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The International Effect of Judicial Decisions and Notarial Instruments

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The international effect of judicial decisions and notarial instruments is a phenomenon which has grown in importance in recent times. The purpose of legal regulation is to facilitate contacts between citizens of different countries, including family and property relationships, and the realization of successory rights, and to create conditions for the development of international economic relations. An important aspect is the organization of study and training programs for judges and notaries in the application of foreign law, and the knowledge of international treaties and the law of the European Union. All this should facilitate the increasing involvement of Russia in the international traffic of judicial decisions and notarial instruments, ultimately directed at the protection of the interests of Russian citizens and organizations.

Keywords: European union; foreign law; international treaties; judicial decisions; notarial instruments; Russian Federation



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