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Ministry of Justice, International Department (Ministerstvo spravedlnosti, mezinárodní odbor)
128 10 Prague 2
In addition to Czech, the Czech Republic also accepts the standard form completed in Slovak or English.
No such periods have been laid down for serving documents in the Czech Republic.
In addition to Czech, the Czech Republic also accepts certificates of service made out in Slovak or English.
Service in the Czech Republic is not subject to fees.
The Czech Republic declares that it is not against such service on its territory.
The Czech Republic declares that Czech law does not permit such service on its territory.
Subject to Article 19(1), courts in the Czech Republic may give judgment even if no certificate of service or delivery has been received, if all the conditions in Article 19(2) are fulfilled.
There is no such time limit in the Czech Republic.
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