Approaches To The International Convention On Civil Procedure

Original Language Title: Přístupy k mezinárodní úmluvě o civilním řízení soudním

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84/1930 Coll. and n.


Ministers of Foreign Affairs and justice

of 24 July 2003. May 1930

on access of Estonia, Latvia and Yugoslavia to the International Convention on the

civil procedure, the Court, agreed in the Hague on 17. July 1905

Receptive to the Protocol to the International Convention on civil procedure, the Court of

July 17, 1905, was signed on 22 November. November 1929, Estonia, on

March 26, 1930 in Latvia and on 7 December. April 1930 by Yugoslavia. International

efficiency gained access Estonia 22. January 1930; the approach of Latvia will become a

effective 26 internationally. in May 1930, and Yugoslavia 7. June 1930.

This approach does not change the treaties on legal protection and legal assistance

in civil and commercial matters, agreed with Estonia on 17.

July 1926, no. 26/28 Coll. and n., and with Yugoslavia. March 1923

No 146/24 Coll. and n.

This Decree the following clause to the Protocol of the Annunciation

provide the ability to access other States to the International Convention on the

civil procedure, the Court, agreed in the Hague on 17. July 1905 (No 3

Coll. and n. of 1927) to the extent that the Convention are now or will be bound by the

the following States:

Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Italy, Yugoslavia,

Latvia, Luxembourg, Hungary, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland,

free city Gdánskem, Portugal, Austria, Romania, Spain with

the territory of the Spanish protectorate in Morocco, Sweden and Switzerland; France

signed the Protocol of 24 September. July 1924, provided that the above

You cannot use the Convention between it and the newly acceding States

(Czechoslovakia, Estonia, Finland, Yugoslavia, Latvia and Poland

the free city Gdánskem).

Dr. Edvard Beneš in r.

Dr. Meissner in r.