|Processes » The Contentious Trial » The Ordinary Contentious Trial » Proofs » Judicial examination and inspection|
|Canon 1582.||If, in order to decide a case, the judge considers it opportune to visit some place or to inspect some thing, the judge, after having heard the parties, is to order it by a decree describing in summary fashion those things which must be exhibited during the visit or inspection.|
|Canon 1583.||When the visit or inspection has been completed, a report about it is to be drafted.|
Page generated in 0.011 seconds.
Website code © 2019 (MIT License). Version 2.7.2, last updated February 17, 2019. FAQ