Tarptautinis civilinis procesas: samprata ir vieta nacionalines teisės sistemoje.
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The article deals with the problems of nature, concept and place of the international civil procedure in the national legal system. Considering the nature and purpose of the international civil procedure, the author formulates the definitions of the international civil procedure and the law of the international civil procedure. The author states that international civil procedure is the activity of the court, persons participating in a case and other participants of a case while trying and deciding the cases with international (foreign) element and executing the judgements passed in such cases. The law of international civil procedure is the complex (system) of legal norms, which regulate international civil procedure. The author asserts that international civil procedure should be positioned in the legal system on the basis of generally recognized criteria of the law’s division into parts - object and method of the legal regulation. After describing object and method of legal regulation of the international civil procedure, the author concludes that the law of international civil procedure is a part (institute) of the national law of civil procedure. Acknowledging the relation between the international civil procedure and international private law, the same as the relation between substantial and procedural law, author suggest an attitude that "extracting" of the norms of international civil procedure from the system of the norms of civil procedure and attributing them to the international private law could complicate the legal system, which would contradict the aims of clarity and integrity of the legal system.
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