Methodological strategy of modern knowledge of law: a manifestation of formal lawmaking in agriculture sector

Svitlana V. Bobrovnyk, Anatolij I. Shevchenko, Taras O. Didych, Vitalii O. Khodanovych, Maryna O. Dei

Abstract


The lack of a scientific approach to the forms of law-making makes this research relevant. As a consequence, this paper argues the necessity to define the forms of current law-making, especially in the agriculture sector. The main research method was the method of analysis used to identify the characteristic forms of the substantive composition of lawmaking and knowledge in all matters. The research substantiates that the category of lawmaking reflects the manifestation of the object, a particular model, or the phenomenon under study. The suggested definition of the category of law-making is also as follows: an important component, which includes the regularities of the law shape, complemented by the system of its elements and the interaction between them. The final third element is the organizational component, based on the understanding of the form as a specific means of the organization of lawmaking. It is advisable to continue investigating its theoretical and practical aspects.

Keywords


legal criterion; agriculture sector; labor law; lawmaking form; law knowledge.

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