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Civil Code of the Russian Federation


ISBN13: 9780854902057
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780854900589
Published: July 2016
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £125.00



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The Civil Code of the Russian Federation extensively amended and improved in recent times, has been labelled the “economic constitution” of the transition from a socialist to a market-oriented economy and is the key document for any foreign investor or legal practitioner concerned with Russian law.

The present text contains Parts One, Two, Three and Four of the Civil Code as ammended. The translation is based on the official text published in the official gazette Collected Legislation of the Russian Federation

Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , Wildy, Simmonds and Hill, Russian Federation, Asia
Contents:
PART ONE

SECTION I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
SUBSECTION 1. BASIC PROVISIONS;
Chapter 1. Civil Legislation
Chapter 2. Origin of Civil Rights and Duties, and Effectuation and Defense of Civil Rights;
SUBSECTION 2. PERSONS
Chapter 3. Citizens (Natural Persons);
Chapter 4. Juridical Persons
Chapter 5. Participation of the Russian Federation, Subjects of the Russian Federation, and Municipal Formations in Relations Regulated by Civil Legislation;
SUBSECTION 3. OBJECTS OF CIVIL RIGHTS
Chapter 6. General Provisions
Chapter 7. Securities
Chapter 8. Nonmaterial Benefits and the Defense Thereof;
SUBSECTION 4. TRANSACTIONS. DECISIONS OF MEETINGS. REPRESENTATION;
Chapter 9. Transactions
Chapter 91. Decisions of Meetings
Chapter 10. Representation. Power of Attorney
SUBSECTION 5. PERIODS. LIMITATIONS
Chapter 11. Calculation of Periods
Chapter 12. Limitations
SECTION II. RIGHT OF OWNERSHIP AND OTHER RIGHTS TO THING;
Chapter 13. General Provisions
Chapter 14. Acquisition of Right of Ownership;
Chapter 15. Termination of Right of Ownership
Chapter 16. Common Ownership
Chapter 17. Right of Ownership and Other Rights to Thing in Land
Chapter 18. Right of Ownership and Other Rights to Thing in Dwelling Premises;
Chapter 19. Right of Economic Jurisdiction, Right of Operative Management
Chapter 20. Defense of Right of Ownership and Other Rights to Thing;
SECTION III. GENERAL PART OF THE LAW OF OBLIGATIONS;
SUBSECTION 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS ON OBLIGATIONS
Chapter 21. Concept of Obligation
Chapter 22. Performance of Obligations;
Chapter 23. Securing Performance of Obligations;
Chapter 24. Change of Persons in Obligation
Chapter 25. Responsibility for Violation of Obligations;
Chapter 26. Termination of Obligations
SUBSECTION 2. GENERAL PROVISIONS ON CONTRACT
Chapter 27. Concept and Conditions of Contract
Chapter 28. Conclusion of Contract
Chapter 29. Change and Dissolution of Contract

PART TWO
SECTION IV. INDIVIDUAL TYPES OF OBLIGATION
Chapter 30. Purchase-Sale
Chapter 31. Barter
Chapter 32. Gift
Chapter 33. Rent and Maintenance of Dependent for Life
Chapter 34. Lease
Chapter 35. Rental of Dwelling Premise
Chapter 36. Uncompensated Use
Chapter 37. Independent Work
Chapter 38. Fulfillment of Scientific-Research, Experimental-Construction Design, and Technological Work
Chapter 39. Compensated Rendering of Services
Chapter 40. Carriage
Chapter 41. Transport Expediting
Chapter 42. Loan and Credit
Chapter 43. Financing Under Assignment of Monetary Demand
Chapter 44. Bank Deposit
Chapter 45. Bank Account
Chapter 46. Settlement of Accounts
Chapter 47. Keeping
Chapter 48. Insurance
Chapter 49. Commission
Chapter 50. Actions in Another’s Interest Without Commission
Chapter 51. Commission Agency
Chapter 52. Agency
Chapter 53. Trust Management of Property
Chapter 54. Commercial Concession
Chapter 55. Simple Partnership
Chapter 56. Public Promise of Reward
Chapter 57. Public Competition
Chapter 58. Conducting Games and Betting
Chapter 59. Obligations as Consequence of Causing Harm
Chapter 60. Obligations as Consequence of Unfounded Enrichment

PART THREE
SECTION V. INHERITANCE LAW
Chapter 61. General Provisions on Inheritance
Chapter 62. Inheriting by Will
Chapter 63. Inheriting by Operation of Law
Chapter 64. Acquisition of Inheritance
Chapter 65. Inheriting of Individual Types of Property
SECTION VI. INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE LAW
Chapter 66. General Provisions
Chapter 67. Law Subject to Application When Determining Legal Status of Persons
Chapter 68. Law Subject to Application to Property and Personal Nonproperty Relations

PART FOUR

SECTION VII. RIGHTS TO RESULTS OF INTELLECTUAL ACTIVITY AND MEANS OF INDIVIDUALIZATION
Chapter 69. General Provisions
Chapter 70. Author’s Right
Chapter 71. Rights Neighboring with Author’s
Chapter 72. Patent Law Chapter 73. Right to Selection Achievement
Chapter 74. Right to Topologies of Integral Microcircuits
Chapter 75. Right to Secret of Production (Know-How)
Chapter 76. Rights to Means of Individualization of Juridical Persons, Goods, Work, Services, and Enterprises
Chapter 77. Right of Use of Results of Intellectual Activity Within Unified Technology