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A new tool to defeat dilatory tactics in judicial proceedings

By David Paradis, from our Litigation and Labour and Employment Law Groups.

June 2, 2017 — With article 342 of the Code of civil procedure [CCP], a Court can now remedy “substantial breaches” in the conduct of a proceeding by ordering the faulty party to pay to its opponent a fair and reasonable amount as compensation for its lawyer’s fees.

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KLA Alert – Direito Imobiliário – Fevereiro 2016

ESTÁ CHEGANDO A HORA DA USUCAPIÃO EXTRAJUDICIAL

Em pouco tempo, 17 de março de 2016, entrará em vigor o novo Código de Processo Civil e com ele, as inovações trazidas em seu artigo 1.071 que trata da usucapião extrajudicial.

Essa alteração em nosso sistema, tal como aquela feita pela Lei nº 10.931/04 que inaugurou o procedimento administrativo de retificação do registro imobiliário, é coerente com o importante movimento legislativo que possibilita tirar da atividade jurisdicional determinadas questões em que não haja, em tese, prejuízo a interesses de terceiro, atribuindo ao registrador imobiliário e ao tabelião de notas, os poderes para a sua solução.

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NOTICE TO LAWYERS: RSS’s practice on new notification procedures

December 9, 2015 — The new Code of Civil Procedure, scheduled to come into force on January 1, 2016, expressly allows notification by technological means:

110. Notification may be made by any appropriate method that provides the notifier with proof that the document was delivered, sent or published. Such methods include notification by court bailiff, by mail, by delivery, by technological means and by public notice.
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In preparation for this new communication mode, RSS has created a special e-mail address: 

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Reminder to Insurers: On January 1, 2016, the New CCP Will Affect Your Files

November 6, 2015 — With the coming into force of the new Code of Civil Procedure on January 1, 2016, it is important to remember that several new provisions will affect the management of your files. 

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