Sudebnik of 1550

Sudebnik of 1550

Sudebnik of tsar Ivan IV ( _ru. Судебник), a revised code of laws instituted by his grandfather Ivan the Great. This code can be considered as the result of the first Russian parliament of the feudal Estates type (Zemsky Sobor) of 1549.

The Sudebnik of 1550 liquidated judicial privileges of the aristocracy and strengthened the role of the system of the judicial bodies of the state.

The Sudebnik provided the active participation of the elective representatives of local communities (rural heads, jurymen, "tselovalniki","dvorskie" etc) in the legal proceedings.

According to the Sudebnik the arrest of suspected person could be made at the consent of the local community only. The representative of a community ("dyak") participated in judicial office-work.

According to the Sudebnik the town and rural communities had rights of the self-management and the distribution of taxes.

Also the Sudebnik confirmed the right of peasants to leave their feudal lords. The law precisely defined the peasant had the right to leave the landowner after the payment of two fixed fees ("break-away" fee called "pozhiloye" and the transportation fee called "povoz").

Sources

* The encyclopedia Brockhaus and Efron, Moscow, 1993

* Беляев И.Д. Крестьяне на Руси. Исследование о постепенном изменении значения крестьян в русском обществе. М. 1891 Типография Общества распространения полезных книг


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