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Article 2 – Requested courts

Meeting requests for legal assistance in respect of taking evidence falls within the jurisdiction and competence of the district court (in Budapest, the Central District Court of Buda (Budai Központi Kerületi Bíróság)) in whose area

(a) the person to be heard is domiciled or habitually resident in Hungary,

(b) the subject of the inspection falls, or

(c) taking evidence can be most practicably conducted, in particular where several persons to be heard are domiciled or habitually resident and/or where several subjects of the inspection fall within the jurisdiction of several courts.

Article 3 – Central body

In Hungary, the tasks of the central body are performed by the minister in charge of the judicial system.

Ministry of Justice (Igazságügyi Minisztérium)

Department of Private International Law (Nemzetközi Magánjogi Főosztály)

Address: Kossuth Lajos tér 2-4., H-1055 Budapest

Postal address: Pf. 2., 1357 Budapest

Tel.: +36 1 795 6094

Fax: +36 1 795 0463

Email: nmfo@im.gov.hu

Languages: Hungarian, German, English and French.

Article 5 – Languages accepted for completion of the forms

Hungarian courts accept requests in Hungarian, English or German.

Article 6 – Means accepted for transmission of requests and other communications

Hungarian courts accept requests by post, fax or electronically.

Article 17 – Central body or competent authority(ies) responsible for decisions on requests for direct taking of evidence

In Hungary, the tasks of the central body are performed by the minister in charge of the judicial system.

Ministry of Justice (Igazságügyi Minisztérium)

Department of Private International Law (Nemzetközi Magánjogi Főosztály)

Address: Kossuth Lajos tér 2-4, H-1055 Budapest

Postal address: Pf. 2., 1357 Budapest

Tel.: +36 1 795 6094

Fax: +36 1 795 0463

Email: nmfo@im.gov.hu.

Last update: 19/04/2018

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