Legal regime of human biological material: theoretical understanding

 
PIIS102694520015047-2-1
DOI10.31857/S102694520015047-2
Publication type Article
Status Published
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Occupation: associate Professor of the Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law of Tolyatti state University
Affiliation: Tolyatti
Address: Russian Federation,
Occupation: Leading Researcher
Affiliation: Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Address: Russian Federation
Journal nameGosudarstvo i pravo
EditionIssue 6
Pages173-182
Abstract

The article is devoted to the theoretical understanding of the legal regime of human biological material as an object of property turnover. The concept is given and the objects of human biological material are distinguished. There are signs of human biological material that allow us to classify it as other property. The factors that determine the legal regime of human biological material are identified. It is concluded that there is a need to improve the legal norms governing the relations of receiving, transferring, storing and disposing of human biological material, as well as the need to unify legal norms and introduce them into the global trend of including human biological material in circulation. The principles of legal regulation that should be the basis for improving the legislation of the Russian Federation on human biological material are formulated.

Keywordshuman biological material, legal regime, principles of legal regulation, objects of civil rights, objects of human biological material, turnover of human biological material, biomedicine
Received17.11.2020
Publication date28.06.2021
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