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The article analyses the notion of enforcement orders, reviews the enforcement orders issued by other institutions than courts, and discusses the proceedings of their issue, their importance in the civil procedure. The article is divided into four parts. In the first part analyses the notion of enforcement orders and its legal significance. The Code of Civil Procedure of the Republic of Lithuania ("CCP", Art. 1) determines the H. order of hearing of civil cases, decision making and their enforcement, application for recognition and enforcement of for eign court judgments and arbitration awards. The decisions of other institutions and officials are implemented by an order established by CCP, but CCP does not regulate their decision making, entry into force, the procedure of issue of enforce ment orders etc. The main difference between the documents issued by courts and other institutions is that the legitimacy of the court decisions, judgments, rulings and decrees can be monitored by the appeal and cassation procedure established by the CCP. For this reason the courts cannot consider the validity of the enforcement orders of other institutions. But if the enforcement order is issued by a different institution than court, in some cases the focus of the dispute can be this document itself.[...].
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