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Taking evidence - Luxembourg


FINDING COMPETENT COURTS/AUTHORITIES

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.

Luxembourg

Taking evidence


Article 3 – Central body

Article 5 – Languages accepted for completion of the forms

Article 6 – Means accepted for transmission of requests and other communications

Article 17 – Central body or competent authority(ies) responsible for decisions on requests for direct taking of evidence

Article 21 – Agreements or arrangements to which Member States are parties and which comply with the conditions in Article 21(2)

Article 3 – Central body

The central body is:

Parquet Général/Generalstaatsanwaltschaft
Cité Judiciaire, Bâtiment CR
Plateau du Saint-Esprit
L-2080 Luxembourg
Tel.: (352) 47 59 81-336
Fax: (352) 47 05 50
Email address: Link opens in new windowparquet.general@justice.etat.lu

Article 5 – Languages accepted for completion of the forms

Luxembourg will accept request forms drawn up in German as well as French.

Article 6 – Means accepted for transmission of requests and other communications

Means of transmission accepted by Luxembourg:

-          post

-          fax

Article 17 – Central body or competent authority(ies) responsible for decisions on requests for direct taking of evidence

The central body is:

Parquet Général/Generalstaatsanwaltschaft
Cité Judiciaire, Bâtiment CR
Plateau du Saint-Esprit
L-2080 Luxembourg
Tel.: (352) 47 59 81-336
Fax: (352) 47 05 50
Email address: parquet.general@justice.etat.lu

Article 21 – Agreements or arrangements to which Member States are parties and which comply with the conditions in Article 21(2)

  • Convention of 17 March 1972 between the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg and the Republic of Austria supplementary to the Hague Convention of 1 March 1954 on civil procedure.
  • Exchange of declarations of 23 July 1956 between France and Luxembourg concerning the forwarding of letters rogatory.

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Last update: 14/06/2019