The Senate approved an amendment to the Civil Procedure Code, which will increase the efficiency of justice
PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - Senators on Wednesday unanimously supported an amendment to the Civil Procedure Code. Treatment is to remove the most pressing issues that affect the current proceedings before the civil courts, and increase the efficiency of justice.
The standard regulates the system and should appeal to solve the congestion of the Supreme Court, which is littered with decisions in civil and commercial matters. Jurisprudence of the Supreme Court, by contrast, serve as a "supreme unifier" for decision-making in this area. New to prevent delays in the judicial proceedings.
It also aims to strengthen the computerization of justice in civil court proceedings and accelerate and streamline the procedure for issuance of the electronic payment order. The lower chamber of Parliament attached to the amendment and supplement, according to which judges are entitled to have an assistant.
Act completely changes the rules of involuntary hospitalization of persons, ie control the admissibility of accepting or holding in a medical institution. If I get someone who is not mentally ill, and yet not able to perform legal acts, the court approval of its acceptance to the Institute shall decide within seven days. Man then placed in an institution by the presiding judge gets guardian. Priority, it has to be someone from the next of kin or other appropriate person.
The amendment also aims to strengthen the procedural rights of third country nationals and minors in civil proceedings. Children will have the opportunity to take to court a confidant who is not their legal guardian and whose presence at a meeting request. Court that person will be able to exclude only if thwarted purpose of the interview.
The proposal also changes incremental institutes civil proceedings. For example, the introduction of a waiting list of attorneys, specifying the concentration procedure or temporary strengthening of the protection of rights in the proceedings.
Streamline is also to strengthen the constitutionally guaranteed rights and for the Czech Republic resulting from international agreements and European Union law. Responding to complaints from judges and experts. Legislative news follows the government's policy statement in which the Government has pledged to reform the judiciary.
If the bill passes through the entire legislative process, will enter into force on 1 January 2013.
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