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Dispute resolution
By adopting on 14 December 2017 an authentic interpretation of Article 48 of Enforcement Act, the Serbian Parliament has put an end to a year-long ban on forced collection of...
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The new Serbian Enforcement and Security Act becomes applicable on 1 July 2016. The changes are numerous. This is the first in a series of our Newsletters in which we...
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On 23 May 2014, the National Assembly of Serbia adopted amendments to a set of laws in the area of civil procedure, specifically the Law on Civil Procedure[1] (“LCP”) and the...
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Amendments to the Law on Civil Procedure of Republika Srpska, applicable as of 27July 2013, introduce significant novelties. The intention of the legislator behind many of the changes was to...
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Requirement that a party be represented by qualified attorney The disputed provision of the Law on Civil Procedure required that a party be represented in civil litigation by a qualified...
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The new Serbian Law on Civil Proceedings, which was enacted in September, will become applicable on 1 February 2012. This new piece of legislation represents an effort to curtail notoriously...
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On 24 May 2007, the Serbian Chamber of Commerce adopted the new Rules of the Foreign Trade Court of Arbitration attached to the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (hereinafter referred to...
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