On which website(s) are official announcements published?
Which types of announcements are published?
Courts’ official noticeboards are used to publish announcements concerning the scheduling of a court’s activities, public announcements of judgments, notices of service, notices of the service of documents, resolutions of the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic, notifications concerning final reports, notices announcing the commencement of enforcement, orders cancelling bankruptcy proceedings, notices of appeals lodged, orders accepting articles on deposit, and orders on the reversion of deposits to the state.
From which organisation(s) are announcements published?
Notices are published by all regional and district courts in the justice system.
Is access to the official announcements free of charge?
What types of searches can be made?
Searches can be made by entering one of the following in the search field on the Official Noticeboard webpage: the title of the document, part of the title or the registration number.
As of which date were the official announcements available in electronic format?
Courts have been able to publish official announcements in electronic format since 2011.
Can searches be saved and notifications sent when criteria are met?
Are the official announcements freely available as open data? If so, where can the repository and/or technical information be found?
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Last update: 28/12/2020