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Regulation (EC) No 805/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council creating a European Enforcement Order for uncontested claims

European Regulation No 805/2004 ("European Enforcement Order for uncontested claims") of 21 April 2004 introduced the European enforcement order for uncontested claims in civil and commercial matters. The European Enforcement Order for uncontested claims presents the first step in European procedural law towards abolishing the exequatur proceeding. Since the Brussels Ia Regulation abolished the need for an exequatur proceeding in general, the European Enforcement Order for uncontested claims is only relevant for judgments which do not fall within the scope of application of Brussels Ia.


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SUBJECT MATTER, SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS
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CHAPTER II
EUROPEAN ENFORCEMENT ORDER
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CHAPTER III
MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR UNCONTESTED CLAIMS PROCEDURES
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CHAPTER IV
ENFORCEMENT
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CHAPTER V
COURT SETTLEMENTS AND AUTHENTIC INSTRUMENTS
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CHAPTER VI
TRANSITIONAL PROVISION
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CHAPTER VII
RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER COMMUNITY INSTRUMENTS
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CHAPTER VIII
GENERAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS
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