17 Pages Posted: 13 Nov 2009
Date Written: October 2009
This paper analyses articles 129 to 126 of the Spanish Civil Procedure Law (Ley 1/2000, 7 January, of Civil Judgment; BOE No. 7, 8.1.2007), regarding legal actions, specifically where legal actions are lodged, working days and hours, the assumptions in respect of which days qualify and times which not available, the time limits and the conclusions, their calculation, the inextendability of the time limits, the submission of briefs in respect of timing requirements for legal actions and their preclusion.
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Keywords: Civil Procedural Law, Spanish Civil Procedure Law, civil proceedings, legal action requirements, time limits, conclusions, working days and hours, inextendability, preclusion
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Gómez -De Liaño Polo, Carlos, The Place and Time of Legal Proceedings (Articles 129 to 136 CPL) (October 2009). InDret, Vol. 4, 2009. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1499131