Study programme and level
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1. Process of decision-making and social determinant of legal standardization: decision-making and special features of legal decision-making, social, economic, political, and cultural determinants of law making, legal sources, kinds of general legal acts and legal system.
2. Nomography as science and skill: origin and development of nomography, general principles and aims of nomography.
3. Methods of forming normative acts: general methods, axiological method, legal political method, sociological method, dogmatic method, logical method, comparative legal method, historical method, line by line method, special methods, abstract standardization, standardization of principle, casuistic standardization, precedential standardization, codification.
4. Structure of general legal acts: exterior – form structure, part, chapter, section, subsection, article, paragraph, point, line, interior structure – dealing with contents, introductory and basic provisions, central provisions, criminal provisions, transitory and final provisions.
5. Language in general legal acts: kinds of expressions, semantics, ideas and definitions, syntax and style of legal language, formalism, linearity, economy, redundancy, function of legal language.
6. Procedural rules of adopting general legal acts: legislative procedure on national level, lawgiving procedure in the EU institutions, nomographic and procedural aspects of state executive regulations, nomographic and procedural aspects of the regulations of local communities.
7. Publication and validity of legal regulations: publication and validity of national regulations, publication and validity of “European” regulations.
8. Legal editing of regulations.
9. Final wording of regulations.
10. Particularities of nomography of “European” general legal acts.