Transmission of Applications for Legal Aid: Additional Protocol to the European Agreement (ETS No. 179) Opened for Signature in Moscow on 4 October 2001 and Explanatory Report, Volume 772
The additional protocol contained in this publication is designed to improve the operation of the European Agreement on the transmission of applications for legal aid, which enables persons having their habitual residence in the territory of one of the parties to the Agreement to apply for legal aid in civil, commercial or administrative matters in the territory of another party. This regards, in particular, cooperation between central authorities, communication between lawyers and applicants and improvement of efficiency in the application of the Agreement by central authorities.--Publisher's description.
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27 January 3.e of Article acceded acceptance or approval access to justice administrative matters Agreement by central aid Additional Protocol aid and advice aid in civil applications for legal apply paragraph BUDAPEST central authorities six co-operation between central commercial and administrative commercial or administrative communication between lawyers competent authorities Council of Europe date of receipt Denunciation E-mail ECHR economically weak position entry into force European Agreement ETS explanatory report F-67075 STRASBOURG Cedex following the expiration habitual residence Human Rights instrument of ratification l'Europe F-67075 STRASBOURG language readily understood lawyers and applicants legal aid Additional Librairie month following opened for signature paragraph 3.e period of three PORTUGAL practicable to apply preventing a decision Protocol shall indicate provisions of Article receiving central authorities Recommendation reject applications represent such applicants requested Party require receiving central Secretary signatories signature without reservation tance or approval territory translation and/or interpretation Transmission of Applications transmitting central authorities