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European Enforcement Order and notaries

The fact were the following. Mr Zulfikarpašić, a lawyer, concluded an assistance and representation contract with Mr Gajer, his client, who failed to settle the invoice issued.  Mr Zulfikarpašić brought an application for enforcement before a notary against Mr Gajer, on the basis of that invoice, which was classified as an ‘authentic document’ under the local Law on Enforcement. The notary issued a writ of execution based on that document which became ... [Read All]

The fact were the following. Pula Parking, a company owned by the town of Pula (Croatia), carries out, pursuant to a decision of the mayor of that town, the administration, supervision, maintenance an...
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The European Commission released on 24 March 2017 a press statement on the 1st year of the European ODR platform. According to it, in this “first year, over 24 000 consumer complaints were lodge...
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The House of Commons (Justice Committee) published on 22 March its report on Implications of Brexit for the justice system (Ninth Report of Session 2016–17). It focus notably on Civil Justice. ...
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