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  • Author or Editor: András Osztovits x
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The Hungarian legal society has been waiting for almost a decade for the legislator not to modify the Code of Civil Procedure in force but to find some time to adopt a new Code of Civil Procedure that meets the changed societal and economic expectations for a modern justice system. Their wish has been satisfied by the Hungarian Parliament, however, the new procedural code and its detailed rules will be heavily debated. This paper sets two aims: briefly presents the legal remedy system of the Hungarian Code of Civil Procedure in force, including the conceptual problems that have arisen during its application by the courts in the past 60 years, secondly, outlines the legal remedy system of the Bill on the new Hungarian Code of Civil Procedure and examines whether the conceptual problems presented could be successfully addressed by the new procedural code.

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