RULES SPECIFIC TO GRACIOUS MATTER
LexInter | April 29, 2003 | 0 Comments

RULES SPECIFIC TO GRACIOUS MATTER

NEW CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

Chapter II: Rules specific to graceful matter

Article 25

   The judge rules in a non-binding matter when, in the absence of a dispute, he is seized of a request which the law requires, due to the nature of the case or the quality of the applicant, to be submitted to his control. .

Article 26

   The judge may base his decision on all the facts relating to the case submitted to him, including those which have not been alleged.

Article 27

The judge carries out, even ex officio, all useful investigations.
He has the option of hearing without formalities the persons who can inform him as well as those whose interests are likely to be affected by his decision.

Article 28

   The judge can rule without debate.

Article 29

   A third party may be authorized by the judge to consult the case file and to obtain a copy of it, if he has a legitimate interest.

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