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Explanation of Civil Liability and Legal and Jurisprudence Ruling of Market-Breaking

Journal: International Journal of Nations Research (Vol.5, No. 57)

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Page : 101-117

Keywords : Market-breaking; Civil Liability; Legal Order;

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Market-breaking and its special effects such as hoarding and underselling cause various disturbances in the economic system of a society. The study of related civil liability is one of the fields of study in all civilized societies. Examining the laws governing the market and the procedure for dealing with the violations contained in these laws has often confronted us with various ambiguities and shortcomings, which ultimately motivated us to write the current article. This article, based on a descriptive-analytical method, examines and explains civil liability, legal rulings, and market-breaking jurists, and examines existing theories in this field. Also, by examining different legal clauses, several crimes related to market breaking will be investigated. The final results of this article show that since the government penitentiary lacks due process, the ambiguity in the position of issuing security contracts, the right to arrest the accused, etc. has made these branches difficult to issue a sentence and execute it. Also, the lack of research resources and assistance for issuing strong opinions, confirms that the Tazirat Organization is not a knowledge-based organization and does not support researchers from this authority. Eventually, it becomes clear that the conflict of powers between the State Penitentiary Organization and other judicial and administrative authorities such as the General and Revolutionary Courts, Dispute Resolution Councils, primary boards of the medical system, etc., lead to the abuse of economic criminals and failure to take routine action.

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