The Minister for Justice and President of the Judiciary Grand Council, Dr. Walid Al-Sama's, a decree to cancel, amend and add 33 articles to the executive regulations of Shari's Causes and, with some of them giving the right to the courts to stop services.
The amendments included the repeal of an article stating that “if it is not possible to inform a person who does not know their address or not to attend after their notice, the court may, when necessary. T A command suspended his services with government agencies. ”Another article, which empowered the court, if needed, was attended by government agencies.
The Justice Minister announced earlier that he would reduce the "stopping services" and keep within the lower limits to reduce the negative effects, without which it meant losing rights back to & # 39; ◗ owners by law.
The reforms included the abolition of several articles on the appellate courts, as the Supreme Court and the Appeal Courts have assumed jurisdiction in early spring this year.
One of the most obvious additions to the list is the addition of an article stating that “any party in the case may obtain copies of documents and documents of the suit unless the Chamber sees otherwise” and the addition of another article declaring it. “If the defendant or his agent is in the same case attending the hearing date will be entitled to pay any of the defenses set out in article 75 of the Shari Procedure Law and will be switched off ", thus limiting the defendant's adjournment by holding defenses that do not affect a public order or changing legal status. t