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Civil Law Regulation of Credit Relations: Actual Problems of Theory and Practice

Student: Anna Mikhoparova

Supervisor: Anna A. Ivanova

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2020

The study is devoted to the research of the problems of civil regulation of credit relations in modern Russia. The work consists of an introduction; three chapters, including six paragraphs; conclusion and bibliography. In the introduction, the relevance of this topic is substantiated and scientific novelty is determined, the goal and objectives are formed, the object and subject are indicated. The first chapter reflects the general characteristics of credit relations in Russian civil law: it describes the process of their formation and development, determines the legal nature. The second chapter is devoted to the loan agreement as the basis for the emergence of credit relations. It analyzes its contents and elements, and also classifies loan agreements and determines their features. The third chapter contains an analysis of the problems of legal regulation of credit relations at the present stage through the prism of normative regulation, judicial practice and doctrine; in accordance with the identified problems, proposals are made to address them. The conclusion contains conclusions and suggestions aimed at solving the problems of civil regulation of credit relations.

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