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6.4. Information Technology in Enforcement Proceedings

Track: 6. Litigation and Arbitration Practice


The right of an interested person for a fair court proceedings implies not only effective remedies within the legal system of the respective state but also effective procedures for judicial acts enforcements. Otherwise, the right to court proceedings is only declarative.

However, in view of growing burden on judges and court bailiffs on the background of limited labor and financial resources, to ensure efficient work by this group of government officials, it is necessary to implement some instruments providing for: 1) prompt interaction between government authorities, 2) reduced periods for interested persons notification of the measures applicable to them, 3) openness and transparency of any applicable procedures for civil community and legal entities , 4) reduction of competent authorities’ expenses. All the above tasks can be solved through application of state-of-the-art information technologies.

Session will include the following subjects:
  1. IT application upon consideration of administrative cases and enforcement of judicial acts thereon;
  2. Electronic documents exchange with parties to enforcement proceedings and/or court proceedings;
  3. Interdepartmental electronic communications between court and court bailiffs on actions submission for enforcement;
  4. Interdepartmental electronic communications with government authorities and entities on debtors’ property status tests;
  5. Payment of debts against enforcement proceedings through state-of-the-art payment procedures.


Vladimir Gureev

Head of the Department of Civil Procedure and Bailiff Service Organization, All-Russian State University of Justice (RLA of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation)


Dmitry Aristov

Director, Federal Bailiff Service – Chief Bailiff of the Russian Federation

Dmitry Kovalenko

Chief Bailiff of the Republic of Belarus

Adrianus Uitdehaag

Judicial Officer of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, First Secretary, UIHJ International Union of Judicial Officers

Tatyana Petrova

Deputy Chairman, Supreme Court of the Russian Federation – Chairman, Judicial Board on Administrative Cases

Janek Pool

Chairman of the Board, Chamber of Bayliffs and Trustees in Bankruptcy of Estonia

Vladimir Yarkov

Head of the Civil Procedure Department, Ural State Law University

*This schedule may be subject to change