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The Abuse of Procedural Rights in the Arbitration Process

ФИО студента: Valeriya Cherednichenko

Руководитель: Liubov A. Prokudina

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Lawyer in the Sphere of Justice and Law Enforcement (Master)

Год защиты: 2019

The purpose of this work is an analysis of the Institute of abuse of procedural rights from the perspective of its negative impact on the functioning of the arbitration process; search for possible ways to improve the efficiency of the arbitration process by overcoming the abuse of procedural rights; the proposal of regulatory methods to prevent abuse and prosecute unscrupulous persons. The study consists of an introduction, three chapters, conclusion and list of references and legal acts. The has the proposals aimed at improving the mechanism of preventing abuse of procedural rights, improving the effectiveness of measures and methods of suppression and response, as well as ensuring adequate protection of subjective rights and interests protected by law.

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