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Групповые (коллективные) иски в гражданском судопроизводстве России и Бразилии: сравнительно-правовое исследование

Шайхутдинова А. И.

At the present stage, there is an obvious necessity of protection the rights and legitimate interests of a group of individuals. Such institutions facilitate access to justice, streamline the judicial procedure and provide an opportunity to effectively protect their violated rights to a large number of individuals affected by the actions of a single defendant. At the same time, Russian legislation has not yet found an optimal and effective model for the institute of class action. The implementation of this institute into the Commercial Procedural Code of the Russian Federation did not ensure their wide practical applicability: for example, in the first half of 2018 only 18 lawsuits were filed to protect the rights of a group of individuals. At the same time, the development of a draft law on the introduction of the institute of class actions and in a civil process continues. These circumstances provoke interest in foreign experience, in particular, the experience of states in which the institute of class action works effectively. Within the framework of this article, it is proposed to consider a mechanism for protecting collective interests in Brazil, which has been successfully operating for a long time. The article systematizes the constant problems of collective claims in Russia, summarizes the experience of Brazilian legal regulation, and compares theoretical approaches to collective claims in Russia and Brazil In conclusion, proposals are made on possible ways to improve Russian legislation regarding the regulation of class actions, including through the use of certain elements of the Brazilian legal regulation.