National information and online forms concerning Directive 2004/80/EC
Sib informazzjoni għal kull reġjun
Council Directive 2004/80/EC of 29 April 2004 relating to compensation to crime victims
The directive applies between all Member States of the European Union.
The directive requires that each EU Member State sets up a national scheme of compensation to all victims of violent, intentional crime. According to this law all victims of violent, intentional crime have access to the national compensation scheme in the Member State on whose territory the crime was committed.
To help victims of violent, intentional crime have access to compensation in cross border cases, the directive sets up a system of cooperation between national authorities:
The assisting and deciding authorities communicate among each other in the languages they have accepted. To find information about the accepted language(s) you should look at the Member State of the authority to which the information relevant to the case (e.g. application, decision or other communication) is sent.
Please select the relevant country's flag to obtain detailed national information.
The assisting and deciding authorities are helped by the national Central Contact Points (Please select "Central contact point" in the search tool below) whose role it is to promote cooperation between the authorities, give assistance and seek solutions in cross border situations.
The European e-Justice Portal provides you with information concerning the application of the directive and a user-friendly tool for filling in the forms.
L-għodda ta' tiftix hawn taħt se tgħinek tidentifika qorti/qrati jew awtorità(jiet) kompetenti għal strument legali Ewropew speċifiku. Jekk jogħġbok innota li għalkemm sar kull sforz biex tiġi aċċertata l-preċiżjoni tar-riżultati, jista' jkun hemm xi każijiet eċċezzjonali li jikkonċernaw id-determinazzjoni ta' kompetenza li mhumiex neċessarjament koperti.
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