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STUDY ON TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF PROPOSED SOLUTIONS

This study identifies and sketches some minimum legislative, practical and technical specifications required for the implementation of the three scenarios identified at European and national level.

The study is available here

COST AND IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY OF PROPOSED SCENARIOS

The study makes a comparative assessment of the scenarios dientified weighting the advantages and disadvantages of each one, in order for an informed decision to be taken on the towards the dematerialization of the cross-border enforcement of claims in the EU.

The report is available here

COMPARATIVE REPORT

The report assesses the interoperability and compatibility of national practices, bottlenecks, good practices and possibilities for further developments.

The report is available here

MANUAL OF PROMISING PRACTICEIN DEMATERIALISED ACCESS TO INFORMATION AND ASSETS FOR JUDICIAL ENFORCEMENT OF CLAIMS 

The present manual concisely presents and analyses solutions – what we call promising practices- that fall within the broader vision of enhancing dematerialized access to information and assets within a European area of e-justice. The choice of practices comes from the countries that participated in the project and is based on the information provided in the national reports.

The manual is available here

NATIONAL REPORTS

The national report focus on legal practical / organizational and technical issues related to specific enforcement procedures relevant to judicial officers  in 8 Member States and specifically: a) Service of documents b) Access to information and c) Enforcement procedures on i) moveable assets, ii) immovable assets and iii) bank accounts. The reports are available below.

Literature

Page of  e-justice

Page of  EUR Lex

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