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Administrative responsibility of the USSR
Edited by Honored Scientist of the RSFSR
Doctor of Law Professor VM Manohina
and the candidate of legal sciences associate professor S. Adushkin
Saratov
PUBLISHING Saratov University
1968
Soviet legislation at the latest: its place in the institutions of law enforcement, and the concept of
structure, regulatory and factual grounds, the system of administrative penalties, the rules of their application and
some other issues.
For teachers and students of law schools and faculties, researchers, court officers, prosecutors,
Ministry of Interior, the executive committees, administrative committees, various' inspections and other bodies associated with the preparation and
consideration of administrative cases

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction .............. 2
Chapter I. The concept of administrative responsibility .... 7
1. Administrative responsibility in the institutions of coercion and types of liability regulated by the Soviet
administrative law ............. 7
2. The concept and structure of the administrative responsibility. . 24
Chapter II. Normative base of administrative liability ................. 35
1. Overview of the statutory grounds for administrative liability ............. 35
2. Fundamentals of Legislation of the USSR and the Union Republics
of Administrative Offences ......... 39
3. Code of the Federal Republic on Administrative Violations ................ 41
4. Other normative acts of the USSR and the union republics ................ 45
5. Legislation autonomous republics, local Soviets and their executive committees ..... 49
6. Instructions and methodical acts ........ 51
Chapter III. The actual reason to administrative liability ................. 53
1. The concept of an administrative offense ..... 53
2. Concept and types of administrative violation 57
3. Elements of an administrative offense .... 64
4. Disciplinary and administrative offense .... 88
5. The conduct that contains elements of the offense, as the basis of administrative responsibility .......... 99
Chapter IV. Administrative penalties, and the basic rules of their application ............... 102
1. A system of administrative penalties ........ 102
2. The administrative penalties ...... 126
3. A combination of administrative and other liability. . . 135
4. Exemption from administrative liability. . . 142
5. Preventive measures and procedural software used in connection with administrative offenses and their
distinction
by administrative penalties ........... 150
Conclusion .............. 160

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