KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, 2017, том 2, № 4
KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, 2017, том 2, № 4
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KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW : научно-практический журнал. - Москва : Деловой стиль, 2017. - Т. 2, № 4. - 76 с. - ISSN 2541-8823. - Текст : электронный. - URL: https://znanium.com/catalog/product/1705389 (дата обращения: 17.06.2021)
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KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW Volume 2, Winter 2017, Number 4 Journal President: Ildar Tarkhanov (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Journal Editor-in-Chief: Damir Valeev (Kazan Federal University, Russia) International Editorial Council: Sima Avramovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia) Susan W. Brenner (University of Dayton School of Law, USA) William E. Butler (Pennsylvania State University, USA) Michele Caianiello (University of Bologna, Italy) Peter C.H. Chan (City University of Hong Kong, China) Hisashi Harata (University of Tokyo, Japan) Tomasz Giaro (University of Warsaw, Poland) Haluk Kabaalioglu (Yeditepe University, Turkey) Gong Pixiang (Nanjing Normal University, China) William E. Pomeranz (Kennan Institute, USA) Ezra Rosser (American University Washington College of Law, USA) George Rutherglen (University of Virginia, USA) Franz Jurgen Sacker (Free University of Berlin, Germany) Paul Schoukens (KU Leuven, Belgium) Carlos Henrique Soares (Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais, Brazil) Jean-Marc Thouvenin (Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defense University, France) Russian Editorial Board: Aslan Abashidze (Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Russia) Adel Abdullin (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Lilia Bakulina (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Igor Bartsits (The Russian Presidental Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russia) Ruslan Garipov (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Vladimir Gureev (Russian State University of Justice (RLA Russian Justice Ministry), Russia) Pavel Krasheninnikov (State Duma of the Russian Federation, Russia) Valery Lazarev (The Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation, Russia) Ilsur Metshin (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Anatoly Naumov (Academy of the Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation, Russia) Zavdat Safin (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Evgeniy Vavilin (Saratov State Academy of Law, Russia)
KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW Volume 2, Winter 2017, Number 4 Journal executive secretaries: Marat Zagidullin (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Jaroslaw Turlukowski (University of Warsaw, Poland) Editor of English texts: Natalia Samoilova (the University of St. Andrews, Scotland) Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief: Elena Bazilevskikh (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Journal team: Rustem Davletgildeev, Ruslan Sitdikov, Ivan Korolev, Maxim Voronin, Marat Shamsutdinov, Ramil Gayfutdinov, Ivan Novikov, Iskander Asatullin, Durmishkhan Afkhazava, Nikita Makolkin, Murat Kamarov, Kamilla Khabipova, Alina Astafyeva, Anastasiia Bychkova, Olga Anisova, Tatiana Shishkina, Suyumbika Nigmatullina, Iuliia Ustkachkintseva. «KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW» (registered by The Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Communications in Russia on 17 November 2016 (certificate number PI № FS 77-67763 (ПИ № ФС 77-67763)) Publication: four issues per year (one issue per quarter) Editorial office: room 326, 18 Kremlyovskaya St., KAZAN, 420008 Russia ISSN 2541-8823 The reprint of materials of the journal “Kazan University Law Review” is allowed only with the consent of the Publisher. Link to the source publication is obligatory. The Publisher or the Editor’s office does not render information and consultations and does not enter into correspondence. Manuscripts can not be returned. The Founder and the Publisher are not responsible for the content of advertisements and announcements. Opinions expressed in the contributions are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official view of the organizations they are affiliated with or this publication.
KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW ■ Volume 2, Winter 2017, Number 4 Dear Readers, I would like to present for your attention the fourth regular issue of the Kazan University Law Review, final in 2017. This issue of the journal, which is now lying in front of you, presents articles on topical problems of theory and practice of Russian and foreign law. The opening article is written by our great teacher, Professor Boris Zheleznov, one of the authors of the Constitution of the Republic of Tatarstan, an outstanding scholar and lecturer of the University of Kazan (Russia). In his article, Professor Zheleznov elaborates on the history of formation of the modern status of republics in the 1990s in Russia. It is very valuable that this material is presented in the first person, from the point of view of the direct participant in the modern constitutional process taking into account the author’s own memories as well as the archival documents. The next article written by our colleague, a remarkable graduate of the University of Kazan and now the pro-rector and professor of Saratov State Law Academy, Evgeny Vavilin (Russia) is devoted to the fundamental question of the principles of civil law. It is very important that the article analyzes the content and functional purpose, the role of the main principles of civil legislation, identifies the problems associated with their non-compliance in the process of legalization and enforcement. Comparing the system of civil law principles of Russia and China, the author reveals the uniqueness of the two legal orders and the general developmental tendencies, analyzes the most urgent problems related to both the imperfection of the system of principles and the lack of a mechanism for their implementation in civil law relations. Of international nature are the science of notarial law and contiguous with it the civil procedural doctrine, which are very extensively presented in the article of the assistant professor of the University of Kazan Marat Zagidullin (Russia). In the Russian legal reality, the system of control over the activities of notaries and the institution of their responsibility has undergone significant changes in recent years. These changes are generally of positive nature and among others include the following: the Code of Professional Ethics for Notaries in the Russian Federation was approved, a multi-level system for reimbursing property damages and liability insurance, increased insurance amounts, increased criminal liability, etc. At the same time, there is a presumably large number of latent offenses by notaries performing inexpensive or insignificant notarial acts that is a consequence of the ineffectiveness of traditional means of control and
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