Scope of application of EU law in the judicial procedures of debt collection in civil and commercial mattersMikael Berglund
, 2010, original scientific article
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to demonstrate, that the interest of a more efficient, and proportionate access to civil justice in EU law requires some changes. Motivated changes are the abolishment of exequatur proceedings, the private creditor shall, as a service measure to him, be able to file an application for enforcement directly to the Member State of origin of the title of execution, instead of to the Member State of actual enforcement, decisions, on interim measures in ex parte proceedings shall be recognized, and access to information for enforcement purposes shall, after a title of execution, be improved in both the cross-border and national contexts.
Keywords: recognition, enforceability, mutuality, grounds for refusal, interim measures, damages, access to information for enforcement purposes
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