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PROBLEMS OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
ON JUDICIAL EXAMINATION AS A TOOL OF A FAIR PROCEDURERead more
INCORRECT DEFINITION OF CIRCUMSTANCES RELEVANT TO THE CASE AS A BASIS FOR THE ABOLITION OF JUDICIAL ACTS IN CIVIL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGSRead more
SOME ISSUES OF EVALUATION OF DIGITAL EVIDENCES IN CIVIL PROCEDURERead more
ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE IN THE SYSTEM OF CIVIL LAW PROCEEDINGSRead more
ON THE SO-CALLED STANDARDS OF PROOF IN THE CONTEXT OF THE DOMESTIC JUDICIAL PROCEDURERead more
V.V. ARGUNOV, M.O. DOLOVA
V.V. ARGUNOV, M.O. DOLOVA
CASES ON PREVENTION OF HARM IN THE FUTURE (ON THE EXAMPLE OF GENOMIC RESEARCHES AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THEIR RESULTS IN PRACTICE)Read more
CIVIL PROCEDURE ON COMMENT
HISTORY OF THE CIVIL PROCEDURE
INSTITUTE OF LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY IN CIVIL PROCEDURE OF THE RSFSR IN THE PERIOD OF DEVELOPED SOCIALISMRead more
FOREIGN CIVIL PROCEDURE
ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN ARBITRAL AWARDS IN TURKEYRead more
NURETTIN EMRE BİLGİNOĞLU
NURETTIN EMRE BİLGİNOĞLU
TRIBUNE OF YOUNG SCIENTIST
EXECUTIVE SUBSCRIPTION OF THE NOTARY AS AN EFFECTIVE TOOL OF PROTECTING THE RIGHTS AND INTERESTS OF CITIZENS AND ORGANIZATIONSRead more
DIGITALIZATION AS A MODERN THREAT TO JUSTICERead more
JUDICIAL AUTHORITY AND PRACTICE
SHORTHAND REPORT OF THE V ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM OF THE JOURNAL “HERALD OF CIVIL PROCEDURE” “2018 – EVIDENTIAL LAW IN CIVIL PROCEDURE: CURRENT STATE AND THE PROSPECTS FOR DEVELOPMENT”Read more
180 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF SENATOR VASILY LAVRENTYEVICH ISACHENKORead more
60 YEARS ANNIVERSARY OF PROFESSOR, DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES IRINA VALENTINOVNA RESHETNIKOVARead more
80 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF PROFESSOR, DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES VALERY ABRAMOVICH MUSINRead more
95 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF PROFESSOR, DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES VIKTOR MIKHAYLOVICH GORSHENEVRead more
130 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF PROFESSOR, DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES IVAN SERGEEVICH PERETERSKYRead more
130 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF PROFESSOR, DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES ALEXANDER FILIPPOVICH KLEINMANRead more
CRITICS AND REVIEW
REVIEW OF A NEW TEXTBOOK ON INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATIONRead more
Present to you the second issue of the "Herald of Civil Procedure"
Glad to bring to your attention the second issue of the journal "Herald of Civil Procedure" in 2019. This issue, in part, is a continuation of the traditional special issue of the journal past Symposium.
The article opens with an article by a doctor of legal sciences, professor, head of the civil process department of the Siberian Federal University T.V. Sakhnova on "On forensics as a toolkit of a fair process." The paper deals with the doctrine in the designated area, forensic analysis is analyzed as a phenomenon from various sides. The author singles out her procedural concept as a toolkit for the implementation of a fair process, also dwells in more detail on psychological expertise and its features.
The issue continues with the article of the candidate of legal sciences, associate professor of the department of business law of the North-West Institute of the All-Russian State University of Justice E.A. Nakhova on the topic "Wrong definition of circumstances relevant to the case, as the basis for the abolition of judicial acts in civil and administrative proceedings." The author examines the procedural doctrine and judicial practice, analyzes the problems of substantive legal facts as objects of proof and knowledge in the civil process and administrative proceedings.
This is followed by the article of Candidate of Law, Associate Professor of the Department of Civil Procedure Law of the Rostov branch of the Russian State University of Justice N.V. Samsonov. The study on "Some issues of the assessment of electronic evidence in a civil process" concludes that the rules enshrined in the procedural law do not fully regulate "electronic justice", which is largely governed by acts that are not recognized by the legislator as sources of procedural law. In this regard, in order to eliminate the conflict between the procedural law and the existing legal reality, the need to include new sources in the sources of Russian procedural law is put forward and justified, proposals are made to determine the procedure for their adoption, as well as to consolidate the circle of issues regulated by them.
In addition, the “Problems of Civil Procedure” section contains articles by Ph.D. in Law, Dean of the Social and Humanitarian Faculty of the National Research University “Higher School of Economics” A.I. Groisberg on the topic “Electronic evidence in the civil justice system”, Ph.D. in Law, Associate Professor of the Civil Procedure Department of Moscow State University. Mv Lomonosova V.V. Argunova and Candidate of Laws, Senior Researcher of the Civil Legislation and Process Department of the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation M.O. Dolova on the topic "On the so-called evidentiary standards in relation to domestic legal proceedings" and Doctor of Law, Professor, Head of the Medical Law Department of the Moscow State Law University. O.E. Kutafina A.A. Mokhov on the topic “Cases of Preventing Harm in the Future (on the example of genomic research and the implementation of their results in practice)”.
The traditional section “History of the civil process” continues the issue, in which the article of the candidate of legal sciences, associate professor of Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University, M.R. Zagidullina on the topic “The Institute of Legal Responsibility in the Civil Procedure of the RSFSR in the Period of Developed Socialism”. The article analyzes the provisions of the legislation of the RSFSR governing the administration of justice in civil cases and the application of measures of legal responsibility for procedural offenses.
The section “Foreign Civil Procedure” is presented by an article of the Turkish colleague, a lawyer from Caglayan & Yalcin Attorneys-at-Law Nurettin Emre Bilginoglu on the topic “Execution of foreign arbitral awards in Turkey”. This paper is intended to explain the recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Turkey, starting with a brief explanation of arbitral awards and foreign arbitral awards. The author reviewed the Turkish decision on the recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards and the 1958 New York Convention.
The section “Judicial Power and Practice” is represented by the complete transcript of the V Jubilee Symposium of the Journal held in the autumn of 2018.
In addition, the section Criticism and Reviews, created together with the first issues of the Journal, reappeared in this issue. This section contains a review of a new textbook on international commercial arbitration, authored by a Ph.D. in Law, a member of the Presidium and the Nomination Committee for Arbitration of International Commercial Disputes of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation (ICAC) A.N. Zhiltsov.
The release ends with the Personalia section, which traditionally celebrates memorable events and dates. This time it is:
- 180 years since the birth of Vasily Lavrentyevich Isachenko;
- 130 years since the birth of Professor Alexander Filippovich Kleinman;
- 130 years since the birth of Professor Ivan Sergeevich Peretersky;
- 95 years since the birth of Professor Viktor Mikhailovich Gorshenev;
- 80 years since the birth of Professor Valery Abramovich Musin;
- 60th anniversary of Professor Irina Valentinovna Reshetnikova.
The VI annual Symposium of journal “Herald of Civil procedure” will be held. The theme of symposium is “2019 - “Civil law and procedure: history, current state and perspectives”