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IV MOSCOW LEGAL FORUM: CIVIL AND FAMILY LAW SECTIONS REVIEW.

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I.   Introduction
II.  Basic points of sections
III. Conclusion


I. INTRODUCTION

On 6 and 7 of April, 2017 Family and Civil Law Sections have taken place as part of the Moscow Legal Forum at the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Moscow.

The subject of Family Law Section are legal and economic functions of Russian family, Civil Law Section is devoted to obligation law reform in relation to economic development.

Economic function of family is determined by property family relations. New legal and doctrine approaches have generated new debating points in modern Family Law. These points have been main issues of Family Law Section.

Obligation law reform involved new concepts in Obligation and Contract Law of Russian Federation, such as creditors' agreement, indemnities, option contract, consideration, agreement with open terms, framework contract. These concepts have created a new role for courts, because nowadays the court has to estimate some conditions and facts of the litigation aimed to apply the modern rules of Obligation and Contract Law. Acts of Supreme Court of Russian Federation, as an example, about contract liability (24 March, 2016, 7) and performance of obligations (22 November, 2016, 54) give new approaches to civil law appliance in the light of economic development.

II. BASIC POINTS OF SECTIONS

Chair of Civil Law is providing the both sections of Moscow Legal Forum. Family Law Section has two moderators, S. Muratova (PhD, MSAL) and O. Duzheva (LL.D, MSU). Civil Law Section has three moderators--E. Bogdanova (acting Chairholder of Civil Law Chair, MSAL), V. Dolinskaya (Professor, MSAL) and V. Slesarev (Professor, MSAL).

As the introduction to the sections moderators demonstrated their main issues and its time-limit.

Basic problems of Family Law Section are:

* Traditions and new ways of alimentary relationship regulation, by T. Shershen' (PhD, PGNIU).

* Recovery of support in legal process, by N. Vasilenko (PhD, MSAL).

* Economic function of family and property rights of married couple, by A. Lyovushkin (Professor, VGUI).

* Legal regime of family property in light of the Baltic experience, by A. Rabec (Professor, RGSU).

* Housing rights of members of services families, by E. Knyazeva (PhD, MPI).

* Protection of family confidentiality, by A. Eliseeva (PhD, MSAL). Basic points of Civil Law Section are:

* Essential trends of contract liability regulation development, by E. Bogdanova (acting Chairholder of Civil Law Chair, MSAL).

* Legal nature of penalty, by V. Slesarev (Professor, MSAL).

* Principle of justness in contract relations, by I. Mihailova (Professor, RGAIP).

* Civil constraint in Obligation Law, by O. Kuznecova (Professor, PGU).

* Prospects for further development of obligation relationships in Russian Federation, by O. Ruzakova (Professor, the State Duma of Russian Federation).

* Foreign legal construction in Russian Obligation Law, by K. Arslanov (Chairholder of Civil Law Chair, KFU).

* Socialization of Obligation Law as a trend of its development, by E. Bogdanov (Professor, REU).

* Differentiation of providing information services legal regulation, by M. Maleina (Professor, MSAL).

* New types of material loses in Civil Law, by A. Dobrovinskaya (DSc, VGUU).

* Cooperation of obligation and corporate relations in light of private law reform and economic development, by V. Dolinskaya (Professor, MSAL).

* Practical problems of penalty recovery, by O. Erahtina (PhD, VShE).

* Special aspects of liability in security obligations, by O. Grin' (PhD, MSAL).

* Secondary rights in modern Obligation Law, by V. Karnushin (PhD, VGUU).

* Relativity of contract obligation in Civil Law Reform, by I. Saharova (PhD, DGTU).

* Special aspects of framework contract (contract with open terms), by E. Poduzova (PhD, MSAL).

* Problems of essence definition, by B. Bulaevskii (PhD, MSAL).

* Creditors' equity in matter of bankruptcy, by E. Suvorov (PhD, MSAL).

At the end of sections' work moderators summarized problems and points presented and thanked all the participants for presentation and engagement in discussion.

III. CONCLUSION

Family and Obligation Law Reform and new legal trends offered new ways of development to civil science and practice . Some basic aspects of these ways are demonstrated in this review of IV Moscow Legal Forum in light of Civil And Family Law Sections.

We hope that new legal, doctrinal and practice trends will eventually become a new foundation of Russian legislation and economic development.

Ekaterina B. Poduzova (a, 1)

(a) Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Moscow, Russia ekaterinak7785@yandex.ru

DOI10.17803/2313-5395.2017.2.8.566-569

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Title Annotation:THE BEST OF THE IV MOSCOW LEGAL FORUM AND THE VII ST. PETERSBURG LEGAL FORUM
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Date:Oct 1, 2017
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