Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : legislation

The Importance Of Legislation And Legislative Law In The Modern Era

Harikumar Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 8984-8987

Legislation or is the process or act or process of making laws. Legislative law is the law
that has been enacted by the legislature and describes the legal requirements, as well as the
punishments that are given when the laws are violated (Babanina, 2018). The legislation
covers several parts and aspects of the society, for example, land, animal and human
rights, use of public property, et cetera (Aleksynska, 2016). Legislation can be in the form
of bills, joint resolutions, simple resolutions, and concurrent resolutions, where bills are
the most common (Davis, 2016). Bills vary and can be public or private, general or special,
permanent or temporary (Finkelman, 2020). Considering whether the bill is private or
public, it affects all the citizens (or the public) if it is public. However, a private bill only
affects a specified individual, organization, or private party (Finkelman, 2020). Joint,
concurrent, and simple resolutions are the other types of legislation. They all have different
purposes, such as protecting the rights of the citizens and other emerging issues that either
the Senate or House of Representatives need to address (Belew, 2019). A bill is only passed
and becomes law if two-thirds of the votes are for it, and the president approves the bill.
However, the joint resolution does not need presidential approval so long as two-thirds of
the members of both houses approve the bill (Parliament, 2016). This journal discusses the
importance of legislation and legislative laws in the modern era.

Anti-Corruption Agency and Anti-Corruption Examination of normative legal acts: Compar-ative Analysis

Ulugbek Aloev; Qunduz Rozimova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6364-6368

This article analyzes the role of the Anti-Corruption Agency in the implementa-tion of anti-corruption expertise of regulations based on the experience of some foreign countries. Based on the analysis of national and foreign legislation, proposals and recom-mendations have been developed to improve the anti-corruption expertise of regulations.

Trust management agreement Property and prospects for its development in the Republic of Uzbekistan

Bakhromjon Topildiev; Rustam Khursanov; Muniskhon Usmonova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 3199-3205

the article deals with issues related to the contract of trust management of property and problems of its development in the Republic of Uzbekistan. Attention is drawn to the stage of development of the legal basis of the contract of trust management of property in the world and in the Republic of Uzbekistan. Mention the elements that reflect the trust, according to the author “in the clear”, given the conclusion that the civil law point of view, trust management associated with the introduction of common law system the rules of the Institute of trust with adaptation to the system of continental law, and its basis is an agreement involving two or three parties.

Relevance Of Customs Under Modern Hindu Law

Harikumar Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 3222-3228

Customs under Jurisprudence have an influential role as a source of law. They are
relevant for understanding the behavior of the humans in society and determining the
peoples' actions as valid. So it is necessary to study the customs and traditions of a society.
Customary Laws play a pivotal role as a source under Hindu law. Even after the
codification of the law by the time, various customary Hindu practices are being performed
by the peoples and are being governed under the Hindu law. This article is an assessment
of the evolution and significance of custom under Hindu law. In the post-colonial era,
customary laws are regarded as obscure and are being replaced by statutory laws. Despite
the elimination of various customary practices, they are prevailing under the Hindu Law
and are validated by the formal utterance of the legislative authority. But these customs are
only being declared legitimate when they are antique, confident, consistent and in
conformity with statutory law. But can a custom be practiced without recognition by any
statute or without the fulfillment of these requisites? If practiced, then up to what extent?
Are customs still relevant in modern Hindu society? This article establishes that custom as
a source of law is still necessary under Hindu law and holds a strong position in the
functioning of legislation concerning Hindu law. Even though the importance of customs
is constantly receding with the state's growing power and with the development of the
judicial process, the role of customs in the development of law cannot be denied.

Perspectives Of Development Of Arbitration Legislation And Law Enforcement Practice In Uzbekistan

Mokhinur Bakhramova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3586-3593

Abstract: Establishment and state support of arbitration courts in Uzbekistan will help to ensure the ongoing judicial reform in the country and liberalization of the economy, as well as the expansion of privatization and the increase in the number of business entities, as well as resolving disputes between them. Currently, more than 200 permanent arbitration courts in Uzbekistan are registered by the judiciary, 160 of which are organized by the Association of Arbitration Courts of Uzbekistan and its representative offices, 15 by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and its territorial divisions, and 30 by other legal entities.The competent court shall consider whether the dispute has been considered by the arbitral tribunal in accordance with the procedure established by law, and may issue a ruling on refusal to issue a writ of execution only if the responsible party provides evidence of violation of procedural requirements. However, the competent court shall not have the right to examine the circumstances established by the arbitral tribunal during the hearing of the case or to reconsider the content of the arbitral award.