You have basically two months in a Kazakh court proceeding
As I have been preparing for a presentation at the Pravo-300 online conference tomorrow (on online judiciary), I came across very interesting statistics on Kazakh courts as at the end of 2019.
The statistics published by the Supreme Court of Kazakhstan shows the following:
On top of this one should bear in mind that it is not easy to reverse the judgment of the first instance court in appeal.
Based on this data it is very clear how important it is to act quickly in a Kazakh court proceeding, to have all of the evidence and witnesses upfront, to not delay with submissions and create the right impression right from the start and not hope to change the dynamics later in the proceeding.
This data shows how difficult it is to be a respondent and how advantageous it is to be a claimant, as time is very short.