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Taking evidence - Slovakia


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Slovakia

Taking evidence


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

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List of competent authorities

Article 3 – Central body

Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic

International Private Law Division

Župné námestie 13

813 11 Bratislava

Slovak Republic

Phone: (421) 2 888 91258

Fax No: (421) 2 888 91 604

E-mail address: civil.inter.coop@justice.sk

Languages: Slovak, Czech, English, French, German.

Article 5 – Languages accepted for completion of the forms

Slovak

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

The Slovak authorities accept requests in writing, in paper form.

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

Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic (International Private Law Division)

Župné námestie 13

813 11 Bratislava

Phone: (+421) 2 888 91 549

Fax No: (+421) 2 888 91 604

E-mail address: civil.inter.coop@justice.sk

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

  • Treaty between the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic on Legal Aid provided by Judicial Bodies and on Settlements of Certain Legal Relations in Civil and Criminal Matters, signed at Prague on 29 October 1992 (Zmluva medzi Slovenskou republikou a Českou republikou o právnej pomoci poskytovanej justičnými orgánmi a úprave niektorých právnych vzťahov v občianskych a trestných veciach (Praha 29. októbra 1992).
  • Treaty between the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Polish People’s Republic on Legal Aid and Settlement of Legal Relations in Civil, Family, Labour and Criminal Matters signed at Warsaw on 21 December 1987 (Zmluva medzi Československou socialistickou republikou a Poľskou ľudovou republikou o právnej pomoci a úprave právnych vzťahov v občianskych, rodinných, pracovných a trestných veciach, Varšava 21. december 1987).
  • Treaty between the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and Hungarian Peoples’ Republic on Legal Aid and Settlement of Legal Relations in Civil, Family and Criminal Matters, signed at Bratislava on 28 March 1989 (Zmluva medzi Československou socialistickou republikou a Maďarskou ľudovou republikou o právnej pomoci a úprave právnych vzťahov v občianskych, rodinných a trestných veciach, Bratislava 28. marec 1989).

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Last update: 07/11/2018