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Das Juristische Büro

Zeitschrift für Kostenrecht und Zwangsvollstreckung

12 Issues per year

WOLTERS KLUWER DEUTSCHLAND

    275,00 € / $331.00 / £207.00*

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    ISSN
    2366-1941
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    Overview

    Aims and Scope

    This renowned journal deals with all essential issues on German cost law.

    "JurBüro" provides law practitioners and their employees important information in the billing process through practice oriented articles and extensive jurisprudence with the most current annotation on judicial decisions. The problem since July 1, 2006, of preparing compensation agreements for extrajudicial counselling and expert opinions is thoroughly examined in all sections of this journal.

    Every month, you can find valuable advice in RVG-Tips on how to exploit the statutory fee limits and avoid making mistakes in the fee system. Questions posed by readers of "JurBüro" on difficult cases they are currently encountering in their everyday practice are resolved in the section "Kostenpraxis". Another focus of this journal deals with enforcement proceedings.

    The section "Für Sie gelesen" offers you a regular overview of important decisions in substantive law. The section "Haftpflichtecke" and detailed reviews of literature round off the profile of this journal.

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    WOLTERS KLUWER DEUTSCHLAND
    Language:
    German
    Type of Publication:
    Journal

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