Court fees concerning European Payment Order procedure - Italy
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The rules governing procedural costs are contained in the consolidated text of the laws and regulations relating to the costs of justice referred to in Presidential Decree No 30.
May 2002, No 115.
In the civil proceedings, each Party shall provide for the costs of the acts which it carries out and the costs of the acts necessary for the trial when the law or the magistrate is responsible for it (Article 8 of the Consolidated Text on the Costs of Justice, Presidential Decree No 115/2002).
The costs of civil proceedings are:
- the standard fee
- notification expenses
- the rights to copying
The amounts to be paid are set out in Article 13 and Article 30 of Presidential Decree No 115/2002 as regards, respectively, the standard fee and the flat-rate advance payment for notifications at the request of the Office.
The rights of copying are governed by Articles 267 et seq. of Presidential Decree No 115/2002 and summarised in Tables 6, 7 and 8 annexed to the same Presidential Decree.
Pursuant to Article 46 of Law 374/1991, establishing the Office of the Justice of the Peace, acts and measures of up to EUR 1.033 are subject only to the payment of the standard fee.
In the event of non-payment, the court or a collecting society (agreement with Equitalia Giustizia s.p.a) will notify an invitation to the payment containing the information required to regularise the payment of the standard fee (Article 248 of Presidential Decree No 115/2002).
In the case of non-payment of copies of the rights of copies and of the amount provided for in Article 30 of Presidential Decree No 115/2002, the office may refuse to accept the document (Article 285 of Presidential Decree No 115/2002).
If the payment is made in Italy by post c/c by post, F23 or stamps purchased from authorised tobacconists and shops.
For the payment made from abroad by bank transfer to the account below;
BIC CODE: BITAITRENT
IBAN: EN 04 OR 01000 03245 350008332100
After the payment has been made, the judicial office must be provided with proof that the payment has been made on production of the receipt.
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Last update: 02/09/2019