LAW-Chapter 3

  1. The plaintiff can choose between two courts of law, each with jurisdiction to rule on his lawsuit against a defendant.
    Alternative Jurisdiction
  2. Parties engaged in a lawsuit can agree on letting a third party  (not a regular court of law) resolve their conflict.
  3. When parties are from different states they may choose which court of law they would prefer to give a verdict.
    Choice of Parties.
  4. Contract concluded by a person, outside his trade or profession, to buy goods or services for domestic use. The EEX limits the number of consumer contracts that fail under this Regulation
    Consumer contract
  5. An agreement put in writing
  6. Judicial body, under the control of the public authorities or a country, which has the power by law to give judgment on cases brought before it by parties that are engaged in a lawsuit.
    Court of Law
  7. The party against whom a lawsuit is brought before a court of law.
  8. [...] Regulation on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters.
  9. Enforcing the judgment of a court of law in the countries where the litigating parties are domiciled and in other countries
    Execution of verdicts
  10. A contract between two parties, an employer and employee, in which the employee conducts certain activities under the employer's direction, for which the employee receives payments as a reward over a certain period time.
    Employment contract
  11. [...] on jurisdiction that apply where there is neither  written agreement on jurisdiction nor any of the special [...] apply.
    General Provisions
  12. Property that cannot be moved, such as house, trees, land and factories
    Immovable property.
  13. The authority to give a ruling such as a verdict in a legal dispute between two parties.
  14. [...] of the EEX are also part of the EC
    Member States
  15. The party investigating a lawsuit and putting in a claim against another party.
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LAW-Chapter 3
Chapter 3-Law