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Small claims - Gibraltar


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Det Forenede Kongerige Gibraltar

Europæiske grænseoverskridende procedurer - Småkrav


Article 25 1 (a) Competent courts

Article 25 1 (b) Means of communication

Article 25 1 (c) Authorities or organisations providing practical assistance

Article 25 1 (d) Means of electronic service and communication and methods for expressing consent for thereof

Article 25 1(e) Persons or professions, obliged to accept service of documents or other written communications by electronic means

Article 25 1 (i) Accepted languages

Article 25 1 (a) Competent courts

The Court which will have jurisdiction to give judgment in the European Small Claims Procedure in Gibraltar is the Supreme Court of Gibraltar. The procedure will be before the Master of the Supreme Court who is the designated Judge for Small Claims.

Article 25 1 (b) Means of communication

The means of communication that will be acceptable by the Courts in Gibraltar will be by post alone (due to the necessity to take a court fee to issue the process).

Article 25 1 (c) Authorities or organisations providing practical assistance

An appeal is available in Gibraltar under the provisions of the Supreme Court Rules 2000 which basically provides that such appeal shall be to the Additional Judge or the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

The provisions contained in Part 52 of the Civil Procedure Rules and its accompanying Practice Direction will further govern procedures for any such appeal. The Supreme Court Rules 2000 set down the time scale for such appeals to be lodged and, the Supreme Court Rules and Part 52.4 specify the time limits within which such an appeal should be lodged.

Article 25 1 (d) Means of electronic service and communication and methods for expressing consent for thereof

The Official Language which is acceptable pursuant to Article 21(2)(b) is English.

Article 25 1(e) Persons or professions, obliged to accept service of documents or other written communications by electronic means

The competent authority for the purposes of enforcement and for the purposes of Article 23 shall be the Supreme Court of Gibraltar.

Article 25 1 (i) Accepted languages

The Official Language which is acceptable pursuant to Article 21(2)(b) is English.


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Last update: 13/07/2017