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Mediation - Lithuania


Ar zemāk pieejamā rīka palīdzību varat atrast tiesas(u) vai iestādi(es), kuras(u) kompetencē ir kāds konkrēts Eiropas Savienības tiesību akts. Ņemiet vērā, ka, lai arī esam centušies darīt visu iespējamo, lai nodrošinātu rezultātu precizitāti, dažos izņēmuma gadījumos kompetence var būt norādīta neprecīzi.



Article 10 - Information on competent courts or authorities

Article 10 - Information on competent courts or authorities

Pursuant to Article 6(3) of the Law on conciliatory mediation in civil disputes of the Republic of Lithuania, adopted on 15 July 2008, where a dispute being resolved by means of conciliatory mediation is not simultaneously pending before a court, the settlement can be presented to a court for approval under the simplified procedure laid down in Chapter XXXIX of the Code of Civil Procedure of the Republic of Lithuania at the mutual request of the parties to the dispute. The request to approve a settlement is presented to a district court chosen by the parties to the dispute in the district in which one of the parties to the dispute resides or has its registered office.

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Last update: 21/10/2019