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Assistant professor University of Islamic Azad, Tehran, Iran
Abstract:  
Legal systems are not a set of fixed rules governing on relationships of individuals, these rules are dynamic and under continuous extension in a coherent framework. While being dynamic, these rules must induce consistency of legal relations by governing on relationships of individuals. In other words, people must know their own rights and they should be able to predict the results of their legal actions. Hence, the principle of Legal Security, as a dynamic principle that prevents legal system inaction, is proposed. This principle, as the driving force for extension and promotion of legal system, has an important role and it is one of the important goals of law. Obviously, the aim of law, besides achievement of justice is development of security. Legal Security may be described as a set of definitions, goals, solutions and tools based on which individuals, including families identify personal and social national and international rights, freedoms and duties, therefore they are able to proceed with their legal life with insight and understand their rights knowingly. Within the present article, the significance of the principle and its promising effects will be considered as factor influential in protecting the rights of Iranian families.

Please cite this article as: Afshari M. Investigating the Principle of Legal Security for families in Islamic Republic of Iran. Iran J Med Law 2017; 10(39): 87-100.
 
Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2016/07/3 | Accepted: 2016/10/30

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