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European Order for Payment Procedure

The European order for payment procedure simplifies the process of litigation in cross-border cases. It was established on 12.12.2008 in all EU Member States, except for Denmark.

Please find a comprehensive summary at the website of the European Commission, EUR-Lex: "European order for payment procedure"

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