Great legal encyclopedia. - Moscow: Izd-vo Eksmo, - 2005.
V.V. Avanesyan, S.V. Andreeva, E.V. Belyakova, E.V. Glazova, L.V. Dudkina, E.A. Isaycheva, L.N. Levina, L.V. Smolina, L.N. Terekhova
A large legal encyclopaedia is a collection of terms and explanations to them, drawn up with a view to the correct and uniform interpretation and application of legal concepts.
A large legal encyclopaedia gives a more complete exposition of the current Russian and international legislation, and also allows you to familiarize yourself with the provisions of the current Constitution of the Russian Federation, the peculiarities of the state structure, the political regime, the status and competence of state bodies, civil servants and the situation of the subjects of the Federation.
The Encyclopedia describes in detail the main institutions of the sectoral legislation, the system of law enforcement agencies, the situation of minors, and also specifies the organizational and legal forms of entrepreneurial activity.
Particular attention is paid to the disclosure of such concepts as religious rights of citizens, privacy, correspondence, property inviolability, political, personal, economic rights of citizens and foreigners.
The proposed edition gives the most complete picture of the law in force, sets out information on virtually all of its branches and related disciplines. Articles of the Great Law Encyclopedia reveal all the main institutions of the current Russian law.