Directions Appointment

Czech translation: předběžné/přípravné jednání

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English term or phrase:Directions Appointment
Czech translation:předběžné/přípravné jednání
Entered by: jankaisler

08:23 Aug 3, 2016
English to Czech translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / Family Law
English term or phrase: Directions Appointment
Timetabling in respect of all reports, statements and hearing be addressed at first Directions Appointment.
Jirina Nevosadova
Czech Republic
Local time: 15:02
předběžné/přípravné jednání
Explanation:
předběžné/přípravné jednání soudu

"Matters then move on to the "directions appointment" proper at which the court will consider what should be done next. Proceedings are normally quite informal and the judge will simply be trying to establish what the issues are and what needs to be done in the way of preparation of evidence for the court. In the majority of cases the court will order each party to file a statement within so many days (usually 14 days or so). These statements will set out the history of the matter, explain what each party wants from the court and why."
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directions appointment
předběžné/přípravné jednání


Explanation:
předběžné/přípravné jednání soudu

"Matters then move on to the "directions appointment" proper at which the court will consider what should be done next. Proceedings are normally quite informal and the judge will simply be trying to establish what the issues are and what needs to be done in the way of preparation of evidence for the court. In the majority of cases the court will order each party to file a statement within so many days (usually 14 days or so). These statements will set out the history of the matter, explain what each party wants from the court and why."


    Reference: http://www.terry.co.uk/child02.html
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