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Meyer, Dieter

Gerichtskosten der streitigen Gerichtsbarkeiten und des Familienverfahrens

Kommentar zum Gerichtskostengesetz (GKG) und zum Gesetz über Gerichtskosten in Familiensachen (FamGKG)

[Court Fees Act]

Series:De Gruyter Kommentar

    99,95 € / $150.00 / £91.00*

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    12. neu bearb. Aufl.
    Publication Date:
    December 2010
    Copyright year:
    2011
    ISBN
    978-3-11-025068-8
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    Overview

    • Up-to-date, extensively revised new edition
    • Includes the catalogue of claim values 2009 for the social courts and the new catalogue of claim values for the tax courts
    • Contains the commentary on the Court Fees Act (GKG) as well as the Act on Court Fees in Family Law Matters (FamGKG), including costs schedule and expenses

    Aims and Scope

    The Reform Act on Proceedings in Family Matters and Matters of Non-Contentious Jurisdiction (FGG-Reform) from 1 September 2009, which was carried out within the legislative process in a strikingly hectic manner, brought with it numerous changes to the law of costs related to contentious jurisdiction, producing a wealth of literature and case law on the subject matter. With particular regard to the Act on Court Fees in Family Law Matters (FamGKG), which was revised more than once before the FGG came into effect, there is of course extensive literature to take into account. The appendices to section 48 and 52 GKG (Court Fees Act, GKG) on claim values / values of the matter were extensively revised and to a large extent newly structured. Especially noteworthy features are the reorganized and significantly improved catalogue of claim values 2009 for the social courts and the new catalogue of claim values for the tax courts. Both catalogues are listed in the appendix to section 52 GKG.

    The well-established standard reference work on the law of costs contains commentary on the Court Fees Act (GKG) as well as the Act on Court Fees in Family Law Matters (FamGKG), including costs schedule and expenses. The new edition is updated through July 2010.

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    Details

    xxiv, 861 pages
    Language:
    German
    Type of Publication:
    Commentary
    Keyword(s):
    Court Fees (Commentary)
    Readership:
    Judges/Courts, Marshals, Attorneys, Notaries, Law Clerks, Counselors, Collection Agencies, Authorities, Associations, Insurance Companies, Health Insurances, Academic Departments, Libraries

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