Fiches Belges
Measure Implementation
Measure possibility

Legal Framework
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Competent authority
Request/decision
Execute/recognise measure

Accepted Languages
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Execution Deadline
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Fiches Belges: Slovenia

Order to produce documents (402)

1. MEASURE IMPLEMENTATION

Slovenia

Is this measure possible in your Member State under International Judicial Cooperation?

Yes. Objects that with reference to the criminal code must be taken, or might represent evidence in criminal proceedings, are to be seized and given over to the custody of the court or kept safe in some other way. Government authorities may decline the inspection or delivery of their files and other documents if they consider that the disclosure of their contents would prejudice the general interest. If they decline the inspection or delivery of the files and other documents, the final decision on the matter is made by the judicial panel. Commercial companies and other legal persons may demand that information concerning their business operations are not to be published. The investigating judge may order postal, telegraphic and related organisations to retain and deliver to him, against a certificate of receipt, letters, telegrams and other shipments addressed to the suspect or sent by him, if the circumstances give reason to expect that such shipments will represent evidence in the proceedings. The investigating judge opens the delivered shipments in the presence of two witnesses, taking care that the seals are not damaged. The envelopes bearing the addresses are placed in safe custody and a record of the opening is made.

2. LEGAL FRAMEWORK

Slovenia

International legal framework applicable for this measure in your Member State

Convention of 29 May 2000 on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters between the Member States of the European Union; European Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters with Additional Protocols; Schengen Convention, Bilateral Agreements.

3. COMPETENT AUTHORITY TO:

Slovenia

* receive the request/decision for judicial cooperation

District Courts

* execute/recognise the measure (if other than the receiving authority)

N/A

4. ACCEPTED LANGUAGES

Slovenia

Accepted languages for the request/decision

Slovenian/English

5. EXECUTION DEADLINE

Slovenia

Deadlines for the execution of the request/decision (where applicable)

N/A

6. CONCISE LEGAL PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Slovenia

a. Special requirements

N/A

b. Other useful information

N/A

Last reviewed on 6 July 2016 by EJN Secretariat

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