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Regulation (2008:892) On A European Order For Payment Procedure

Original Language Title: Förordning (2008:892) om europeiskt betalningsföreläggande

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Scope of application

section 1 of this regulation contains rules which complement

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1896/2006 of the

on 12 december 2006 creating a European

order for payment procedure.


section 2 If a description of the parties, as the applicant has submitted in

application or otherwise, need to be amended or

supplemented, this must immediately be notified to the

Enforcement authority.

3 § at the payment of the application fee, the applicant shall specify

the defendant's personal identification number or registration number.

section 4 of the Swedish Enforcement Administration may decide that applications are made on

medium for automatic data processing.

Such authorisation may be given a drench to be adopted at a

reliable and technically appropriate manner provide a large

number of applications. The authorisation may be withdrawn if there is

reasons for it.

§ 5 If an application relating to someone under the age of 18 years,

Enforcement authority shall without delay send a notification of this

the chief guardian along with a copy of the application.

Injunction for the defendant

section 6, an injunction under article 12 of Regulation (EC) no

1896/2006 creating a European order for payment procedure

should include information on the simplified notification in accordance with section 11 of the

third subparagraph, Act (2008:879) on European

order for payment procedure. Regulation (2011:165).

Statement of opposition to the application

section 7 Of the standard form F is not used in the statement of opposition, the

the statement of opposition drafted in Swedish.

section 8 Has been repealed by Regulation (2013:1064).

The certification of the

section 9 of the enforcement authority shall, if someone requests it, a copy

a European order for payment issued by the

authority shall certify that the order is legitimate.


section 10 upon application for enforcement in Sweden of a European

order for payment declared enforceable in another

Member State, the order for payment procedure be translated into

Swedish or English.

Certification of translations

section 11 of A sworn translator is authorized to certify

translations under article 21(2)(b)) Regulation (EC) no

1896/2006 creating a European

order for payment procedure.

Diary and act training

section 12 of the enforcement authority may provide for how

Diary of the objectives will be pursued in order for payment and

assistance database.

Of the Act (2001:184) concerning the processing of tasks in

Enforcement authority's activities are regulated under the data

may be processed in the database.

paragraph 13 of the written applications and the opinions of the participants in the proceedings

should be merged into one act. Proof of service shall be brought together

for themselves or be taken to the Act.

section 14 If a case is transferred to a court or another

authority pursuant to section 10 of the Act (2008:879) on European

order for payment procedure, the enforcement authority hand over

all documents including proof of service. If necessary

in doing so, the enforcement service of the payment order procedure-

and assistance database maintained under the Act (2001:184) if

processing of data in the enforcement service operations take

front print of the application, orders, decisions, diary and

other information can be relevant for the further

the handling. The documents will then be included in the host

the Agency's Act.

Notice to credit reporting agencies

section 15 If a task in a case concerning the European

order for payment has been disclosed to a

credit reporting agencies, the bailiff shall immediately

notify the credit reporting agency, if the task is blocked

pursuant to Chapter 3. 3 a of the Act (2001:184) concerning the processing of

information on the Enforcement Agency.