Subjects of civil relations
Subjects of civil procedurallegal relations are represented by persons who take part in the direct participation, by the court, participants in the proceedings. The court acts as a binding party to these interactions. Being an organ of state power, it exercises justice and thus occupies the main guiding place in legal proceedings. The power authority that he has is exercised simultaneously as his duties and rights.
The court in the procedural legal relationship with a civil character acts as a collegial body and a single judge. Peer review is carried out by three judges.
The organs of justice of the second and first instance, andalso carrying out the revision of civil cases in supervisory procedure and in connection with the newly discovered circumstances, also represent subjects of civil legal relations. The courts have the appropriate rights and fulfill certain duties to all parties to the proceedings.
The subjects of civil legal relations are persons,who directly participate in the case. They include the applicants, the prosecutor, third parties, the interested parties, who apply to the justice bodies for the protection of the interests, freedoms and rights of other persons or those participating in giving opinions.
Civil legal entities should havesome interest in the outcome of the case. Legal implication is the alleged legal basis based on the legal result for the consideration and resolution of the case for a particular person.
All subjects of civil legal relations presuppose a different outcome of the case. For some, interest is personal, for others - state-legal.
As data subjects of legal relationsthe participants in the proceedings also appear. These persons contribute to justice. Witnesses, interpreters, experts, court representatives are included in the proceedings. For these persons, there is no legal interest. These participants help justice, which is expressed in the form of performing certain labor functions, including for reward.
Persons taking direct participation in the case differ from other entities of the legal relations under consideration on the following grounds:
1. In terms of substantive interest.
2. By the availability of own procedural rights.
3. By the ability to determine the course of the trial itself.
It should be noted that subjects and objectscivil legal relations have a certain relationship and can not be considered in isolation from each other. Within the framework of this sphere of law, special interactions are formed between people. As a result, a certain social connection is formed. It is a civil legal relationship, the object of which is the behavior of the parties. This behavior, in turn, is aimed at various intangible and material benefits.
In accordance with the specifics of the emerginglegal relations, it is necessary to distinguish between the actions of subjects aimed at the benefit and formed in the process of interaction of persons with each other. In the second case, the content of the interaction is formed. The first behavior forms the object of legal relationship. At the same time, there is a rather definite mechanism for the effect of the content on the subject. It is presented in the form of the influence of the authorized party on the obligation. Under the influence of the behavior of the first party, the second carries out actions that are directed at the appropriate goods designed to satisfy certain human needs.