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Commentary on the Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation (continuation)

O.A. Ruzakova, 
Doctor of Legal Sciences, Deputy Chief of Staff Committee 
of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on Civil, Criminal, 
Commercial («Arbitrazh») and Procedural Legislation

 In this section of commentary we are talking about normative regulation of the trial stage. One of the most problematic issues in civil proceedings is to comply with dates of consideration and resolution of cases. Section 1 of Art. 6 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms enshrines the right of everyone in the determination of his civil rights and obligations to a fair and public hearing within a reasonable time by the independent and impartial court established by law. The trial is a major part of the judicial process and takes place in the court session, except in cases of writ of production. The trial is the consideration and resolution of civil cases in the court. The date and time of the hearing shall be duly informed to persons involved in the case. The case file of the court must have proof of notice. Consideration of the case in the absence of any of persons involved in the case, which was not notified about the time and place of the hearing, is the basis for the abolition of the judgment in a higher court. 

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Ruzakova O.A. (Moscow) – Doctor of Legal Sciences, Deputy Chief of Staff Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of Russian Federation on Civil, Criminal, Commercial («Arbitrazh») and Procedural Legislation (Moscow, Okhotniy Ryad st., 1; e-mail: stateduma@duma.gov.ru).

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O.A. Ruzakova