Hongrie - Autorité centrale & informations pratiques

Autorité(s) centrale(s):

Ministry of Justice

Coordonnées :
Adresse: Ministry of Justice (Igazságügyi Minisztérium)
Department of Private International Law (Nemzetközi Magánjogi Föosztály)

Address:
Kossuth tér 2-4.
1055 Budapest
Hungary

Mailing Address: / Adresse postale:
P.O. Box 2
1357 Budapest
Hungary

Mailing Address for Delivery by Private Courier: / Adresse postale pour livraison par transporteur privé
c/o Postal Bureau of the Parliament (Országházi Levélátvevö)
Balassi Bálint utca 1-3
1055 Budapest
Hungary
Téléphone: +36 (1) 795 4846 / 795 6094
Télécopieur: +36 (1) 795 0463
Courriel: nmfo@kim.gov.hu
Site Internet: http://www.kormany.hu/hu/kozigazgatasi-es-igazsagugyi-miniszterium
Personne à contacter:  
Langues de communication: hongrois, allemand, anglais, français

Informations pratiques:
(Les informations suivantes ont été fournies par les autorités étatiques concernées ou ont été obtenues à partir des réponses aux Questionnaires sur la Convention Notification)

Autorités expéditrices
(art. 3(1)):
Ministry of Public Administration and Justice 
Formes de signification ou de notification
(art. 5(1)(2)):
The special rules applicable to the service of official documents are available in Section 99 of the Code of Civil Procedure, Sections 27 to 32 of Government Decree no. 335/2012 (XII.4.) as well as Sections 35 and 35/A of Decree of the Minister of Justice no. 14/2002 (VIII.1.).

Formal Service:

Official documents are in principle served by post thus this is the method of service usually used for accomplishment of requests for formal service.
The official document is posted with a specific acknowledgement of receipt. The postal service provider attempts to serve the document on the addressee or any other authorised recipient.
If the addressee declines to accept the document, the document must be considered served on the day of the unsuccessful service. In that event the postal service provider returns the official document without delay to the sender with the notice "delivery refused" and the legal consequences in connection with the served document are to be applied.
If the first service attempt is unsuccessful (but the addressee's address is otherwise correct), the postal service provider shall leave a notice at the given address informing the addressee that 1) the postal service provider tried to serve an official document, 2) it will attempt to serve the document on the fifth working day following the day of the unsuccessful delivery and 3) the addressee can collect the official document at the post office upon proof of identity.
Should the second service also be unsuccessful, the postal service provider will leave a second notice informing the addressee that the official document can be collected at the post office within five working days of the second unsuccessful service. After five working days the postal service provider will return the official document to the sender with a notice indicating that it was "not claimed for" by the addressee. In this case the documents are deemed as served on the fifth working day of the second delivery attempt.

Informal Service:

The same rules apply as for formal service but the documents cannot be considered as served when the addressee refuses to accept them or they are returned by the postal service provider as "not claimed for".

For more information, see European Judicial Network in Civil and Commercial Matters - Service of documents - Hungary.

Exigences de traduction
(art. 5(3)):
Hungary has declared that service under Article 5(1) shall only be made if the document to be served is accompanied by an official translation into the Hungarian language.

By official translation the Hungarian Central Authority means a translation that is accepted for the purposes of judicial proceedings in the requesting Contracting State under its law thus a certain quality and reliablity is ensured.

Cliquer ici pour consulter toutes les déclarations faites par la Hongrie dans le cadre de la Convention Notification.

Frais d’exécution d’une demande de signification ou de notification
(art. 12):
Accomplishment of requests for formal or informal service is free of charge in Hungary.
Délai d’exécution: The average time frame of service is between two and three months that can be surpassed in problematic cases.
Opposition et déclarations
(art. 21(2)):
Cliquer ici pour consulter toutes les déclarations faites par la Hongrie dans le cadre de la Convention Notification.
Art. 8(2): Opposition
Art. 10(a): Opposition 
Art. 10(b): Opposition
Art. 10(c): Opposition
Art. 15(2): Déclaration d'applicabilité
Art. 16(3): Déclaration d'applicabilité
Voies dérogatoires (accords bilatéraux ou multilatéraux ou loi interne ouvrant d’autres voies de transmission)
(art. 11, 19, 24 et 25)

Clause de non-responsabilité
Les informations présentées ici peuvent être incomplètes ou imparfaitement mises à jour. Veuillez contacter les autorités concernées pour vérifier ces informations.

Le Règlement européen (CE) No 1393/2007 relatif à la signification et à la notification dans les Etats membres des actes judiciaires et extrajudiciaires en matière civile et commerciale (Strasbourg, 13 novembre 2007) (Atlas judiciaire européen - Signification et notification des actes).

Bilateral agreements with Albania, Australia, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, China, Egypt, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France (overseas territories), Montenegro, Russian Federation, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine.

Liens utiles: http://www.kormany.hu/hu/kozigazgatasi-es-igazsagugyi-miniszterium (en langue hongroise uniquement)

http://ec.europa.eu/civiljustice/serv_doc/serv_doc_hun_en.htm

(Dernière mise à jour de cette page: le 31 juillet 2014)

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