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ENABLE
Welcome to the website of the project “ENABLE - Enabling dematerialised access to information and assets for judicial enforcement of claims in the EU”.

Welcome to the website of the project “ENABLE - Enabling dematerialised access to information and assets for judicial enforcement of claims in the EU”.

The project aims to explore e-justice solutions for dematerialized exchanges and pragmatic conditions for secure access to and exchange of information for enforcement in the EU MS.

It focuses on the identification, documentation and removal of existing barriers for e-justice solutions for dematerialized access to information and enforcement performed by judicial officers and the identification of feasible solutions for overcoming them.

In a European area of e-justice, where goods and judicial decisions are valid, serviced and enforced across member states, and where legal security plays a major role, the speed and efficiency of enforcement of legal decisions, and thus the role of judicial officers as the party responsible for dematerialized exchanges in the legal and extra-judicial field, is critical.

The purpose of the site is the serve as a resource for practitioners and anyone interested to explore e-justice solutions. It will be updated throughout the project with relevant news and material.

Background information

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The e-Justice strategy was an important step forward for the European area of Justice.

Innovative Aspects

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The project want to contribute a pragmatic insight to a ‘European’ concern of accessing information

Expected Results

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The project aims to achieve the following results

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