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Problems of Representation in Civil Cases in the Russian Federation

ФИО студента: Remezova Maria

Руководитель: Nadejda Suchkova

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2018

Topic: "Problems of Representation in Civil Cases in the Russian Federation". The volume of the work is 75 pages. 103 sources were used during writing the work. The object of the study is representation in the Russian Federation. The subject of the study is the problematic aspects of the institution of representation in civil cases in the Russian Federation. The introduction reveals the relevance of research in the chosen direction, the goal and tasks of the study are set, the hypothesis is formulated, the object and the subject of scientific searches are determined, the methodological base of the research is indicated. In the first chapter the concept and essence of representation in Russian legislation is studied, the history of the development of the institution of representation in the Russian Federation is examined, the notion of "representation" is disclosed and the topic of spending on it is highlighted. In the second chapter, consideration to the legal regulation of the representation in civil matters in the Russian Federation is given, in particular, the representatives, the requirements to them, as well as the peculiarities of representation of foreign persons. In addition, the chapter highlights the problems and possible ways of reforming the institution of representation. The last chapter examines the experience of some foreign countries in matters of representation in civil matters. In particular, the features of representation of Japan and the countries-participants of the Eurasian Economic Union are studied: the Kyrgyz Republic, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Armenia. In addition, the chapter explores the possibility of unifying legislation within the Eurasian Economic Union. The conclusion is devoted to the main conclusions on the issues of representation in civil matters in the Russian Federation.

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