You will need
  • - the decision of the court;
  • - data of the persons participating in the case;
  • - The civil code.
Specify in the appeal the following information: name of the arbitration court in which it is filed; the name of the person who submits the appealand all persons participating in the case; the name of the arbitration court, which adopted the contested decision.
Write the case number and date of adoption decision. Also, the appeal must contain the subject of the dispute.
List all requirements that are available to the person filing the complaint and the grounds for which should be appealed the decision. This paragraph should contain references to laws and other normative legal acts.
Please describe in detail the circumstances of the case and the evidence related thereto.
Write a list of the documents attached to the complaint. Can also specify phone numbers, Fax numbers, email addresses, and other data that may be necessary or useful in the handling of your case.
Send a registered letter with a notification to other participants of the case a copy of the appeal with attached documents, which they may be absent. Or hand all the documents to them personally on receipt.
Attach to the appeal the following documents: a copy of the contested decision; receipt of payment of the state fee or the petition is a confirmation of the granting of deferment of payment; the document confirming that others involved in the case, was received a copy of the appeal and supporting documents; power of attorney confirming the right of signature appeal.
Submit the appeal no later than one month after the decision of arbitration court of first instance. If this deadline is missed, you can submit an application for its restoration to the arbitration court of appeal. The decision can be positive, subject to the submission of the application no later than six months from the date of the contested decision and if there is a valid reason for missing the deadline.
Direct appealsigned by the person who filed the complaint, or his official representative, made the decision at first instance arbitration court. This court in turn should pass the document along to the case to the arbitration court of appeal instance not later than three days from the date of its receipt.