The courts with competence to deal with applications for a declaration of enforceability are the Family Courts. Appeals against decisions on such applications are heard by the Second-Instance Family Court (Defterobáthmio Oikogeneiakó Dikastírio).
The procedures to contest the decision given on appeal are the appeal procedure laid down in Article 25 of the Courts of Justice Law, Law 14/60, and the issuing of prerogative writs in accordance with Article 155 of the Constitution.
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