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Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation Recognizes the Right of Arbitral Tribunals to Hear Real Property Disputes
17 November 2011
The Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation issued Ruling No. 10-P after testing the constitutionality of a number of Russian law provisions relating to consideration by arbitral tribunals of civil law disputes in respect of real property, including those pertaining to levy of execution on mortgaged property.
The Ruling is significant because it was the first time that the Constitutional Court had examined the constitutionality of a number of key legislative provisions relating to arbitral tribunals in the form of a ruling and spoken out at length on the legal nature of arbitration, as well as ways of ensuring compliance with constitutional guarantees when referring a dispute to arbitration.
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