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Problems of the motivating of judicial decisions in the civil procedural law of the Republic of Belarus
Candidate of Legal Sciences, Assistant Professor of the Department of Civil Procedure
and Labor Law of the Belarusian State University
In the article the author reveals the problems of motivation in the exercise of the judicial acts of justice in civil matters, analyzes the views expressed in the science on this problem.
Keywords: judgment; civil procedure.
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Information about the author
Skobelev V.P. (minsk) – Candidate of Legal Sciences, Assistant Professor of the Department of Civil Procedure and Labor Law of the Belarusian State University (220030, minsk city, Leningradskaya st., 8, e-mail: email@example.com)