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The Jurisdiction of Cases to Arbitration Courts

Student: Arina Pashinyan

Supervisor: Dinara Bekyasheva

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

The work is devoted to the complex analysis of theoretical and practical problems of the relevance of economic disputes arising in the field of entrepreneurship and other economic activities to the jurisdiction of arbitration courts. The author defines the modern understanding of jurisdiction and its types, considers the criteria of jurisdiction of arbitration courts and the legal consequences of non-compliance, examines the main categories of cases that are assigned to the competence of arbitration courts. The author also examines the ongoing reforms in the system of Russian arbitration courts and reveals their advantages and disadvantages.

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