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Consultation room
Consultation room


 

The front area of the consultation room
 
         The consultation room is reserved for providing consultation services to people before they submit a plaint before the Court. Administrative case officials will provide necessary advice free of charge. Plaintiffs can file a case by themselves. Lawyers are not required as in the Court of Justice. However, many people are confused and lack understanding of the proceedings of administrative litigation so will frequently be in doubt as to whether the case falls under the jurisdiction of the Administrative Court or whether the plaint complies with the requirements of administrative procedures. Providing consultation assists these people and also helps reduce the number of cases that would subsequently be refused by the court and therefore saves the time of administrative judges. There are six consultation rooms. One is reserved for consultation on cases falling within the jurisdiction of the Supreme Administrative Court. The other rooms are reserved for cases for which the Central Administrative Court is responsible.  Consultation by letter and by phone is also available. Normally, there are 10 cases per day for consultation in person plus another 10 to 15 phone consultations.  




Modified date : 3 Jun. 2014 | Top Up |



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