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Court fees concerning European Payment Order procedure - Netherlands

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INTRODUCTION

What are the applicable rates?

How much will I have to pay?

What happens if I pay the court fees on time?

How do I have to pay court fees?

What should I after payment do?

INTRODUCTION

The European payment order (Regulation (EC) No 1896/2006, which entered into force on 12 December 2008), the cross-border recovery of uncontested civil and commercial claims through a uniform procedure that operates on the basis of standard forms.Link opens in new windowhttp://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/en/TXT/?uri=CELEX:32006R1896 The procedure does not require presence before the Court. The Regulation applies between all Member States of the European Union with the exception of Denmark.

The Council for the judiciary for the treatment of the District Court of The Hague European order of the courts designated as sitting in Eastern Netherlands, Noord Holland, Amsterdam, Northern Netherlands, of Zeeland-West Brabant, Rotterdam, East Brabant, Limburg, central Netherlands In the event of defence, the proceeding may continue according to the normal rules of territorial jurisdiction.

For the submission of a request, within the context of the European order for payment procedure should be used of Form A. This form shall be available in all languages of the European Union available on the site of the European Commission.contentPresentation.do?clang=nl&idTaxonomy=156

The form

Before the District Court of The Hague can only requests shall be submitted in the Dutch language.

Applications under the European order for payment procedure may be submitted by:

District Court of The Hague
Civil law sector
General Affairs
PO Box 20302
2500 EH Den Haag

For more information, please contact the Registry at General Affairs of the Court, tel. + 31 (0)70-381 22 64.

What are the applicable rates?

Rates depend on the amount of the principal claim. See also the question: How much will I have to pay.

How much will I have to pay?

Please find below an overview of the existing tariffs for 2016.

Nature or amount of the action or application

Court registry fee non-natural persons

Court registry fee for natural persons

Court registry fee for onvermogenden

Court fees in question at the Court for kantonzaken

Cases relating to a receivable or request:

Or of indeterminate value

With a sum of not less than EUR 500

EUR 117

EUR 79

EUR 79

Cases relating to a receivable or an application accompanied by a more than beloopvan Є 500) and should not exceed Є 12.500

EUR 471

EUR 223

EUR 79

Cases relating to a receivable or an application accompanied by a more than beloopvan Є 12.500

EUR 941

EUR 471

EUR 79

Nature or amount of the action or application

Court registry fee non-natural persons

Court registry fee for natural persons

Court registry fee for onvermogenden

Court fees in question at the Court for purposes other than kantonzaken

Cases relating to a receivable or request:

— of indeterminate value or

EUR 619

EUR 288

EUR 79

Cases relating to a receivable or an application accompanied by a should not exceed beloopvan Є 100.000

EUR 1929

EUR 885

EUR 79

Cases relating to a receivable or an application accompanied by a more than beloopvan Є 100.000

EUR 3903

EUR 1548

EUR 79

For more information, refer to: Link opens in new windowRechtspraak.nl and Legal Aid CouncilLink opens in new windowhttp://www.rvr.org/

What happens if I pay the court fees on time?

Where the court fees not be paid on time the request will not further be considered and the case shall be removed.

How do I have to pay court fees?

The requesting Party shall receive a note for the payment of court fees. Payment can be made by transfer via the bank.

What should I after payment do?

After payment of court fees, you must be notified of a decision of the District Court of The Hague not prevent further action.

Regulation (EC) No 1896/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 creating a European procedure provide that the General Court is, as soon as possible and normally within 30 days of the lodging of the application, a European order for payment.

Link opens in new windowLink to the 2016 tariffs.


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Last update: 28/04/2016