RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW on the establishment of the Grozny garrison military court and abolition of the Norilsk garrison military court passed by the State Duma September 20, 2002 year approved by the Federation Council September 25, 2002 year Article 1. In accordance with article 17 of the Federal Constitutional law "on the judicial system of the Russian Federation and article 1 of the Federal Constitutional law" on military courts of the Russian Federation: 1. Create the Grozny garrison military court.
2. to establish that the Grozny garrison military court jurisdiction shall extend to the territory, where military garrisons, troops, military formations and organs, in which federal law prescribes military service stationed in the Chechen Republic.
3. Abolish the Norilsk garrison military court. Pass under the jurisdiction of the military court of the garrison of the Krasnoyarsk administration of matters related to the conduct of the Norilsk garrison military court.
4. The Judicial Department at the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation to implement the organizational and staffing arrangements for the establishment of the Grozny garrison military court within the prescribed establishment strength of military judges, as well as for the Elimination of the Norilsk garrison military court.
5. The Government of the Russian Federation to ensure the activities of the newly established Grozny garrison military court to be financed from the federal budget within the limits of funds allocated to the courts of general jurisdiction.
Article 2. This federal law shall enter into force on the expiry of 10 days after the day of its official publication.
The President of the Russian Federation v. Putin Kremlin, Moscow October 8, 2002 N 121-FZ