San Marino - Central Authority (Art. 2, 18) & practical information

(previous Central Authority information)

Central Authority (as per 27 January 2010):

Tribunale Unico of the Republic of San Marino 

Contact details:

Address: Tribunale Unico of the Republic of San Marino
Via 28 Luglio n. 194
47893 Borgo Maggiore
Repubblica di San Marino
Telephone: +378 0549 885 435
Fax: +378 0549 882 598
E-mail: aia.tribunale@pa.sm
General website: -
Contact person: Avv. Davide Gasperoni
Avv. Silvia Ricci
Languages spoken by staff: Italian, English, French

Practical Information:

Forwarding authorities
(Art. 3(1)):
Judicial authorities and those that have jurisdictional functions 
Methods of service
(Art. 5(1)(2)):
Formal service (Art. 5(1)(a))
Formal service under Article 5(1) of the Convention, on the other hand, is the only permissible. The original document must be served and any attachments thereto have been prepared in Italian or have optherwise been translated into Italian. 
Translation requirements
(Art. 5(3)):
Service requested within the meaning of Article 5(1) of the Convention requires that all documents to be served must be prepared in Italian or that a legalized and sworn translation in Italian be attached thereto.
Costs relating to execution of the request for service
(Art. 12):

The costs proceeding from each request for service in accordance with Article 5(1)(a)(b) have to be paid in advance in the amount of 50,00 Euro.

The payment of service costs should be made to:

Ufficio Registro e Ipoteche della Repubblica di San Marino
Via 28 Luglio n. 196
47893 Borgo Maggiore
Repubblica di San Marino
SWIFT CODE: ICSMSMSMXXX
IBAN SM44 A032 2509 8000 0001 0005 403 

Copy of payment should be attached to the documents.

Time for execution of request: The service of documents is usually processed within 4-6 weeks excluding the time required for shipment.
Oppositions and declarations
(Art. 21(2)):
Click here to read all the declarations made by San Marino under this Convention.
Art. 8(2): Opposition
Art. 10(a): Opposition
Art. 10(b): Opposition
Art. 10(c): Opposition
Art. 15(2): Declaration of applicability
Art. 16(3): No declaration of applicability

Derogatory channels (bilateral or multilateral agreements or internal law permitting other transmission channels)
(Arts. 11, 19, 24 and 25)

Disclaimer:
Information may not be complete or fully updated – please contact the relevant authorities to verify this information.

 
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(This page was last updated on 25 January 2012)

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