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The formalism of civil procedure and standards for fair trial

A.R. Sultanov, 
Head of Legal Department «Nizhnekamskneftekhim»

The author discusses the features of the administration of justice in civil cases in the Russian Federation, as well as how the statutory procedural rules for civil cases correspond to the interests of the state and parties.

Keywords: civil procedure; constitutional law.

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Information about the author 

    Sultanov A.R. (Niznekamsk) – Head of Legal Department «Nizhnekamskneftekhim» (423584, Tatarstan Republic, Nizhnekamsk city, OAO «Nizhnekamskneftekhim», e-mail: sultanovAR@nknh.ru)

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A.R. Sultanov