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The existence of goods belonging to the public military domain and to the state frontier is

undeniable, the essence of these categories of goods being the public use. These goods, in
their material existence, must be administered in order to attain the purpose for which they
were declared by law. According to specialty doctrine references, the general domain
administration may be exerted directly by its titulars, specifically the state, or indirectly, by
other legal entities. Even if as a general rule, the pursuit of public ownership is done through
other entities, which means that the concerned goods are entrusted to legal entities founded
for this purpose or to legal entities with public or private ownership, the administration of the
public military domain and the state frontier is of the central public authorities area, the
pursuit of ownership being one of the instruments used to harness it.
This scientific investigation represents an analysis of doctrine accomplishments, normative
regulations and practices from the domain concerning the administration of military goods
and the state frontier of the Republic of Moldova; it is a research on the level of conformation
and harmonization of the national legislation regarding the administration of public military
domain and the state frontier; it represents an analysis on the opinions and surveys
concerning the addressed topic conducted by researchers over the time.
This paper emerges as one of the few domestic papers, which, within the administrative
sciences and the public ownership, investigates the problem of the goods belonging to the
public military domain and the state frontier. There has been conducted a complex approach
on the concept and content of the state frontier and public military domain; there has been
elucidated the essence and the content of the domenial theory regarding the administrative
and judicial practice in the Republic of Moldova.
All of these make us feel the need to continue the topic of the state frontier and public
military domain administration through further development, eventually through master’s
studies. What we want is that the dedicated administrative doctrinaires pay more attention to
the institution of domain and domenial administration, not only through the introduction of a
chapter dedicated to domeniality within the administrative law lecture, but also through the
compilation of monographies or other researches on the problem of domeniality or, as we all
know, the doctrine must move ahead of the legislation. Until then, it is our chance,
opportunity to drain the subject related to the institution of the state frontier and the public
military domeniality, til the consolidation of a concept able to give an answer to all of the
questions that might arise not only to public officials as subjects capable of enforcing the
respective regulations, but also to law consumers.