Article 18. The Chief of a Division shall instruct the chief registrar to make three days before the hearing a list of cases to be heard during the week; provided that any case does not require an immediate hearing Such list shall, for each case, contain the subject matter, the names of plaintiff and defendant, the date and time of the hearing, and shall be posted on the outside of the Court. An entry of this shall be made each day in the rolls of the Court to be submitted to the President for approval before the opening of the Court.
Such list may be published in the Official Gazette and other newspapers.
Article 19. A writ of summons is used for the parties in a case, but a notification may be used for a lawyer or an expert witness.
The documents specified in the preceding paragraph may be served by the process-server or may be sent through the Post Office.
Article 20. Any person summoned to the Court shall return the writ or notification and shall report to the process-server within a fixed time.
The provisions specified in the preceding shall be clearly written on the writ or notification.