International Union of Judicial Officers
Union internationale des huissiers de justice et officiers judiciaires (UIHJ)
Internationale Union der Gerichtsvollzieher und Gerichtlichen Beamten
Internationale Unie van Gerechtsdeurwaarders en Gerechtelijke Officieren
1952-04-21 Paris France
21 Apr 1952, Paris (France). Previously also known as International Association of Sheriff Officers and Judicial Officers or International Union of Bailiffs and Law Officers. Registered by French Ministerial Decree, 19 Jan 1954.
Represent members to international organizations and ensure collaboration with national professional bodies; work to improve national procedural lax and international treaties; promote ideas, projects and initiatives which help to move forward and elevate the independent status of officers of Court.
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International Congress (every 3 years); Permanent Council; Bureau.
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