Тип публикации: статья из журнала
Год издания: 2019
Идентификатор DOI: 10.13187/bg.2019.2.821
Ключевые слова: notarial institution, history of notary, officials, notaries, Ministry of Justice of the Russian Empire, Yenisei province, Yenisei Siberia, russian empire
Аннотация: The article explores the historical information about the Notarial institutions and notaries in the Yenisei province of Eastern Siberian from January 1897 to February 1917. It is argued that Siberian Notarial part of the Ministry of Justice began to operate in the provinces of Eastern Siberia with a 30-year delay. The fundamental law was the “Highest approved temporary rules for the application of judicial acts in the provinces and regions of Siberia” of 1896. This law realized the “Regulation on the Notarial part” of 1866. This was a main regulatory act about the Russian Notary management. The Notary offices were established in five cities of the Yenisei province - the Krasnoyarsk, Minusinsk, Achinsk, Kansk, Yeniseisk. The Senior Notaries of the Krasnoyarsk District Court were 4 people - Nikolai E. Gudima, Alexander I. Kokoshkin, Alexey M. Vetrov; Leo P. Terek. The City Notaries were 11 people - Mikhail K. Kotenev, Nikolay A. Stavrovsky, Joseph A. Itsin, Alexander A. Romanovsky; Victor-Stefan D. Petrozhitsky, Alexey M. Treskov, Ivan O. Romanovsky, Yakov P. Polyashov, Alexey A. Yakovlev, Dmitry S. Dobrovolsky, Mikhail A. Stavrovsky. This article explored data about their biographies, which firstly presented in History. Siberian Notaries were former local judicial officials. They had many years of experience in a Siberian Court or Russian Notarial part in the provinces of Central Russia. Access to notarial activities was provided by professional education, noble origin and the chairman’s protection of the Krasnoyarsk Regional Court or Senior Notary. Prestige of work in Notarial part was determined profitability professional activities. However, Senior Notaries and City Notaries of the Yenisei province was characterized by impeccability and the absence of significant official misconduct over the entire 20-year period their work. The customer’s cases complaints explanted the socio-economic conditions in the Yenisei province. There were a rapid population growth and a number of civil legal acts increased in the Eastern Siberia at the beginning XX century.
Журнал: Былые годы. Российский исторический журнал
Выпуск журнала: Т. 2, № 52
Номера страниц: 821-829
ISSN журнала: 20739745
Место издания: Сочи
Издатель: федеральное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение высшего образования "Сочинский государственный университет"
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