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Korduba S. B. Theory of Personality Constitutional Duties. Journal Izvestiya of Saratov University. Economics. Management. Law, 2015, vol. 15, iss. 4, pp. 437-441. DOI: 10.18500/1994-2540-2015-15-4-437-441

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Theory of Personality Constitutional Duties

Korduba S. B., Saratov State University

Legal responsibilities of an individual are a kind of legal social norms. Every member of the society has a legal obligation (general, special, individual). Highlights from the legal obligationsenshrined in the states’ Constitutions. Purpose of article – to determine the total (theoretical) and specific constitutional duties of the individual. Results. Different theoretical approaches regarding the definition of «individual legal obligation» are analyzed as well as the justification of the values of the individual legal responsibilities to the state, society and citizens are identified. Common features of all the legal responsibilities of the individual are identified. Conclusions. Constitutional responsibilities are peculiar to all the features of the legal obligations. Constitutional responsibilities also have specific features caused by the Constitution of legal properties (they have a universal character, are the base for all other legal obligations, provide the ability to create order based on law in the society and the state, they are one of the conditions of existence of the state).

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