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Legal Regulation of Purchases for Public (Municipal) Needs under the Legislation of the Russian Federation

Student: Arina Leybovich

Supervisor: Omar Rashidov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The bachelor thesis is devoted to the study of legal regulation of procurement for the state (municipal) needs of the Russian Federation. The relevance of a subject is caused by importance of a system of purchases for development of the state. The work examines the theoretical basis, the way to establish the institution of public procurement, analyzes the structure of regulatory regulation, modern legislation and judicial practice, and also presents statistical data on procurement on the example of the Nizhny Novgorod region. Based on the conducted research, urgent problems of legislation in the field of procurement for state (municipal) needs are identified. The work contains conclusions on the state of regulation and proposals for improving the legal system.

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