Through three resolutions adopted in 2018 and 2021, the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation «revived» the indexation institution of funds collected by a court decision, recognizing Articles 208 of the Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation and Articles 183 of the Arbitration Procedure Code of the Russian Federation as inconsistent with the Constitution of the Russian Federation. The author of the study shows that the reproaches of the body of constitutional justice against the articles of procedural codes are unfounded. Indexation is an institution of substantive, not procedural law, and the application of the rules of procedural law without taking into account the results of the creditor's application of substantive legal methods of protection entails unjust enrichment and is unacceptable. «Money collected by the court» is a generic concept, their indexation without taking into account the economic content of these funds and the legal nature of the requirements, as a result of which they were awarded, is impossible.
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