Notariato veiklos teisinio reguliavimo socialinis veiksmingumas
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The topic issues and challenges of today’s notariate are related to the delegation and liberalisation of the areas of notariate activity, since these processes are determined by the interaction of the continuous social changes and law. Due to the constantly increasing dynamic legal nature, various problems related to the legal regulation of notariate activity arise. The problems are as follows: legal norms become inefficient (useless, unfruitful or ineffective), the competition of laws is more often faced. For this particular reason, the efficiency of notariate legal regulation comes out as a factor which determines the recognition or non-recognition of human rights. It is significantly relevant to guarantee the social purpose of the law, i.e. to protect human rights and freedoms as well as to ensure legal conditions for the progress of public development. Therefore, there is a need of new attitude towards the social efficiency of legal regulation and the adaptation of legal norms in the context of new social phenomena. As Lithuania is becoming a stronger country upholding the primacy of law, politics and legislators show an increasing will to use laws for the achievement of both legal and social aims. In order to determine the social efficiency criteria of the legal regulation of notariate efficiency, it is significantly relevant to set the aim of activity regulation, means to achieve it, and to define the scope of legal regulation. The aim of the analysis is to reveal the legal and social problems of the social efficiency of notary activity’s legal regulation. The results of the investigation helped to partially prove that the legal regulation of notariate activities in Lithuania is socially effective and to determine main criteria leading to the reduction of social efficiency.
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