Strengthening Russia's Legislative Framework in the field of civil law and administrative procedural law

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Project description

The aim of this project was to help harmonise Russian civil and administrative procedure law. It was formulated at the request of and in consultation with the Chairman of the Russian Highest Arbitration Court and the Deputy Chairman of the Presidential Council on the Harmonisation of Civil law. The project activities included meetings of the Russian working groups with Dutch experts, conferences, written expert opinions and publications.



Project team

Anne-Marie Heemskerk

Project Manager

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