Krivosheev E.V. Treaties as Sources of Public Law

DOI: https://doi.org/10.15688/lc.jvolsu.2018.1.12

Egor V. Krivosheev, Postgraduate Student, Department of Constitutional Law, Ural State Legal University, Kolmogorova St., 54, 620034 Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Introduction: the contractual form of regulating the relations which is specific for private law has recently been widely used for the registration of public relations. Despite this, today the place of treaties among the sources of public law is not clearly defined; therefore, the author sets the goal to study the treaty as a source of public law. Methods: the methodological framework for this study is a set of methods of scientific knowledge, among which the main are the methods of consistency, analysis and comparative law. Results: proved in the work the author’s point of view is based on the legislation and of the competent academic community’s opinions of the issue of the criteria of the treaty as a source of public law. The issues of legal impact on treaties, as well as the advantages of the treaty over other sources of public law are raised. Conclusions: the study revealed the need to develop a universal definition of the law treaty, to sufficiently study both the theory of the treaty and the theory of the legal act as a whole, as well as to publish the law on normative legal acts, which will include the relevant provisions.

Key words: law treaty, system of sources of law, public law, domestic treaties, international treaties.

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