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The Role of Courts in Adversarial Litigation in Russia

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Modern Russian arbitrazh court and civil court procedure (since 2002) has many adversarial characteristics, which are similar to those of British and American courts but which have their roots the Imperial Russian legal reform of 1864. This article offers the reader an analysis of the main features of Russian procedural legislation.

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2009-02-01
2016-12-03

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