Issue on “Small” and Indisputable Cases in Russian Courts
Nowadays the growth of courts’ caseload is usual for most jurisdictions. However, post-socialist countries have extremely high rates of caseload. Authors prove that main reason of such caseload is more ineffectiveness of legal system and court organization as well as unjustified access to justice. This article focuses on the indisputable and small cases in Russian courts. The court system is overloaded as a result of necessity to engage in non-targeted activities. Thus, the judicial system is largely idle to the detriment of its primary purpose.