عنوان مقاله [English]
Among the great institutions of the Islamic Revolution, are the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and the Basij that can have the most contact with the city apparatus, due to their presence in all neighborhoods and regions. At present, the responsibility of directing, organizing, and commanding these bases, districts, and areas is assigned to the Revolutionary Guards of Tehran; since the issues of administrative sovereignty of the city, including transactions and contracts related to the municipality, construction, waste, green space, maintenance of places, etc., in the metropolis lays with the municipality of Tehran, it is responsible for examining the relationship between these two institutions and to reduce any tensions in the city, and to expedite the activities of both the institutions, it is necessary to use quasi-judicial systems in disputes between the IRGC and the municipality of Tehran, including the Article 38 Commission of the municipality. The Commission deals with disputes that are, firstly: between the municipality and individuals (either natural and legal persons), secondly, disputes related to the contracts concluded between the municipality and other contracting parties, and thirdly, such contracts must correspond to transactions that originate from the Municipal Transaction Regulations, and be related to these regulations. Although this commission has judicial characteristics, it is classified as a quasi-judicial authority. Since sometimes the military organs, especially the Revolutionary Guards, are parties to various property and contracting agreements with municipalities, including the municipality of Tehran, it is significant to analytically describe the dispute resolution mechanism between these two institutions; In this research, it has been discussed.