Quick judgment – is that possible?

Changes in the civil procedure have been in force since November 7, 2019. The introduced changes relate to the way the case is prepared for the court to be examined, prevention of abuse of procedural law, changes in economic, prescriptive, simplified and labor law cases, streamlining of proceedings and the amount of court costs. It will be the courts’ responsibility to plan hearings and organize pre-trial proceedings, while encouraging the parties to resolve the dispute amicably. Generally speaking, evidence will only be available before the court approves the hearing plan. The changes provide for penalties for parties that postpone matters, e.g. by continuing filing complaints in order to delay proceedings. The changes also apply to the grounds for exclusion of a judge, requests for rectification, interpretation of a judgment and the appointment of an official representative.
An important change for many entrepreneurs is establishing the concept of economic matter and its scope. In cases in simplified proceedings it will be possible to claim claims for a benefit of up to 20,000. In the order proceedings, a significant change is the fact that there is no obligation to submit a payment request accepted by the debtor and returned by the bank.
The new rules of procedure also introduce new rules regarding jurisdiction.
Theoretically introduced modifications should improve the operation of courts. However, is changing the regulations alone sufficient?