Exercise 2 – POLISH CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE (level: Advanced)
Fill in the gaps in the English translation of excerpts from the Polish Code of Civil Procedure with the words specified.
claimant, instance, jurisdiction, brought, residence, before, action
§ 1. A/an ________________ shall be ________________ ________________ a court of first ________________ that has territorial ________________ over the ________________ of the ________________.
servitude, rem, exclusive, servient, solely, dispute, possession, predial
§ 1. An action for property or other rights in ________________ to real property, as well as an action for ________________ of real property may be brought ________________ before the court of the place of its location. If the subject matter of the ________________ is a ________________ ________________, the jurisdiction shall be determined on the basis of the location of the ________________ estate.
ex officio, hearing, order, classified, morals, disclosed, thereof, threat, closed
§ 1. The court shall order ________________ that the whole ________________ or a part ________________ shall be ________________ if a public hearing poses a ________________ to public ________________ or good ________________ or if circumstances covered by ________________ information protection may be ________________.
§ 1. An action shall be brought before a court of first instance that has territorial jurisdiction over the domicile of the claimant.
§ 1. An action for property or other rights in rem to real property, as well as an action for possession of real property may be brought solely before the court of the place of its location. If the subject matter of the dispute is a predial servitude, the jurisdiction shall be determined on the basis of the location of the servient estate.
§ 1. The court shall order ex officio that the whole hearing or a part thereof shall be closed if a public hearing poses a threat to public order or good morals or if circumstances covered by classified information protection may be disclosed.
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