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TYPES, WAYS OF THE RECEPTION AND IMPORTANCE OF JUDICIAL EVIDENCE IN COURT PROCEEDINGS ON CUSTOMARY LAW OF THE DON COSSACKS IN SECOND HALF OF THE XXth CENTURY

Krasnov Sergey Yurjevich

Candidate of Juridical Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Civil and International Private Law, Volgograd State University


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Abstract. In the given article the author develops the concrete historic reconstruction of types, ways of the reception and importance of judicial evidence in the activity of regular court (including courts of Cossack villages), that functioned in the region of the Don Cossacks Forces in the second half of the 20th century. The author in detail considers all the types of judicial evidence applicable in practical regular court, and reveals the particularities of each type of the fact of evidence. The involvement of
extensive factual materials, including the introduction of not previously published archive data into scientific investigation before, as well as their detailed analysis, which allowed the author of the article to come to the conclusion that according to the customary law of the Don Cossacks in the second half of the 20th judicial facts of evidence were of considerable importance, but by no means always the defining importance for justice of the case.

Key words: customary law, Don Cossacks, court proceedings, types of judicial evidence, history of the law of Russia.

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