Laws, Ordinances, Regulations and Rules Relating to the Judicial Administration of the Republic of China

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INTERNAL REGULATIONS AND OFFICE PRACTICE OF THE HIGH COURT

(APPROVED BY THE PRESIDENT ON AUGUST 8, 1919)


CHAPTER I. General Principles

Article 1. The administration of the High Court shall be in conformity with the rules herein contained except where such administration is regulated by other Laws or ordinances.

Article 2. Office hours of a High Court shall be in conformity with Order No. 221 made by the Ministry of Justice in the third year of the Republic, provided that, if there shall arise any matter of great importance and complexity, extra hours in addition to those fixed by the order may be required for attending to such matter.

The President of a High Court may alter the provisons of the preceding paragraph where peculire climate or weather conditions of a Province require such alteration. Any such alteration ahall be submitted to the Ministry of Justice for approval.

Article 3. (a) Any officer or member of a Court desiring, on account of sickness or for any other reason, to be absent from office for more than two hours, shall make written application in the proper form to the President, provided that any person who has been sent out on official duty

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