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Intricacies of jurisdiction or malicious mechanism of change of court

               Some institutions of procedural law can cause difficulties even for the most experienced lawyers. One of these topics is jurisdiction. Recently, the editorial board of "Pravo.ru" compiled a guide to this issue (see "Lawyers disclose secrets: 10 rules of jurisdiction"). And the new material presents a review of the most common mistakes in the jurisdiction: reasons for their appearance and what consequences they bring for the participants of a case – read in our publication.

"For whom should we work if not for our countrymen" - Nikolay Boyko, the chairman of the Telmanovo District Court

The Telmanovo District Court celebrated its anniversary in March. In the spring of 1967, a people's court was established in the village of Granitnoye in the Telmanovo district of the Donetsk region of the Ukrainian SSR. After Telmanovo received the status of a settlement of urban type in 1971, in 1972 the court moved there.

Head of the DPR Alexander Zakharchenko participated in a meeting dedicated to the 74th anniversary of the liberation of Donbass

            A solemn meeting dedicated to the 74th anniversary of the liberation of Donbass from the Nazi invaders and the 50th anniversary of the foundation of Saur-Mogila took place at this memorial complextoday, on September 7, according to a correspondent of the DPR official website.

Alexander Bykadorov: the Civil Code bill of the DPR is more progressive than the Civil Code of Ukraine

Alexander Bykadorov the deputy of the People's Council of the DPR, the chairman of the Committee on Civil and Arbitration Legislation in an interview to the official website of the Donetsk People's Republic correspondent compared the Civil Code bill of the DPR with the Civil Code of Ukraine.

Psychological peculiarities of the personality structure of judges affecting on their professional activity

The present article describes the essence and structure of the theoretical concept of personality, both in general psychology and in legal psychology, its analysis, assessment of the real state, content and essence, general requirements and characteristics.