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Maintenance obligations - Ireland


TOIMIVALTAISTEN TUOMIOISTUINTEN/VIRANOMAISTEN HAKU

Seuraavan hakutoiminnon avulla voi hakea tuomioistuimia/viranomaisia, jotka ovat toimivaltaisia tietyn EU-tason oikeudellisen välineen suhteen. Huom. Vaikka annettujen tietojen täsmällisyys on pyritty varmistamaan kaikin mahdollisin keinoin, saattaa toimivallan määrittelyssä poikkeustapauksissa olla puutteita.

Irlanti

Perheoikeus – elatusvelvollisuus


Article 71 1. (a) - Courts for application for a declaration of enforceability and courts for appeal against decisions on such applications

Article 71 1. (b) - Redress procedure

Article 71 1. (c) - Review procedure

Article 71 1. (d) - Central Authorities

Article 71 1. (f) – Competent authorities for enforcement

Article 71 1. (g) - Accepted languages for translations of documents

Article 71 1. (h) - Languages accepted by Central Authorities for communication with other Central Authorities

Article 71 1. (a) - Courts for application for a declaration of enforceability and courts for appeal against decisions on such applications

The Master of the High Court will be competent to deal with applications for a declaration of enforceability, and appeals against decisions on such applications will be taken to the High Court.

Contact details are as follows:

The High Court,

Inns Quay,

Dublin 7

Telephone: 00 353 1 8886000

Master of the High Court,

High Court,

Inns Quay,

Dublin 7

Telephone: 00 353 1 8886000

Article 71 1. (b) - Redress procedure

An appeal on a point of law to the Court of Appeal (it should be noted, however, that in accordance with the provisions of the Irish Constitution, the Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction from a decision of the High Court if it is satisfied that there are exceptional circumstances warranting a direct appeal to it. The Supreme Court shall also have appellate jurisdiction from a decision of the Court of Appeal if it is satisfied that certain conditions laid down in the Constitution are satisfied.).

Article 71 1. (c) - Review procedure

An application for a review under Article 19 shall be made to the court which gave the decision. The procedure will be similar to that which applies in respect of the European Enforcement Order.

Relevant Rules of Court can be found at
Superior Courts
Order 13 Rule 11PDF(168 Kb)en , Order 27 Rule 14PDF(168 Kb)en
Circuit Court
Order 30PDF(168 Kb)en
District Court
Order 45 Rule 3PDF(168 Kb)en

Article 71 1. (d) - Central Authorities

The Minister for Justice and Equality is designated as the Central Authority for the State for the purposes of the Council Regulation.

The Central Authority can be contacted at

Department of Justice and Equality

Bishop's Square,

Redmonds's Hill,

Dublin 2

Fax: 00 353 1 4790201

E-mail: Link opens in new windowmainrecov_inbox@justice.ie

Article 71 1. (f) – Competent authorities for enforcement

The High Court,

Inns Quay,

Dublin 7

Telephone: 00 353 1 8886000

Article 71 1. (g) - Accepted languages for translations of documents

Irish, English.

Article 71 1. (h) - Languages accepted by Central Authorities for communication with other Central Authorities

Irish, English.


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Last update: 08/11/2018