Subsidiary application of legal norms: civil studies

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Issue: №2 (66) 2021

Heading: Topical issues of private law


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Keywords: civil law, family relations, labor law, subsidiary application, criteria, opportunities.

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Subsidiary application of legal norms is one of the technologies of the judgmental activity of the court and other competent subjects - along with the specification of norms and legal relations, the analogy of law and law, conflict resolution and judicial lawmaking. In contrast to the analogy, the need for which arises in connection with a gap in legislation, this type of activity is due to the systemic nature of the links between branches of law and the expediency of saving regulatory material. In contrast to the analogy, the need for which arises in connection with a gap in legislation, this type of activity is due to the systemic nature of the links between branches of law and the expediency of saving regulatory material. In the space of civil law, the interaction of three branches (civil, family and labor law) along the line of subsidiarity is carried out mainly with an emphasis on the use of civil law structures for the other two civil law blocks. This is due to both the nature of the "genetic" links between these three branches of legislation, and the key positions of civil law in the civil law family at the present time. However, the subsidiary impact of the latter is significantly limited by the ontological characteristics of family and labor relations and the presence in the methods of their legal regulation of a pronounced public component, social principle. The most striking examples of mutual enrichment with normative material based on the technology of subsidiarity are given - with the obvious dominance of proposals from civil legislation.