Juridinių asmenų administracinė atsakomybė: kaltės nustatymo problemos ir sprendimo būdai.
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Legal entities are active participants in legal relations and are able to violate laws, thus they should carry the liability. Liability of legal entities was seen as unproblematic in the civil liability context where presumption of fault exists. In liability for administrative violations (administrative liability) the principle of the presumption of innocence of a person against whom administrative violations proceedings have been initiated, exists i.e. administrative liability of legal entities shall occur if fault exists. But the elements of fault consist of human traits and a legal entity is not a human, it’s rather an abstraction. The difficulty proving the fault of legal entity occurs and the theoretical question arises: how to prove the fault of legal entity.
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