On 15 December, 2017, the Law of Ukraine No. 2147-VIII of 3October, 2017 ‘On Amendments to the Commercial Procedural Code of Ukraine, the Civil Procedural Code of Ukraine, the Code of Administrative Legal Proceedings of Ukraine and Other Legislative Acts’ (hereinafter referred to as Law No. 2147-VIII) came into force. In accordance with part one of Article 2 of the Civil Procedural Code of Ukraine, the task of civil proceedings is fair, impartial and timely consideration and resolution of civil cases for the purpose of effective protection of violated, unrecognized or disputed rights, freedoms or interests of individuals, the rights and interests of legal entities, as well as interests of a state.
In this paper we underlined the current legislation as well as analysed new court practice. Some of reflections to conclude were made at the end of this report.
Shvetsova Larisa (Kyiv, Ukraine) – Member of the High Council of Justice, Judge
of the Court of Appeal of the Kharkiv oblast, Ukraine (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Сonsideration and resolution of civil cases; effective protection of rights; small cases; simplified
How to cite it?
L Shvetsova, 'Practical Value of the Institute of Insignificant Cases in the Light of Changes to the CPC of Ukraine' (2019) No 1 (2) Access to Justice in Eastern Europe