Correlation between delegated and framework regulation in Russia and foreign countries


The article is aimed at studying the relationship between delegated and framework regulation based on the analysis of legal doctrine and legislation. The analysis of modern legislation indicates the modernization of the traditional foundations of legal regulation that previously existed in the state. The dynamics of social relations encourages the legislator to search for new ways of effective legal regulation. Such forms of regulation that are designed for repeated use are becoming relevant. It is determined that the main form of interaction between framework and delegated regulation is the framework legislation. The features of each type of legal regulation designate the content of its forms (sources); within the framework of delegated regulation, framework legislation acts as its element, ensuring the transfer of legislative powers. The features of “framework legislation” and its place in the system of sources of delegated regulation are in the focus.

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Xenia E. Dovgan

Altai State University

Author for correspondence.
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-4614-1936

Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor, Institute of Law

61 Lenin str., Barnaul, 656049, Russian Federation


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