Analysis of the Concept of "Natural Person" in Public Law and Private Law Relations

Lyazzat Begimjanovna Nyssanbekova, Gulmira Amangeldievna Mashimbaeva, Zhuldyz Talgatovna Sairambaeva, Kamilya Zhakipbekovna Altayeva, Moldir Abaevna Rahmetova

Abstract


The authors consider the notion of "natural person" in public law and private law relations, because this term has no clear answer is not in the regulations, not in the legal literature. For profound judgment of the specified features the author addresses to the analysis of provisions of the general theory of the right that through their prism to consider the concept "legal entity". In essence, designation used in law "legal entity" is identical to the concept "person", "individual". The author offers some reflections of scientists – jurists on this matter. So, some authors support withdrawal from a scientific turn of the concept "legal entity", having replaced on such as "citizen", "aliens", "person of law", etc. The authors intended to summarize existing theoretical interpretations and of his vision on this issue.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5p83


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