The paper analyses in detail the changes in civil procedures between 1989 and 2011. The analysis includes political and legal conditions affecting the accepted procedural solutions. It describes legislative developments in the successive parliamentary terms. Also, the authors present the intensive changes to the aforementioned law and the frequency of the initiatives proposed by the authorized bodies; this includes the adequate statistics and the information about the length of proceedings in the individual component chambers. The paper presents a comprehensive, unique deliberations on legislation, including judicial decisions of the Constitutional Tribunal as a negative legislator which initiates legislative work of the Civil Law Codification Committee, as well as the amendment to the civil procedure proposed by the Minister of Justice.