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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Viacheslav Osinkin
Simplified Arbitration Procedure
2019
The master’s work is devoted to the problems of the Institute of simplified proceedings. The relevance of the final qualifying work is the lack of development of the Institute of simplified proceedings, which raises problems of application of this Institute in practice.

In the research, the author analyzes the historical aspects of the emergence and development of the Institute of simplified proceedings. Its necessity in the current realities of legal proceedings and legislation in General.

The author studies and analyzes the regulatory framework and doctrine governing the Institute of simplified proceedings both in the Russian Federation and in the foreign countries and also in the European Union, in terms of identifying the features of the application of simplified proceedings in different legal systems.

The author examines the problems of the Institute of simplified proceedings, identified in practice by law enforcement officers and proposes solutions to the identified gaps in legislation.

According to the results of the research, the author determines the essence of the Institute of simplified proceedings through its features, objectives and legal status in the judicial system. It is also proposed to implement from foreign simplified proceedings some positive features that affect the practical use of the Institute by law enforcement officers. Tthe author proposes to amend the legislation governing the simplified procedure, which will increase the relevance of its use among all subjects of legal relations.

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