71% Penza region Arbitration Court requests satisfied at first instance
Penza, 25 February 2016. PenzaNews. 71% of claims submitted to the Penza region Arbitration Court in 2015 have been satisfied at first instance, announced the Arbitration Court chairman Konstantin Druz during the session held on Thursday, February 25.
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According to him, 10,065 claims were satisfied, compared to 76% in 2014 and 72% in 2013.
“In 2015, the Arbitration Court of the first instance reviewed a total of 14,180 cases, compared to 14,173 cases in 2014. That means it is practically at the level of two years ago, and 48% more than in 2013, when a total of 9,515 cases had been reviewed on the merits,” Konstantin Druz said.
Moreover, as the regional Arbitration Court chairman clarified, 7,872 case, or 55% of the total number, were reviewed using a simplified procedure, compared to 52% in 2014 and 45% in 2013.
“In 1,083 cases, we transitioned from a simplified to a general procedure in accordance with the Arbitration Procedure Code. There were no cases that required participation of an Arbitration Court assessor or an intermediary over the aforementioned period,” he noted.
As Konstantin Druz added, a total of 2,902 cases reviewed over the past year, or 20% of the total, have been stopped, and 387 of them (13%) were related to an out-of-court settlement between the parties.
“Over the past year, the Penza region Arbitration Court reviewed 212 cases that involved prosecutors. There were 166 such cases in 2014. Majority of the cases were related to voiding deals and holding various parties administratively liable. Moreover, we reviewed over the past year 705 cases related to the federal law ‘On Contract Systems In The Sphere Of Procurement Of Goods, Works And Services For Provisioning Governmental And Municipal Needs.’ 78% of such cases resulted in guilty statements, as the court found 522 such claims reasonable,” said the court chairman.
As of 31 December 2015, he stated, 111 cases have been adjourned, and 2,671 cases have been in the process of the Arbitration Court, 117 of them suspended.