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PROBLEMS OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

IS THE “PROCEDURAL REVOLUTION” COMPLETED?
E.S. SMAGINA
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ON THE PRINCIPLE OF COURT ACTIVITY IN ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGS
N.A. GROMOSHINA
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DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND CIVIL PROCEDURE: SOME PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
K.L. BRANOVITSKY, I.G. RENTS, Al.V. NEZNAMOV, An.V. NEZNAMOV, V.V. YARKOV
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PREFACE TO THE TEXTBOOK ON ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGS OR BRIEF HISTORY OF RUSSIAN ADMINISTRATIVE JUSTICE
A.T. BONNER
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JUSTICE IN THE CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
E.I. ALEXEEVSKAYA
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CIVIL PROCEDURE ON COMMENT

HISTORY OF THE CIVIL PROCEDURE

THEORY AND HISTORY OF SOVIET CIVIL PROCEDURE
A.Ya. KODINTSEV
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FOREIGN CIVIL PROCEDURE

THE INSTITUTE OF DISSENTING OPINION OF THE JUDGE IN CIVIL PROCEDURE AND ITS ROLE IN ENSURING UNITY OF JUDICIAL PRACTICE
A.I. POPOV
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JAPANESE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT (parts I & II)
Introductory word, translated by R.O. Opalev
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TRIBUNE OF YOUNG SCIENTIST

JUDICIAL AUTHORITY AND PRACTICE

PREJUDICE IN ARBITRATION COURTS AND ARBITRAL TRIBUNALS: THEORETIC AND APPLIED PROBLEMS IN LIGHT OF THE PROHIBITION TO ABUSE PROCEDURAL RIGHTS
О.А. BENEDSKAYA
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ON THE RESUMPTION OF PROCEEDINGS WHEN NEW EVIDENCE HIDDEN BY THE PARTY IS REVEALED
A.R. SULTANOV
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ON JUDICIAL DISCRETION IN CONSIDERATION OF CASES RELATED TO EVALUATION CONCEPTS OF INHERITANCE AND FAMILY LAW
A.V. FIOSHIN
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JUDICIAL PRACTICE AS A SOURCE OF CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND ITS IMPACT ON THE WORK OF THE COURTS OF APPEAL
R.V. SHAKIRYANOV
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PERSONALIA

TAMARA EVGENIEVNA ABOVA (18.11.1927–21.07.2019) – OBITUARY
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55 YEARS ANNIVERSARY OF DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES, PROFESSOR PAVEL VLADIMIROVICH KRASHENINNIKOV
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85 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES, PROFESSOR IGOR MIKHAYLOVICH ZAYTSEV
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65 YEARS ANNIVERSARY OF DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES, PROFESSOR VALERY VLADIMIROVICH MOLCHANOV
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60 YEARS ANNIVERSARY OF DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES MALKHAZ SHOTAEVICH PATSATSIYA
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CRITICS AND REVIEW

THE FUTURE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

THE INSTITUTE OF LEGAL COSTS: GENESIS, CURRENT STATE AND DEVELOPMENT PROSPECTS
A.I. CHETVERGOV
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JURISDICTIONAL FORMS OF PROTECTION OF PATENT RIGHTS
R.M. SADYKOV
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“E-JUSTICE” AS A LEGAL CATEGORY IN FOREIGN DOCTRINE AND LEGISLATION
E.V. BAZILEVSKIKH
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Present to you the fourth issue of the "Herald of Civil Procedure"

Glad to bring to your attention the fourth issue of the journal "Herald of Civil Procedure" in 2019. 
The next issue, which is now in front of you, has combined articles of different topics submitted by authors from various law schools. The issue is opened by an article by the candidate of legal sciences, general director of the Alekseevskaya and Partners Law Center E.I. Alekseevskaya entitled "Justice in the concept of sustainable development." The article examines the problems of justice in modern conditions from the point of view of the global goals set forth in the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The author puts forward the thesis that the lack of a common understanding of the categories of “sustainable development”, “rule of law” in Russia necessitates an analysis of these concepts to effectively ensure access to the court and the bailiff service, the growth of legal guarantees in the rules of procedure.
The article is continued by an article of a doctor of legal sciences, professor of the department of civil and administrative proceedings at Moscow State Law University O.E. Kutafina (Moscow State Law Academy) A.T. Bonner on the topic "Preface to the textbook on administrative proceedings, or a brief history of Russian administrative justice." The article discusses the historical aspects that influenced the appearance of the CAS of the Russian Federation, the amazing closeness of its content with the Code of Civil Procedure of the Russian Federation, as well as its theoretical and practical significance.
Then follows a work sponsored by five representatives of the Ural school of law, in particular, Ph.D. in law, associate professor K.L. Branovitsky, Doctor of Law, Associate Professor I.G. Renz, candidate of legal sciences A.V. Neznamov, Candidate of Law, Advisor to the International Law Firm Dentons A.V. Neznamov and Doctor of Law, Professor, Head of the Department of Civil Procedure V.V. Yarkov. Their study on the topic “Digital technologies in the civil process: some problems and prospects” addresses the problems and prospects of the introduction of digital technologies in the civil process. The authors conclude that from a socio-economic and psychological point of view, the Russian law enforcement system is not yet ready to use such technologies in non-alternative basis, which ultimately leads to the creation of a double infrastructure of justice and inefficient spending of funds. In particular, it is indicated that the effective introduction of such technologies in the civil process requires the formulation and solution of a number of problems, the formulation of these problems is given, and approaches to solving them are proposed.
The issue continues with the traditional section “History of the Civil Process”, which presents an article by Doctor of Law, Professor of the Department of State and Municipal Administration of Surgut State University A.Ya. Kodintseva on the topic "Theory and History of the Soviet Civil Process". The article reveals the history of the study of Soviet civil proceedings. The author concludes that at present, historical and legal science is moving to an active and in-depth study of the specific features of civil proceedings in Soviet Russia. In addition, the author identifies several approaches to the study of history, in particular, the doctrinal position, the search for a connection between the Soviet and the imperial process, the integration of legal proceedings in the general context of the development of Soviet society, the consideration of individual stages, and as one of the intermediate results, the author identifies an approach that summarizes disputes Soviet processists on the essence of the civil process.
The Foreign Civil Procedure section is represented by two parts of the Japanese Law on Administrative Procedure, which R.O. Opalev. The next article in this section on “The Institute of the dissenting opinion of a judge in a civil process and its role in ensuring the unity of judicial practice” is presented by our colleague, Ph.D. in law, assistant from the National Law University named after Yaroslav the Wise (Ukraine) A.I. Popov. The study analyzes the doctrinal approaches to disclosing the legal nature of dissenting opinions, existing models of dissenting opinions in the global practice of justice, as well as the evolution of the legal regulation of this institution in the civil procedure legislation of Ukraine.
The issue continues with the section “The Future of Civil Procedure”, which is the successor and continuer of the previously existing section “Tribune of a Young Scientist”. This section aims to present research results on the development trends of the civil process. In this section, a number of studies are published, in particular, “Electronic justice as a legal category in foreign doctrine and legislation”, presented by the representative of the Kazan Federal University E.V. Bazilevskikh, “Jurisdictional Forms of Patent Rights Protection”, authored by R.M. Sadykov, and the Institute of Litigation Costs: Genesis, Current Status and Development Prospects, which came from the pen of a graduate student of the Department of Civil and Administrative
proceedings Moscow State Law University. O.E. Kutafina (Moscow State Law Academy), lawyer A.I. Thursday.
The next section, “The Judiciary and Practice,” includes a number of practice-oriented articles. This section presents the work of the head of the legal department of PJSC "Nizhnekamskneftekhim" A.R. Sultanova. The article on the topic “On the resumption of proceedings when new evidence is concealed from the court by the party” gives examples of judicial practice and substantiates the position of the unfairness of the current approach, proposes an approach in which it will be unprofitable to conceal evidence and which will strengthen the rule of law and prevent crime in the field of business and other economic activities, the formation of a respectful attitude to law and court.
The magazine closes with the Personalia section, which traditionally celebrates memorable events and dates, this time around:
- 85 years since the birth of Igor Mikhailovich Zaitsev;
- 65th anniversary of Valery Vladimirovich Molchanov;
- 60th anniversary of Malkhaz Shotaevich Patsatsii;
- 55th anniversary of Pavel Vladimirovich Krasheninnikov.
At the end of the issue, the editorial board of the Herald of Civil Procedure journal regretfully reports that the head of the Center for Civil Law Studies, head of the civil law, civil and arbitration process department of the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences, professor, doctor of legal sciences Tamara Evgenyevna Abova died suddenly.