private enforcement

private enforcement
эк. частный контроль за исполнением* (действия частных лиц, ведущие к соблюдению остальными лицами общества каких-л. законов, порядков и т. п.; выражается в подаче частных судебных исков против нарушителей законодательства)

private enforcement of public laws — частный контроль за соблюдением государственных законов

Private litigation is a key complement to public enforcement of competition rules. — Частные судебные иски являются главным дополняющим элементом по отношению к государственному контролю за исполнением антимонопольного законодательства.


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