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The action of a principle of procedural economy in civil cases proceeding

R.V. Shakiryanov,
Сandidate of Legal Sciences, 
Judge of the Supreme Court of Republic of Tatarstan 


In this article the author discloses the concept and implementation of the principle of procedural economy in the civil trial, analyzes the positions of scientists on this issue.

Keywords: principles of law; civil procedure.


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Information about the author 

   Shakiryanov R.V. (Kazan) – Сandidate of Legal Sciences, Judge of the Supreme Court of Republic of Tatarstan (420015, Kazan city, Pushkin st. 72/2, e-mail: rakat51@mail.ru)

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