Teisinės paslaugos iliuzija normistinėje (etatistinėje) teisėje.
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With the existing variety of concepts of law, the relationship between the service of exchange and human rights based on the concept of the normative law will be tried to be disclosed. The authors of this nation are not concerned with the content of law. In the service of exchange the duties of its subjects do not necessarily have to be equivalent to their rights. Law is understood without going deep into its consent and is treated only as a system of any laws adopted by the government stating that everything adopted by the government is lawful and correct. The activity of governmental institutes and the police forces is lawful, i.e. correct. With the exception of prof. assist. A. Vaišvila’s articles, we do not have legal literature which would analyse the functions performed by the law institutions as well as the police from the point of view of the service. Legal acts of norms usually deal only with the legal aid provided by the advocate and the social aid for the public without disclosing its relationship with the different notion of law. The present paper will try to analyse the inner relationship between law and service based on the concept of normative law with the purpose of further realisation of the meaning of the functions of the police while implementing human rights.
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