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Title:

Taking evidence by using means of distance communication under the Article 235 § 2 CCP in relation to the directness principle – remarks in the light of the CCP amendment of 10 July 2015 – part 2

Creator:

Budniak-Rogala, Aleksandra

Subject and Keywords:

directness principle   remotely taken evidence   judicial assistance

Description:

Inny tyt. : Kwartalnik Naukowy Prawo Mediów Elektronicznych

Abstract:

This paper constitutes an attempt to present comprehensive interpretation of the Article 235 of the Polish Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) in the light of the directness principle and by taking into account, in particular, modifications introduced by the Act of 10 July 2015 on Amending the Civil Code, Code of Civil Procedure and certain other acts (Dz.U. [Journal of Laws] item 1311), which entered into force on 8 September 2016. The paper has been divided into two parts. Preliminary remarks of the first part of the paper present the outcomes of the directness principle application in the course of civil proceedings, as stipulated in the Article 235 § 1 CCP in principio. Further, the paper discusses premises for taking evidence by the delegated judge or requested court pursuant to the Article 235 § 1 CCP as an exception to the said principle. Subsequently, the author comments taking evidence by using means of distance communication as provided for in the Article 235 § 2 CCP – both in the wording before and after the provisions of the abovementioned amendment entered into force. It is worth mentioning that by said amendment the Legislator deleted the second sentence of the Article 235 § 2 CCP, by which the adjudicating court was obliged to take this evidence in the presence of requested court or registrar of this court. In the author’s opinion this modification should be considered as a positive change. Same positive opinion should be given to the institution of taking evidence remotely. In the second part of the paper the author describes relations between admissibility of taking evidence by delegated judge or requested court (Article 235 § 1 CCP) and taking evidence remotely (Article 235 § 2 CCP) as well as between taking evidence outside the courthouse (Article 235 § 2 CCP) and conducting a remote hearing (Article 151 § 2 CCP). The paper also discusses the statutory delegation of power laid down in the Article 235 § 3 CCP. The performed analysis leads to the conclusion that taking evidence by using means of distance communication actually strengthens the execution of the directness principle in the civil procedure.

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

Publisher:

Wydawnictwo C.H. Beck

Contributor:

Gołaczyński, Jacek. Red.   Adamski, Andrzej. Rec.   Balogh, Zsolt. Rec.   Cieślak, Sławomir. Rec.   Flaga-Gieruszyńska, Kinga. Rec.   Górecki, Jacek. Rec.   Kilian, Wolfgang. Rec.   Markiewicz, Ryszard. Rec.   Świerczyński, Marek. Rec.   Warner, Richard. Rec.   Zgryzek, Kazimierz. Rec.

Date issued:

2017

Resource Type:

text

Detailed Type:

article

Identifier:

ISSN 2082-100X

Language:

pol

Abstract Language :

pol   eng

Relation:

Prawo Mediów Elektronicznych, ISSN 2082-100X. 2017, 3 s. 18-23

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Rights holder:

Copyright by Wydział Prawa, Administracji i Ekonomii Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego

Autor opisu:

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