Shukhrat Ruzinazarov Tashkent state university of law, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Liliya Achilova Tashkent state university of law, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Nilufar Rakhmonkulova University of world economy and diplomacy, Tashkent, Uzbekistan


This article examines the role and importance of civilian science and a new trend in fundamental research in their priority areas. The role of fundamental research in the development of the legal sciences is incomparable, it is a generally recognized theoretical and methodological basis. It is necessary to consider not only the subject trends of civil law regulation of public relations, but also scientific and theoretical doctrinal goals that are in harmony with secular, modern knowledge and processes of civilization, traditional and advanced experience in the development of private law and doctrinal approaches that are fueled by national legal values. In it, based on the scientific direction of the digital economy, the conclusions and proposals on current problems of civil law are justified.


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