CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE OF THE STATE OF ERITREA
BOOK IV – JUDGEMENT, COST AND DISCONTINUANCE OF SUITS
TITLE I – JUDGMENT
May 8, 2017
Chapter 1. – General Provisions
Art. 263. – Judgment When Pronounced.
(1) After the evidence has been concluded and the address and reply, if any, have been made, the court shall render judgment.
(2) The court shall pronounce judgment either at once or, as soon thereafter as may be practicable, on some future day to be fixed by the court. In the latter case the court shall inform the plaintiff and the defendant of the date when judgment will be pronounced.
(3) The court shall postpone its judgment if both parties request the court to do so.
Art. 264. – Pronouncement of Judgment in Open Court.
Judgment shall be pronounced in open court.
Art. 265. – Form and Pronouncement of Judgment.
(1) The judgment shall be in writing, signed by the member or members of the court and pronounced by the judge or presiding judge.
(2) In case a judge is for whatever reason, such as death, sickness, transfer or retirement, is unable to sign the judgment, the judgment may be signed by any judge of the court which gave judgment or, if such court has ceased to exist, by any judge of any court to which such court was…................
BOOK I – PRELIMINARY MATTERS
BOOK II – CIVIL PROCEDURE IN GENERAL
BOOK III – SERVICE, PLEADINGS AND EVIDENCE
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