Mandatory Requirements as a Substantive Basis for Control and Supervisory Activities and a Factor in the Effectiveness of Economic Activities

Shmaliy O.V., Grechkina O.V., Dushakova L.A., Shuaypova P.G., Vasilyeva G.A., Voronko L.B.
International Journal of Economics and Business Administration, Volume VIII, Issue 4, 710-718, 2020
DOI: 10.35808/ijeba/621


Purpose: The purpose of this study is to determine the meaning of mandatory requirements as the subject basis of control and supervisory activities and a factor in the effectiveness of economic activities. Design/Methodology/Approach: In order to achieve this goal in the work is, use the following general and private-scientific methods: dialectical, logical, systematic and comprehensive analysis, comparative -legal, legalistic. Findings: The article examines the questions of the legal structure of mandatory requirements. The necessity of isolating this legal phenomenon in the general architectonics of legal regulation of control and supervisory activities, as well as in the general array of peremptory norms in order to ensure the legal certainty of the subject basis of control and supervisory activities, is substantiated. The paper defines the content and main characteristics of the mandatory requirements. As a result of the study, it is concluded that there is an active process of formation of legislation on mandatory requirements as a component of the general system of legislation on control and supervisory activities. Practical Implications: Improving the legal mechanisms of control and supervision of production will allow to achieve the improvements I have the relationship of government and business, reducing excess pressure on legal entities of different legal forms of ownership and individual entrepreneurs. Originality/Value: The findings, made by the results of this study, will contribute to improve the effectiveness of the protection of rights and legal interests of business entities during the supervisory activities subjects of public administration.

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