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22.05.2020|Ministry of Justice

The cause of insolvency will undergo more scrutinisation in the future

14 May 2020. During today’s session, the government approved the draft of the Minister of Justice under which an Insolvency Division will be established under the Competition Authority.
22.05.2020|Ministry of Justice

E-solutions can hereinafter be used during general meetings

18 May 2020. The Riigikogu adopted a law that extends the options for electronic solutions available to legal persons during meetings and simplifies adoption of decisions. The term prescribed for the submission of the annual report will also be extended this year.
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03.04.2020|Ministry of Justice

Remote notarial authentication options to be significantly expanded

3.04.2020. The options of the recently launched remote notarial authentication will be expanded significantly. From now on, it will be possible to authenticate, for example, real estate transactions via the video bridge without leaving home or office. Although the new solution was initially planned to be tested gradually, the Ministry of Justice decided to speed up the implementation of remote authentication to limit the spread of the coronavirus and ensure vital public services at the same time.
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03.04.2020|Ministry of Justice

Entrepreneurs in difficulty due to the crisis to receive extra time

3.04.2020. At today’s sitting, the Government approved the draft legislation suspending the obligation for companies to file for bankruptcy and imposing a ban on creditors filing for bankruptcy during the emergency situation and for a further period of two months. This amendment provides entrepreneurs with an opportunity to adapt their economic activities to the current situation and use the state aid measures.
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03.04.2020|Ministry of Justice

More digital solutions can be used in criminal proceedings

3.04.2020. Yesterday, The Government approved the draft legislation submitted by the Ministry of Justice, making it possible to use more digital solutions in criminal and misdemeanour proceedings and, therefore, reduce physical contact in the performance of procedural acts. This is part of the consolidated draft legislation prepared by the Government to combat COVID-19. 
18.03.2020|Ministry of Justice

State-of-emergency legislation and translations are available at Riigi Teataja

18.03.2020. To ensure that state-of-emergency legislation could be found from a single place, this information is available on the website of Riigi Teataja in the form of direct links.  
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14.05.2019|Ministry of Justice

The judicial proceedings of Estonia are still the most efficient and quickest in Europe

30.04.2019. For several consecutive years, Estonia has been at the second place among Member States of the European Union in a freshly published comparative table of justice systems called “Justice Scoreboard 2019” thanks to the efficiency and speed of the judicial system. 
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26.02.2019|Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice entered into an agreement with Finland for the exchange of business register data

26.02.2019 The Secretary General of the Ministry of Justice Tõnis Saar and the Director General of the Finnish Patent and Registration Office Antti Riivari signed an agreement today in Helsinki, under which data shall hereinafter be exchanged between the business registers of the two countries.  
23.08.2018|Ministry of Justice

A memorial for the Estonian victims of communism in Maarjamäe is open

23 August 2018 Today, on the European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Stalinism and Nazism, a memorial for the Estonian victims of communism was opened in Maarjamäe, Tallinn, which is a tribute to the victims of communism and a place of remembrance for their loved ones.
23.08.2018|Ministry of Justice

Representatives from eight countries adopted a joint statement to commemorate the victims of communism

23 August 2018 At the invitation of Minister of Justice Urmas Reinsalu, the government representatives of European Union countries gathered in Tallinn on the European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Stalinism and Nazism to adopt a joint statement to commemorate the victims of communism and to s

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