In Latvia the Courts with competence to deal with applications for a declaration of enforceability in accordance with Article 27(1) of the Regulation are Courts of general jurisdiction, i.e. district (or city district) Courts.
In Latvia the Courts with competence to consider appeals against decisions on applications for a declaration of enforceability in accordance with Article 32(2) of the Regulation are regional Courts, through the intermediation of the relevant district (or city district) Court.
A decision given on appeal pursuant to Article 33 of the Regulation may be contested before the Senate of the Supreme Court, through the intermediation of the relevant regional Court.
Brīvības bulvāris 36,
Tel: +371 67020350
Fax: +371 67020351
Re-examination of a case in connection with the review of a decision may be requested by the defendant on the basis of Article 19 of the Regulation by submitting an application:
1) with regard to the review of a judgment or decision by a district (city district) Court - to the relevant regional Court;
2) with regard to the review of a judgment or decision by a regional Court - to the Chamber of Civil Cases of the Supreme Court;
3) with regard to the review of a judgment or decision by a chamber of the Supreme Court - to the Department of Civil Cases of the Senate of the Supreme Court;
An application may not be made if the period in which the enforcement document concerning the relevant ruling may be submitted for enforcement has expired.
When considering an application, a Court examines whether the circumstances indicated by the applicant may be deemed circumstances warranting the review of the ruling pursuant to Article 19 of the Regulation. If the Court finds that the circumstances warrant a review of the ruling, it rescinds the contested ruling in foil and refers the matter for re-examination to the Court of first instance. If the Court deems that the circumstances indicated in the application are not to be considered as warranting the review of the ruling, it rejects the application. An ancillary complaint may be made with regard to the Court's ruling.
In Latvia, the functions of central authority are discharged by the Administration of the Maintenance Guarantee Fund. Contact information:
Uzturlīdzekļu garantiju fonda administrācija
Pulkveža Brieža ielā 15
Tel.: + 371 67 830 626
Fax: + 371 67 830 636
In Latvia, the special functions of the central authorities mentioned in Article 51 of the Regulation are discharged by the Administration of the Maintenance Guarantee Fund.
In Latvia the authorities with competence to refuse to or suspend enforcement of a ruling for the purposes of Article 21 of the Regulation are the district (or city district) Courts in whose jurisdiction the ruling of a foreign Court is to be enforced.
Latvia only accepts translations of the documents referred to in Articles 20, 28 and 40 of the Regulation in the national language, i.e. Latvian.
Latvia only accepts the applications mentioned in Article 56 of the Regulation (Annexes VI and VII to the Regulation) in the national language, i.e. Latvian.
Latvia accepts requests for specific measures (Annex V to the Regulation), in Latvian or in English.
For other communications the Central Authority when requested accepts Latvian or English.
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