The Role of the Judicial Acts of the Sources of Russian Law Past and Present
This paper analyzes the role of precedent and judicial decisions of general sources with Russian law before Peter the Great to the present day, presented by the author opinion on the relevance of the conventional division of legal systems Anglo-Saxon and Continental. The author assesses the tendency to expand law-making powers of the courts in modern Russia through the creation of Constitutional Court's case-law and the actual implementation of the system in arbitration proceedings.
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