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Commentary on the Chs. 6–9 of the Charter of Commercial Procedure

V.R. Sharifullin,
Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and History 
of State and Law of the Kazan (Volga region) Federal University

Yu.M. Lukin,
Assistant of the Department of Theory and History 
of State and Law of the Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, Advocate


In the article the author reveals the history of formation and development of commercial courts in the Russian Empire, as well as procedures for dealing with commercial cases. The article presents a comment on the Charter of Commercial Procedure norms that regulated the evidence (Paras. 206–264). The authors consider such evidence as a proper recognition and written evidence. Proper recognition in the trade process resembled confession and written evidence that was general and special, including: a) merchant account books, including books and texture; b) brokering books and notes; c) books modeled on the merchant; g) accounts and receipts. 

Keywords: history of commercial courts; commercial litigation; Charter of Commercial Procedure.


Information about the authors 

  Sharifullin V.R. (Kazan) – Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law of the Kazan (Volga region) Federal University (420008, Kazan city, Kremlevskaya st., 18; e-mail: tehteleva_ira@mail.ru). 

  Lukin Yu.M. (Kazan) – Assistant of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law of the Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, Advocate (420008, Kazan city, Kremlevskaya st., 18; e-mail: yu.m.lukin@gmail.com).

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V.R. Sharifullin, Yu.M. Lukin