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Legal aid

Verified 02 December 2022 - Directorate of Legal and Administrative Information (Prime Minister), Ministry of Justice

You must enforce your rights, but you have no money ?

You may benefit from theLegal aid. In this case, it is State who support the cost procedure in your place. Be careful, you will not receive any money, the aid will be used to pay your legal expenses directly.

The applicable rules vary according to your place of residence and nationality.

We guide you through your process and explain your rights.

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  • A group of natural persons brought together to do something in common (companies, civil businesses, associations, State, local authorities, etc.). This group may also include natural persons and legal persons. It may also consist of only one member (e.g., single-person company with limited liability - EURL).

    A group of natural persons brought together to do something in common (companies, civil businesses, associations, State, local authorities, etc.). This group may also include natural persons and legal persons. It may also consist of only one member (e.g., single-person company with limited liability - EURL).

  • Physical (versus Legal)

    Physical (versus Legal)

    A group of natural persons brought together to do something in common (companies, civil businesses, associations, State, local authorities, etc.). This group may also include natural persons and legal persons. It may also consist of only one member (e.g., single-person company with limited liability - EURL).

    A group of natural persons brought together to do something in common (companies, civil businesses, associations, State, local authorities, etc.). This group may also include natural persons and legal persons. It may also consist of only one member (e.g., single-person company with limited liability - EURL).

  • Physical (versus Legal)

    Physical (versus Legal)

    A group of natural persons brought together to do something in common (companies, civil businesses, associations, State, local authorities, etc.). This group may also include natural persons and legal persons. It may also consist of only one member (e.g., single-person company with limited liability - EURL).

    A group of natural persons brought together to do something in common (companies, civil businesses, associations, State, local authorities, etc.). This group may also include natural persons and legal persons. It may also consist of only one member (e.g., single-person company with limited liability - EURL).

  • Physical (versus Legal)

    Physical (versus Legal)

    A group of natural persons brought together to do something in common (companies, civil businesses, associations, State, local authorities, etc.). This group may also include natural persons and legal persons. It may also consist of only one member (e.g., single-person company with limited liability - EURL).

    A group of natural persons brought together to do something in common (companies, civil businesses, associations, State, local authorities, etc.). This group may also include natural persons and legal persons. It may also consist of only one member (e.g., single-person company with limited liability - EURL).