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Simplified and Writ types of Proceedings in Arbitration Procedure: Comparative Aspect

ФИО студента: Sofya Vinogradova

Руководитель: Liubov A. Prokudina

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2018

The concept of development of procedural law in Russia and around the world is aimed at improving extraordinary forms of dispute resolution that changes, facilitate, accelerate and simplify the procedure. This paper discusses the simplified and writ procedures in arbitration process. The objective is to conduct the analysis of separate practical and theoretical problems of both kinds of proceedings. The research would suggest the conditional subdivision of the legal phenomena, and highlight their essential features, giving an opportunity to elaborate the structure, as well as precise understanding and interpretation of simplified and writ proceedings. Equally, the key similarities and differences should become more evident and further, which would provide a demonstration of potential improvement and a plan of the reformation of the aforementioned legal institutions, as both of them have a positive impact on facilitating and acceleration of the arbitration procedure.

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