The concept of "justice" in the legislation of Russia and France, implementation features

Vera Borshcheniuk, Nina Semeryanova, Uliana Filatova, Valeriy Zhabskiy, V. Murgul, D. Rudoy
2019 E3S Web of Conferences  
The relevance of the study is determined by the prevailing variety of approaches to understanding the essence of the concept of "justice", which is characteristic of both Russia and France. Such variability leads to a persistent distortion of this concept in practice of law enforcement, which, in turn, affects the effectiveness of administration of justice. The aim of the authors is to study scientific theoretical views and practical issues associated with the implementation of the principle of
more » ... of the principle of justice in two states. In the work we used following methods: dialectics, analysis, synthesis, deduction, as well as the formal legal and comparative legal method.Based on the analysis of the doctrine, legislation and judicial practice of two states, Russia and France, the following conclusions are drawn. At present, "justice" is understood as a universal notion, which is not limited only by coverage of regulatory norms of the law, but is actively applied by judicial practice. The use of this concept allows the court to make fair decisions depending on specific circumstances of the case, thereby achieving a balance of interests of participants in the process by interpreting and clarifying the law, and in some cases by creating a new rule of law that allows the courts to ensure the effective implementation of the principle of justice. However, in order to avoid variability in understanding this notion, it is proposed to fix the concept of "justice" in the civil procedure code, this will reduce the percentage of judicial conflicts and will contribute to formation of a uniform judicial practice.
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/201913504006 fatcat:zp2udvce7vgtvl2mwsq6ztjko4