Document search, Basic search, Search for bank accounts - Legal informatics

Document Search

Basic Search

Basic search is the primary means of searching for information in the Guarantor system.

The essence of the basic search is that for its implementation it is sufficient to write in one line any known information about the document or the situation in question. In this case, the documents that most accurately meet the entered query will be found.

The result is presented in the form of a list that does not exceed 60 most relevant documents. If necessary, you can build a complete list of found documents using the link at the end of the source list.

The basic search bar is displayed in the Main menu or the Main window and is a tool consisting of a query input line and information type tabs (Figure 7.8):

• Weight documents;

• Encyclopedia of solutions;

• Acts of government bodies

• Judicial practice;

• Forms of documents;

• Comments;

• and others (in the More tab).

These tabs allow you to limit the scope of your search.

In the main window, the Basic Search panel except for the tabs has a section of the Search Area switch (Figure 7.9), which allows you to refine the search depending on the viewing mode of the search results:

• when viewing the list of documents:

- The position Everywhere - search across the entire information bank

- position In documents - search in the text of list documents;

- position In titles - search in the names of the list documents;

• when viewing the text of a document:

- position Everywhere - search for the entire information bank

- position In document - find the context in an open document.

To determine the search conditions, enter one or more words in the query input line, separated by spaces. In this case, documents will be selected in which all the specified words are simultaneously present.

Base Lookup Panel

Fig. 7.8. Basic Search Bar

View of the Basic search panel in the main window

Fig. 7.9. View of the Basic Search pane in the Main window

Search words can be entered in any of the grammatical forms. The system independently leads each entered word to a normal form and performs a search with all its word forms taken into account.

Words must be entered in their entirety, except for common abbreviations that the system recognizes automatically. For example, if you enter the context accounting (without quotes), then the system itself correctly interprets this abbreviation - as a result, documents containing both the context of "accounting" and "accounting" in all cases will be found.

To find only a given word (without wordforms), at the end of the word, enter the character & gt;. The word must be specified without abbreviations.

To find the exact phrase, as in the case of contextual searches but to requisites, it should be quoted & lt; & gt;.

Example 7.1. Find Federal Law No. 244-FZ of September 28, 2010 on "Skolkovo Innovation Center" .

To do this, perform the following actions (see Figure 7.9).

1. In the search bar, type the text that matches the search term, for example, the "Federal Law on the Skolkovo Innovation Center."

2. Click the left mouse button on the Find button.

3. Find the required document in the list.

Search for requisites

Search by requisites is designed to search for documents by known (or supposed) information about the document.

In this case, the requisites are divided into sections: Contextual search (Words in the title, Words in the text); Basic document requisites (Type, Authority/Source, Section/Topic, Date of adoption, Number); Legal Calendar (Entry into force, Loss of Power, Modification); Registration details in the Ministry of Justice (Registration Date, Registration Number, Registration Status) and Extended Details of the document (Relevance, Status, Search in Inactive Editions, Type of Legal Information, Regulatory Area, Information block). Description of the details of the search is presented in Table. 7.1.

Table 7.1

Description of the details of the request card of the system Guarantor

Name of the document requisite

Description of the props

Contextual search

Words in the title

Words and phrases found in the title of the document

Words in the text

Words and phrases found in the text of the document, including its title, as well as comments of lawyers "Garanta"

Basic requisites for the document


Law, order, instruction, comments, etc.


The name of the legislative body that adopted the required normative act, or the source of publication of consulting materials


In this field the subject of the required document (the position in the classifier of legal information), as well as the branch of law

Admission Date

The exact date or time interval for the adoption of the document by the authority


All or part of the specified document number

Legal Calendar

Entry into force

The effective date of the document is within the specified period

Loss of power

The date on which the document is recognized as invalid enters the specified period

Making changes

The effective date of at least one of the document changes is within the specified period

Requisites of registration in the Ministry of Justice

Registration date

The exact date or the date of the state registration of the document

Registration number

Full or partially specified state registration number of the document

Registration Status

Status of state registration of a normative legal act in the Ministry of Justice of the United States as of the date of the update of the information bank. On the status of registration, the document can be:

• Registered;

• who refused to register;

• Other, i.e. not subject to registration

Extended document details


The significance of the document is determined by the circle of persons whose interests it affects. Significantly, documents can be general and individual.

Common documents are multiple applications relating to a variety of persons falling into a regulated situation. Individuals are non-normative acts relating to specific individuals, events, objects and legal relationships that have a one-time character


Status of the document as of the date of the information bank update. By status, the document can be:

• active;

• Inoperative (invalid or not effective)

Type of legal information

Type of legal information to which the required document belongs (official legal documents, judicial and arbitration practice, forms of documents, etc.)

Regulatory Area

Territorial competence of the body that adopted the required document

Information block

When searching for documents, you can select one or more information blocks that are part of the current package

To search for documents by requisites:

• open the Request Card (Figure 7.10);

• Clear the Request Card (if necessary);

• set search conditions by filling in the fields of the card with the values ​​of search requisites (filling all fields is optional);

• Start searching (by clicking the left mouse button on the Search button or by pressing Ctrl + Enter ).

The result is a list of documents that match the specified search criteria.

Request Card

Fig. 7.10. Request card

Open the Request cards window (see Figure 7.10) in one of the following ways:

• Press the F7 key on the keyboard;

• Select the Search by requisites command from the Search drop-down list on the toolbar;

• Select the Search by requisites command from the Search menu;

• Select the By Account menu item. You can clear the Request Card using the Clear button.

In order to specify the search conditions, you must fill in the Request Card fields. In this case, the values ​​of the requisites can be specified in one of the following ways:

• enter manually;

• choose from the drop-down list;

• choose from a special selection box.

For some details, a logical condition is provided, with which the specified value will participate in the search. The button-icon of the logical condition is placed to the left of the input field. This button icon is used to indicate and toggle the logical condition with which this value is included in the search. Clicking the mouse on the icon, you can cyclically change the condition between the options OR, AND and EXCEPT.

The value of any requisite can be entered manually directly in the request form. With the beginning of the input, a drop-down list appears with the values ​​that match the entered text by the first letters. As the new characters are entered, the list will be reduced. In this case, the system monitors the correctness of the input. The input string is compared with the values ​​of the props from the database as you type. If the next character entered is incorrect, the typed text will turn red.

The desired item from the drop-down list can be selected using the mouse or the arrow keys (up and down arrows). After pressing the Enter key, the selected value will be substituted in the input field.

When you manually open the drop-down list, it displays all the values ​​of the props displayed in the database.

You can include in the search query an arbitrary number of conditions for the same requisite (for example, list several possible types at once).

For this purpose, use the Add new input line button. When the button is pressed, an additional input field appears, located opposite the corresponding props.

To delete additional search terms, use the Delete/Clear input line button.

For most requisites of the Request Card, you can select values ​​from the special Select props values ​​ window (Figure 7.11). Call this window by clicking the left mouse button on the hyperlink - the name of the desired props.

Window Selecting props values

Fig. 7.11. Window Selecting props values ​​

The window is divided into two parts. The upper part (the main window) contains the dictionary of the values ​​of the props. At the bottom of the window (in the additional window) a list of selected values ​​is displayed.

A dictionary is a hierarchical or linear list of values ​​that you can select to search. To select a value, you must set the marker on it with the mouse (by cycling left mouse button on the icon or selecting from the list that appears when you right-click the mouse button) or the toolbar button with the mark icon.

Only logical OR condition can be used for linear list items (for example, for the number proxy). Elements of hierarchical lists can be linked by different logical conditions: AND, EXCEPT, OR (see Figure 7.11).

You can also use the context filter to find the desired value. In the input field of the context filter, located directly above the selection list, you can enter a word combination, a single word or a fragment of a word. In the selection list, only those values ​​whose names contain the specified substring will remain (not necessarily at the beginning). The filter can be turned on and off by pressing the button.

You can uncheck all the checked boxes using the Clear button or the Ctrl + Del keys.


To remove items from the list of selected values, use the Delete shortcut menu command or the Del key. This deletion removes the mark from the corresponding item in the selection dictionary.

Required Values ​​ Accepted Date and Registration Date can be entered either manually (in or via an intuitive electronic calendar (see Figure 7.10). The calendar is called by the button located to the right of the date entry field. In order to specify the exact date, you must enter the same values ​​in both date input fields ( C: and By: ).

If necessary, you can download a new copy of the request card by pressing F7 again. The system automatically remembers the requests that were launched for execution in the current session. To repeat a previously saved query, select it from the History of Queries drop-down list, called by the Query History command from the task bar, the fields of the current card will be instantly filled with the conditions of the selected query.

In addition, queries can be saved in folders. The queries saved in this way can be extracted, edited and executed again not only in the current one, but also in subsequent sessions with the "Guarantor" system.

Example 7.2. Find the Presidential Decree of February 9, 2011 No. 167.

To do this, follow these steps:

1. Clear the Request Card by clicking the Clear button.

2. Clicking the Type button opens the dictionary for this field. Select from the list, by flipping through the list or typing the word, DECREE. Select the right type of document with the right mouse button and click the OK button.

3. At the Accepted set the date the document was accepted.

4. In the Number enter the document number from the keyboard.

5. Check that the request card is filled in correctly (Figure 7.12).

6. Click the Search button. The required document will be found (Figure 7.13).

Window Type Search by Details for Example 7.2

Fig. 7.12. Window type Search by requisites for Example 7.2

Example search result for Example 7.2

Fig. 7.13. Search result for Example 7.2

Example 7.3. Find all decrees and decisions adopted by the US President and the US Government from January 1, 2013

To do this, follow these steps:

1. Clear the Request Card by clicking the Clear button.

2. Fill in the Request Card, as shown in Fig. 7.14.

3. Click the Search button. The required list of documents will be found.

Window Type Search by Details for Example 7.3

Fig. 7.14. Window type Search by account for example 7.3

Example 7.4. Find all the decrees of the President of the United States, in the name of which there are phrases "information security" and information exchange .

To do this, follow these steps:

1. Clear the Request Card by clicking the Clear button.

2. Fill in the Request Card, as shown in Fig. 7.15.

3. Click the Search button. The required list of documents will be found (Figure 7.16).

Window Type Search by Details for Example 7.4

Fig. 7.15. Window type Search by details for example 7.4

Example search result for example 7.4

Fig. 7.16. Search result for Example 7.4

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