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DOI: 10.21202/1993-047X.11.2017.2.122-130

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Authors :
1. Artur Gasanguseynovich Ibragimov, post-graduate student of Law Faculty
Kazan (Volga) Federal University

Associative cooperation of the legal subjects: notion and principles

Objective: to identify the basic principles of the notion “association”, to define and substantiate the principles of associative cooperation.

Methods: studying of the normative documentation of associative forms of cooperation of the legal subjects; analysis and summarizing of the scientific literature in the studied area.

Results: the essential features of the notion “association” are identified and substantiated; the principles of associative cooperation of the legal subjects are described and systematized, i.e. lawfulness, non-profit character of the objectives, preserving autonomy and rights of the members of associations, and others.

Scientific novelty: the features of the inter-sectoral notion of “association” are substantiated and revealed, which is interpreted as association of the legal subjects and/or citizens, based on voluntary or, in cases stipulated by law, obligatory membership and created for in order to represent and protect the common, including professional, interests, to achieve the publicly beneficial goals, and other legal and non-profitable goals. The main features of an association are formulated: association of the legal subjects and/or citizens; voluntary or, in cases stipulated by law, obligatory membership; representation and protection the common, including professional, interests; achieving the publicly beneficial and other legal goals; non-profitable character of the goals. The classification of associative cooperation principles is formulated and substantiated, depending on the object of its direction: substantive principles, regulating the content of the association activity (principles of lawfulness; non-profitable character of the goals; preserving the autonomy and rights of the association members, etc.); organizational
principles, regulating the organizational aspects of the association activity (principles of combining voluntariness and obligatoriness; obligatoriness of managerial decisions; guarantee of the right for the freedom of associations, etc.).

Practical significance: the conclusions can be used in the activity of municipal authorities, other forms of associative cooperation of the legal subjects, and in teaching the courses of constitutional law and municipal law.

Keywords :

Civil law; Association; Features of association; Legal subjects; Principles of associative cooperation; Local self-government

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Ibragimov A. G. Associative cooperation of the legal subjects: notion and principles, Actual Problems of Economics and Law, 2017, vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 122–130 (in Russ.). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21202/1993-047X.11.2017.2.122-130.

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