An Axiological Basis for Legal Regulations which Regulate the Creation and Functioning of Special Zones
An analysis of the relevant current legislation evinces the following types of substantive values that underpin the practice of creation and functioning of special zones: the environment, public order, listed site, health, state security and socio-economic development. All those values are fundamental as they form the basis of many a special zones. Nevertheless, other, more detailed values are liable to be gleaned from legislative provisions. Altogether they constitute a very complex, internally diverse and multi-layered system of values that provides an axiological underpinning for legal regulations governing the creation and functioning of special zones.