321 LEGISLATIVE SURVEY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION: SEPTEMBER-DECEMBER 1993' Introduction The Legislative Survey of the Russian Federation hopes to assist our readers in keeping abreast of the most important legislative output of the Russian Federation. The materials contained in this issue of the Legislative Survey have been selected from legislation adopted in the period 1 September to 31 1 December 1993. We have brought the different laws, decrees and others normative enactments issued in this period under a detailed system of headings, so that the various legal documents relate to each other in a meaningful way. Starting from the previous issue, our readers will also find in the Survey most important documents of the Supreme Arbitration Court of the Russian Federation. Unlike arbitration courts in western countries, Russian arbitration courts, which should rather be called commercial courts, exercise compulsory jurisdiction over all disputes between economic actors, including individual entrepreneurs and state agencies. Although traditional legal doctrine does not treat judicial decisions and findings as a source of law, their practical regulatory impact is most important. In certain instances, the opinion of the Supreme Arbitration Court may even prevail over formal sources of law which are often vague or
Review of Central and East European Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1994
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