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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Natalia Dudina
The Forms of Liability of Bodies and Local Governments Officials
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
N.S. Dudina

The Forms of Liability of Bodies and Local Governments Officials

This graduate paper is aimed at considering the forms of liability of Bodies and Local Governments Officials. The main objectives of the paper are: (a) studying the definition and types of liability in the system of local government; (b) reviewing and comparing various viewpoints about liability in local government; (c) studying the causes of liability in municipal law; (d) examine the main aspects of the liability of bodies and local government officials to the state; (e) examine the main aspects of the liability of bodies and local government officials to the population of the municipality and to the individuals and legal entities.

The paper consists of an introduction, two chapters, four paragraphs, a conclusion and a bibliography. Chapter 1 considers theoretical and legal aspects of the liability of bodies and local government officials. Chapter 2 is dedicated to the main aspects of the liability of bodies and local government officials to the state, to the population of the municipality and to the individuals and legal entities.

Based on this research the following conclusions were made: firstly, the question of distinguishing the municipal liability from constitutional liability remains unresolved in the legal science; secondly, in the modern legislation there are still remain gaps and contradictions in some issues; thirdly, it is necessary to simplify some of the liability procedures, and provide the competent application of sanctions.

Scientific Supervisor:

Ovchinnikov Ivan Ivanovich, LL.D., Professor of the Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law, Faculty of Law, National Research University “The Higher School of Economics”

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