Court fees concerning European Payment Order procedure - Estonia
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When lodging an application for a European order for payment, a state fee must be paid at the same time as the national application. The Code of Civil Procedure and the State Fees Act relating to state fees and other procedural expenses are governed by the Code of Civil Procedure. A state fee of up to EUR 10 can be paid in a courthouse. If the fee is EUR 10, it must be paid by bank transfer before being filed with the court.
When lodging an application, a state fee must be paid as a court cost. In addition, the costs for service of procedural documents may be added in the course of the procedure (in the case of service in Estonia, the costs for the use of the assistance of the bailiff in the range of EUR 30 to EUR 60 or the cost of translations when the procedural documents are delivered abroad). There are no other costs.
When submitting the European order for payment to the Estonian Court, the national fee amounts to a national fee of the same amount as for the national declaration, i.e. 3 % of the total claim (on the amount of money required, i.e. on the amount of the principal and ancillary claims), but not less than EUR 45.
In the event of a transfer to ordinary proceedings (proceedings) under the urgency procedure for a payment order, an additional state fee shall be payable in respect of an action not covered by the State fee paid for the submission of an accelerated order for payment. The amount of state fees in the case of direct actions is the amount of money required. For example, the state fee of up to EUR 350, which is up to EUR 75, must be paid on the amount of EUR 351, EUR 500 to EUR 100 on the claim which is EUR 501 or EUR 750 in size, or EUR 125 in the case of the claim, etc. (14.05.2019 amounts).
The state fee shall be paid in advance when the application is lodged. If the court fee is unpaid, the court gives the claimant the opportunity to pay the state fee within the deadline set by the court. If the court fee is not paid by the deadline set by the court, the court shall refuse to accept the application.
In order to make an application for the transition to an expedited procedure for a payment order in direct proceedings, no court shall be seised of the matter before an additional court fee has been paid.
The fee can only be paid by bank transfer. Credit cards shall not be accepted. The Ministry of Finance is the beneficiary of the payment for any payments to be made to the courts.
For the purpose of the payment order, the Ministry of Finance and the current account number shall be received by the Ministry of Finance and the national foundation.
Each institution has its own reference number (s) on the basis of which the Treasury forwards the cash received into its account with eTreasury.
The indication of the reference number is mandatory. The unique reference number is given by the authority to whom the transfer is sought.
Further information on state fee accounts and reference numbers of courts can be found on the Courts website.
It is necessary to provide the court with information confirming payment of the state fee, in order for the court to verify the receipt of the state fee. Such data include: the name of the payer, the account of the bank and the account to which the fee was paid was the amount paid. The court can verify the payment by electronic means, as a result of which it is not necessary to issue a payment order proving payment of the state fee. The court may, however, ask it, if necessary.
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Last update: 02/09/2019