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European Rules of Civil Procedure

Gebonden Engels 2021 9780198866589
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This volume was developed as part of a cooperative project of the European Law Institute (ELI) and the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT), dealing with civil procedure law. The long-term project began in February 2014 and ended in February 2020 concluding in an ELI-UNIDROIT Instrument. This volume consists of the ELI-UNIDROIT Instrument on the European Rules of Civil Procedure, which features Rules and accompanying comments.

It takes into account the diverse traditions in Europe concerning civil procedure law and aims to find a common thread in them. Therefore, it not only considers the similarities but also the differences in order to gain a solution that does not favour one legal system but combines aspects of all legal systems

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ISBN13:9780198866589
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Aantal pagina's:368
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:24-8-2021
Hoofdrubriek:Juridisch
ISSN:
Jongbloed:Europees recht

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Over European Law Institute

The ELI is committed to the principles of comprehensiveness and collaborative working, thus striving to bridge the oft-perceived gap between the different legal cultures, between public and private law, as well as between scholarship and practice. To further that commitment, it seeks to involve a diverse range of personalities, reflecting the richness of the legal traditions, legal disciplines, and vocational frameworks found throughout Europe. The ELI is also open to the use of different methodological approaches and to canvassing insights and perspectives from as wide an audience as possible of those who share its vision.

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Over UNIDROIT

The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) is an independent intergovernmental Organisation with its seat in the Villa Aldobrandini in Rome. Its purpose is to study needs and methods for modernising, harmonising and co-ordinating private and in particular commercial law as between States and groups of States and to formulate uniform law instruments, principles and rules to achieve those objectives.

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Inhoudsopgave

Introduction

I.:PROJECT HISTORY
II.:ARCHITECTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROJECT
III.:PROJECT METHODOLOGY
IV.:MODEL RULES RATHER THAN A COMPLETE CODE
V.:COHERENCE AND CONSISTENCY OF TERMINOLOGY
VI:GENERAL REMARKS ON THE SCOPE OF THE MODEL EUROPEAN RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
VII:THE ACQUIS COMMUNAUTAIRE AND THE RULES
VIII.:MODERN COMMUNICATION AND RECORDING, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE RULES
MODEL EUROPEAN RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

PART I - GENERAL PROVISIONS
SECTION 1 - Scope
SECTION 2 - Principles
A. Co-operation
B. Proportionality
C. Settlement
D. Right to be heard
E. Representation and assistance
F. Oral, written and public Proceedings
G. Languages, interpretation and translation
SECTION 3 - Proceedings
A. Commencement, termination, Concentration and scope
B. Facts, evidence and applicable law
C. Sanctions for non-compliance and relief from sanctions

PART II - PARTIES
SECTION 1 - General Part
SECTION 2 - Special Part
A. Multiple Parties
B. Substitution and Succession of Parties
SECTION 3 - Cross border issues

PART III - CASE MANAGEMENT

PART IV - COMMENCEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
SECTION 1 - Pre-commencement procedural duties
SECTION 2 - Commencement and pleadings
A. Statement of claim
B. Joint application for party agreed proceedings

PART V -PROCEEDINGS PREPARATORY TO A FINAL HEARING

PART VI - SERVICE AND DUE NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS
SECTION 1 - General part - Service, Due Notice and the Right
to be Heard
SECTION 2 - Responsibility for and methods of service
A. General Provisions
B. Methods of Service
SECTION 3 - Cross border issues
A. In the European Union
B. Outside the European Union

PART VII - ACCESS TO INFORMATION AND EVIDENCE
SECTION 1 - General part
A. General Provisions on Evidence
B. Management of Evidence
C. Presentation and Evaluation of Evidence
SECTION 2 - Access to evidence orders
SECTION 3 - Types of evidence
A. Documents
B. Testimonial Evidence
C. Examination of Parties
D. Expert Evidence
E. Judicial Inspection
SECTION 4 - Cross-border issues
A. In the European Union
B. Outside the European Union

PART VIII - JUDGMENT, RES JUDICATA AND LIS PENDENS
SECTION 1 - General Part
SECTION 2 - Special Part
A. Default Judgment
B. Judicial Settlements
SECTION 3 - Effects of Pendency and Judgments
A. Lis pendens and related actions
B. Res judicata

PART IX - MEANS OF REVIEW
SECTION1- General Part
SECTION 2 - Appeals
SECTION 3 - First Appeals
SECTION 4 - Second Appeals
SECTION 5 -Review of procedural error and miscellaneous appeals
SECTION 6 - Extraordinary Recourse
PART X - PROVISIONAL AND PROTECTIVE MEASURES
SECTION 1 - General part
SECTION 2 - Special part
A. Asset Preservation
B. Regulatory Measures
C. Evidence Preservation
D. Interim Payment
SECTION 3 - Cross border issues

PART XI - COLLECTIVE PROCEEDINGS
SECTION 1 -Collective Interest Injunctions
SECTION 2 - Collective Proceedings
A. General Part
B. Admissibility of Collective Proceedings
C. Case Management of Collective Proceedings
D. Settlements in Commenced Collective Proceedings
E. Judgments in Collective Proceedings
F. Collective Settlements outside Collective Proceedings
SECTION 3 - Cross Border Issues
Within the European Union
SECTION 4 - Costs, Expenses and Funding

PART XII - COSTS

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