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23 July, 2015

COPIES OF PROCEDURAL DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED IN ELECTRONIC FORM ARE ALSO NEEDED

One may submit procedural documents to the court both in paper and electronic form. Legal provision to file copies of a procedural document in accordance with number of parties to proceedings equally refers to procedural documents filed in paper and electronic form.
13 July, 2015

THE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT ACCEPTS AN OATH OF AN ADVOCATE

On 13 July, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court accepted a vow of Irena Liepina, an advocate admitted to the Latvian Council of Sworn Advocates.
10 July, 2015

PARTICIPANTS OF THE SONG FESTIVAL FROM BALTINAVA VISIT THE SUPREME COURT

Despite tense schedule of rehearsals and concerts at the Song Festival, pupils from Music and Art School of Baltinava visited the Supreme Court on Friday. They came to Riga to participate in XI Latvian School Youth Song and Dance Festival. They told about their interest to see the Supreme Court to Aivars Keiss, the man from the same district, graduate of the Baltinava Secondary School, and now – the judge of the Supreme Court, to learn about daily routine of a judge of the Supreme Court, what features and skills a person must hold to be able to review the most complex disputes in civil cases.
8 July, 2015

SUPREME COURT: REPRESENTATION IN THE CASSATION INSTANCE COURT HAS PARTICULAR CONDITIONS

Despite amendments to the Civil Procedure Law, which entered into force on 4 January 2014, the Department of Civil Cases of the Supreme Court continues to receive cases with cassation complaints filed by representatives, who are prohibited by the law to be representatives in the cassation instance court. Thus, such complaints have not been examined (Clause 2, Paragraph Six, Section 453, Paragraph Two, Section 459 of the Civil Procedure Law (in wording effective after 26 May 2015)).
3 July, 2015

JAUTRITE BRIEDE DISCHARGES DUTIES OF AD HOC JUDGE IN THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

On 1 July, in Strasbourg, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights heard the case “Jeronovics v. Latvia”. Jautrite Briede, the judge of the Department of Administrative Cases of the Supreme Court, discharged duties of ad hoc judge in this case.