Seminar on the Service and Evidence Regulations recast – at Maastricht University on 19 June 2023 (in Dutch)






A seminar will be held on 19 June 2023 at Maastricht University in the Netherlands concerning the Service and Evidence Regulations recast (see here our previous post regarding these regulations).

This seminar is being organised within the framework of the DIGI-GUARD project, which is co-funded by the European Union under the JUST-2021-JCOO program and which stands for Digital communication and safeguarding the parties’ rights: challenges for European civil procedure.

Among the topics to be discussed will be the electronic service of documents, e-codex and many other practicalities relating to the service and the taking of evidence within the European Union. It will include breakout sessions where practical examples will be discussed and led by officials / practitioners.

Discussions will take place in Dutch.

For more information (incl. registration), please click here. Attendance is possible both online and in-person. Please find the program below.


13:00 – 13:25 uur Ontvangst en inschrijving
13:30 – 13:40 uur Welkom door Pauline van der Grinten
13:40 – 14:25 uur Wannes Vandenbussche
De Betekeningsverordening: een overzicht van de recente wijzigingen en een stand van zaken
14:30 – 15:15 uur Cedric Vanleenhove
De Bewijsverordening: een overzicht van recente wijzigingen en een stand van zaken
15:30 – 16:15 uur Praktische oefeningen (breakout rooms)

  1. Betekenen in het buitenland – o.l.v. Bartosz Sujecki en een gerechtsdeurwaarder
  2. Bewijsvoering in het buitenland – o.l.v. een rechter
16:20 – 16:40 uur Marta Pertegás Sender
Het DIGI-GUARD project: relevantie voor de rechtspraktijk
16:40 – 17:00 uur Discussie
17:00 – 18:00 uur Borrel


Many other activities (mainly in English) are being held as part of the DIGI-GUARD project, click here for more information.

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