The legal order is one of the most complicated and overwhelming categories that characterize the right of law and its existence. A lawyer novice and ordinary citizen-observer on legal order can speak only in the context of real relationships in society and to a greater extent in public places, bringing the understanding of legal order into public order, which, of course, cannot fully disclose all aspects of the legal order. But let’s not deepen into the delicate matter of the theory of law, but this is not important at the moment.
Recent years of modern Ukrainian history have shown the presence in the society of seemingly at first glance of informal institutions, which, with the use of force, as a rule, physical force, provided and continue to provide for the resolution of conflict situations around important local or regional issues that were not resolved by the authorities or the same solution did not suit the representatives of these informal institutes. Such social institutions combine a clear organization and discipline, a semi-military form, and necessarily the ability to apply force that actually solves a conflict situation in favor of an interested party where informal power institutions operate. From the point of view of the law, the activities of such institutions cannot be recognized as legitimate and only in the absence of the law of the activities of such institutions is possible. Such paramilitary formations or paramilitary groups are a substitute for the institutions of the state, which must decide in accordance with the current legislation based on the provisions of the Constitution, all controversial, including conflict situations, establishing in accordance with the provisions of law the real legal order in society.