a) Statutory – their duration is determined by law;
b) Judicial – the court can extend a deadline at the request of the entity concerned.
Non-working days are those days designated for the rejuvenation of workers during the week, and statutory holidays,
a) Non-working days in the Slovak Republic: 6 January, Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Easter Monday, 1 May, 8 May, 15 September, 1 November, 24 December, 25 December, 26 December
b) Statutory holidays in the Slovak Republic: 1 January, 5 July, 29 August, 1 September, 17 November.
a) According to Act No 160/2015, the Code of Civil Adversarial Procedure (zákona č. 160/2015 Civilný sporový poriadok) (hereinafter referred to as "CCAP"), and in the absence of provisions to the contrary, a time limit for the execution of an act is determined by a court. The day on which the event determining the start of the period occurred is not included in the calculation of a period determined in days.
b) A time-limit does not run with respect to a person who has lost his capacity to be a party to a proceedings or capacity to act before a court (Section 119 CCAP).
c) If a new party, legal representative, or guardian of a party joins the proceedings, new time-limits run with respect to them, from the time on which they joined the proceedings (Section 120 CCAP).
d) A time-limit has been adhered to if the act concerned is executed at the court or a submission handed over to an authority obliged to deliver it, on the last day of the period (Section 121 (5) CCAP).
A period starts to run on the day following that on which the event determining the start of the period occurred.
Calendar days are used in calculating time limits.
Periods determined by weeks, months, and years are also calculated according to calendar days.
Deadlines of periods determined in weeks, months, or years fall at the end of the day whose designation is the same as that of the day of the event determining the start of the period, and if there is no such day in a month, then on the last day of the month. If a deadline falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday, the last day of the period is the working day immediately thereafter (Section 121 CCAP).
If the law does not state a deadline for the execution of an act, it shall be determined by a court, if required. A court may also extend a deadline it has set (Section 118 (2) CCAP).
An appeal is filed within 15 days of the service of a decision at the court to which it is addressed (Section 362 CCAP).
Yes, but only a time limit pertaining to informative questioning.
The consequence of non-observance of a deadline is the missing of the deadline.
A court may forgive the missing of a deadline if the missing thereof was due to a party or its representative having an excusable reason that rendered it unable to effect an act which it was entitled to exercise. An application must be filed within 15 days of the cessation of the obstacle, and the missed act must be effected at that time (Section 122 CCAP). It is fully at the discretion of the court to evaluate whether the reason due to which the party or its representative missed a statutory deadline is excusable.
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