The right to consult the case materials possessed by the persons participating in the case: the parties (plaintiffs, defendants), third parties, Prosecutor, the applicants in special proceedings and in cases arising from public relations, etc. to Implement the right to be informed you can at any time before the court in the consultative room for decision-making in the case. Sometimes the judge specifically suspend the hearing in order to give the opportunity to get acquainted with the case.
To get this opportunity to declare the petition of the same name. Clear requirements for the form and content is not, so to make it quite simple. In the upper right corner, specify the name of the court, name of judge, case number, names of the parties. Next, write the title of the document - "the Petition for acquaintance with material things." Below, in the text of the petition, specify the following: "pursuant to article 35 of the Russian Federation code of civil procedure (or article 41 of the APC), asking the court to allow me to get acquainted with the materials of the case". More below and sign and date.
The petition hand in the office of the court (a copy with a mark about acceptance Express yourself) or assistant referee. The document can be sent by mail, but it will take more time. Most likely, you will immediately know when you will be suitable for review, or asked to leave the phone and contact you. As a rule, the case materials are introduced in the intervals between meetings.
Familiarization occurs in the presence of a court clerk or assistant referee. You can do extracts, to make copies of any materials in the case. To use have technique of the court, to bring the materials outside of the building won't allow it.
The familiarization with the case materials in court is not clearly limited, but it will have to interrupt if, for example, over the working day of the judiciary. Some courts have established special days of the week or hours during the working time allocated to familiarisation process with the case.
To review and don't forget to bring your passport and a power of attorney, if you do not act on their behalf.