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Title: Study on the application of Council Regulation (EC) No 1348/2000 on the service of judicial and extra judicial documents
in civil or commercial matters
Table of Contents
1. Acknowledgements
2. Executive summary
3. The project
4. Study overview
4.1 Speed of transmission and service
4.2 Transmitting and receiving agencies
4.3 Central body
4.4 Forms
4.5 Informing addressee of right to refuse to accept a document
4.6 Date of service
4.7 Cost of service
4.8 Service by post
4.9 Direct service
5 Methodology
5.1 Methodology
5.2 Survey form
6 The results
6.1 Speed of transmission and service (Articles 4 and 7)
6.2 Transmitting and receiving agencies (Article 2)
6.3 Central body (Article 3)
6.4 Forms (Articles 4,6,7,8,10, Annexe)
6.5 Informing addressee of right to refuse to accept a document (Article 8)
6.6 Date of service (Article 9)
6.7 Cost of service (Article 11)
6.8 Service by post (Article 14)
6.9 Direct service (Article 15)
6.10 General narrative comments
6.11 Sensitivity analysis
7 Statistical data concerning the transmisssion and service of documents
7.1 Methodology
7.2 Survey form
7.3 The results
8 Referencies
Annex 1: List of E-mailaddresses used in the survey
Annex 2: Full set of literal narrative comments received
Author (Corp. Body): mainstrat
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: servicedocumentCommercial Lawcivil law
Subject: European Community law in generalCivil law in generalCommercial law. Economic law
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on the requirements specific to children travelling alone or accompanied, legally entering or leaving the member
states/associated countries : HOME/2010/EBFX/PR/1001 ; Final report
Table of Contents
Executive summary
1. Introduction
1.1 Objectives and scope of the study
1.2 The political and legislative framework
1.3 Short description of the research method applied
1.4 Contents of the report
2. Synthesis of key differences in legislation
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Issuing of travel documents
2.3 Border control-phase
2.4 Alert scenarios
2.5 Information provided to travellers
2.6 Conclusions on the legal requirements
3. Analysis of the application of requirements in practice in eight Member States/associated countries
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Travel documents and visas
3.3 Border control phase
3.4 Alert scenarios
3.5 Travel information
4. Main findings from the stakeholder interviews at the EU and international level
4.1 Findings with respect to child protection
4.2 Stakeholders’ views on the one person-one passport principle
5. Conclusions
5.1 Conclusions concerning child protection
5.2 Conclusions concerning the one person-one passport principle
6. Recommendations
6.1 Harmonised requirements
6.2 Harmonised practices
6.3 Other possible measures
ANNEX Annex A Bibliography
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Rambøll Management, Kopenhagen | EurAsylum
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Inneres
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: HOME/2010/EBFX/PR/1001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: documentEUchildlegal usagetravel
Subject: European Community law in generalGoods. Passengers
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on the service of documents : Comparative legal analysis of the relevant laws and practices of the Member States ;
Final report
Abstract
This study provides a comparative overview of how domestic service of judical and extra-judical documents is effected in all EU MSs. Areas covered span a broad range of questeions including: the identification of relevant actors (e.g.. initiator, executor and addressee of service), the analysis of available methods of service (personal, substituted, by post, through electonic channels, constructive), difficulties in finding the addressee, default of appearance and default judgments, remedies and cure of defective service. The study also includes some questions of cross-border or transnational service. The goal is to identify the areas in which the systems of service of the MSs converge or diverge, to identify where divergence may affect cross-border service of documents and to provide recommendations and suggestions in view of possible uniform answers for the European judical space.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1. Abstract and executive summary
1.1 Abstract
1.2 Summary
1.2.1 Background and general findings
1.2.2 Recommendations
2. The project
2.1 Sources of information and data
2.2 The questionnaire and supporting infrastructure
2.3 Targets and dissemination
2.4 Collection of answers and coverage
2.5 Country summary
3. Comparative analysis
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Which types of documents are to be served and on which occasions
3.2.1 Definition of "documents instituting proceedings"
3.2.2 Service of judgements
3.2.3 Service and enforcement proceedings
3.2.4 Service of extra-judical documents
3.3 Who requests service to be performed [the initiator)
3.4 By whom service is performed (the executor]
3.5 Who is to be served
3.5.1 Service on legal persons
3.5.2 Lawyers and authorised representatives
3.5.3. Foreign person or company
3.5.4 Servide to minors, incapacitated addressees; service on deceased persons
3.5.5 Service on multiple addressees
3.6. Available methods of service of documents - General comments
3.6.1 Available, effective and preferred methods of service
3.6.2 Special methods
3.6.3 Possibility to agree on methods or places of service
3.6.4 Certification/written record of delivery
3.6.5 What is delivered to the addressee
3.6.6 Hierachy between methods of service
3.6.7 Confidentiality
3.7 Personal service and substituted service - Place of service
3.7.1 Personal service
3.7.2 Place of service
3.7.2.1 Service on natural persons
3.7.2.2 Service on legal persons
3.7.3 Substituted Service
3.7.3.1 Service on substituting recipient
3.7.3.2 Other ways substituting personal service
3.7.3.3 General remarks on the substituted service methods
| 3.7.4 Service when the address is correct but nobody is persent to accept it
3.8 Service by post
3.8.1 Providers, rules, envelopes, forms
3.8.2 Duty to search, addressee absent, deemed service
3.8.3 Certificate of service and effectiveness
3.9 Service through electronic channels
3.9.1 E-service through specific digital platforms
3.9.1.1 Austria
3.9.1.2 Czech Republic
3.9.1.3 Denmark
3.9.1.4 Estonia
3.9.1.5 France
3.9.1.6 Germany
3.9.1.7 Italy
3.9.1.8 Lithuania
3.9.1.9 the Netherlands
3.9.1.10 Poland
3.9.1.11 Portugal
3.9.1.12 Spain
3.9.2 E-service through ordinary e-mails
3.9.3 Future possible use of digital technology for service
3.9.4 Interoperability, diversity and geographical limitations
3.10 Address or whereabouts unknown
3.10.1 Who searches of investigates for the address
3.10.2 Whereabouts of the address unknown
3.11 Refusal to accept service and legal consequences
3.11.1 Justified refusal
3.11.2 Unjustified refusal
3.12 Constructive ("fictitious" od "notional") service
3.13 Default of the addressee and default judgements
3.13.1 Austria
3.13.2 Belgium
3.13.3 Bulgaria
3.13.4 Croatia
3.13.5 Cyprus
3.13.6 Czech Republic
3.13.7 Denmark
3.13.8 Estonia
3.13.9 Finland
3.13.10 France
3.13.11 Germany
3.13.12 Greece
3.13.13 Hungary
3.13.14 Ireland
3.13.15 Italy
3.13.16 Latvia
3.13.17 Lithuania
3.13.18 Luxembourg
3.13.19 Malta
3.13.20 The Netherlands
3.13.21 Poland
3.13.22 Portugal
3.13.23 Romania
3.13.24 Slovakia
3.13.25 Slovenia
3.13.26 Spain
3.13.27 Sweden
3.13.28 Scotland
3.13.29 England
3.14. Remedies against "defective" service of documents
3.15 Validity of service and cure of defective service
3.16 Frauds during service and sanctions
| 3.17 Costs of service
3.17.1 Average costs
3.17.2 Predictability
3.17.3 Who is charged with paying the costs of service
3.18 Time
3.18.1 Average duration and predictability
3.18.2 At what time service is deemed performed
3.18.3 On what date service is deemed performed
3.18.4 Lis pendens
3.18.5 Delays
3.19 Transnational service
3.19.1 Existence of domestic provisions implementing the Service Regulation
3.19.2 Direct service by foreign executors
3.19.3 Knowledge of EU rules on service of documents, language and other issues experienced
3.19.4 Translations and certifications
3.20 Service on states
4. Conclusions
4.1 Recommendations and suggestions
4.2 Conclusive remarks
5. List of annexes
6.Acknowledgements
Author: Simoni, Alessandro | Pailli, Giacomo
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Verbraucher | Universita? degli Studi di Firenze | DMI | Uppsala universitet
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: No JUST/2014/JCOO/PR/CIVI/0049
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: servicedocumente-mailEUEuropean Lawpostal servicelegal usagejurisdiction
judgment or sentence
Subject: European Community law in generalAudiovisual industry. Post and telecommunications
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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