|Processes » The Contentious Trial » The Ordinary Contentious Trial » Proofs » Judicial examination and inspection|
|Canon 1582.||If, in order to decide the case, the judge considers it opportune to visit some place, or inspect some thing, he is to set this out in a decree. After he has heard the parties, the decree is to give a brief description of what is to be made available for this access.|
|Canon 1583.||After the inspection has been carried out, a document concerning it is to be drawn up.|
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