Suspension of deadlines

The Slovenian Government has adopted a Resolution on suspension of the deadlines for exercising the rights of the parties in court proceedings determined by legislation (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia no. 190/2020; the “Resolution”), published in the Official Gazette on 17 December 2020. The Resolution has been adopted on the basis of the recommendation given by the president of the Supreme Court.

Pursuant to the Resolution, the deadlines for exercising the rights of the parties in court proceedings determined by legislation, have been suspended. The Resolution came into force on 20 December 2020 and shall remain in force until 10 January 2021. The deadlines for exercising the rights of the parties in court proceedings determined by the legislation are suspended during this time.

Suspension of the deadlines applies also to procedural deadlines in non-urgent matters, which have been suspended with the Order on special measures from Article 83a of the CA due to the declared epidemic of the infectious disease COVID-19 in the territory of the Republic of Slovenia (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia no. 165/2020; the “Order”). The Order remains in force until its revocation.

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