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The constitutionality of civil law norms

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A constitutional norm always takes priority in the hierarchy of legal norms. The study of the relationship between constitutional and civil law norms in the mechanism of the legal regulation of public relations represents a topical issue in need of interdisciplinary research at the intersection of constitutional and civil law. Constitutional rights directly establish the foundations of Russias economic system are deemed to be economic rights. The 1993 Russian Constitution contains a number of fundamental rights whichwhile not entirely economic in naturedo have economic and constitutional significance and, accordingly, affect civil rights. Through the prism of constitutional and civil law, one necessarily comes to the concept of property. The property of commercial organizations with foreign investment created on the territory of Russia may not be requisitioned or confiscated by way of administrative procedure.

Keywords: civil law norms; constitutional norm; legal regulation; Russian federation



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