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To the question of administrative legal regulation of carsharing and implementation of the federal state monitoring in the area of ensuring road traffic safety to the parties involved
Abstract.The subject of this research is the normative legal acts that regulating responsibility for failure to comply with statutory requirements on ensuring road traffic safety in the context of short-term car rentals, law enforcement practice, statistical analysis of traffic accidents involving the vehicles provided by carsharing companies, as well as terms for their provision. The object of this research is the social relations emerging in the context of short-term car rentals owned by legal entities and individual entrepreneurs. The goal of this work consist in the attempt to improve the administrative legislation on bringing to responsibility legal entities and individual entrepreneurs who provide short-term rental services to citizens. The scientific novelty lies in legal regulation of the definition of “carsharing” on the level of federal legislation, as well as in amendments to the terms of the contract that would eliminate inconsistency of case law with regards to civil law relations and bringing to administrative responsibility of the persons who fail to comply with statutory requirements on ensuring road traffic safety. The proposed by the author concept of “carsharing” would allow imposition of obligations upon the leaseholders on compliance with road traffic safety requirements placed on the legal entities and individual entrepreneurs while operating a vehicle in accordance with the Federal Law No. 196-FZ of 12.10.1995 "On Road Traffic Safety".
Keywords: Legal entity, Damage, Risks, Hire, Administrative responsibility, Carsharing, Short-term vehicle rental, Traffic accident, road safety, Individual entrepreneur
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