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The Principles of Civil Justice

Student: Aleksei Kuznetsov

Supervisor: Dinara Bekyasheva

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

The principles of civil justice. 1) The purpose of the following qualifying graduate work is to review and analyze the system of principles of civil procedure. The main objectives of the qualifying graduate work are: 1) the consideration of the basic approaches to the definition of the concept of principle in science on the basis of available theoretical developments; 2) the study of the concept and essence of the principle of law and the principle of civil proceedings; 3) the study of the questions of the classification of principles of civil legal proceedings; 4) a comparative study of the theoretical and practical features of the implementation of the principles of civil litigation in sectoral legislation. 2) On the basis of the research, the following conclusions are drawn: Firstly, the concept of the principle of civil proceedings is defined Secondly, the essence of the principles is established, which is expressed in the form of guidelines for law enforcers and legislators in the development and adoption of new norms; Thirdly, it is noted that the classification of the principles of civil proceedings on the subject of regulation helps to simplify understanding of the essence of each specific principle; Fourthly, the importance of the principle of legality as a general legal principle is singled out, with its separation from the whole system of principles of civil procedure; Fifth, the essence of organizational principles as general is indicated, with an indication of individual significance in each industry, and within the framework of this research, in the field of civil and arbitration procedural law; Sixth, the significance and differences in the implementation of the functional principles of the civil process in the field of civil and arbitration procedural law are noted.

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