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In modern conditions, the majority of citizens, faced with the circumstances in which they need qualified legal assistance from legal practitioners (lawyers). Provision of qualified legal aid should be regulated and executed in accordance with the law, properly paid. Thus, every citizen must know how to regulated, process, and pay qualified legal assistance. This article discusses the basic aspects of design relations person who applied for legal aid and legal practitioner (lawyer), as well as pay for it. First of all, the person who has applied for legal aid should be aware that such assistance be regulated by law in the first place, namely, Articles 420-425, 779-783 of the Civil Code, Art. 25 FZ "On Advocacy and Advocacy in Russian Federation "from 31.05.2002 63-FZ (for agreements with attorneys), and second terms of the agreement on legal assistance.

Terms of legal aid, the procedure for payment is confirmed and expressed in the agreement on legal aid – when referring to a lawyer and the contract of compensated rendering of services – by recourse to a lawyer who does not have the status of a lawyer. According to the agreement on legal assistance attorney undertakes on behalf of his client to provide legal assistance to the principal or the principal specified person, and the principal agrees to pay for this legal assistance. Parties to the contract for legal assistance are: trustee – a person who has applied for legal aid and entered into an agreement in person or by proxy, attorney – a qualified lawyer, having the status of a lawyer. In some cases, a party to the contract may be not a lawyer, and legal practices, in which it operates. In particular, when applying to a law firm, in accordance with Part 5, Art. 23 FZ "On Advocacy and Advocacy in the Russian Federation "from 31.05.2002 63-FZ of the treaty on legal assistance with a client is a lawyer on behalf of all the lawyers office on the basis of warrants issued by them.

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