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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Alyona Nikolaeva
Corporate Agreement in the Russian Federation
Legal Support and Business Protection
(Master’s programme)
2019
The study analyzes the institution of corporate agreement, which has recently been developed in the Russian system of corporate law.

By analyzing rules of law, judicial practice and doctrine materials the author describes the nature of corporate and quasi corporate agreement and characteristic of such contracts in civil law aspect.

An attempt has been made in order to define the most essential rights and duties that constitute a civil contract. The exercise of these rights and duties has been analyzed through thorough review of judicial practice.

The legal problems of the relationship between such categories as abuse of law, unfair behavior and the principle of good faith within the conclusion of a corporate contract are also given.

Moreover, the study specifies the process of conclusion and termination of corporate agreement in accordance with Russian civil law.

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