LEGAL NATURE OF THE RESOLUTIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT PLENARY SESSION IN THE MECHANISM OF CRIMINAL-PROCEDURAL REGULATION

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N. Nor

Ivan Franko National University of Lviv,

Universytetska Str. 1, UA–79000 Lviv, Ukraine

Legal nature, role and significance of the resolutions of the plenary session of the

Supreme Court of Ukraine in the mechanism of criminal-procedural regulation have been

researched. The author gives reasons for the conclusions that these resolutions don’t

belong to the law sources formally and to criminal-procedural sources, in particular, though

the doctrinal views as to this conclusion are different (contrary). He asserts that there are no

grounds for depriving these resolutions of a “guiding” and “binding” status by the current

legislation of Ukraine; their recommendatory character can’t give rise to the conclusion, that

they have lost their practical significance and are unable to provide judicial practice stability.

Key words: Resolutions of the plenary session of the Supreme Court of Ukraine,

mechanism of the criminal-procedural regulation, legal nature of the resolutions of the

Supreme Court of Ukraine Plenary Session.

Стаття надійшла до редколегії 01.05.2007

Прийнята до друку 01.06.2007

ВІСНИК ЛЬВІВ. УН-ТУ

Серія юридична. 2007. Вип. 44. С. 337–342

VISNYK LVIV UNIV.

Law Series. 2007. № 44. P. 337–342