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  REVIEW PROCEDURE
 
  The review procedure for the purposes of Article 19 is as follows:

    - action for annulment (Article 317(1)(1) of the Code of Civil Procedure and, de lege lata, Article 497(1) of Law No 134/2010 on the Code of Civil Procedure) or

    - review (Article 322(8) of the Code of Civil Procedure and, de lege lata, Article 503(1)(9) of Law No 134/2010 on the Code of Civil Procedure)

Pursuant to Article 319(1) of the Code of Civil Procedure, an action for annulment is lodged with the court whose judgement is being challenged (de lege lata, pursuant to Article 499(1) of Law No 134/2010 on the Code of Civil Procedure, an action for annulment is lodged with the court whose judgement is being challenged). This may be a district court or a tribunal.

Pursuant to Article 323(1) of the Code of Civil Procedure, an application for review is intended for the court that issued the definitive judgement with regard to which an application for review has been lodged (de lege lata, pursuant to Article 504(1) of Law No 134/2010 on the Code of Civil Procedure, an application for review is intended for the court that pronounced the judgement with regard to which an application for review has been lodged).This may be a district court or a tribunal.


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  REDRESS PROCEDURE
 
  A decision pronounced on appeal may be challenged by means of a second appeal (Article 4(1) of the Code of Civil Procedure and, de lege lata, Article 95(1) of Law No 134/2010 on the Code of Civil Procedure).
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  ACCEPTED LANGUAGES
 
  Article 71 1. (g) - Accepted languages for translations of documents

Romanian.

Article 71 1. (h) - Languages accepted by Central Authorities for communication with other Central Authorities

The Ministry of Justice accepts the use of English and French, in addition to Romanian, for communication with other Central Authorities in the European Union.

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  INFORMATION ON NATIONAL LAW AND PROCEDURES
 
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