Since the beginning of the year, 4,645 cases have been considered in the Arbitration Court of the North Caucasus District. This was announced at a meeting on the results of work over the past six months with the Chairman of the Court Vladimir Zakharov.
As noted at the meeting, the announced figure is 10% less than the figure for the same period last year. According to experts, the pandemic could not but affect the statistics – it affected other aspects as well. In the first half of the year, 5,595 cassation complaints were received, that is, 12% lower than last year’s mark. It is known that the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation in the first half of the year overturned 14 judicial acts in 14 cases.
The Arbitration Court of the North Caucasus is one of the district arbitration courts with the highest workload per month per judge. Over the past six months, most of the tasks fell on the judges of the first trial panel. This is the consideration of disputes on the application of tax, customs and budgetary legislation, the collection of payments and sanctions from citizens, challenging non-normative legal acts, and more. The judges of this composition had about 36 cases per month.
The largest number of cases, namely 1,632, were considered in the Arbitration Court of the Krasnodar Territory. The second place was taken by the Arbitration Court of the Rostov Region with the result of 1,075 cases, and the third place was taken by the Arbitration Court of the Stavropol Region. They managed to do 591 cases.