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Code of Civil Procedure

The Republic of Estonia The Parliament of Estonia Country Resources Capacity related legislation Estonia 31 December 2006 Legislation/regulation guardian, legal capacity

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The purpose of civil procedure is to guarantee adjudication of civil matters by the court justly, within a reasonable period of time and at the minimum possible cost.

Also, if curatorship has been established over the property of an absent person due to the person going missing or a guardian has been appointed to a person due to his or her restricted active legal capacity or if imprisonment has been imposed on a person as punishment, a divorce action against such person may be filed also with the court of the general jurisdiction of the plaintiff.

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