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TitleInternational Co-Operation in Litigation: Europe [electronic resource] / edited by Hans Smit
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 1965
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-9208-8
Descript XXXIV, 486 p. online resource

SUMMARY

The reports collected in this book were prepared at the initiative and under the auspices of the Project on International Procedure of the School of Law of Columbia University within the framework of its co-operation with the Commission on International Rules of Judicial Procedure, a body created by Act of Congress of September 2, 1958, 72 Stat. 1743. The Commission is charged with studying domestic and foreign procedures of international co-operation in litigation with a view to suggesting improvements. Since June 1960, the Project has assisted the Commission in carrying out this statutorily assigned task. Work on the reports here presented was begun in the fall of 1960. The Project invoked the assistance of an active practitioner in each of the foreign countries se1ected and submitted to hirn an extensive questionnaire summarizing American procedures and posing detailed quest ions about foreign practices. The elaborate answers to these questionnaires provided the information on which the American coยญ authors relied in drafting the English versions of the reports. By having proceeded in this fashion, the Project hopes to have prepared reports that reflect the knowledge and experience of the foreign practitioners and at the same time are drafted in terms intelligible to common law lawyers. Furthermore, to ensure that the reports would take due account of official views, in almost all instances, final drafts of the reports were submitted for comments and suggestions to appropriate foreign public officials


CONTENT

Detailed Table of Contents -- 1. Introduction -- I. The Aims of the Project on International Procedure -- II. United States Procedures of International Cooperation in Litigation -- 2. International Co-Operation in Litigation: Austria -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Sought by Austria -- III. Co-Operation Rendered by Austria -- 3. International Co-Operation in Litigation: Belgium -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Rendered by Belgium -- III. Co-Operation Sought by Belgium -- 4. International Co-Operation in Litigation: Denmark -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Sought by Denmark -- III. Co-Operation Granted by Denmark -- 5. International Co-Operation in Litigation: England -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Rendered by England -- III. Co-Operation Sought by England -- 6. International Co-Operation in Litigation: Finland -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Sought by Finland -- III. Co-Operation Rendered by Finland -- 7. International Co-Operation in Litigation: France -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Sought by France -- III. Co-Operation Rendered by France -- 8. International Co-Operation in Litigation: the Federal Republic of Germany -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Sought by Germany -- III. CO-Operation Granted by Germany -- 9. International Co-Operation in Litigation: Greece -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Sought by Greece -- III. Co-Operation Rendered in Greece -- 10. International Co-Operation in Litigation: Italy -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Rendered by Italy -- III. Co-Operation Sought by Italy -- 11. International Co-Operation in Litigation: Norway -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Sought by Norway -- III. Co-Operation Provided by Norway -- 12. International Co-Operation in Litigation: Portugal -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Sought by Portugal -- III. Co-Operation Provided by Portugal -- 13. International Co-Operation in Litigation: Spain -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Sought by Spain -- III. Co-Operation Provided by Spain -- 14. International Co-Operation in Litigation: Sweden -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Sought by Sweden -- III. Co-Operation Granted by Sweden -- 15. International Co-Operation in Litigation: Switzerland -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Provided by Switzerland -- III. Co-Operation Sought by Switzerland -- 16. International Co-Operation in Litigation: The Netherlands -- I. Introduction -- II. Co-Operation Sought by the Netherlands -- III. Co-Operation Rendered by the Netherlands -- Appendix A. New Federal Statute -- I. An Act to Improve Judicial Procedures for Serving Documents, Obtaining Evidence, and Proving Documents in Litigation with International Aspects -- II. Report of the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives on the Bill -- Appendix B. New Federal Rules -- I. Rules 4(i), 26(c), and 28(b) of the Rules of Civil Procedure for the United States District Courts -- II. Proposed Amended Rule 44 and New Rule 44.1 of the Rules of Civil Procedure for the United States District Courts -- III. Proposed New Rule 26.1 of the Rules of Criminal Procedure for the United States District Courts -- Appendix C. Uniform Interstate and International Procedure Act


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