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Which Litigation Rights May the Parties of Litigation Exercise?
[2011-12-05]

í˝The plaintiff may lodge a lawsuit to the court, waive or modify his/her claims and apply for property preservation to the court;

í˝The defendant may respond to the plaintiffí»s claims, defend himself/herself and institute a countersuit; 

í˝The defendant may raise the objection to jurisdiction;

í˝The parties of litigation may entrust agent ad litem to partake in litigation;

í˝The parties of litigation may use their native spoken and written languages in court proceedings;

í˝In case that the judges, court clerks, interpreters, expert witnesses and inspectors are challenged in case of any circumstance as prescribed by law, the parties of litigation may petition for avoidance of the former.

í˝The parties of litigation may apply for the extension of time limit for adducing evidence or apply for investigation and evidence accumulation to the court as prescribed by the regulations;

í˝The parties of litigation may carry out court debate, request for conciliation or reach reconciliation;

í˝The parties of litigation may review the court record and request for additions and corrections;

í˝The parties of litigation may institute an appeal within legal time limit;

í˝The parties of litigation may apply for the execution legally effective judgment, verdict and mediation

í˝Other rights as prescribed by laws and regulations.

 
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