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What to do, if the court doesn't agree with your understanding of the law

What to do, if the court doesn't agree with your understanding of the law

In Russia, the courts, as well as authorities, have the right , to interpret the norms , .. Often, officials and judges interpret legal norms without relying on meaning, which the legislator put into the norm. Based on the results of tax audits, taxes may be unreasonably charged, failure to comply with civil obligations may become the reason for a criminal case and further down the list.

In order to be able to defend the necessary position in a dispute, qualified lawyers often turn to state authorities with a request for interpretation of norms and compliance of certain actions with them. It is the clarification of norms by state authorities that can play a decisive role.

We have to note,, that the appeal should be filed exactly to the body , which issued the law, that you are interested in. For example, if you need clarification of the Decree of the RF Government , you shall address your request directly to them.

Our clients often come to us with cases , whoich complexity goes beyond a simple reading of the law, which is why we regularly send various requests, including lawyer requests, to various government agencies. The most common are: Government of the Russian Federation RF STATE DUMA Moscow City Duma Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version), which is why we regularly send various requests, including lawyer requests, to various government agencies. The most common are: Government of the Russian Federation RF STATE DUMA Moscow City Duma Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version), to various government agencies. The most common are: :

  1. Government of the Russian Federation
  2. RF STATE DUMA
  3. Moscow City Duma

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