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a foundation or association with full legal capacity that under its articles of association has the objective to protect similar interests of other persons, order that someone who, according to Article 1.1 under point (k) of the Act on the Compliance with Rules for the Protection of Consumers, is in violation of the provisions in component (a) of the appendix to that Act, stops making this offence (prohibitory injunction).Upon the request of an organisation or legal person referred to in paragraph 1 under point (a), (b) or (c), the Court of Appeal may also order that a code of conduct, which appears to be encouraging a violation of the provisions of Article 3a up to and including 3i of the Civil Code, is changed by the one who has issued this code of conduct as meant in Article 3a under point (i) of the Civil Code.If the effect of a judicial decision as meant in paragraph 1 is subject to a condition imposed by the court, then the keeper of the public registers for registered property shall refuse the registration of that decision if not also a notarial declaration or an authentic transcription (true copy) of such a declaration is submitted, from which shows that this condition is fulfilled.
Where someone is legally obliged towards another person to perform a juridical act, the court may order, upon a legal claim of the entitled person, that its judicial decision shall have the same force as a deed that should have been drawn up in accordance with all legal formalities by the person who is obliged to perform this juridical act or that a representative of this person, appointed by the court, shall perform this juridical act in his name, unless this is incompatible with the nature of the to be performed juridical act.
A legal action to set aside a judgment by default, an appeal to a higher court or an appeal in cassation must be registered at the court's register meant in Article 433 of the Code of Civil Procedure within eight days after the legal remedy has been brought to court.
Contrary to Article 143 of the Code of Civil Procedure the period for a legal action to set aside a judgment by default starts from the moment on which this judicial decision was served upon the defendant who did not appear in court, even when the decision was not handed over to him in person.
A right of action to claim the undoing (reversal) of an undue performance becomes prescribed on the expiry of five years from the day following the one on which the creditor has become aware of both the existence of his debt-claim and the identity of the recipient, and in any event twenty years from the day on which the debt-claim came into existence.
A right of action to claim damages or a contractual penalty becomes prescribed on the expiry of five years from the day following the one on which the injured person has become aware of both the inflicted damage or the fact that the contractual penalty has become due and demandable and the identity of the person who is liable for this damage or contractual penalty, and in any event twenty years from the day on which the event occurred that caused the damage or that made the contractual penalty become due and demandable (exigible).