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In Slovakia, the competence to deal with applications for a declaration of enforceability in accordance with Article 27(1) lies with the District Courts (okresný súd). The competence to deal with appeals against decisions on applications for a declaration of enforceability in accordance with Article 32(2) lies with the Regional Courts (krajský súd). Appeals are lodged with the district court whose decision is being contested.
In Slovakia, the redress procedure referred to in Article 33 is the appellate review (dovolanie), pursuant to Articles 419-457 of the Code of Civil Dispute Procedure (Act No 160/2015). The appellate review is lodged with the court that ruled at first instance. The Supreme Court (najvyšší súd) rules on the matter.
For the purposes of Article 19 of the Regulation, Slovak courts are authorised to amend decisions during a case review (obnova konania) under Sections 397-418 of the Code of Civil Dispute Procedure (Act No 160/2015). Applications for a case review are reviewed by the court that ruled at first instance.
The Central Authority pursuant to Article 49(1) of the Regulation is:
Centrum pre medzinárodnoprávnu ochranu detí a mládeže (The Centre for International Legal Protection of Children and Youth)
P.O. Box 57
SK - 814 99 Bratislava
Other contact details:
Tel.: +421 220463208
Fax: +421 220463258
E-mail address: email@example.com
No information is provided, as the functions of the Central Authority in the Slovak Republic are discharged exclusively by the Centre for the International Legal Protection of Children and Youth.
For the purposes of Article 21 of the Regulation, the authorities with competence for enforcement are the District Courts (okresný súd), acting as enforcement courts (exekučný súd).
The languages accepted for translation of the documents referred to in Articles 20, 28 and 40 are Slovak and Czech.
The languages accepted by the Slovak Central Authorities for communication with the other Central Authorities referred to in Article 59 are Slovak, Czech, English and German.
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