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Monday - Friday: 9 -00 to 18-00
Lunch break from 13-00 to 14-00
Weekends: Saturday, Sunday
Time for documents acceptance from citizens:
Monday - Friday: from 9-00 to 18-00
Lunch break from 13-00 to 14-00
Phone reception court: (42141) 9-20-53
- MGTS code: 8 (42141) Fax: 9 -12-02, 9-20-53
- Reception 9-20-53
- Administrator 9-12-02
- Office 9-12-02
Composition of the court
- Pak Oleg Vladimirovich - chairman of the court
- Dzhereleiko Nikolay Nikolaevich - judge
- O Valery Dyarenovich - court administrator
- Khamitov Ruslan Fadisovich - assistant to the chairman of the court
- chief specialist in informatization (vacant position)
- Tsoi Tatiana Vroneslavovna - secretary of the court session
- Dzhereleiko Olga Vitalievna - secretary of the court session
- Kim Irina Aleksandrovna - leading specialist
- Borovtsova Ekaterina Alexandrovna - court secretary
- Putintseva Alexandra Sergeevna - senior specialist of the 1st category
Court address: 682480, Khabarovsk Territory, Okhotsk region, Okhotsk, st. Lenina, d. 16 (3rd floor)
Time difference between Okhotsk and Moscow: +7 hours Moscow time
Courtroom equipped with a videoconferencing system: office # 51
IP address of the private videoconferencing network Polycom Real Presence Group 310: 10. 27. 66. 50
IP phone and fax number in the courtroom equipped with a video conferencing system:
Persons responsible for the technical support of the videoconferencing:
Chief Information Officer - Novoselov Vyacheslav Viktorovich
tel. 8 (42141) 91902
during the absence of the chief specialist - the court administrator O Valery Dyarenovich
tel. 8 (42141) 91202
The secretaries of the court session responsible for organizing the videoconferencing:
Anna Vladimirovna Kononova, tel. 8 (42141) 92053
Tsoi Tatiana Vroneslavovna, tel. 8 (42141) 91190
Dzhereleiko Olga Vitalievna, tel. 8 (42141) 92547
Relations with mass media:
Khamitov Ruslan Fadisovich, tel. 9-20-53
Maintenance of the site:
Novosyolov Vyacheslav Viktorovich, tel. 9-19-02
Time limits and procedure for appealing against judicial acts, their entry into legal force
New procedure for appealing against judicial acts of the first instance
On January 1, 2012, amendments to the Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation came into force, which establish a new procedure for appealing against court decisions of the courts of first instance.
According to the new procedure for appealing against decisions of the court of first instance (justices of the peace, district courts), which have not entered into legal force, are subject to appeal on appeal.
The right of appeal belongs to the parties and other persons involved in the case. The right to bring the appeal submission belongs to the prosecutor participating in the case.
An appeal may also be filed by persons who were not involved in the case and the question of whose rights and obligations was resolved by the court. Procedure and deadline for filing appeals (private) complaints
An appeal is filed through the court that made the decision. The deadline for filing is one month from the date of the final court decision.
Private complaints can be filed against the rulings of the first instance court. The deadline for filing is fifteen days from the date of the ruling by the court of first instance. Peculiarities of the consideration of the case by the court of appeal
The court of the appeal instance re-examines the case in the court session according to the rules of procedure in the court of first instance, taking into account the specifics provided for in Chapter 39 Of the Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation.
Cases in courts of appeal, with the exception of district courts, are considered collectively.
Appeals by the district court are considered by the judge alone.
In the court of appeal, the rules on joining and separating several claims, on changing the subject or basis of the claim, on changing the amount of claims, on filing a counterclaim, on replacing an inappropriate defendant, on engaging in the case of third parties.
The court of appeal shall consider the case within the limits of the arguments set forth in the appeal, presentation and objections to the complaint, presentation.
The appellate court evaluates the evidence in the case.
Additional evidence is accepted by the court of appeal if the person participating in the case has substantiated the impossibility of submitting it to the court of first instance for reasons beyond his control, and the court recognizes these reasons as valid.
New claims, which were not the subject of consideration in the court of first instance, are not accepted or considered by the court of appeal.
District and regional courts consider the case received on appeal within a period not exceeding two months from the date of its receipt by the court of appeal.
Judicial decisions that have entered into legal force, with the exception of judicial decisions of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, will be considered on cassation from February 1, 2012.
Complaints and representations of the prosecutor filed before January 01, 2012 are subject to referral with cases to a higher court in accordance with the rules of the relevant chapter of the Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation in the wording in effect before the entry into force of the above Law.
Complaints (submissions) in cases considered before January 01, 2012, filed after that date, are to be sent to the court of the appropriate instance in accordance with the rules provided for by the Code of Civil Procedure of the Russian Federation as amended by Federal Law No. 353- dated December 09, 2010 FZ.