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2013 | 5(2) | 97-106

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Special Features of the Extra-Procedural Interaction of the Courts with Each Other and with Auxiliary Body in the Judicial System of Ukraine


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Effective administration of justice in Ukraine, to a certain extent depends both on procedural cooperation, and the extraprocedural interaction of courts with each other and with subsidiary bodies in the judicial system of Ukraine. Extra-procedural interaction of courts has special legal and administrative nature and therefore requires an appropriate level and methods of legal regulation. The aim is to analyze the legal and administrative principles of interaction with each other and of the courtswith the subsidiary bodies in the judicial system of Ukraine, the definition of its main features, the nature and significance, as well as substantiation of the priorities for improving the legal framework of cooperation between courts. Novelty contained in the identified patterns and conceptual generalizations in legal regulation of cooperation between courts in Ukraine. Administrative interaction of the courts formed in the plane of the internal organization, management and extra-procedural activities of courts. It aims to create the appropriate conditions of functioning of all parts of the judicial system of Ukraine and other parties on cooperation with the courts. Legal framework of administrative cooperation between courts is represented by numerous regulations, various in legal force, approval time, the method of regulation and industry classification. This leads to inconsistency, various approaches and degrees of legal settlement of the same order relations on the interaction of courts, indicates the absence of a single well-established model of such relations and a holistic understanding of their nature.





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