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Maintenance of procedural right ability and procedural legal relationship: ratio of concepts

I.V. Stasuk,
Рost-graduate Student of Department of Civil, Arbitrazn and Administrative Procedural 
Law of the Russian Academy of Justice


The article reveals the place of civil procedural due process rights and responsibilities in the mechanism of regulation. The author concludes, it is necessary to distinguish between the procedural rights and obligations of both the content and capacity of the procedural rights and obligations as the legal elements. This distinction has important practical implications. 

Keywords: standing; civil procedural legal relationship; procedural law; procedural obligation.

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Information about the author 

   Stasuk I.V. (moscow) – Рost-graduate Student of Department of Civil, Arbitrazn and Administrative Procedural Law of the Russian Academy of Justice (117418, moscow city, Novocheremushkinskaya st., 69, Building «а», e-mail: ellenest@mail.ru)

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I.V. Stasuk