Innovation and novation as a form of law renewal

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Hamilton: Accent Graphics Communications & Publishing.
In a broad sense, innovation is a product of intellectual activity of people, designed as a result of fundamental, applied or experimental research in any field of human activity, aimed at improving its effectiveness. Innovation in worldview and ideology, in formation of new industries and directions, in radical change in management system is attributed to revolutionary changes, when the innovations themselves require breaking stereotypes of thinking, staff changes, training of new specialists, changes in rules and regulations, programs and projects, laws and even the constitutional norms of civil society. Therefore, innovations are often revolutionary in nature and are the basis of scientific and technical and any revolution. An innovation is a novation or introduction that significantly enhances the performance of an existing system. In jurisprudence, modern scholars also distinguish between legal novation and legal innovation. In the legal sphere Yu. M. Oborotov defines the novation concept as a departure from traditional experience associated with its creative development. This author reviews novations in law in one meaningful field with the innovation concept, emphasizing the subjective and objective nature of the latter. Innovation, in his opinion, is any discovery made at the personal level, but achieves social acceptance. The main condition for novations is thus their broadcasting [7, p. 100]. The authors note the social content of this definition in the absence of its purely legal characteristics.
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Matvieieva L. Innovation and novation as a form of law renewal. (2019). Innovations in Science: The Challenges of Our Time. Vol. 2. Hamilton: Accent Graphics Communications & Publishing. § 3.17. Рр. 266 - 274.