Judicial cooperation in civil matters exists between EU countries in order to improve interoperability between their judicial systems
Judicial cooperation in criminal matters is facilitated between the legal practitioners of the EU member countries.
A judicial auction is a proceeding through which a public auction of the debtor's assets is arranged with the purpose of raising the sum of money needed to satisfy a creditor’s claim. The auction may be arranged by a judge, or his or her delegate, or a competent authority, or other public or private entities (authorized according to the legislation of individual countries.
Cross-border videoconferencing is a fast and efficient way for judicial authorities to communicate. It is used for the hearing of witnesses, parties, victims and experts in a safe setting. Videoconferencing has many benefits as it can reduce costs, travel and environmental impact, the time needed for court proceedings, as well as increase security.