Court fees concerning Small Claims procedure - Greece
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The main purpose of the European Small Claims Procedure is to simplify and accelerate the litigation of cross-border small claims in the European Union while reducing the costs of such procedures between Member States.
In order to bring an action before the court which will be discussed in accordance with the European Small Claims Procedure, it is necessary to pay a court fee, which is calculated on a (small) percentage of the capital, the award of which is sought by the plaintiff. These fees shall be paid together with the filing of the claim.
The amount in question shall be determined by the Court of Justice and shall be proportionate to the amount of the compensation claimed by the applicant. If the applicant claims an amount of EUR 5.000 for example, his/her own costs will be around EUR 65.
In the event of failure to pay court fees in good time, the court shall have the discretion either (a) to set a time-limit for the claimant to provide proof of payment of the fee, or (b) to dismiss the application.
Usually court fees are paid in cash to a public fund. The judicial secretaries may explain the payment procedure to the interested parties. There is no (at present) possibility to pay court fees by means of a credit card or bank account.
The proof of payment of court fees by the State Treasury shall be appended to the file together with the application.
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Last update: 20/09/2019