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The questions in the test:

History of state and law as a scientific discipline studying:
The ideological orientation of the views of historians Schlozer, Bayer, Miller was that:
The form of public relations of the Slavs in the VII-VIII centuries. It can be defined as:
The form of Kievan Rus was:
Community in Old Russian state called:
What are the main features of a military democracy - forms of social relations:
The system of detention by officials of the local population was called:
The oldest source of law is:
Type of State established under Peter I:
Freedom from compulsory service and the payment of taxes to the government when the nobles received:
As a result of government reforms on the designs of Alexander I, Russia had become:
In the first half of the XIX century. Russian administrative consisted of:
Specify which processes, activities and events characterize the state policy of Alexander I.
Enhanced features of His Imperial Majesty's Chancellery (S.E.I.V. Chancellery).
Zemstvoes function was:
It follows from the reforms of Alexander II wore the most bourgeois character:
The reforms of Ivan IV the middle of the XVI century. They were aimed at:
Russian State system (Moscow) State in the XVI-XVII centuries. It can be described as:
White land in the Russian state in XVI-XVII centuries. They were:
When the king in the XVII century. continued to exist Boyar Duma, which acquire value:
On the origin of Russian absolutism in the second half XVII. It shows:
According to the Judicial Code of 1649 the status of the head of state was defined as:
What are the signs of the absolute monarchy. Give the most complete answer.
The main provisions of the decree of Peter I on primogeniture was as follows:
Supreme Privy Council with broad powers, limiting royal power, was created:
Final Act, consolidating the nobility and fixing his privileged position, became (a):
In accordance with the Charter to the cities granted by Catherine II:
Secularization of church property in Russia carried out (a):
Russia in the second quarter of XVIII century. administrative-territorial divided into:
The activity of the central authorities, in accordance with the ministerial reform of Alexander I, was based on the following principles:
Codification of Russian legislation in the 1830s. implemented:
The supreme legislative, executive and judicial power in the country at the beginning of the XIX century. Attributable to:
The main provisions set forth in the Manifesto of October 17, 1905 - is:
An important innovation of the judicial reform of 1864 are:
The competence of the State Duma at the beginning of the XX century. It included:
Russia at the turn of XIX-XX centuries. ... was a monarchy.
Judicial proceedings in courts-martial in the First World War was carried out:
Russia's first Criminal Code of the Penal Code and non-criminal was adopted in the year ....
Regulations on the provincial and district zemstvos (1864), and city regulations (1870) provided the following rights of citizens:
Regulations on the provincial and district zemstvos (1864), and city regulations (1870) provided the following rights of citizens:
Serfs received his freedom after the abolition of serfdom to the following conditions:
The peculiarity of the February Revolution was to dual power, which meant that at the same time the existence of two sources of power nationwide:
Russia was proclaimed a republic:
Authorities on the ground from March to October 1917 was carried out:

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