Changes while Implementing Law-reforms and Albania as a new EU candidate country

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Show simple item record Danaj, Lorenc 2016-04-22T16:58:55Z 2016-04-22T16:58:55Z 2012-07
dc.identifier.issn 2079-3715
dc.description.abstract Obviously the study of this paper consists on identifying and why not in addressing the important factors underlying the bailiff office in Albania and changes in the form of organization, under the administrative and implementing reforms in law. The paper also introduces some changes in national law, private or state organizational form. The Bailiff Section in Albania serves two key roles as part of the Judiciary. Both roles help to ensure that justice is fairly administered and carry to its proper conclusion. The Bailiffs and their assistants serve summonses and other important legal documents on parties as required by a Court or Tribunal, or as requested by a person who is a party to litigation, as an instance, a court or tribunal sentence which parties are required to attend. Surely it cannot proceed unless there is proof that the parties concerned have had the summonses attending properly served on them in a specified way by law. The judicial power is one of the most important issues on the legal state. As stated in the Albanian constitution, one basic principle is: equality and control between governments. Our paper research will analyze the justice reforms in Albania; will analyze bailiff organizational management (private or state form). en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Academicus International Scientific Journal en_US
dc.subject Bailiff-private en_US
dc.subject state-services and bailiff law en_US
dc.subject Justice legislation en_US
dc.subject changes in administrative service en_US
dc.title Changes while Implementing Law-reforms and Albania as a new EU candidate country en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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