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Administrative and customs procedure: the problem of correlation of the concepts
Abstract.The research object is the correlation between such concepts as administrative procedure and customs procedure. The concept of customs procedures is one of the key ideas of customs legislation. The author raises the problem of defining the correlation between administrative and customs procedures in the current legislation and fundamental science. To solve this problem, the author singles out the legal and doctrinal concepts of customs procedure and offers positioning these concepts within the formula: administrative procedures – administrative procedures of customs law – customs procedures. The research methodology includes general scientific methods, such as the historical and system methods and analysis and specific methods of jurisprudence, primarily the formal-logical, which allows defining legal notions and detecting their characteristics. The author formulates the provisions about the correlation between the concepts of administrative procedure and customs procedure, raises the problem of their correlation within the legislative framework and fundamental science. The scientific novelty consists in the proposed formula of correlation of these concepts. The author elaborates the classification of administrative procedures in the sphere of customs legislation, which are the varieties of administrative procedures.
Keywords: Customs Code, licensing procedures, customs registration, administrative procedure, control and supervision procedures, customs bodies, customs case, customs regime, customs procedure, administrative procedures
Article was received:22-06-2017
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