Issue 2 (2015)

REPORT CONNECTED TO DEFAULT JUDGEMENT AND PROBLEMS CONNECTED TO IT’S APPEAL

Abstract: The results of the research presented: 1. Default judgment is inadmissible if the counterclaim against claim is not submitted and term for submission of counterclaim was determined by the official of the court chancellery. 2. Default judgment is inadmissible in the Court of Appeal on the grounds that countim is not submitted against the appeal. 3. Default judgement against a party cannot be used as a sanction. If the default judgment against a party is given legally, such parties would not be held liable for the payment of courts costs. 4. If the court doesn’t satisfy the appeal (complaint)submitted against the default judgment and upholds the default judgment, the dissatisfied party can appeal the court’s act in the Court of Appeals. Under such circumstances the appellant cannot be imposed to pay state tax 4percent of a claim’s value.

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