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REVIEW OF THE MONOGRAPH “CONVERGENCE (HARMONIZATION) OF CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW WITHIN THE EU AND THE POST-SOVIET SPACE (COMPARATIVE LEGAL ASPECT)” BY K.L. BRANOVITSKY

CRITICS AND REVIEW


S.L. DEGTYAREV

S.L. DEGTYAREV,
Doctor of Legal Sciences, Professor, Department of Civil Procedure,
Ural State Law University

https://doi.org/10.24031/2226-0781-2021-11-3-335-343

The review is devoted to the work, which, perhaps, for the first time so systematically
and thoroughly analyzes the phenomenon of convergence of legal systems in the process
of globalization and modern integration formations, its impact on the development
of procedural institutions of the Russian process, prospects, advantages and obstacles,
possible tools of implementation and use from the perspective of civil procedure law in
its broadest sense. Separately stands the author’s thesis on the procedural institutions,
which could act as an object of convergence. By analogy with the EU countries, the author
refers and investigates in detail the “international competence” through the legal regime
of international competence in the existing multilateral agreements and some aspects of
the legal regime of international competence in the national legal orders of the EAEU
members. In conclusion, it is concluded that comprehensive and systemic knowledge of
the mechanism and tools of such an important and objective legal phenomenon as the
convergence (harmonization) of civil procedural law in any state, is an element of the basic
part both in scientific and practical activities of lawyers.

Keywords: convergence; harmonization; unification of civil procedural law; globalization;
international competence; recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments; mandamus
proceedings; legal instruments of legal convergence; soft law.

References

Branovitskii K.L. Sblizhenie (garmonizatsiia) grazhdanskogo protsessual’nogo prava
v ramkakh ES i na postsovetskom prostranstve (sravnitel’no-pravovoi aspekt) [Convergence
(Harmonization) of Civil Procedure Law Within the EU and the Post-Soviet
Space (Comparative Legal Aspect)]. Moscow: Statut, 2019. 399 p. (In Russ.)

Information about the author

S.L. Degtyarev (Yekaterinburg, Russia) – Doctor of Legal Sciences, Professor,
Department of Civil Procedure, Ural State Law University (21 Komsomolskaia St., Yekaterinburg,
620137, Russia; e-mail: dsl001@mail.ru).

Recommended citation

Degtyarev S.L. Retsenziia na monografiiu K.L. Branovitskogo «Sblizhenie (garmonizatsiia)
grazhdanskogo protsessual’nogo prava v ramkakh ES i na postsovetskom prostranstve
(sravnitel’no-pravovoi aspekt)» [Review of the Monograph “Convergence (Harmonization)
of Civil Procedural Law Within the EU and the Post-Soviet Space (Comparative
Legal Aspect)” by K.L. Branovitsky]. Vestnik grazhdanskogo protsessa – Herald of Civil
Procedure, 2021, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 335–343. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.24031/2226-
0781-2021-11-3-335-343

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