International Encyclopaedia for Civil Procedure (IEL Civil Procedure)Databases
IEL Civil Procedure provides in-depth descriptions and analysis of numerous domestic systems of more than 30 countries. It includes reports of the main features of each country’s judicial organization, including the actual court proceeding, the rules of evidence, the principles governing preliminary seizure and the enforcement of judgments.
IEL Civil Procedure gives you overviews of 34 countries.
* In-depth descriptions and analysis of numerous domestic systems
* Reports of the main features of each country’s judicial organization including the actual court proceedings, the rules of evidence, the principles governing preliminary seizure and the enforcement of judgments
* Searchable PDFs
* RSS feeds when updated
* Electronic Table of Contents (Etoc) alert
National Monographs: Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Canada, China P.R., Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Lithuania, Macau, Morocco, Peru, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Uruguay, United States, Venezuela, Zimbabwe.
Update July 2016
New country added: Macau
Countries that have been updated: Romania, Austria, Singapore, Finland
National monographs describe the main features of each country’s judicial organization, the rules governing the jurisdiction of the courts, the actual court proceedings, the rules of evidence, the principles governing preliminary seizure and the enforcement of judgments, and some elements of national arbitration. In addition, a forthcoming EU monograph analyses the Regulation 44/2001, as well as the Conventions of Lugano and San Sebastian. An international monograph will deal with international multi-lateral treaties.
Each monograph follows a uniform structure and includes information on the political and legal system of the country and comprehensively analysis of relevant procedural law legislation and practice.
A subject index at the end of each monograph provides a useful and timesaving reference aid. Furthermore, a detailed topical table of contents for each monograph facilitates country-to-country and subject-to-subject comparison.
Each national monograph contains the following:
List of Abbreviations. Preface. General Introduction.
Part I: Judicial Organization.
1. The Courts and Their Members.
2. The Bar.
3. The Bailiffs.
Part II: Jurisdiction.
1. Domestic Jurisdiction.
2. International Jurisdiction.
Part III: Actions and Claims.
2. Claims and Defences.
3. Sanctions on Procedural Irregularities.
Part IV: Proceedings.
1. Pre-Trial Proceedings (if any).
2. Proceedings in First Instance.
3. Review Proceedings.
Part V: Incidents.
Part VI: Legal Aid and Legal Costs.
1. Legal Aid.
2. Legal Costs.
Part VII: Evidence.
1. Burden of Proof.
2. Admissibility of Evidence.
3. Administration of Evidence.
Part VIII: Particular Proceedings.
.Part IX: Seizure for Security and Enforcement of
1. Seizure for Security.
2. Enforcement of Judgments.
Part X: Arbitration.
Part XI. Mediation
Expanded subsription to Kluwer Law International (08/01/2016)