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Facts Inquiry Room
Facts Inquiry Room

 

 

Inside of Facts Inquiry Room
 

 

This is the “Facts Inquiry Room”.
            Administrative Court proceedings are inquisitorial. The fact-finding process is primarily based on documentary evidence, but in some cases, if the facts are unclear or technically complicated, the Court will summon the parties to be present to gather further facts or interrogate expert witnesses having specialized knowledge in such particular cases. The investigation is held in the facts inquiry room, not in the courtroom or the trial room. Only one judge participates in the inquiry process. Unlike on the hearing day, the judge in charge of the case or the judge-rapporteur will not wear a black robe while conducting an investigation. The seats of the parties in the facts inquiry room are similar to those in the courtroom. The right side is reserved for the plaintiff and the left side for the defendant. When a witness or expert witness is called, they will sit next to either the plaintiff or the defendant.

 





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