Since 1 January 2011, the State Gazette is issued by the Ministry of Justice and housed by the Centre of Registers and Information Systems (RIK); the latter is also responsible for ensuring its technical functioning. State Gazette is issued only as an online publication available via the Internet.
- The front page of the State Gazette displays the newest publications and contains information about acts to be published in the near future.
- You can search for documents via the search form which is divided into searching in full texts and searching in source texts.
- Chronology allows finding the acts which were published at a specific point in time.
- Drafts search allows searching for a specific draft and review its progress.
- The search by time and place of court session allows finding the time and place of the publishing of a specific court judgement and of the relevant court session.
- The search of court judgements allows finding specific court judgements which have entered into force.
- The section of legal news allows reading published news about courts, legislation and other legal matters.
- In order to subscribe for e-mail notices and to create a personal linkbook, you need to register as a user of the State Gazette.
New possibilities of the State Gazette
Since the beginning of year 2012, new services of the State Gazette were established. From now on, the State Gazette publishes summaries of court judgements, including those of the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights, displays various legal news, and provides a search of the court judgements entered into force and the times of court sessions taking place.
Soon a search of draft legal acts will be taken into use; it will allow searching for various stages of progress of the legal acts already adopted and still being in progress, and will provide access to all the related progress data and prepared documents.