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Video Presentation of the CEPT Project

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Common co-operation project of the Chamber of Judicial Officers of Estonia „Cross-Border Enforcement Proceeding Tool (JUST/2011/JCIV/AG/3384)“ (CEPT), co-financed by “Civil Justice” Programme of EC, and operated in cooperation with the UIHJ, the Latvian and the Lithuanian Chambers of Judicial Officers, has published a video presentation of the project

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Link to the video presentation

Today creditors who want to collect debts owed to them in another EU Member State are confronted with a number of problems. At the moment, for starting an enforcement procedure, the required documents are submitted to the judicial officer in the EU Member State in written form.

It is reminded that CEPT will simplify the process of the cross-border enforcement procedure and alleviates the related problems.

CEPT will make available:
1.    to start an enforcement proceeding in another EU Member State;
2.    to send and archive documents and data electronically to the Member States;
3.    to check up on the current status of the enforcement proceeding;
4.    to provide interconnections with information registers;
5.    to participate in the enforcement proceeding electronically;
6.    to carry out more efficient supervision.

In principle CEPT could be a common proceeding tool for judicial officers in all over EU, a big challenge! After the final testing which took place at the end of 2014, the project is now in its final phase.
 
 
 
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