Tag: Hellenic Code of Civil Procedure

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I recently read this post on legalwritingeditor.com concerning the need for short and plain statements of claim when filing actions in the US context.

In the Greek context, Article 216(1) of the Hellenic Code of Civil Procedure contains a similar requirement, since in addition to the information required by Articles 118 or 117 of that same Code, it must also contain (a) a clear statement of the facts supporting the action in law and entitling the plaintiff to file it against the defendant, (b) an accurate description of the dispute, and (c) a specific request.

How  many legal translators can point to texts they seen for legal translation that don’t meet these requirements?Continue Reading..

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