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Court fees concerning Small Claims procedure - Lithuania

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INTRODUCTION

What fees are applicable?

As far as I have to pay?

What happens if the court fees nesumokėsiu time?

How can I pay the court fees?

What to do after?

INTRODUCTION

The European small claims shall be settled in the Code of Civil Procedure of the Republic of Lithuania as set out in point 1 of paragraph 1, the stamp duty.

In accordance with the Republic of Lithuania Government Resolution No 1240 of 27 October 2011 “on the calculation, payment of stamp duty, offsetting and recovery rules of court fees can be paid electronically.

What fees are applicable?

In paragraph 4.4.1. 350/2003 amount of stamp duty.

As far as I have to pay?

Depending on the value of the claim — 3 percent, but not less than fifty ltl 100-200. And their annexes to procedural documents lodged with the Court only by means of electronic communications, shall be 75 per cent for the placing of a procedural document on the stamp duty payable amount, but not less than ten litai.

What happens if the court fees nesumokėsiu time?

The application must be accompanied by documents and other evidence on which the plaintiff is basing his claims as well as evidence that the fee has been paid.

If the fee has not been paid, the court issues an order, setting a reasonable deadline not shorter than seven days for the deficiencies to be rectified. The court order must be sent no later than on the working day following the day of its adoption.

If, after having lodged the procedural document, the Party in question rectifies the deficiencies in accordance with the Court’s indications and by the deadline set, the procedural document is deemed to have been lodged on its original date of submission to the Court. Otherwise, the procedural document is deemed not to have been filed and no later than five working days from the date of the end of the deficiencies by order of a judge, together with its Annexes, is returned to the person.

How can I pay the court fees?

The payment of court fees by means of electronic banking, payment in cash or by transfer, etc.) shall be paid into the State Tax Inspectorate’s budgetary revenue holding account of the Ministry of Finance.

What to do after?

Approve the payment order for the payment of the stamp duty or any other proof of payment, which must include the following:

  1. The payer’s name, surname, personal identity code or name of the legal entity and, if the stamp duty paid by a legal person);
  2. The debtor (the defendant in another country, etc.) first name, surname, personal identity code or name of the legal entity and, if the other party is a legal person);
  3. The settlement date;
  4. Payment code;
  5. The amount of the tax;
  6. The purpose of the payment (it is noted that shall be subject to stamp duty and to the court before which the case is initiated by the name).

If a court fee shall be paid by the party’s representative (lawyer, solicitor or other person representing the interests of the Party), the payment order or other payment card, in addition to the above data are to be reported, and the process of the country’s first name, surname, personal identity code or name of the legal entity and, if the party is a legal person).

If the court fees shall be paid electronically, documents certifying the payment of stamp duty is not provided.


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Last update: 03/02/2016