Legal Representation in Courts of General Jurisdiction

BRACE Law Firm provides legal services for representation in courts of general jurisdiction.

Litigation and Dispute resolution

The field of litigation and dispute resolution requires experience as well as deep knowledge of the current procedural law. This is especially important in a period of significant changes in the judicial system and the current procedural legislation. If you want to be sure that the procedure for the consideration of the case is fully observed, and you want to increase the chances of a favorable decision, it is recommended to use the services of professional lawyers and attorneys who can assist at all stages of the trial.

Jurisdiction of disputes to a court of general jurisdiction

The most common judicial institutions are the courts of general jurisdiction, and in each district of the city there is a district court, as well as sections of the magistrates' courts. Courts of general jurisdiction are called upon to protect the rights of citizens in resolving disputes that arise between them and individuals and legal entities.

The courts of general jurisdiction deal with disputes in criminal and civil cases, as well as disputes over administrative offenses.

Types of disputes in courts of general jurisdiction

  1. Criminal proceedings
  2. Civil cases
  3. Administrative matters
  4. Courts of general jurisdiction

    A claim or other pre-trial dispute resolution procedure is mandatory in cases provided for by law or an agreement (paragraph 7 of article 132 of the Code of Civil Procedure of the Russian Federation, part 3 of article 4 of the RF CAS). In case of non-observance of the claim (pre-trial) procedure, the statement of claim is subject to return by the court (clause 1, part 1, article 135 of the Code of Civil Procedure of the Russian Federation, clause 1, part 1, article 129 of the CAS RF), and if accepted for proceedings, left without consideration (clause 1 part 1 article 222 Code of Civil Procedure of the Russian Federation, paragraph 1 part 1 article 196 CAS RF).

    As a general rule, civil cases are considered in the following terms:

    1. for a magistrate – no more than 1 month from the date of acceptance of the application for proceedings;
    2. in district courts – no more than 2 months from the date of submission of the application;
    3. questions about the recovery of alimony and reinstatement at work - no more than 1 month;
    4. for certain issues, laws may set shorter deadlines.
    5. Nevertheless, it’s necessary to keep in mind that the courts do not always strictly observe the deadlines established by law, taking into account the complexity of the case, the duration of receiving answers to court requests, conducting expert examinations, and so on. Thus, the terms of consideration of the case largely depend on the workload of a particular court and the complexity of the case under consideration.

      If any of the parties does not agree with the decision of the court, then she is given the opportunity to appeal it. The term for filing an appeal is 1 month from the date of production of the court decision in full. However, such period may be extended, taking into account the period of receipt by the party of this judgment. It is important to note that the appeal itself must be filed through the court that issued the appealed decision. This judicial body independently sends an appeal to the court, whose competence includes its consideration.

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Preliminary analysis and
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Conclusion of legal services agreement
Preparation of the claim
(if a claim procedure is
Preparation of documents for the court and performing other procedural actions
Representation in the court

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