Children in criminal judicial proceedings - comparative information on general system indicators
Here you can find comparative information on general system indicatorsfor all the EU28 Member States on the basis of information collected from national and international databases. The...
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Information concerning jurisdiction issues in cross-border cases
It may happen that both parties to a dispute initiate court proceedings on the same matter in different Member States. European Union (EU) law determines which courts of which Member...
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Information on judicial systems in Member States – ordinary courts
Ordinary courts are the core of the judicial systems in the Member States. They deal with a major part of judicial proceedings. Their scope of jurisdiction varies considerably. You can...
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Information on Member States Law
Each Member State of the European Union (EU) has its own law and legal system. Member State (MS) law can comprise both law at the national level (or national law, which is valid anywhere...
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Information on Member States' rules on law of evidence
Taking of evidence. If you initiate legal proceedings, it is usually crucial to present evidence to the court in order to prove your claim. Taking of evidence in civil proceedings is not...
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Judicial systems in Member States – Specialised courts
In several Member States there are specialised courts, which deal with specific matters. Often such courts deal with disputes concerning administrative issues or in some cases with...
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