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Functions of the Category "Justice" During Modernisation of Civil Legislation in Germany and Russia in the Second Half of the XIX-First Third of the XX Centuries: Comparative Analysis

Student: Valeriia Podarueva

Supervisor: Dmitry Poldnikov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

In this research we consider the change in functions of the category "justice" in the process of modernizing civil legislation in Germany and Russia. The doctrine is used to determine the content of justice and its functions. On the basis of a comparison of the development of doctrine with the characteristics of modernization, conclusions are drawn about changing the functions of justice and the factors of change.

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