In general, the court can order, on the basis of a proposal of a plaintiff, that a defendant is obligated to do something, to abstain from something, or to countenance something. In the above mentioned cases the court can take a final decision or a provisional measure if a plaintiff requires it. The court can order the compensation of damage, or the obligation of compensation of non-property damage by adjudicating the right to satisfaction in the form of pecuniary implementation. The court also makes declaratory decisions with regard to the existence or non-existence of legal relations. Regarding the conditions of law enforcement in the Slovak legal system, the principles applied are the same as those valid in all European continental systems. Generally, a plaintiff has to prove that he is the holder of the right which he asserts, or that he has a well-founded legal interest in determining the existence or non-existence of a legal relation. It is on the plaintiff, however, that the burden of proof lies in relation to the determination and proof that the defendant is the bearer of an obligation, or is a person liable. In most frequent cases of compensation for damage it is necessary to prove the existence of illegal action, nexus causalis and value of damage. In the case of compensation for non property damage, its determination is left to the discretion of the court.
If a person is held liable, then orders for the destruction or other disposal of goods, materials and implements for their production can be considered. This statement, however, remains only in the theoretical domain since there has not yet been any experience with the above-mentioned method in the Slovak Republic.
According to the Code of Civil Procedure the party, fully or prevailingly successful in the court proceedings, has the right to compensation for the expenses of the proceedings, including attorney's fees as well as legal payments and other legitimate costs related to the law enforcement.