On the Issue of International Private Law in the Russian Federation at the Present Stage

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Student of the RUDN University

International private law in the Russian Federation has arisen not so long ago, but has already undergone many changes. Some of them were borrowed from other states, and some changes were made thanks to judicial practice. This article presents the Russian international private law that has undergone changes in 2013. It also discusses general and special rules relating to the status of the individual, the form of the transaction, the provisions on the representation of individuals and legal entities, the provisions on property, the statute of limitations and the provisions on contractual obligations. It emphasizes the effectiveness of the application of new norms of private international law, in which judicial practice and international standards are reflected.

applicable law, choice of law, statute, form of transaction, public policy, practice, Russia, Russian Federation.

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