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Main Provisions of the Concept on the Institution of a Reconciliation of the Parties in Civil Proceedings (third part)

E.I. Nosyreva, 
Doctor of Legal Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Civil Law and 
Procedure of the Voronezh State University, 

D.G. Filchenko, 
Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Civil Law and 
Procedure of the Voronezh State University

 In the article authors continue to analyze the Concept of the Uniform Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation as applied to the reconciliation of the parties. The description of reconciliation results is provided. Special consideration is given to the settlement agree- ment. Authors suggest legislative measures of broadening of the subject structure of the settlement agreement and its substance. Also the article deals with questions connected with the adoption of the Administrative Procedure Code of the Russian Federation and the necessity of harmonization of rules on conciliation in public cases before the courts of com- mon jurisdiction and arbitrazh courts. Authors note that the settlement agreement may be concluded either between all plaintiffs and defendants, and between some of them, if it does not preclude consideration of requirements by the court, legal proceedings of which have not stopped as a result of the approval of the settlement agreement. 

Keywords: Concept of the Uniform Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation; reconciliation procedures; reconciliation results; settlement agreement; agreement on facts of the matter; reconciliation in public cases.

References

Eliseev N.G. Pravo tret’ego litsa, ne zajavljajushchego samostojatel’nyh trebovanij otnositel’no predmeta spora, na mirovoe soglashenie [The Right of the Third Party without Independent Claims Concerning the Subject of the Dispute on the Amicable Agreement]. Vestnik Vyshchego Arbitrazhnogo Suda Rossijskoi Federatsii = Russian Federation Supreme Commercial Court’s Review, 2013, no. 5, pp. 105–112. (In Russian)

Information about the authors

Nosyreva E.I. (Voronezh) – Doctor of Legal Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Civil Law and Procedure of the Voronezh State University (394006, Voronezh, pl. Lenin, 10a, Building 9, k. 710; e-mail: civil.law.vsu@mail.ru).

Filchenko D.G. (Voronezh) – Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Civil Law and Procedure of the Voronezh State University (394006, Voronezh, pl. Lenin, 10a, Building 9, k. 710; e-mail: civil.law.vsu@mail.ru).

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E.I. Nosyreva, D.G. Filchenko