THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ISSUANCE OF AN INTERIM ORDER – A COMPARISON OF THE SLOVENIAN, CROATIAN, AUSTRIAN, AND GERMAN REGULATIONS
Neža Pogorelčnik Vogrinc, Ph. D., Teacher Assistent, Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana, Poljanski nasip 2, Ljubljana, Slovenia; email@example.com
PRETPOSTAVKE ZA ODREĀIVANJE PRIVREMENE MJERE – USPOREDBA SLOVENSKOG, HRVATSKOG, AUSTRIJSKOG I NJEMAČKOG UREĀENJA
Dr. sc. Neža Pogorelčnik Vogrinc, asistentica Pravnog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Ljubljani, Poljanski nasip 2, Ljubljana, Slovenija; firstname.lastname@example.org
Interim orders are important means to secure claims. Their value in practise depends on the statutory regulation of the requirements for their issuance and their interpretation in case law. The most important condition for an interim order to be granted is the existence of a monetary or non-monetary claim – the object that is to be secured. The other requirement varies depending on the nature of the claim and in some countries also the aim of the interim order – the securing of future enforcement or a temporary regulation of the legal relation in dispute. The article presents different systems of the provisional securing of claims in Slovenia, Croatia, Austria, and Germany and compares the relevant requirements, the existence of which has to be demonstrated by the petitioner in order to succeed in securing the claim against the debtor.
Keywords: interim order, claim, subjective or objective risk, damage difficult to repair, use of force