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Simplified and accelerated procedures - Sweden

 

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Procedures of order for payments Procedures of order for payments
1. Is there a procedure specially intended for claims or debts that will in all likelihood be uncontested? 1.
1.1. What can be applied for under the procedure? 1.1.
a) What types of claims can be considered? a)
b) Can claims only be considered up to a certain amount? b)
c) Is the procedure obligatory? c)
d) Is the procedure applicable if the defendant lives in another Member State or in a third country? d)
1.2. Competent authority 1.2.
1.3. Formal requirements for claims 1.3.
a) Is it obligatory to use the standard form? a)
b) Must I be represented by a solicitor? b)
c) In how much detail must the grounds for the claim be stated? c)
d) Must I present written evidence? d)
1.4. Rejections 1.4.
1.5. Appeals 1.5.
1.6. Disputes 1.6.
1.7. The effect of a dispute 1.7.
1.8. The effect of a defendant not contesting the claim at the right time? 1.8.
a) What is required to get an enforceable decision? a)
b) Is the decision final or is there still the option for the defendant to appeal? b)
Small claims procedures Small claims procedures
1. Is there a procedure for small claims in Sweden? 1.
1.1. Threshold value 1.1.
1.2. Claims 1.2.
1.3. Standard form 1.3.
1.4. Help 1.4.
1.5. Rules for the taking of evidence 1.5.
1.6. Written proceedings 1.6.
1.7. Wording of the judgement 1.7.
1.8. Legal costs 1.8.
1.9. Appeals 1.9.

 

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