Judicial appeal procedure regulations commissioners Supervisory authorities provided Civil and Arbitration procedural codes of the Russian Federation, so the first step is to determine the jurisdiction. So if the requirement for entrepreneurial or other economic activities of the person against whom it was made, and is inherently non-normative legal act, the statement on its appeal should be sent to Arbitration. If the requirement applies, for example, specific officials, the actions of which revealed violations of the law, challenged it can be by appeal to the court of General jurisdiction.
As a rule, a prescription shall be made on the results of the inspection and contains information about specific violations of law and activities that need to be taken to address them. As practice shows, the courts look differently at the question of the possibility of challenging the regulations. Some refuse to consider such statements, justifying his position by the fact that the order is non-normative legal act does not contain authority-administrative commands and prohibitions and in General is informative. Others (and their position seems more correct) regard the order as authority-administrative act issued by the authorized bodies within their legal powers to monitor the implementation of any activity.
The application challenging the regulations must meet the General requirements for claims filed with arbitration courts and courts of General jurisdiction. The required details include the direction of the court, the name of the applicant and the authority or person who issued the contested order.
To name the document, for example: "Application for annulment of regulations no. ... dated... issued... (identify state Agency)". The text of the statement in addition to their arguments clearly state your rights and legitimate interests that are violated by the contested order. Be sure to make reference to the laws and other normative legal acts, which does not meet the requirement. Also in the text of the statement can include an application for the suspension of regulations.
Attached to the application documents, usually submitted with claims (receipt for payment of state duty, power of attorney etc.), as well as the text of the challenged provisions.