In Italy, the assisting authority is the office of the public prosecutor (procura generale della Repubblica) at the court of appeal (corte d’appello) that has jurisdiction in the claimant’s place of residence.
In Italy, the assisting authority is the office of the public prosecutor at the court of appeal that has jurisdiction in the claimant’s place of residence.
In its capacity as assisting authority the office has the following duties:
The tasks performed by the office of the public prosecutor at the court of appeal, as assisting authority, may include the translation of documents, for which the claimant will not be required to make any payment.
All information is sent by the office to the deciding authority in the other EU Member State either in the official language (or one of the official languages) of that Member State, which must however be one of the languages of the Community institutions, or alternatively in another language of the Community institutions which that Member State has declared it can accept.
The reports of hearings conducted by the assisting authority are sent in Italian.
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