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Main Provisions of the Concept on the Institution of a Reconciliation of the Parties in Civil Proceedings (first 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 this article the provisions of the Concept of the Unified Civil Procedure Code are analyzed with regard to a reconciliation of the parties in civil proceedings. The independence and integrity of the reconciliation institution, its structure included general norms and special provisions are validated. The authors consider two types of general norm on a reconciliation of the parties: norms having a principal meaning for the civil process on the whole and norm directly governing a reconciliation of the parties. Proposed supplements and elaborations to the Conception are made. It should be assumed that a reconciliation of the parties, taking into account modern needs should be seen as an autonomous institution of procedural law. With regard to the institution of reconciliation the general rules should include such legal regulation, which is applicable to any civil case, in principle allowed a reconciliation of the parties, and at any stage of the proceedings. Special rules are norms, establishing reconciliation features for certain categories of cases or individual stages of the proceedings. 

Keywords: reconciliation of the parties; civil procedure; structure of new Civil Procedure Code; general and special norms; conciliation procedures; principles of conciliation procedures; settlement agreement.


References 

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   Nosyreva E.I., Fil’chenko D.G. Znachenie postanovleniya Plenuma VAS RF «O primirenii storon v arbitrazhnom protsesse» [The Significance of the Ruling of the Plenum of the Supreme Arbitration Court of the Russian Federation «On a Reconciliation of the Parties in the Arbitration Proceedings»] (in Russian) // Arbitral Court. 2014. No. 5. P. 105–106. 

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, Russia, Voronezh, Lenin sq., 10a, bldg. 9; 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, Russia, Voronezh, Lenin sq., 10a, bldg. 9; e-mail: civil.law.vsu@mail.ru).

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E.I. Nosyreva, D.G. Filchenko