World Bulletin of Management and Law <p>The World Bulletin of Management and Law (WBML) is a leading, high quality double-blind peer-reviewed journal whose passion is to address all aspects of regulation and law as they impact on organizational development, operations and leadership. WBEF welcomes unpublished, original and full-length research articles, book reviews, commentaries, correspondence, review articles, technical notes, short communications and case studies on all aspects of Management and Law.</p> <p><strong>ISSN (E):</strong> 2749-3601</p> <p><strong>Journal Impact Factor:</strong> 7.424</p> <div class="Categorie"><strong>SJIF 2024:</strong> 7.846</div> <p><strong>WBML considers unpublished, original manuscripts in, but not limited to, the following fields:</strong></p> <p>Business Administration, Corporate Governance, E-Commerce, Consumer Behaviour, Small Business Management, Human Resources Management, Business Economics, Managerial Economics, Business Management, Marketing, Commercial/Business Law, Intellectual Property Rights &amp; Competition Law, Cyber Law and Social Media, Contractual Law, Sale of Goods and Services &amp; Property Law, Constitutional Law and its interaction with Businesses, Corporate Social Responsibility, International Dispute Resolution.</p> Scholar Express Journals en-US World Bulletin of Management and Law 2749-3601 INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS <p>In this article, international human rights documents are discussed in detail, the situations that are happening in the world and have been formed historically, how important it is to protect these rights by the state, and the need to do this through effective ways, and as a result there is talk about the convergence of nations at the international level. The internationally accepted laws on human rights are listed</p> Raufov Javlonbek Copyright (c) 2024 2024-04-06 2024-04-06 33 1 3 DIGITALIZATION AS THE BASIS FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS INDUSTRY AND CUSTOMS REGULATION OF NEW UZBEKISTAN <p>Digitalization of the transport and logistics industry and its technologization are an integral element of further integration of the Republic of Uzbekistan into the world community. The analysis of digitalization processes in customs administration is carried out. The main directions of implementation and development of digitalization in the transport industry and customs regulation in the customs territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan and priority areas for the development of customs, business and logistics industry are identified</p> E.V. Ladygina U.Yuldashev Copyright (c) 2024 2024-04-07 2024-04-07 33 4 8 THE RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE GUARDIANSHIP AND TRUSTEESHIP AUTHORITIES AND THE ORGANIZATION OF ACTIVITIES IN THIS FIELD <p>This article analyzes the general rules of the organization of guardianship and trusteeship, the legal foundations of this institution, as well as the grounds for establishing guardianship and trusteeship and their rights and obligations in this field. The legal grounds for becoming a guardian and trustee are given, as well as the ideas and views of scientists on this matter. Opinions were expressed on the issues of the institution of guardianship and trusteeship in the new Uzbekistan. The conclusions were made based on the opinions presented in the article, the studied scientific sources, and the research conducted by scientists in this regard.</p> Choriyeva Xurshidabonu Xurram kizi Copyright (c) 2024 2024-04-07 2024-04-07 33 9 14 WHEN THERE IS A NEED TO CODIFY LEGISLATION? (ON THE EXAMPLE OF UZBEKISTAN AND KYRGYZSTAN <p>Due to the complication and rapid development of social relations, the array of legal acts aimed at regulating new complex social relations in the context of digitalization is correspondingly increasing. This, in turn, can lead to certain difficulties in the enforcement process. Therefore, it is very important that law enforcement entities, if necessary, quickly and accurately apply the relevant rules. Consequently, the issue of effective systematization of legislation is becoming particularly relevancet at the present stage. This article will examines the issues of the codification process in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan from the point of view of comparative law. One of the important forms of systematization of legislation is codification. At the same time, in legal science there is no holistic doctrine of codification, including when and on what grounds the need for codification arises. Several proposals and conclusions have been formulated aimed at improving the codification process and its scientific research as a whole.</p> Mavluda Akhmedshaeva Kuldysheva Gulsara Kenzheevna Copyright (c) 2024 2024-04-07 2024-04-07 33 15 18