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The supreme court of the Russian Federation and the new russian civil code

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The adoption of the new Civil Code of the Russian Federation (the Code) has been of great importance for the codification of legislation and for bringing such legislation into accordance with the 1993 RF Constitution, and also for court practice and the effective protection of the rights, freedoms, and lawfully protected interests of persons concerned by the courts. The main activity of general jurisdiction courtsinvolving the protection of rights, freedoms, and lawfully protected interestscomprises the resolution of individual civil cases. The adoption of the new Code has played an extremely important role in the codification of legislation and has alleviated countless problems concerning its application; it has also occupied a not insignificant place in the development of civil procedural legislation. The normative acts of the government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries and departments are reviewed by the Supreme Court.

Keywords: civil procedural legislation; Russian civil code; Russian Federation; supreme court



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