Croatia - cooperation in civil matters

Croatia's accession to the European Union on 1 July 2013 marks another milestone in completing the construction of the EU.

Please see below the information provided by Croatia on EU legislation in the field of judicial cooperation in civil matters covering the following areas:

  • Judgments in civil and commercial matters

Notification PDF (7 KB) en

 

  • Matrimonial matters and matters of parental responsibility

Notification is published in the Judicial Atlas section of the European e-Justice Portal.


  • Maintenance obligations

Notification is published in the Judicial Atlas section of the European e-Justice Portal.


  • Service of judicial and extra-judicial documents

Notification PDF (89 KB) en

List of municipal courts PDF (220 Kb) en

Jurisdiction of municipal courts I PDF (202 Kb) en

Jurisdiction of municipal courts II PDF (441 Kb) en


  • Taking of evidence

Notification PDF (141 Kb) en

List of municipal courts PDF (220 Kb) en

Jurisdiction of municipal courts I PDF (202 Kb) en

Jurisdiction of municipal courts II PDF (441 Kb) en


  • European Payment Order procedure

Notification is published in the Judicial Atlas section of the European e-Justice Portal.


  • European Small Claims procedure

Notification is published in the Judicial Atlas section of the European e-Justice Portal.


  • Legal aid

Notification is published in the Judicial Atlas section of the European e-Justice Portal.

 

  • Mediation

Notification is published in the Judicial Atlas section of the European e-Justice Portal.

 

  • European Enforcement Order

Notification is published in the Judicial Atlas section of the European e-Justice Portal.

Please also note that a certain number of regulations in the field of civil justice have been amended by Council Regulation (EU) No 517/2013 of 13 May 2013 due to the accession of Croatia.

Last update: 27/04/2016

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