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Court fees concerning Small Claims procedure - Estonia

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If the court fee is paid on the basis of a court decision, it must be paid to the account indicated in the judgment and use the reference number indicated in the judgment.


Introduction

What fees apply?

How much will I pay?

What happens if I fail to pay on time?

How can I pay the court fees?

What must I do after payment?

Introduction

If you submit an application to a court in Estonia in the European small claims procedure, you will have to pay the same state fee as if you were submitting a national application. State fees and other procedural costs are governed by the Code of Civil Procedure and the State Fees Act. State fees and procedural costs to be paid to the court can only be paid by bank transfer.

What fees apply?

When you submit your application, you will have to pay a state fee to cover the costs of the proceedings.Other procedural costs may be added during the proceedings, such as costs of service of procedural documents, translation costs.

How muchwill I pay?

If you submit an application to a court in Estonia in the European small claims procedure, the state fee you will have to pay is the same as if you were submitting a national application. The size of the state fee depends on the amount of money you claim. For example, a court fee of EUR 100 for a claim of EUR 500, EUR 175 for a claim of EUR 1000, EUR 200 for a claim of EUR 1500 and EUR 225 for a claim of EUR 2000.

What happens if I fail to pay on time?

You must pay the state fee in advance when submitting an application. If you have not paid the state fee, the court will give you the opportunity to pay it by a deadline set by the court. If you do not pay the state fee by that deadline, the court will dismiss your application.

How can I pay the court fees?

State fees can only be paid by bank transfer. Credit cards are not accepted. For all payments intended to be made to the courts, the payee is the Ministry of Finance.

If the state fee is paid in advance, the explanation of the order for payment must indicate as precisely as possible for which act the state fee is to be paid. If the application is submitted via a Link opens in new windowpublic e-file, the state fee can be paid in the same environment as the bank link.If the court fee is paid on the basis of a court decision, it must be paid to the account indicated in the judgment and use the reference number indicated in the judgment.

You can find more information on state fee accounts and the reference numbers of the Link opens in new windowcourts on the Estonian Courts website.

What must I do after payment?

You must provide the court with information confirming payment of the state fee, so that the court can verify receipt of the state fee. This information is as follows: the name of the person paying the state fee, details about the bank and the account into which the state fee was paid, the amount paid, and the date of payment. The court can verify receipt of the payment electronically, i.e. you do not need to submit the payment order confirming payment of the state fee. However, the court may ask for it, if necessary.


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Last update: 19/11/2020