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The Institute of Interim Measures as One of the Mechanisms for the Enforcement of Judicial Acts in the Arbitrazh Proceedings

ФИО студента: Valeriya Nikulina

Руководитель: Liubov A. Prokudina

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

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

Год защиты: 2019

Current paper is devoted to the question of application of interim measures in Arbitrazh courts, encompassing the issue of compensation for damages incurred by provisional measures, legislative innovations regarding interim measures in consideration of corporate disputes and in Arbitration Tribunals’ (commercial courts) cases. The basic grounds for adoption of interim measures are discussed in this project, such as litigation practice and present juridical bounds. On the foundation of this paper several essential findings are drawn in particular relating to what aspects of interim measures are least enshrined in the legislation, and ways of defense of the weaker party throughout an enforcement of interlocutory injunctions.

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