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To the question on procedural status of financial commissioner on the consumer rights in the area of financial services in hearing cases involving insurance claims according to third-party liability coverage
Abstract.This theoretical research analyzes the questions pertaining to determination of the procedural status of financial commissioner on the consumer rights in the area of financial services in hearing cases involving insurance claims according to third-party liability coverage. Analysis is conducted on the norms of Federal Law of June 4, 2018 No. 123 FZ “On the Commissioner for the Rights of Consumers of Financial Services” in the part concerning the procedural mechanism of involvement of financial commissioner in court cases on insurance claims according to third-party liability coverage. The research is performed in light of the comparative legal analysis of the volume of procedural rights and responsibilities on the case parties and financial ombudsman, whose assistance may be required in the course of court hearing. The author analyzes the possibility of involving financial ombudsman to participate in cases under various procedural statuses. Special attention is paid to the substantiation of the conclusion, formulated on the results of the conducted research, on the absence of sufficient legal grounds for procedural involvement of a financial ombudsman in insurance court cases.
Keywords: insurer, policyholder, CTR contract, insurance disputes, consumer in the financial market, consumer protection, financial attorney, financial ombudsman, judicial protection, pre-trial procedure
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