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European payment order - Croatia


The search tool below will help you to identify court(s)/authority(ies) competent for a specific European legal instrument. Please note that although every effort has been made to ascertain the accuracy of the results, there may be some exceptional cases concerning the determination of competence that are not necessarily covered.


European cross-border procedures - European payment order

Article 29(1)(a) - Courts with jurisdiction

Article 29(1)(b) - Review procedure

Article 29(1)(c) - Means of communication

Article 29(1)(d) - Accepted languages

Article 29(1)(a) - Courts with jurisdiction

The following court has exclusive jurisdiction to decide on applications for issuing and reviewing a European payment order and for issuing confirmation of its enforceability:

Trgovački sud u Zagrebu

Amruševa 2/II, 10000, Zagreb

Tel. +385 1 4897 222

fax: + 385 1 4920-871

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Article 29(1)(b) - Review procedure

The Commercial Court in Zagreb decides on applications for review of a European payment order. The court’s decision cannot be appealed.

Article 29(1)(c) - Means of communication

Forms, other applications or statements are to be submitted in written form, by fax or email.

Article 29(1)(d) - Accepted languages

European payment orders must be accompanied by a translation into Croatian, certified by a person authorised to do so.

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Last update: 20/03/2018