ИРГЭНИЙ ЭРХ ЗҮЙН ХАРИЛЦААНД ОРОЛЦОГЧДЫН ЭРХ ТЭГШ БАЙДЛЫГ ХАНГАХ ЗАРЧИМ, ТҮҮНИЙ ПРАКТИК ХЭРЭГЖИЛТ
Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language in Contemporary and Challenges Mongolia: Focused on university education
- В. Мө нхзаяа(Bayarmaa Tsedenjav)
- 단국대학교 몽골연구소
- 제6권 제1호
- 31 - 48 (18 pages)
The main feature that distinguishes it from other branches of civil legal relations is that it is established between equal legal entities. In this sense, the parties to the relationship must be guided in their activities by the eight principles reflected in Article 1.2 of the Civil Code of Mongolia. One of these principles, the principle of equality of participants in civil legal relations, creates a basic legal requirement that the rights, obligations and responsibilities arising from such relations should be equal regardless of the subject of the relationship. equality in the true sense. In our country, this principle is lost due to many factors such as interest rates and penalties in the loan agreement between citizens. Therefore, I have written this article in order to find out what legal solutions are available for the implementation of this principle in the relationship in the true sense of the word.