Normative Act

Normative Act

 

one of the sources of law. The normative act is issued by a competent body and establishes, amends, or abolishes rules of law. The precepts of the normative act are usually general and are aimed at regulating particular types of social relations. The Constitution of the USSR gives the right to issue normative acts to a strictly defined group of bodies and also establishes the form in which the various normative acts are to be issued.

The Supreme Soviet of the USSR and the supreme soviets of the Union and autonomous republics adopt normative acts in the form of laws. The acts of all other bodies are subordinate, that is, they must fully conform to the laws. The presidiums of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR and of the supreme soviets of the Union and autonomous republics issue edicts (ukazy); the councils of ministers of the USSR and of the Union and autonomous republics issue decrees (postanovleniia) and regulations (rasporiazheniia); the ministers of the USSR and of the Union and autonomous republics and the chairmen of state committees issue orders (prikazy) and instructions (instruktsii); and local soviets and their executive committees issue decisions (resheniia) and regulations (rasporiazheniia). The normative acts of the USSR constitute a single system based on the principle of mandatory conformity between the acts of lower-ranking bodies and those of higher-ranking bodies.

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Chief Commissioner Krasimir Shotarov, Director of Operations at the Directorate General of the Chief direrctorate aFire Safety and Protection of the Populationa: This is a normative act that regulates all infrastructure facilities along which there must be a service area and it must be clean.
In other words, we wonder whether it can be stated that if the public authority must adopt a certain administrative normative act, for the implementation of certain legal provisions, the failure to exercise that power or the late exercise causes prejudices to the subjects of the law envisaged by the act.
The provisions of the current normative act are recognized by most specialists in the field as regards drug consumption and the struggle against addiction as being out-dated as compared with the new social and economic realities, with the international legislation in practice in the economically advanced societies.
this or that normative act works and then decide, what needs to be changed," Zakareishvili stated.
The law was in force until the adoption of a normative act banning activities of betting offices on the territory of Kyrgyzstan since April 29, 2015.
A part of state-owned postal company Posta Romanas debts to the state budget will be written off through the transfer of the shares of stamp issuer Romfilatelia, entirely owned by the postal operator, to the Communications Ministry, according to a draft normative act. At the end of 2012, Posta Romana recorded debt worth RON 301.7m to the state budget and of RON 177.6m to the social security budget.
293, settled the understanding signaling that the Provisional Measure would be a primary normative act:
In addition, the Law on the Normative Acts provides for the preparation of a new normative act to conduct public consultations with citizens and legal entities, at least 30 days prior to its submission.
The doctrine during the communist period was also highlighting the need for social relations particular to administrative law, namely "a normative act (...) can regulate different categories of social relations, hence it belongs to administrative law only if and to the extent that it regulates social relations subject to administrative law" (Ionescu, 1970: 26).
Mining companies understate the actual content of metal in extracted ore, the Ministry said and suggested provision of an effective government control over reasonable use of subsurface, including the content of precious metals in ore and concentrates until adoption of the normative act that will govern the order of export and import of ore bearing precious metals.