Asoskov A.V. , Kurzinski-Singer E. Scope Of Validity Of Legal Judgments And Arbitral Awards For General Public
The article provides a rather-legal analysis of the problem of the subjective scope of validity of legal judgments and arbitral awards. The authors come to the conclusion that the lateral rendering (arisen in the Soviet procedural law) of the legal judgments’ binding power principle comes into an irreconcilable conflict with modern procedural adversarial and optionality principles, and also impedes the effective development of arbitration proceedings.
legal judgments’ binding power, prejudicialness, arbitral award, third parties in arbitration proceedings
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Reshetnikova I.V. Admissibility Of Evidence In Modern Arbitration Procedural Legislation
Not only the evidence obtained with the use of improper instruments of proof is inadmissible, but also the evidence obtained in contravention of the law. That is why as a general rule one must consider undiscovered evidence and additional evidence submitted in a Court of Appeal to be inadmissible.
evidence, admissibility of evidence, discovery of evidence, security for a claim
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EVENTS AND COMMENTS
MATERIALS OF THE PLENUM OF THE SUPREME ARBITRATION COURT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
RESOLUTIONS AND DECISIONS OF THE PRESIDIUM OF THE SUPREME COMMERCIAL COURT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION