FINDING COMPETENT COURTS
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Article 10 - Information on competent courts or authorities
Under Article 14(2) of the Mediation in Civil and Commercial Matters Act (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia No 56/2008 of 6 June 2008), the parties may agree that the agreement resolving a dispute take the form of an immediately enforceable notarial record, a court settlement or an arbitration decision based on a settlement.
1. Drawing-up of an immediately enforceable notarial record:
Notaries are responsible for drawing up the immediately enforceable notarial record (Articles 2 and 3 of the Notary Act, Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia No 2/2007 – 3rd official consolidated version, with subsequent amendments in Official Gazette No 33/2007 and No 45/2008).
Up-to-date information on notaries can be obtained from the Slovenian Chamber of Notaries (Notarska zbornica Slovenije).
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