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Legal Status of Third Parties in Civil Proceedings

Student: Lyubov Boevets

Supervisor: Dinara Bekyasheva

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2019

This project discusses the features and current issues of the legal status of third parties in civil proceedings. It includes analysis of issues of the concept of a third party, their rights and obligations, the participation of third parties in the process, as well as such features of the consideration of cases involving third parties, such as changing the procedural position of a third party, the right to reimbursement of court costs of third parties, entering into a settlement agreement with the participation of third parties, the timeliness of the statement of independent claims by third parties, as well as the distinction between third parties and persons not involved in the case, whose rights are violated by a court decision.

Full text (added May 9, 2019)

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