The paradox of access to justice: Emprical research into the attitude of the Cantonal Judge towards unrepresented parties in Dutch civil procedure

Stefan Nieuwenhuis, Bianca Laarhoven, Jeffrey van Nuland, Fokke Fernhout

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRevisiting procedural human rights
Subtitle of host publicationFundamentals of civil procedure and the changing fce of cvil justice
EditorsA. Uzelac, C.H. van Rhee
Place of PublicationCambridge-Antwerp-Portland
PublisherIntersentia
Pages287-305
Number of pages19
ISBN (Print)978-17-8068-533-5
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2017

Publication series

SeriesIus Commune Europaeum
Volume157

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Nieuwenhuis, S., Laarhoven, B., van Nuland, J., & Fernhout, F. (2017). The paradox of access to justice: Emprical research into the attitude of the Cantonal Judge towards unrepresented parties in Dutch civil procedure. In A. Uzelac, & C. H. van Rhee (Eds.), Revisiting procedural human rights: Fundamentals of civil procedure and the changing fce of cvil justice (pp. 287-305). Intersentia. Ius Commune Europaeum, Vol.. 157