Disputes | 15 October 2019

Since 2018, Hungary has a new act on civil court procedures (Act CXXX of 2017 – the Act) which has brought about significant reforms after 50 years. The reforms were aimed at healing previous shortcomings, such as lengthy and tedious procedures, and making court cases concise, yet professional in quite a tight structure. As almost two years have passed since then, it is time to examine how real-life court procedures have changed, if at all. [Continue Reading]