HCCJ. Limiting the exposure time of oral conclusions. Effects

The High Court of Cassation and Justice decided that the fact that the court of appeal, during the debate, limited the applicant counsel time for drawing oral conclusions represents a matter related to the administration of the hearing, the judge’s exclusive attribute, as shown in art. 128 para. (3) Civil Procedure Code which states that “In case of need, the President may give the floor several times, being able to limit it in duration every time. “Therefore, this ground cannot represent a critic of illegality according to art. 304 Civil Procedure Code, so the High Court found null the plaintiff-appellant’s appeal. (Decision no. 3107 of 12 November 2014 rendered in appeal by the First Civil Division of The High Court of Cassation and Justice covering claims).

Note: Under the provisions of art. 216 para. (4) of the NCPC, the President may limit the time of each party intervention. In this case, he must announce the party, before giving the floor, about the time he has available.

:: The Source: JURIDICE.ro

Anda Laura TĂNASE

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