Delibacijski ili delibatorni postupak (delibacija)

English translation: Exequatur procedure/proceedings

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Croatian term or phrase:Delibacijski ili delibatorni postupak (delibacija)
English translation:Exequatur procedure/proceedings
Entered by: Anna Kopicova

13:39 Mar 16, 2017
Croatian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Croatian term or phrase: Delibacijski ili delibatorni postupak (delibacija)
delibacijski ili delibatorni postupak (delibacija) (latinski: delibare kušati), postupak koji sud vodi temeljem zahtjeva za priznanje ili izvršenje strane sudske odluke u statusnim stvarima (bračni status, odnos roditelja i djece, usvojenje djece i sl.), kao i izvršenja odluka stranih sudova. Tijekom postupka ispituje se postojanje posebnih uvjeta koje domaći zakoni postavljaju za priznanje stranih odluka, odnosno za njihovo izvršenje.
Anna Kopicova
Slovakia
Local time: 05:33
Exequatur procedure/proceedings
Explanation:
The exequatur proceedings do not involve a new examination of the case. The court does not repeat the proceedings conducted in the foreign country. The court restricts its review to specific matters including (1) whether there is a proper basis under either statute or treaty law for enforcement of the foreign judgment and (2) whether the judgment can be enforced in the country of origin.
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Exequatur procedure/proceedings


Explanation:
The exequatur proceedings do not involve a new examination of the case. The court does not repeat the proceedings conducted in the foreign country. The court restricts its review to specific matters including (1) whether there is a proper basis under either statute or treaty law for enforcement of the foreign judgment and (2) whether the judgment can be enforced in the country of origin.

milena beba
United Kingdom
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