Law and Private Law Principles in the Regulation of Property Relations
Basic Division: Department of Civil Law and Trial
Brief Description of Research Activities
Study of civil law regulation of property relations is based on public law and civil law elements. Public law elements of the civil law regulation are determined by the Russian Federation and other public institution participation in the property relations, and also by the imperative rules of the branch method of regulation. The important task of the trend is to balance the public law and civil law elements in legal regulation of the property relations in order to provide the equality of the rights of their participants, their defense and to guarantee civil rights and lawful interests supported by the state.
The researches within the trend have been successfully carried out in Perm State University since 1999: a number of dissertations, monographs, articles and study guides have been done; the researchers take active part in expert work, in the working groups drafting regulations. Suggestions to improve the legislation in power are developed. The researchers collaborate with the leading scientific centres, public and legal authorities.
The aim of the research is to form the fundamental principles of the contemporary theory of public law and civil law element combination in the civil relations regulation; to formulate the principles of the contemporary study of civil law and also to carry out applied researches in the sphere of rule-making and law enforcement.
Selected Publications Characterising Scientific Research Trend
1. Golubzov V.G. Government as a subject of civil law: legal nature and specificity // Journal of Russian Law. 2010. Issue 10. p.61-78. (In Russian)
2. Golubzov V.G. Civil law status of State and municipal units in Russia // Moscow: Paleolit Press, 2006. 271p. (In Russian)
3. Golubzov V.G. Combination of public and civil principles in property relation regulation with the State’s participation. St. Petersburg: Law Centre “Press”, 2005. 246p. (In Russian)
4. Komissarova E.G. Methodological aspects in study of Civil Law principal // Modern Law. 2010. Issue 8. (In Russian)
5. Komissarova E.G. Fundamentals of law and principles of Civil Law: monograph / Tyumen State Institute of World Economy, Management and Law. Tyumen, 2001. 128p. (In Russian)
6. Komissarova E.G., Torkin D.A. Unnamed ways of obligation security: monograph. Moscow: «Aspect-Press» Publisher, 2008. (In Russian)
7. Kuznetsova O.A. Standards-principles of Civil Law. Moscow: Statute, 2006. 269p. (In Russian)
8. Kuznetsova O.A. Generally recognized rules and principals of International Law – part of law-system, law or legislation? // Legal State: theory and practice. 2010. Issue 2. p.42-47. (In Russian)
9. Kuznetsova O.A. Presumptions in Civil Law. St. Petersburg: Law Centre “Press”, 2004. 349p. (In Russian)
The Most Significant Applied Research Projects, carried out in the framework of the Trend, including enterprise orders
1. Participation in the Research Advisory Broad work under the Supreme Court of Arbitration of the Russian Federation (Civil Law); under the Federal Arbitration Court of the Ural Region and under the Seventeenth Appeal Arbitration Court.
2. Journal “Perm University Herald. Legal Sciences”
Training of Researchers
Post-graduate programme in specialty 12.00.03 “Civil Law; Business Law; Family Law, International Private Law”
International Research and Educational Activities
Scientific co-operation with the following universities:
The University of Manchester (UK),
Luneburg University (Germany),
Granada University (Spain),
University of Central Florida (the USA)
Research Institute of Civil Law of Kazakh State University of Law (Kazakhstan)
Russian-Tajic Slavonic University (Tajikistan)
National University of Uzbekistan
Kiev National University of T.Shevchenko (Ukraine)
Belarusian National University (Belarus)
Annual Perm International Congress of Academic Lawyers