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Vedlejší intervenient a právo na přiměřenou délku soudního řízení

Title in English Third party in the dispute and right on reasonable length of proceedings


Year of publication 2019
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference COFOLA 2019 Část XI. Zásady civilního procesu
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Keywords Excessive Length of Proceedings; Compensation for Non-Pecuniary Damage; Third-Party Intervention in Support of a Party to the Dispute.
Description The principle of speed of proceedings is one of the elements of the right to a fair trial and it also has its reflection in civil proceedings (section 6 of the Act No. 99/1963 Coll.). If the proceedings are not completed within a reasonable period, then the Act No. 82/1998 Coll. speaks about the incorrect official procedure that could be compensated. This right belongs mainly to a party facing an excessive length of proceedings; the question is whether an intervener may also request it. The issue of compensation for non-pecuniary damage will also be dealt with in relation to a so-called extraordinary intervener
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