Definition

The Institute’s main activity relates to the supply of legal information on foreign laws, EU law, international law and Greek law to certain categories of natural and legal persons.

‘Legal information’ is defined as information provided to the interested party in writing as regards a specific question of law, including – as the case may be – any relevant legislative provisions and case law.

In providing legal information, the Institute does not in any way interpret the relevant rules of law. Similarly, it neither submits facts to such rules nor does it provide expert opinions or legal advice.

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