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Electronic Technology and Civil Procedure

by Kengyel, Miklós.
Authors: Nemessányi, Zoltán.%editor. | SpringerLink (Online service) Series: Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice ; . 15 Physical details: XV, 329 p. 27 illus. online resource. ISBN: 9400740727 Subject(s): Law. | Commercial law. | Civil Law. | Public law. | Telecommunication. | Law. | Private International Law, International & Foreign Law, Comparative Law. | Civil Procedure Law. | Public International Law. | Public Law. | Commercial Law. | Communications Engineering, Networks.
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Courses of Proceedings by Electronic Means; Masanori Kawano -- Applied technology in litigation proceedings; Zoltán Ambrus -- Some Remarks on the Course of Polish  Electronic Proceedings by Writ of Payment; Robert Kulski.-Electronic Justice in Tehran; Majid Pour-Ostad --  Electronic Service of Documents. National and International Aspects; Fernando Gascón Inhausti -- Enforcement of a Claim with the Support of the New Information Technology. Protection of the Creditor and the Debtor; Michele Angelo Lupoi -- Enforcement of a Claim with the Support of the New Information Technology in the EU, Romanian Case Study; Rikhard-Árpád Pantilimon -- Electronic Documents. Security and Authenticity; Helmut Rüßmann -- Über die Beweiskraft der elektronischen Dokumente; Dimitris Maniotis -- Taking of Evidence – Electronic Means of Proof and Estimation of Evidence. A few notes and suggestions for country reporters; Georg E. Kodek -- Do DNA Databases Allow More Efficiency in Combating Domestic and Cross-Border Crime? María José Cabezudo Bajo -- The Impact of Digital Information on American Evidence-Gathering and Trial. The Straw that Breaks the Camel's Back? Richard L. Marcus -- Applications and Trends of Digital/Electronic Evidence in China’s Litigation; Baosheng Zhang and  Huangxun Chen -- Virtual Civil Litigation: a Visit to John Bunyan’s Celestial City; Paul D. Carrington -- The Future of the Traditional Civil Procedure; Petrônio Calmon -- Proceedings on the Web; Jose Eduardo de Resende Chaves Junior -- Electronification of Civil Litigation and Civil Justice − The Future of the Traditional Civil Procedure facing the Electronification;  Nikolaj Fischer -- Digital Technology and the Character of Civil Procedure; Viktória Harsági.

This book contains the seven main reports and eleven correferates of the 2010 International Association of Procedural Law Conference in Pecs. During this conference, participants from around the world examined all aspects of the impact of modern information technology on civil procedure, ranging from the electronic submission of the application to electronic service of documents and electronic means of proof supported by modern information technology. In addition to practical issues, they discussed the possible impact of electronic procedures on traditional principles of civil procedure. The IAPL was the first to put the effect of modern and communication technology on civil procedure on the agenda, in 1999. This confirmed Lord Woolf’s statement from the 90’s, that “IT will not only assist in streamlining and improving our existing systems and process; it is also likely, in due course, itself to be catalyst for radical change as well...”

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