The difference between newly discovered and new circumstances in the judicial review process

Keywords: civil proceedings, judicial decision, new circumstances, newly discovered circumstances.

Abstract

The purpose of the article is to compare new and newly discovered circumstances, which are taken into account by the court when reviewing judicial decisions. The subject of the study is newly discovered circumstances and new circumstances. Research methodology. The following methods are used in the course of the research: normative and dogmatic method, historical method, the method of analyses, logical method, legal and comparative method, method of summarization. Research results. The process of the establishment of the institution of review of court decisions is revealed. The concept of newly discovered circumstances and their place in the system of civil proceedings are considered. The view of the Supreme Court on the interpretation of newly discovered and new circumstances is analyzed. Comparative description of new and newly discovered circumstances is provided. Practical meaning. The differences between new and newly discovered circumstances in the process of reviewing court decisions are identified. Value / originality. The concept of new circumstances in civil proceedings is provided. It is stressed on the necessity for further study of new circumstances and the incorporation of such a list in existing legislation.

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Author Biographies

Svitlana Bychkova, Doctor of Law, Professor.

Doctor of Law, Professor.

Tetiana Fedosieieva, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine.

PhD in Law, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Department of Private Law of National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine.

Bohdan Kyrdan, National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

PhD in Law, Associate Professor of the Department of Civil Law Disciplines of the National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

Anton Chubenko, Legal Support Office for Central Administration of the Asset Recovery and Management Agency, Ukraine.

Doctor of Law, Professor, Head of Legal Support Office for Central Administration of the Asset Recovery and Management Agency, Ukraine.

Serhii Sabluk, Scientific Institute of Public Law, Ukraine.

PhD in Law, Chief Scientific Officer of the Scientific Institute of Public Law, Ukraine.

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Published
2022-04-20
How to Cite
Bychkova, S., Fedosieieva, T., Kyrdan, B., Chubenko, A., & Sabluk, S. (2022). The difference between newly discovered and new circumstances in the judicial review process. Amazonia Investiga, 11(51), 225-231. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2022.51.03.22
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