Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Procedural Features of Consideration of Cases on Adoption and Cancellation of Adoption of a Child in the Russian Federation
Yury Alexandrovich Svirin, Aleksandr Anatolyevich Mokhov, Vladimir Aleksandrovich Gureev, Eduard Eduardovich Artyukhov and Aleksey Anatolyevich Davydov
Keywords: Adoption, Cancellation of Adoption, The Judicial Procedure of Adoption, Grounds for Cancellation of Adoption
Despite the Dima Yakovlev Law, there are still many children adopted by foreign citizens in Russia. Taking into account the special importance of the issue of the adoption of a child, the Russian legislator has established special procedural rules for the adoption of Russian children and the cancellation of adoption. The presented article has not only scientific but also, more, practical significance, in which the authors analyze the norms of positive law, as well as judicial practice related to the adoption of a child or the cancellation of adoption. The purpose of the study: to analyze not only the norms of positive law governing the relationship of adoption of a child or the cancellation of adoption but also to identify gaps in the legal regulation of this issue. To assess the Dima Yakovlev Law based on the system analysis and the number of children left without parental care. Results: The dynamics of the growth of children left without parental care over the past 9 years, i.e. after the adoption of the Dima Yakovlev Law in Russia has been proved, the problems of legal regulation of adoption of a child in the Russian Federation, including by foreign citizens, have been revealed, the procedural difference between adoption and cancellation of adoption has been shown.
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