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Training on amendments to the Law on Enforcement and Security Completed

05 12 2019

Training on amendments to the Law on Enforcement and Security Completed

In cooperation with the Ministry of Justice and the Judicial Academy, between October 1 and December 5, USAID Rule of Law Project delivered 10 one-day training sessions on the topic of amendments to the Law on Enforcement and Security which are coming into effect on January 1, 2020. Our training caravan toured the regional appellate seats in Serbia several times during this exercise – Belgrade, Novi sad, Kragujevac, and Nis – and presented the most important legislative changes to over 500 public enforcement officers and basic, higher, and commercial court judges in total.   

In addition to training, USAID Rule of Law Project provided support to the Ministry of Justice in developing an application that will allow the operation of an electronic notice board for the enforcement procedure. The electronic notice board will allow citizens easy access to the web service to check for any writs being served to them in an enforcement procedure, obviating the need to physically go to the courthouse. In this manner, an easier and quicker access to justice will be enabled allowing creditors, and most importantly debtors, to promptly react in all stages of the enforcement procedure.

Electronic notice board will become operational as of January 1, 2020, and its functionalities are currently being tested in the First Basic Court in Belgrade.

You can find an overview of the most important amendments to the Law on Enforcement and Security here.

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