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Taking evidence - Scotland


SIB QRATI/AWTORITAJIET KOMPETENTI

L-għodda ta' tiftix hawn taħt se tgħinek tidentifika qorti/qrati jew awtorità(jiet) kompetenti għal strument legali Ewropew speċifiku. Jekk jogħġbok innota li għalkemm sar kull sforz biex tiġi aċċertata l-preċiżjoni tar-riżultati, jista' jkun hemm xi każijiet eċċezzjonali li jikkonċernaw id-determinazzjoni ta' kompetenza li mhumiex neċessarjament koperti.

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Teħid ta’ Evidenza


Article 2 – Requested courts

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 2 – Requested courts

Click on the below link to view all competent authorities related to this Article.
List of competent authorities

Article 3 – Central body

Scottish Government

Central Authority & International Law Team

St. Andrew's House (GW15)

Edinburgh EH1 3DG

Tel:  +44 131 244 4832

Fax: +44 131 244 4848

e-mail: Link opens in new windowHannah.Hutchison@gov.scot

Article 5 – Languages accepted for completion of the forms

English and French.

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

Requests can be accepted by post, fax or e-mail.

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

Scottish Government

Central Authority & International Law Team

St. Andrew's House

Regent Road

Edinburgh EH1 3DG

Tel: +44 131 244 4832

Fax: +44 131 244 4848

e-mail: Link opens in new windowHannah.Hutchison@gov.scot

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

The United Kingdom does not intend to retain any bilateral agreements with other Member States for taking of evidence between the United Kingdom and the other Member States. It has, however, informed Member States with which it has bilateral agreements that it wants these agreements to continue to apply for cases between those Member States and the United Kingdom Overseas Territories that are not part of the European Union.

The countries with which the United Kingdom has bilateral agreements and the date of those agreements are as follows:

Austria 31/03/31   Greece 07/02/36

Belgium 21/06/22   Italy 17/12/30

Denmark 29/11/32  Netherlands 31/05/32

Finland 11/08/33     Portugal 09/07/31

France 02/02/22     Spain 27/06/29

Germany 20/03/28  Sweden 28/08/30

The United Kingdom Overseas Territories outside the European Union to which these bilateral agreements will continue to apply are:

Channel Islands

Isle of Man

Anguilla

Bermuda

British Virgin Islands

Cayman Islands

Falkland Islands & Dependencies

Montserrat

Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri & Dhekelia (Cyprus)

St Helena & Dependencies

Turks & Caicos Islands


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Last update: 16/05/2019