Basic knowledge of the organisation of the Belgian justice system is required.
Part I: General Principles 1. Nature and function of civil procedural law 2. Basic concepts 3. Structure of the judiciary Part II. Juridiction and competence 1.Definition 2. Competence ratione materiae 3. Competence ratione loci 4. Conflicts of competence Part III: Civil procedure 1. Proceedings 2. Incidents 3. Proof and evidence 4. Appeal systems 5. Special procedures 6. Seizure and execution.
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