Konstitucinės justicijos proceso teisės klausimu

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Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Konstitucinės justicijos proceso teisės klausimu
Alternative Title:
On the issue of the law of constitutional justice procedure
In the Journal:
Teisė. 2011, t. 78, p. 7-27
Konstitucinė teisė. Konstitucija / Constitutional law. Constitution; Teismai. Teismų praktika / Courts. Case-law.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjamos prielaidos Lietuvoje susiformuoti naujai ordinarinės teisės šakai – konstitucinės justicijos proceso teisei, apimančiai procedūras nuo kreipimosi gavimo Konstituciniame Teisme iki atitinkamo baigiamojo akto įsigaliojimo. Šiuo metu teisinė teorinė mintis tokios teisės šakos dar nereflektuoja, tačiau ilgainiui, plečiantis Konstitucinio Teismo jurisprudencijai, skirtai konstitucinės justicijos byloms nagrinėti, padėtis gali keistis. [Iš leidinio]Reikšminiai žodžiai: Konstitucinės justicijos proceso teisė; Teisinė teorinė mintis; Konstitucinio Teismo jurisprudencija; Law of constitutional justice procedure; Legal theoretical mind; Jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court.

ENThe advento of constitutional review and the growth of constitutional jurisprudence in Lithuania stimulated the transformation of the paradigm of constitutional law. One of the essential features of the “new” paradigm is the clear delineation between constitutional and ordinary (sub-constitutional) law. At the same time, there is an undergoing formation of preconditions for distinguishing the norms and other provisions regulating the process of judicial constitutional review of legal acts as a “new” branch of ordinary law – the law of constitutional justice procedure. The concept of this branch of law could include procedures from the reception of a petition in the Constitutional Court till coming into effect of a relevant final act. At the same time, it is worth considering whether the field of constitutional justice procedure shall not be understood more broadly. On the other hand, the explicit statutory regulation of the relevant relations is sparse. This stimulates the jurisprudential character of this branch of ordinary law: the Constitutional Court, while deciding constitutional justice cases, is also creating respective precedents and provides them with doctrinal substantiation, and later consolidates them in its Rules. However, non-intensive and insufficient statutory regulation of the relations pertaining to constitutional justice procedure is a lesser evil than hypothetical “hyper-regulation”, therefore, the current statutory provisions shall not be changed for long to allow the formation of a consist and doctrinally substantiated practice. Constitutional justice procedure law, unlike most other branches of ordinary law which are characterized by a far greater intensiveness of regulation, is growing due to the Constitutional Court’s development of its jurisprudence. [From the publication]

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