(ORDER OF THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE No. 460. DATED MAY 6TH, 1921)
Article 1. The conferences of the Committee are of two kinds, Conference for Discussion and Conference for Examination.
Article 2. The Conference for Discussion shall be presided over by the chairman of the Committee; provided that if he be, for any reason, absent, it may temporarily be presided over by the leading member or by any other member according to the order of precedence.
Article 3. The Conference for Discussion shall not be held unless two thirds of the members are present. No decision shall be made unless two thirds of the members present vote in its favor.
Article 4. Each member shall, during the discussion, express his opinion beginning with the last in order of precedence and ending with the chairman.
Article 5. If there are three or more different opinions, no one of which is supported by two thirds of the members present, these opinions shall be voted upon in due order, starting with the opinion supported by
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Publication information: Book title: Laws, Ordinances, Regulations and Rules Relating to the Judicial Administration of the Republic of China. Contributors: Joseph En-Pao Wang - Editor. Publisher: University Publications of America. Place of publication: Arlington, VA. Publication year: 1976. Page number: 212.