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Institutions, organisations and useful links related to Slovak law

Ministry of Justice

Ministry of Justice


Minister: Lucia Žitňanská


www.justice.gov.sk



Slovak Bar Association


- an independent, self-governing professional organisation with about 4,100 attorneys and 1,220 trainees as members.


www.sak.sk



Chamber of Notaries


- a self-governing professional organisation representing notaries in Slovakia. Its mission is to protect the interests of members, supervise their activities, and perform additional functions as required by law.


www.notar.sk



Public Defender – Ombudsman


Pavel Kandráč was elected Public Defender of Rights by the Slovak Parliament on March 19, 2002, becoming the country’s first ombudsman; he was re-elected to another five-year term on January 30, 2007.


www.vop.gov.sk



Elektronická zbierka zákonov


- The electronic collection of the text of Slovak laws (only in Slovak).


www.zbierka.sk


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