Infographic

Dagvaardingsprocedure Civiel bij de Rechtbank (Dutch Summons Proceedings)

 349 ex. VAT

Use visualised information to help your clients understand better what to expect in litigation. This set of infographics explains essential Dutch civil proceedings before a District Court. The infographics illustrate what people can generally expect: what steps are there, who is involved, and how long these proceedings usually take.
Don’t keep your client in the dark; instead, help them see the trajectory in litigation.
Each infographic serves a different type of client:
  • The infographic for professionals (Dutch) uses the correct legal terminology, making it extra helpful for professionals who want to know exactly where they stand. It’s the information leaflet your clients want to take home.
  • The infographic in plain language (Dutch) is our most accessible version, using as little law-specific terminology as possible, and answers the most commonly asked questions. It’s perfect for clients who have never had to deal with litigation.
  • The infographic in plain English for your international clients

Description

FAQ and instructions:
Are the infographics legally accurate?

The infographics are designed in cooperation with legal experts and are regularly updated. It doesn’t aim to be complete but gives basic information on civil summons proceedings before a Dutch District Court. If you’re a lawyer, always make sure you give your clients up-to-date information.

 

How will I receive the infographics?

After purchase, you receive a pdf file. The infographics aren’t editable.

File delivery and specifications

Your download is a pdf file. It can be printed, attached to an email or viewed online. Best viewed on larger screens (computer or tablet).

Be cool - respect the maker

You can use the infographic for all your communication with your clients. Just respect the maker: only share it with your clients and don’t resell it to anyone. Editing is not allowed. And when sharing on social media, tag us, please. We’ll also tag you back! 🙂

PSST… read this fine print

NOTE: This information only applies to the jurisdiction of the Netherlands and only to proceedings before a District Court (Rechtbank), not appeal proceedings and not ‘kantonprocedure’. Also, it only applies to proceedings initiated with a writ of summons (‘dagvaarding’).

 

DISCLAIMER: The information in this infographic is updated regularly, but Aclara Legal Design is not responsible or liable for any of the contents. The infographic cannot be construed as legal advice. Always make sure you get support from a legal services provider when confronted with legal proceedings.

Custom design wishes?

Do you want these infographics in your branding? Or change any of the text? Contact us! Customisation starts at € 449 ex VAT.

Frequently Asked Questions

Legal design is a user-centred, creative, problem-solving methodology and mindset aiming to improve legal products, services and systems. It combines legal expertise, information design and design thinking. That means it’s collaborative by nature and requires curiosity, experimentation and empathy. The best way to get to know legal design is by participating!

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FAQ and instructions:
Are the infographics legally accurate?

The infographics are designed in cooperation with legal experts and are regularly updated. It doesn’t aim to be complete but gives basic information on civil summons proceedings before a Dutch District Court. If you’re a lawyer, always make sure you give your clients up-to-date information.

 

How will I receive the infographics?

After purchase, you receive a pdf file. The infographics aren’t editable.

File delivery and specifications

Your download is a pdf file. It can be printed, attached to an email or viewed online. Best viewed on larger screens (computer or tablet).

Be cool - respect the maker

You can use the infographic for all your communication with your clients. Just respect the maker: only share it with your clients and don’t resell it to anyone. Editing is not allowed. And when sharing on social media, tag us, please. We’ll also tag you back! 🙂

PSST… read this fine print

NOTE: This information only applies to the jurisdiction of the Netherlands and only to proceedings before a District Court (Rechtbank), not appeal proceedings and not ‘kantonprocedure’. Also, it only applies to proceedings initiated with a writ of summons (‘dagvaarding’).

 

DISCLAIMER: The information in this infographic is updated regularly, but Aclara Legal Design is not responsible or liable for any of the contents. The infographic cannot be construed as legal advice. Always make sure you get support from a legal services provider when confronted with legal proceedings.

Custom design wishes?

Do you want these infographics in your branding? Or change any of the text? Contact us! Customisation starts at € 449 ex VAT.

Frequently Asked Questions

Legal design is a user-centred, creative, problem-solving methodology and mindset aiming to improve legal products, services and systems. It combines legal expertise, information design and design thinking. That means it’s collaborative by nature and requires curiosity, experimentation and empathy. The best way to get to know legal design is by participating!

Frequently Asked Questions

Legal design is a user-centred, creative, problem-solving methodology and mindset aiming to improve legal products, services and systems. It combines legal expertise, information design and design thinking. That means it’s collaborative by nature and requires curiosity, experimentation and empathy. The best way to get to know legal design is by participating!

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