Search using the Search Card in the Judicial Practice section...

Search using the Search Card in the Judicial Practice section

The section search card Judicial practice (Figure 6.26) consists of the following named fields:

& Topic; is a single thematic classifier based on the classifier of legal acts approved by Presidential Decree No. 511 of March 15, 2000;

Document Type - names of document types (definition, resolution, etc.);

Adopted body - the names (full and abbreviated) of the bodies that accepted the documents;

Date - specific dates and the date range for accepting documents;

Number - official document numbers;

Court of First Instance - list of names of courts of first instance;

View of the Lookup Card of the Judicial Practice Section

Fig. 6.26. View of the Lookup Card of the Litigation Practice section

Supervision - the outcome of the review of cases by way of supervision;

Document name - words found in document names;

Document text - words and combinations of words that are combined with different logical conditions found in document texts;

When received - date and date range for entering documents into the database;

Document Folders is a hierarchical list of all document folders created by the user.

Example 6.11. Find all US Supreme Court decisions on the provision of information.

To do this, you need to do the following:

1. Go to Trial practice.

2. Clear the Search Card, for example, by clicking the Clear Card button

3. Click the left mouse button to invoke the dictionary of the Subject field.

4. To quickly find the desired categories in the field for setting words for search, enter the search fragment PROVISION OF INFORMATION. From the rubricator are automatically selected rubrics with given fragments. Select the heading Providing information. Information Services by clicking the OK button.

5. In the Document Type field set value DECISION & quot ;.

6. In the Accepted set the value of the "Supreme Court of the United States".

7. After verifying that the fields in the Search Box are correct (Figure 6.27), click the Build List of Documents button

View of the Search Card for Example 6.11

Fig. 6.27. View of the Search Card for Example 6.11

Search using the Search Card in the section International legal acts

The section International legal acts consists of the information bank International Law , which includes multilateral and bilateral international treaties of the United States, documents of international organizations, ratification documents.

The International Legal section search chart (Figure 6.28) consists of the following named fields:

Subject Classifier is a hierarchical classifier developed by international law experts;

Document Type - names of document types (contract, convention, resolution, etc.);

Authority - the names (full and abbreviated) of the bodies that accepted the documents;

Date - specific dates and the date range for accepting documents;

Number - official document numbers;

Document name - words found in document names;

Document text - names of parties to international treaties;

Look of the Lookup Card of the International Legal Acts section

Fig. 6.28. Type of the Lookup Card of the International Legal Acts section

Contracting Parties - words and combinations of words that are combined by different logical conditions found in the texts of documents;

Document Type - in the ConsultantPlus four types of international documents are defined: unilateral documents adopted within the CIS; multilateral documents adopted within the framework of the CIS; other unilateral documents; other multilateral documents;

When received - date and date range for entering documents into the database;

Document Folders is a hierarchical list of all document folders created by the user.

Example 6.12. Find all bilateral agreements between Russia and Ukraine.

To do this, do the following:

1. Go to International legal acts.

2. Clear the Search Card, for example, by clicking the Clear Card button.

3. Click the left mouse button to invoke the dictionary of the "Document type" field. Select the value of the BILATERAL DOCUMENT (LPG) from the dictionary by clicking the OK button.

4. At the Document Type set the value of "CONTRACT".

5. In the Contracting Parties field, set values ​​ RUSSIA and UKRAINE & quot ;, linking them with the logical condition AND . Click the OK button.

6. After checking the correctness of filling in the fields in the search card (Figure 6.29), click the Build document list.

View of the Search Card for Example 6.12

Fig. 6.29. View of the Search Card for Example 6.12

The information bank International Law contains texts of documents in foreign languages ​​(English, French, etc.).

A special pointer appears in the title of the document, the text of which is in the system in several languages. Using this pointer, you can by the field Document name organize the search for texts in foreign languages ​​(Figure 6.30).

View of the list of documents in the section International legal acts

Fig. 6.30. Kind of the list of documents in the section International legal acts

Example 6.13. Find in the information array all international conventions for which there are texts in English.

To do this, you need to do the following:

1. Go to International legal acts.

2. Clear the Search Card, for example, by clicking the Clear Card button

3. In the Document Type field set CONSTRUCTION value .

4. In the Title set value ENG and click the Find button.

5. After checking the correctness of filling in the fields in the search card (Figure 6.31), click the Build document list.

View of the Search Card for Example 6.13

Fig. 6.31. View of the Search Card for Example 6.13

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