The purpose of this paper is to present how overcrowding of the courts is a recurring and persistent problem of the judicial system in Romania. The problem is given on the one hand by the causes that have similarities between them but are not necessarily identical and which have their origin in a deficient regulation or a lack of correlation between the different normative acts, primary and / or secondary regulation, and on the other hand, by those identical, repetitive causes, usually triggered by a systemic problem. By using statistics, the paper aims to reflect the gravity of the situation regarding the activity in a busy court. The solution could be given by the implementation of some sort of standard system that comes with modern and efficient management tools existent in each institution regarding the justice system.
Doctrină: autori români şi străini
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