The seventh and last Report for the Collection of national implementing rules is out: Collection of German implementing rules!
The Heidelberg University EFFORTS Team noted that: “it can be observed that the German legislator largely relied on codified rules as a means of implementation of the regulations. These have the obvious advantage of easy detectability, particularly as the rules are placed in the ZPO, being the main act on civil procedure in German law. Both the provisions themselves as well as the section headings for each regulation explicitly refer to the pertinent regulation, thereby placing “sign- posts” for legal operators. All domestic implementation provisions entered into force at the moment in time in which the respective regulation became applicable”.
For the collection of the implementing rules with the overall assessment of the UHEI EFFORTS Team read the Report on the Collection of German implementing rules here.