Civil Action as One of The Ways of Damage Compensation
Mikhail Mikhailovich Turkin1, Maria Aleksandrovna Volkova2, Pavel Valerievich Zhesterov3, Georgij Nikolaevich Kuleshov4

1Mikhail Mikhailovich Turkin, Russian State Social University (RSSU), Moscow, Russian Federation
2Maria Aleksandrovna Volkova, Russian State Social University (RSSU), Moscow, Russian Federation
3Pavel Valerievich Zhesterov, Russian State Social University (RSSU), Moscow, Russian Federation
4Georgij Nikolaevich Kuleshov, Russian State Social University (RSSU), Moscow, Russian Federation

Manuscript received on October 15, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 22 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 2320-2320 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: A5209119119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.A5209.119119
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Abstract: This article is devoted to damage compensation, as exemplified by administrative law through the filing of a civil lawsuit. The paper attempts to conduct a comprehensive analysis of ways to compensate for damages caused by unlawful conduct during an administrative offense. For example, a certain parallel has been drawn between the sources of criminal procedural law and administrative law in filing a civil lawsuit for damage reparation. In addition, the norms of the current legislation of the Russian Federation governing the filing of a civil lawsuit in the framework of proceedings on administrative offenses are analyzed. As an example, petty hooliganism was chosen as one of the most common offenses in Russia. The article also reflects the existence of differences in the concepts of “harm”, “loss” and “damage”. At the same time, loss is considered to be a more common form of expression of property (material) harm in civil law relations.
Keywords: Administrative Responsibility, Administrative Offense, Civil action, Criminal Process
Scope of the Article: Social Sciences