THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE TYPES OF OBJECT, OF THE SUBJECT AND OF THE VICTIM IN THE DIFFERENTIATION OF THE BODIES OF CRIMES

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L. Brych

Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

Universytets’ka Str., 1, UA–79000 Lviv, Ukraine

It is proved that types of object of the body of crime, distinguished either by vertical or

by horizontal, don’t have an independent significance for the differentiation of both

contiguous bodies of crimes and bodies of crimes, embodied in competitive provisions of

law. The author asserts that among all components of the body of crime, which characterize

object of the body of crime only the subject and the victim are those elements which

objectively can fulfill the function of joint elements of bodies of crimes, differential elements

of contiguous bodies of crimes, elements, that are used to distinguish bodies of crimes

embodied in competitive provisions of law.

Key words: differentiation of contiguous bodies of crimes.

Стаття надійшла до редколегії 01.05.2007

Прийнята до друку 01.06.2007

ВІСНИК ЛЬВІВ. УН-ТУ

Серія юридична. 2007. Вип. 44. С. 243–250

VISNYK LVIV UNIV.

Law Series. 2007. № 44. P. 243–250