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Summary and Simplified Proceedings in Russian Commercial Procedure (Comparative Analysis)

ФИО студента: Vladislav Galitsyn

Руководитель: Daniil Krymskiy

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2017

The object of this paper is a comparative academic analysis of summary and Simplified proceedings in an arbitral case, based on certain facilitated elements of an arbitral procedural form. This paper consists of introduction, two chapters, conclusion and bibliographical references. In the first chapter the general academic basis of simplified proceedings is analyzed, including: 1) judicial process facilitation was defined; 2) the main ways of judicial process facilitation were described; 3) the arbitral procedural form, as facilitation object, was examined; 4) permissible limits of arbitral procedural form facilitation were defined as well as principles of such facilitation; 5) the definition of simplified proceedings was given; 6) the distinctive features of simplified proceedings were described. The second chapter is dedicated to the comparative analysis of summary and simplified proceedings in an arbitral case. In this chapter: 1) the general characteristic of simplified proceedings in an arbitral case was given; 2) the analysis of summary and simplified proceedings in an arbitral case was performed, on the basis of certain facilitated elements of arbitral procedural form. Comparing summary proceedings and simplified proceedings in an arbitral case, the author concludes, that simplified proceeding is a more effective form of administration of justice in civil cases, than summary proceedings

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