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Land registry portal in Estonia - new procedure for electronic submission of registration applications
Starting from May 28, registration applications will be electronically submitted instead of e-mails via a new land registry portal which in addition to the submission of applications will enable to view, change and also withdraw applications which are already being processed.
New in the Portal: successions / Neu im Portal: Erbrecht / Nouveau sur le Portail: les successions
Nuevo sistema de Apostilla Electrónica en España
Primeras Apostillas emitidas en España a través del nuevo sistema de Apostilla electrónica
Cross-Border Assignment Questionnaire
Invitation to participate in the Cross-Border Assignment survey
European Commission 2010 Consultation on European judicial training
In preparation for a communication on European judicial training, the European Commission launched a consultation at the end of 2010 to gather the views and comments of EU level stakeholders.
Public consultation on future funding activities in the area of Justice, Fundamental Rights and Equality for the period after 2013
European e-Justice Portal receives its first award!
European e-Justice Portal became joint winner of the European Information Association’s 2011 Awards for European Information Sources.
New in the Portal: dynamic forms! / Neu im Portal: dynamische Formulare! / Nouveau sur le Portail: formulaires dynamiques!
More help at hand to initiate a cross-border procedure / Aide à la rédaction de procédures transfrontalières / Grenzüberschreitende Antragstellung – leicht gemacht
Calls for tenders in the Justice area/Appels d'offres dans le domaine Justice
European Commission report tracks progress in enforcing fundamental rights in the EU
The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights has now been legally binding for over a year – primarily on the EU institutions (European Parliament, Council and the European Commission) when preparing new European laws, but also on national authorities if they are implementing EU law. As part of its efforts to make fundamental rights a reality for citizens in the EU, the European Commission is reporting for the first time on how the Charter is being applied.