First Phase of Judicial Legal Reform Completed

YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–The National Assembly discussed and adopted on Tuesday the first–second and third parts of the Armenian Civil Law–the laws "on compulsory execution of judicial acts,"on the service to ensure mandatory execution of judicial acts,"on courts-mediators and mediatory legal proceedings."

As reported by Artur Baghdasarian–chairman of the parliamentary standing Committee for State-Legal Issues–with the adoption of these important laws "the first phase of judicial-legal reforms is over." He noted that the parliament and authors of the bills did not consider these laws to be perfect and hoped that they may be furtherly improved and amended.

Speaking of the Civil Law–head of the parliament legal service–Doctor of Juridical Science Vladimir Nazarian said–"This law is called to form a legislative field of a civilized market–normal property turnover and become the basic law of the republic’s economic life." According to Nazarian–with the adoption of the Civil Law–the republic establishes principles of private right is based on complete protection of producers’ economic freedom–safety of property–freedom of agreement–equality of all participants in the commodity turnover–their rights and freedoms.


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