Matrimonial matters and matters of parental responsibility

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Family law – matrimonial matters and matters of parental responsibility


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Article 67 (a)

The names, addresses and means of communication for the central authorities designated pursuant to Article 53:

Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic

Župné námestie 13

813 11 Bratislava (Article 55(c))

Telephone:      +421 2 888 91 111

Fax:     +421 2 888 91 605

Website: http://www.justice.gov.sk/

Centre for International Legal Protection of Children and Youth (Centrum pre medzinárodnoprávnu ochranu detí a mládeže)

Špitálska 8

P.O. Box 57

814 99 Bratislava (Article 55(a), (b), (d) and (e) and Article 56)

Telephone:     +421 2 20 46 32 08

+421 2 20 46 32 48

Fax:     +421 2 20 46 32 58

E-mail: cipc@cipc.gov.sk

info@cipc.gov.sk

Website: http://www.cipc.sk

Article 67 (b)

The languages accepted for communication with central authorities pursuant to Article 57(2):

  • for the purpose of Article 55(c): Slovak, English, French
  • for the purpose of Article 55(d): Slovak, English, Czech
  • for the purpose of Article 55(a), (b) and (e): Slovak, English, French, Czech and German

Article 67 (c)

For a certificate concerning child access rights and a certificate concerning the return of a child – Article 45(2): Slovak

Articles 21 and 29

Applications provided for by Article 21 are to be submitted to the following courts:

a) the Bratislava Regional Court (Krajský súd v Bratislave) for an application for recognition of judgments relating to divorce, legal separation and marriage annulment;

b) the District Court (Okresný súd) in the place where the child resides, or Bratislava I District Court (Okresný súd Bratislava I) if the child does not reside in the Slovak Republic, for an application for recognition of a judgment relating to parental responsibility.

Applications provided for by Article 29 are to be submitted to the following courts:

The District Court (Okresný súd) in the place where the child resides, or Bratislava I District Court (Okresný súd Bratislava I) if the child does not reside in the Slovak Republic, for an application for a declaration of enforceability.

Article 33

Challenges provided for by Article 33 are to be submitted to the following courts:

- appeals are to be lodged with the district court.

Article 34

Challenges that may be lodged pursuant to Article 34:

-  appellate review.

Last update: 07/11/2018

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