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KnßITI 1
bTb,BaØtþiTUeTA
CMBUkTI 1
eKalbMNgénRkmnItiviFIrdæb,evNI eKalbMNgénbNþwgrdæb,evNI
karTTYlxusRtUvrbs;tulakar nig KUPaKI
maRta 1>- eKalbMNgénRkmnItiviFIrdæb,evNI
nItiviFIEdlTak;TgeTAnwgbNþwgrdæb,evNI RtUveFVItambBaØtþiénRkmenH elIk
ElgEtkñúgkrNIEdlc,ab;epSg)ankMNt;Biess .
maRta 2>- eKalbMNgénbNþwgrdæb,evNI siT§iBwgBak;tulakar
1-bNþwgrdæb,evNImaneKalbMNg[tulakaredaHRsayvivaTrdæb,evNI
edayEp¥kelIc,ab; edIm,IkarBarsiT§irbs;buKÁlÉkCn .
2-CnRKb;rUbRtUv)anFananUvsiT§iBwgBak;tulakarcMeBaHvivaTrdæb,evNI .
maRta 3>- siT§iTamTar[saksYr eKalkarN_cMeBaHmux
1-PaKINak¾minGacRtUv)anCRmHkþIedaymin)ansaksYr b¤ ekaHehAeLIy .
2-kñúgkrNINak¾eday tulakarRtUveKarBeKalkarN_cMeBaHmux .
maRta 4>- karTTYlxusRtUvrbs;tulakar nig PaKI
tulakarRtUvRbwgERbg edIm,Ira:br; gbNþwgrdæb,evNI[RbRBwteþ TAedaymanPaB
yutþiFm’nigqab;rh½s ÉPaKIRtUvGnuvtþbNþwgrdæb,evNIedaysucritnigesμaHRtg; .
maRta 5>- PasaEdleRbIkñúgtulakar siT§irbs;PaKIkñúgkaresñIsMu[manGñkbkERb
1-enAkñúgtulakar RtUveRbIPasaExμr .
2-PaKIEdlminGacyl;PasaExμr GacesñIsMurkGñkbkERbPasaEdlman
lkçNsm,tþiRKb;RKan; ehIyRbsinebIsamIxøÜnBuMmanlT§PaBrkxøÜnÉg)aneT rdæ
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RtUvrkCMnYs .
maRta 6>- karcUlrYmrbs;tMNagGyükar
1-kñúgkrNIEdlyl;eXIjfa caM)ac;RtUvkarBarplRbeyaCn_saFarN³
tulakarRtUvCUndMNwgeTAtMNagGyükarfa BakübNþwgRtUv)anTTYl .
2-eTaHbICaKμankarCUndMNwgEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH
BItulakark¾eday k¾tMNagGyükar GaccUlrYmkñúgnItiviFIénbNþwgrdæb,evNI nig
beBa©jeyabl;)anEdr RbsinebIxøÜnyl;eXIjfa caM)ac;RtUvkarBarplRbeyaCn_
saFarN³ .

CMBUkTI 2
tulakar
EpñkTI 1
smtßkic©salaCRmHkþI
maRta 7>- niymn½yéntulakarEdlmansmtßkic©
tulakarEdlmansmtßkci © KWCatulakarEdlGacTTYledayRsbc,ab;nvU Bakü
bNþwg vinicä½yelIerOgkþI ehIyecjsalRkm b¤ saldIka)an .
maRta 8>- smtßkic©salaCRmHkþIEdl)ankMNt;eTAtamlMenAzan CaGaT×
bNþwgcMeBaHcugcemøIyEdl)ankMNt;kñúgcMNucxageRkamenH RtUvdak;Bakü
bNþwgeTAsaladMbUg Edlmansmtßkic©CRmHkþIenATIkEnøgEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúg
cMNucnImYy²xageRkamenH ³
k-rUbvnþbuKÁl ³
-lMenAzanrbs;cugcemøIy .
-TIsN
M ak; ebIBmMu anlMenAzan b¤ manlMenAzanminBitR)akdenA
kñúgRBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa .
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-lMenAzancugeRkay ebIBuMmanTIsMNak; b¤ manTIsMNak;minBit
R)akd .
x-nItibuKÁlkñúgRbeTs ³
-TItaMgénTIsñak;kar b¤ TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμCacm,g .
-lMenAzanrbs;GñktMNag b¤ rbs;GñkTTYlxusRtUvParkic©cat;
EcgkargarCacm,g ebIKμanTIsñak;kar b¤ TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμeT .
K-nItibuKÁlbreTs ³
-TItaMgénTIsñak;kar b¤ TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμCacm,g .
-lMenAzanrbs;GñktMNagRbcaMRBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa b¤ rbs;
GñkTTYlxusRtUvParkic©cat;EcgkargarCacm,gkñúgRBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa ebIKμanTI
sñak;kar b¤ TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμenAkñúgRBHraCaNacRkkm<úCaeT .
maRta 9>- smtßkic©salaCRmHkþIEdl)ankMNt;eTAtamRTBüsm,tþi CaGaT×
eRkABItulakarEdl)ankMNt;kñúgmaRta 8 ¬smtßkic©salaCRmHkþIEdl)an
kMNt;eTAtamlMenAzan CaGaTצ xagelIenH BakübNþwgEdl)ankMNt;kñúgcMNuc
xageRkamenH GacbþwgenAtulakarEdlmansmtßkic©enATIkEnøgEdl)ankMNt;kñúg
cMNucnImYy² k¾)anEdr ³
k-bNþwgTamTar[GnuvtþkatBVkic© ³ kEnøgEdlRtUvGnuvtþkatBVkic© .
x-bNþwgTamTar[bg;R)ak;edayrUbiyaNtþi b¤ mUlb,Tanb½Rt ³ kEnøg
bg;rUbiyaNtþi b¤ mUlb,Tanb½Rt .
K-bNþwgTamTar[GnuvtþkatBVkic© cMeBaHbuKÁlEdlBuMmanlMenAzankñúg
RBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa b¤ lMenAzanminBitR)akd ³ kEnøgEdlkmμvtßúénkarTamTar
b¤ kmμvtßúénR)atiePaKEdlFanaelIkarTamTarenaH b¤ RTBürbs;cugcemøIyEdlGac
rwbGUs)an sßitenA .
X-bNþwgTamTar[GnuvtþkatBVkic© cMeBaHnItibuKÁlEdlBuMmanTIsñak;kar
b¤ TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμkúgñ RBHraCaNacRkkm<Cú a b¤ TIsañ k;kar b¤ TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμminBit
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R)akd ³ kEnøgEdlkmμvtßúénkarTamTar b¤ kmμvtßúénR)atiePaKEdlFanaelIkarTam
TarenaH b¤ RTBürbs;cugcemøIyEdlGacrwbGUs)ansßitenA .
g-bNþwgcMeBaHbuKÁlEdlmanTIsñak;kar b¤ TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμEdlTak;Tg
nwgskmμPaBkargarrbs;TIsñak;kar b¤ TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμenaH ³ TItaMgénTIsñak;kar
b¤ TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμenaH .
c-bNþgw Tak;TgnwgGMeBIGnItüanukl
U ³ kEnøgEdlGMeBIGnItüanukl
U ekIteLIg .
q-bNþwgTak;TgnwgGclnvtßú ³ kEnøgEdlGclnvtßúenaHsßitenA .
C-bNþwgTak;TgnwgkarcuHbBa¢I ³ kEnøgEdlRtUvcuHbBa¢I .
Q-bNþwgTak;Tgnwgmt’k ³ lMenAzanrbs;mtkCn enAeBlsnþtikmμ
RtUvcab;epþIm b¤ TIsMNak; ebImtkCnBuMmanlMenAzankñúgRBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa b¤
manlMenAzanminBitR)akd b¤ lMenAzancugeRkay ebImtkCnenaHBuMmanTIsMNak;
kñúgRBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa b¤ manTIsMNak;minBiitR)akd .
maRta 10>- smtßkci ©salaCRmHkþBI iesselIerOgkþEI lglHKña nig erOgkþGI BM bI tu -þ
PaB
1-bNþgw ElglHKña nig bNþwgTamTar[bBa¢ak;GMBIGtßiPaB b¤ ntßPi aBénbutPþ aB
RtUvsßti enAeRkamsmtßkci p© þac;mxu rbs;saladMbgU Edlmansmtßkice© nAlMenAzan
rbs;PaKIénTMnak;TMngzan³buKÁlEdlBak;B½n§nwgbNþwgenaH b¤ lMenAzannaeBl
EdlPaKIenaHTTYlmrNPaB .
2-ebIlMenAzanEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH BuMsßitenAkñúg
RBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa b¤ lMenAzanenAkñúgRBHraCaNacRkkm<úCaminBitR)akdeT
smtßkic©salaCRmHkþI RtUvkMNt;tamTIsMNak; . ebIBuMmanTIsMNak; b¤ TIsMNak;
minBitR)akdeT smtßkic©enaHRtUvkMNt;tamlMenAzancugeRkay .
maRta 11>- smtßkic©salaCRmHkþIcMeBaHkarTamTareRcIncMNucedaybBa©ÚlCa
mYyKña
cMeBaHbNþgw mYyEdlmankarTamTareRcIncMNcu EdlsßitenAeRkamsmtßkic©
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salaCRmHkþIepSgKña GacbþwgeTAtulakarEdlmansmtßkic©elIkarTamTarNamYy
k¾)anEdr edaybBa©ÚlkarTamTarepSgeTotCamYyKña .
maRta 12>- karkMNt;tulakarEdlmansmtßkic©
kñgú krNIEdltulakarmansmtßkci m© inGacGnuvtþnvU siTiC§ RmHkþI)anedaysar
c,ab; b¤ ehtukarN_Bit b¤ krNIEdlsmtßkci s
© alaCRmHkþmI ni GackMNt;)aneday
sarEdnsmtßkic©éntulakarminBitR)akd tulakarkMBUlRtUvkMNt;tulakarEdl
mansmtßkic© edaydIkaseRmc tamBaküsuM .
maRta 13>- karRBmeRBogkñúgkarkMNt;tulakarEdlmansmtßkic©
1-karRBmeRBogEdlkMNt;tulakarEdlmansmtßkic©CRmHkþI nwgmanGanuPaB
luHRtaEtkarRBmeRBogenaH RtUv)aneFVeI LIgrvagBaNiCk¢ rnigBaNiCk¢ r b¤ nItibuKÁl
nignItibuKÁl b¤ BaNiC¢krnignItibuKÁl cMeBaHEtkarCMnuMCRmHkþIelIkTI 1 .
2-karRBmeRBogEdl)ankMNt;kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH nwgmanGanuPaB
luHRtaEtkarRBmeRBogenaH RtUv)aneFVIeLIg cMeBaHbNþwgEdlEp¥kelITMnak;TMng
KtiyutþEdl)ankMNt; ehIyRtUv)aneFVIeLIgCalayl½kçN_GkSr .
maRta 14>- smtßkci s
© alaCRmHkþEI dl)anekIteLIgedayKμankartva:BcI gu cemøy
I
enAeBlEdlcugcemøy
I )aneFVeI sckþIedaHsaGMBIGgÁesckþI enAkñgú nItvi Fi eI Rtom
sRmab;karTajehtupl b¤ )aneqøy
I TajehtuplGMBGI gÁesckþeI nAkñgú karTajehtu
pledaypÞal;mat;rYcehIy enAtulakarénkarCMnuMCRmHelIkTI 1 edayKμankartva:
GMBIkMhusénsmtßkic©salaCRmHkþIenaH tulakarenHRtUvmansmtßkic©CRmHkþI .
maRta 15>- krNIelIkElgénkarGnuvtþcMeBaHsmtßkic©pþac;muxrbs;salaCRmH
kþI Edlc,ab;)ankMNt;
bBaØtþiénmaRta 13 ¬karRBmeRBogkñúgkarkMNt;tulakarEdlmansmtßkic©¦
nig maRta 14 ¬smtßkci s
© alaCRmHkþEI dl)anekIteLIgedayKμankartva:BcI gu cemøy
I ¦
xagelIenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlmanbBaØtþiénc,ab;kMNt;
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smtßkic©pþac;muxcMeBaHbNþwg .
maRta 16>- karBinitüPsþútagedayqnÞanusiT§i
tulakarGacBinitüPsþútagcMeBaHbBaðaEdlTak;Tgnwgsmtßkic©salaCRmH
kþI edayqnÞanusiT§irbs;xøÜn)an .
maRta 17>- mUldæanéneBlevlasRmab;kMNt;smtßkic©salaCRmHkþI
smtßkic©salaCRmHkþIRtUvkMNt;tameBldak;BakübNþwg .
maRta 18>- karcat;EcgbNþwgxussmtßkic©salaCRmHkþI
1-RbsinebItulakaryl;eXIjfa bNþwgTaMgmUl b¤ EpñkNamYy minsßitenA
eRkamsmtßkci r© bs;xnÜø eT tulakarenHRtUvepÞrbNþwgenaHeTAtulakarEdlmansmtßkic© tamBaküsuMrbs;PaKI b¤ edayqnÞanusiT§irbs;xøÜn .
2-BaküsuMepÞrbNþgw RtUveFVICalayl½kçNG_ kSr elIkElgEtkrNIEdldak;
BaküsuMenAkalbriecäT . enAeBleFVIBaküsuMenH RtUvbBa¢ak;[c,as;las;GMBImUl
ehtuénBaküsuMenaH .
maRta 19>- karepÞredIm,IeCosvagBIkaryWtya:v CaGaT×
1-eTaHbICabNþwgNamYysßitenAeRkamsmtßkic©rbs;xøÜnk¾eday RbsinebI
tulakarénkarCMnuMCRmHelIkTI 1 yl;eXIjfacaM)ac;edIm,IeCosvagBIkaryWtya:v
hYsehtuénnItvi Fi I b¤ edIm,IeFVI[mansmFm’rvagKUPaKI edayBicarNaGMBl
I eM nAzan
rbs;PaKInigsakSIEdlRtUvsaksYr TItaMgénvtßúEdlnwgRtUv)anRtYtBinitü nig kal³
eTs³epSg² tulakarenaHGacepÞrbNþwgTaMgmUl b¤ EpñkNamYy eTAtulakarepSg
eTot Edlmansmtßkic© tamBaküsMurbs;PaKI b¤ edayqnÞanusiT§irbs;xøÜn)an .
2-kñúgkrNIEdlmanBaküsuM Edl)ankMNt;kñúgbBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xag
elIenH tulakarRtUvseRmc edaysYreyabl;rbs;PaKImçageTot . kñúgkrNIEdl
tulakarseRmcnUvkarepÞrEdl)ankMNt;kgúñ bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH eday
qnÞanusiT§irbs;xøÜn enaHtulakarGacsYreyabl;KUPaKI)an .
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IeCosvagBIkaryWtya:v CaGaTצ xagelIenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlbNþwgsßitenAeRkamsmtßkic©pþac.ab. maRta 22>.edayc.kartaMgBIedIm .kñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xageRkamenH . 2-tulakarEdl)anTTYlkarepÞr minGacepÞrerOgkþeI TAtulakarepSgeTot)an eT . 3-enAeBldIkaseRmcepÞrcUlCasßaBr bNþwgenaHRtUvcat.karkRmitnUvkarepÞrkñúgkrNIsmtßkic©pþac.)an . EpñkTI 2 rcnasm<½n§éntulakar maRta 23>.rbs.GanuPaBéndIkaseRmcepÞr CaGaT× 1-dIkaseRmcsßaBrénkarepÞr RtUvmanGanuPaB[tulakarEdlTTYlkarepÞr Rbtibtþitam . maRta 21>. 4-enAeBldIkaseRmcepÞrcUlCasßaBr tulakarEdl)anseRmckarepÞrRtUv bBa¢ÚnsMNuMerOgGMBIbNþwgenH eTAtulakarEdlTTYlkarepÞr . bBaØtþiénmaRta 19 ¬karepÞredIm.ab.tulakarEdlcat.eday c. cMeBaHdIkaseRmcepÞr nig dIkaseRmcelIkecalBaküsuMepÞr GacbþwgCMTas.maRta 20>.karbNþwgenaH .Tukfatulakar EdlTTYlkarepÞr cat.muxEdl)ankMNt.bNþwgCMTas.karCRmHkþeI lIkTI 1 edayecARkmmYyrUb b¤ edayRkumRbwkSaCMnCMu RmH énecARkm 1-enAsaladMbgU erOgkþRI tUvTTYlbnÞkú edaHRsayedayecARkmmñak. elIkElg EtkrNIEdl)ankMNt.mux Edl)ankMNt. 2-cMeBaHerOgkþIxageRkamenH RtUvTTYlbnÞúkedaHRsayedayRkumRbwkSaCMnuM CRmHénecARkm ³ -7- .

² nig cMnYnsMeLgén mti RtUvrkSaTukCasm¶at. 4-dIkaseRmc[vinicä½y nig CRmHkþIedayRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmHénecARkmeday eyagtamcMNuc k énkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH RtUveFVIeLIgedayRkumRbwkSa . 3-ecARkmmñak.kgúñ bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH RtUvmanecARkm 3 ¬bI¦ nak.karseRmcénRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmH 1-karseRmcRtUveFVIeLIgedaymtiPaKeRcInrbs. 3-kñgú RkumRbwkSaCMnCMu RmHénecARkm Edl)ankMNt. maRta 25>.²kñúgRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmHenH RtUvmansiT§iseRmcesμIKña .CaRbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuM CRmH . 4-dMeNIrkarénkarBiPakSa mtieyabl.kMNt. maRta 24>.rbs.faRtUvvinicä½y nig CRmHkþIedayRkumRbwkSaCMnuM CRmHénecARkm . ehIycat. 2-karBiPakSaRtUv)anebIk nig dwknaMedayRbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmH .rbs.ab.xøÜnkñúgkarBiPakSaenH .taMgmñak. x-erOgkþIEdlc. -8- . .ecARkmkñúgRkumRbwkSaCMnuM CRmH .ecARkmmñak.karBiPakSaénRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmH 1-karBiPakSaénRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmHminRtUv)aneFVICasaFarN³eT . 2-ecARkmmñak.k-erOgkþIEdlkmμvtßúénbNþwgmantémøminticCag 5>000>000 ¬R)aM lan¦ erol ehIyEdltulakarTTYlsÁal.fa KYrEtRtUv)anvinci y ½ä nigCRmHedayRkum RbwkSaCMnuMCRmHénecARkm edayKitBicarNaGMBIcMnYnénKUPaKI nig bBaðaepSgeTot .²RtUvbeBa©jmtieyabl.

PaKINamYy . 3-karEbgEckerOgkþIenAtulakarmYy nig lMdab. -9- .TI 6 ¬R)aMmYy¦ b¤ jatiBn§ kñúgfñak. x-kalNaecARkmCajatielahitkñúgfñak. RbFantulakarenaH .sRmab. maRta 27>.xnÜø kñgú krNIEdl)ankMNt.ecARkm b¤ GtItshB½T§rbs. b¤ bþÚreTAtulakarepSg b¤ krNIEdlecARkmbnþ manFur³ edaysarehtupldUcCaRtUvQb.TukCamunCaerogral.manFur³EdlRtUv)ankMNt.²TTYlbnÞúkCasV½yRbvtþi tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH .qñaMedaydIkaseRmcrbs.kardkhUtecARkmBIsmtßkic©CMnuMCRmH 1-ecARkmRtUvdkhUtBIkarGnuvtþmxu karrbs.sRmakkñúgry³eBlEvg CaGaT× .RbFantulakar .karEbgEckerOgkþI 1-karEbgEckerOgkþIenAtulakarmYy nig lMdab. K-kalNaecARkmCaGñkGaNaBüa)alrbs.PaKINamYy .CMnYskñúgkrNIEdl ecARkmNamñak. ecARkmCaPaKINamYykñúgerOgkþI .kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH minGacRtUv bþÚrkñúgqñaMenaH)aneLIy elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdlecARkmNamñak.dUc xageRkamenH ³ k-kalNaecARkm b¤ shB½T§rbs. 2-erOgkþInImYy²RtUv)anEbgEck[ecARkmmñak.TI 3 ¬bI¦ b¤ GtItjatiBn§kñúgfñak.TI 3 ¬bI¦ rbs. karbþÚr cMeBaHkrNIenH RtUvkMNt.CMnYskñúgkrNIEdl ecARkmNamñak.EpñkTI 3 karEbgEckerOgkþI nig kardkhUtsmtßkic©CMnuMCRmH nig bNþwgditcitþ maRta 26>.manFur³ RtUvkMNt.mankargareRcIn eBk b¤ krNIEdlecARkmRtUvQb. X-kalNaecARkmEdlTTYlbnÞúkerOgkþI Føab.edaydIkaseRmcrbs. b¤ kMBugmanvivaTenA tulakarCamYyPaKINamYy .sRmab.

b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlPaKIenaHmin)andwgGMBImUlehtuEdlGacbþwgditcitþ b¤ krNIEdl mUlehtuénbNþwgditcitþ)anekIteLIgenAeBleRkay . cMeBaHerOgkþI . c-kalNaecARkmCaGñktMNag b¤ Føab.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarRtUvseRmcesckþIGBM kI ardkhUtenaH tamBaküsuM b¤ eday qnÞanusiT§irbs.ab.ENnaMEpñk c.kardkxøÜnrbs. maRta 30>. enaHPaKIGacbþwgditcitþecARkmenaH)an .CaGñktMNag b¤ CaGñkCMnYy[ PaKIcMeBaHerOgkþI . 2-kñúgkrNIdUcmanmUlehtuénkardkhUt Edl)ankMNt.karTajehtuplcMeBaHmuxecARkmrYcehIy enaHPaKI minGacbþwgditcitþecARkmenaH)aneLIy . q-kalNaecARkm)ancUlrYmkñúgkarseRmcesckþImCÄtþkrcMeBaHerOgkþI b¤ )ancUlrYmkñúgkarseRmcesckþIenAkñúgkarCMnuMCRmHelIkTI 1 Edl)an])aRs½y b¤ karCMnuMCRmHénbNþwg]T§rN_Edl)an])aRs½y b¤ bgðajmtieyabl. maRta 28>.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 27 ¬kardkhUtecARkmBI smtßkic©CMnuMCRmH¦ b¤ kfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 28 ¬bNþwgditcitþecARkm¦ énRkmenH ecARkmGacdkxønÜ )an edayTTYlkarGnuBaØatBIRbFantulakarEdlxøÜnsßitenAeRkam .karseRmcesckþIGMBIBaküsuMdkhUt b¤ bNþwgditcitþ 1-cMeBaHkardkhUtecARkm b¤ bNþgw ditcitcþ eM BaHecARkm RkumRbwkSaCMnMuCRmH -10- .g-kalNaecARkm)aneFVICasakSI b¤ eFVICaGñkCMnajkñúgerOgkþI .xøÜn . 2-kñúgkrNIEdlPaKI)aneqøIyTajehtuplcMeBaHmuxecARkm b¤ )aneFVIesckþI edaHsaenAkñúgnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.bNþwgditcitþecARkm 1-kñúgkrNIEdlmankal³eTs³EdlbNþal[mankarlMeGogkñúgkarCRmH kþI cMeBaHecARkmNamñak. maRta 29>.ecARkm kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.

5-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdlseRmcfa kardkhUt b¤ bNþgw ditcitmþ anmUlehtu RtwmRtUvenaH minGacbþwg])aRs½yeLIy .smtßPaBPaKI smtßPaBkñúgkareFVIbNþwg kartMNagEdlc.eBlEdldIkaseRmcGMBIbNþgw enH cUlCasßaBr . CMBUkTI 3 PaKI EpñkTI 1 smtßPaBPaKI nig smtßPaBkñúgkareFVIbNþwg maRta 32>.)an -11- .)an .ab.GBM BI aküsunM vU kardkhUt b¤ bNþwgditcitþ)an . dUcCakarEfrkSa karBarPsþútag CaGaT× . b:Eu nþ ecARkmenaHGacbeBa©jmtieyabl. 4-eBlEdlmanBaküsuMnUvkardkhUt b¤ bNþwgditcitþ nItiviFIénbNþwgRtUv )anp¥akrhUtdl. 3-BaküsunM vU kardkhUt b¤ bNþgw ditcitþ RtUv)aneFVIeLIgedayeFVIesckþIbBa¢ak. dMbUgCalayl½kçN_GkSrnUvmUlehtu . maRta 31>.karGnuvtþdUcKñacMeBaHRkLabBa¢I bBaØtþiénEpñkenHRtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHRkLabBa¢I . b:uEnþ bBaØteiþ nH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHskmμPaBEdlRtUvkarCabnÞan. kñúgkrNI enH karseRmcesckþGI MBBI aküsuMnvU kardkhUt b¤ bNþwgditcitþ RtUveFVeI daytulakar EdlRkLabBa¢IenaHsßitenAeRkam . 6-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdlseRmcfa kardkhUt b¤ bNþwgditcitþBuMRtwmRtUv GacbþwgCMTas.enAtulakarEdlecARkmenaHsßitenAeRkam RtUvseRmcesckþI edaydIkaseRmc . 2-ecARkmminGaccUlrYmkñgú karseRmcesckþGI MBkI ardkhUt b¤ bNþgw ditcitþ cMeBaHxøÜn)aneT .

2-CnenAeRkamhitbU tßmÖ b¤ GñktMNagEdlc.)ankMNt.ab. siT§iBiessedIm.CnEdlKμansmtßPaBkñúgkareFVIbNþwg 1-buKÁlEdlGacmansiT§i nig krNIykic© tambBaØtþiénRkmrdæb.ab.karTamTar b¤ karTTYlsÁal.sRmab.ab.ab.ab.siT§iepSgeTot .)ankMNt. 3-GnItiCn nig CnenAeRkamGaNaBüa)alTUeTA GaceFVIskmμPaBbNþwg suBl)an luHRtaEtRtUv)aneFVIedayGñktMNagEdlc.epSgeTot Gacdak.CnbreTs CnbreTsRtUvTukCabuKÁlEdlmansmtßPaBkñúgkareFVIbNþwg RbsinebICnenaH -12- .ab.EdlRtUv)aneFVIeday PaKImaç geTot edayKμankaryl.)ankMNt. nUvkarTamTar . maRta 34>.IeFVIskmμPaBbNþwgxageRkamenH ³ k-kardkBakübNþwg karpSHpSa karlHbg. . maRta 33>- bBaØtiBþ ei sssþBI IskmμPaBbNþgw rbs.ab.CnenAeRkamhitUbtßmÖ nig GñktMNagEdlc. x-kardkBakübNþwg]T§rN_ b¤ BakübNþwgsaTukç .ab.)ankMNt.kMNt. RtUvmankarRbKl.epSgeTot GacCaedImecaT b¤ cugcemøIyenAkñúgbNþwgrdæb.RBmBIhti bU tßmkÖ ³ b¤ GñkRtYtBinitüGñkGaNaBüa)al b¤ karRbKl. GaceFVIskmμPaB bNþwg cMeBaHbNþwg b¤ bNþwg])aRs½yeTAtulakarCan. 2-buKl Á EdlmansmtßPaBeFVs I kmμPaBedayxøÜnÉg tambBaØtéiþ nRkmrdæb.BakübNþwgedayxøÜnÉgedaytaMgxøÜnCaedIm ecaT b¤ GaceqøIyedaHsacMeBaHbNþwg edaytaMgxøÜnCacugcemøIy b¤ GaceFVIskmμPaB bNþwgepSgeTotEdlCacaM)ac.bBaØtþiBiesssþIBIsmtßPaBkñúgkareFVIbNþwgrbs.x<s.epSgeTot RtUvykmkGnuvtþ cMeBaHGñktMNag Edlc.evNI nig c.evNI b¤ c. nig siT§itMNagrbs. b:Eu nþ bBaØtþienH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlGnItCi nGaceFVs I kmμPaBedayÉkraC .evNI . .GñktMNagenaH . 4-bBaØtþiénRkmrdæb.evNI nig c. 1-CnenAeRkamhitUbtßmÖ b¤ GñktMNagEdlc.)ankMNt.

2-skmμPaBbNþwgNaEdlRtUv)aneFVIeLIgedaybuKÁlEdlxVHsmtßPaBkñúg kareFVIbNþwg b¤ xVHsiTti§ N M agEdlc.BaküsuMeTAtulakarEdl)anTTYlbNþgw [eRCIstaMgGñktMNagBiess edayeFVIesckþbI Ba¢ak.edaylixitCalayl½kçN_GkSr . -13- . b¤ karRbKl.bþÚrGñktMNagBiess enAeBlNak¾)an . BuMGacRbtibtþinUvsiT§itMNagenaH buKl Á EdlmanbMNgeFVs I kmμPaBbNþwgcMeBaHbuKÁlEdlKμansmtßPaBkñgú kareFVbI Nþgw Gacdak. 3-karseRmcesckþGI BM kI areRCIstaMg b¤ karpøas.ab.brÚþ GñktMNagBiessnwgRtUv )anCUndMNwg[GñktMNagBiesspgEdr . kñúgkrNIenH RbsinebImankar xUcxatNamYyGacekIteLIgedaysarkaryWtya:v tulakarGac[buKÁlEdlman karxVHenaH eFVIskmμPaBbNþwgCabeNþaHGasnñ)an .sRmab.GMLúgeBl . b¤ krNIEdlGñktMNag Edlc. b¤ xVHkarRbKl.)ankMNt. maRta 35>. maRta 36>. b¤ karRbKl.)ankMNt.siT§i .enAeBleRkay edayPaKIEdl)anTTYlsmtßPaBkñgú kareFVIbNþwg b¤ edayGñktMNagEdl)anTTYlsiT§itMNagEdlc.RtUvmansmtßPaBkñgú kareFVbI Nþgw RsbeTAtamc. eFVIskmμPaBbNþwg RtUvmanGanuPaBRbtiskmμtaMgBIeBlEdlskmμPaBenaH)an eFVIeLIg ebImankarTTYlsÁal.énRBHraCaNacRkkm<Cú a eTaHbI CaCnenaHKμansmtßPaBkñúgkareFVIbNþwgtamc.siT§icaM)ac.)ankMNt.ab. )ankMNt. 2-tulakarGacpøas.GñktMNagBiess 1-kñúgkrNIEdlKμanGñktMNagEdlc.siT§icaM)ac.ab.viFankarkñúgkrNIEdlxVHsmtßPaBkñúgkareFVIbNþwg CaGaT× 1-kñgú krNIEdlmankarxVHsmtßPaBkñgú kareFVbI Nþgw b¤ siTti§ N M agEdlc.ab.sTi ci§ aM)ac.ab.ab.[ EktRmUvnUvcMNucxVHenaH edaykMNt.dbM gU fa karxUcxatGacnwgekIteLIgedaysarkaryWtya:venaH . 3-siTti§ MNagEdlc.eFVIskmμPaBbNþwg tulakarRtUvbgÁab.eFVs I kmμPaBbNþwg RtUv)anbBa¢ak.sRmab.)ankMNt.ab.énRbeTsrbs.ab.xøÜnk¾eday .)ankMNt. b¤ karRbKl.sRmab.

RtUv raykarN_eTAtulakar GMBkI arCUndMNgw GMBkI arrlt.ab. maRta 38>.énsiT§itMNagEdlc.IeFVIskmμPaBbNþwg .zan³énGñkeFVIshbNþwg kñúgshbNþwgFmμta skmμPaBbNþgw EdlbuKl Á mñak.PaKImaç geTot Edl)aneFVIceM BaHbuKÁlmñak.ab.siT§ienaH BIsamIxøÜn b¤ GñktMNag eTAPaKImçageTot . 2-buKÁlEdlCUndMNwgGMBIkarrlt.l½kçx½NÐTUeTAénshbNþwg ebImanmUlehtuNamYyrvagbuKÁleRcInnak.ab. .siT§idUcGaNaBüa)al edIm. EpñkTI 2 shbNþwg maRta 39>.)ankMNt. x-ebIsiT§i b¤ katBVkic© EdlCakmμvtßúénbNþwgenaH Ep¥kelImUlehtudUc KñaelIGgÁehtu nig GgÁc.sTi ei§ naH Calayl½kN ç G_ kSr .énsiT§itMNagEdlc.4-GñktMNagBiessRtUvmankarRbKl.ab. RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHGñktMNagénnItbi Ku l Á . minRtUvmanGanuPaB ebIKμan karCUndMNwgGMBIkarrlt. maRta 40>.kgúñ cMeNamGñkeFVs I hbNþgw -14- . K-ebIsTi i§ b¤ katBVkic© EdlCakmμvtßéú nbNþgw enaH manRbePTdUcKña ehIy Ep¥kelImUlehtu EdlmanRbePTdUcKñaelIGgÁehtu nig GgÁc.)ankMNt.TgnwgkartMNagEdlc. 1-karrlt.)ankMNt.kñgú cMeNamGñkeFVs I hbNþgw )aneFVI skmμPaB bNþgw rbs.karCUndMNwgGMBIkarrlt.)ankMNt. nig GñktMNag Edlc.)ankMNt.énsiT§itMNagEdlc.ab. . maRta 37>.karGnuvtþdUcKñacMeBaHGñktMNagénnItibuKÁl bBaØtþiénRkmenHEdlTak.dUcmanEcgxageRkamenH buKÁl TaMgenaHGacbþwg b¤ GacRtUveKbþwg kñúgnamCaGñkshbNþwg ³ k-ebIsiT§i b¤ katBVkic© EdlCakmμvtßúénbNþwgenaHdUcKña .ab.ab.

IeFVICaedImecaT b¤ cugcemøy I sRmab.enaH manGanuPaBeTAelIbuKÁlTaMgGs.kareRCIserIsPaKI 1-buKÁleRcInnak.nUvnItiviFIénbNþwgcMeBaHbuKÁlmñak. 3-kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.bg. .kgúñ cMeNamGñkeFVs I hbNþgw manGanuPaB eTAelIbuKÁlTaMgGs.karbNþwg PaKIepSgeTotRtUvdkxøÜnBIbNþwgenaH edaysV½yRbvtþi .kñúgcMeNamGñkeFVIshbNþwg manGanuPaBEtkñúgkrNI NaEdlmanplRbeyaCn_rYmEtb:ueNÑaH . buKÁlTaMgenaH)an . 2-RbsinebI)aneRCIserIsedImecaT b¤ cugcemøIy tamkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH enAeBlEdltulakarkMBugcat.kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH skmμPaBbNþgw rbs.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RbsinebImanmUlehtukñúgkarp¥ak b¤ bg¥g. PaKImaç geTotEdl)aneFVcI eM BaHbuKl Á mñak. maRta 41>. 3-GñkEdl)aneFVIkareRCIserIsedImecaT b¤ cugcemøIytamkfaxNÐTI 1 xag elIenH GaclubecalnUvkareRCIserIs b¤ Gacpøas.nig ehtuEdlekItmaneLIgcMeBaHbuKÁlmñak.EdlmanplRbeyaCn_rYmmYy GaceFVIkareRCIserIsbuKÁl mñak.bTbBa¢asþIBIkarvinicä½yelIshbNþwgcaM)ac. 4-kñúgcMeNamPaKIEdlRtUv)aneRCIserIs RbsinebImanGñkNa)an)at.bþÚrPaKIEdlRtUv)aneRCIserIs enaH)an .buKÁlmñak. eTaHCamanbBaØtþidUc maRta 40 ¬zan³énGñkeFVIshbNþwg kñgú shbNþwgFmμta¦ xagelIenHk¾eday k¾skmμPaBénbNþwgrbs. -15- . b¤ eRcInnak.EtmankarrYmKña cMeBaHGñkeFVIshbNþwgTaMgGs. BIkñúgcMeNambuKÁlTaMgenaH edIm. .kgúñ cMeNamGñkeFVs I hbNþgw BMmu an \T§iBleTAelIGñkeFVIshbNþwgepSgeToteT .kñúgcMeNamGñkeFVIshbNþwg karp¥ak b¤ karbg¥g. 1-kñúgkrNIEdlsiT§i b¤ katBVkic©EdlCakmμvtßúénbNþwg nwgRtUv)anseRmc CasßaBrTal. 2-kñgú krNIEdl)ankMNt. maRta 42>.

edayKμan bþwgtva:enaH .nUvlkçN³CaPaKIEdlRtUv)aneRCIserIs edaysar)anTTYlmrNPaB b¤ edaysar ehtuepSgeTot PaKIEdlRtUv)aneRCIserIsepSgeTot GaceFVs I kmμPaBbNþgw sRmab.dMbUgGMBImUlehtuénkarcUlrYm .TgnwgplRbeyaCn_tampøÚvc.ICYyPaKImçagNamYy)an . 2-BaküsMucUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ GaceFVIeLIg)an RBmCamYyKñanwgskmμPaB bNþwgEdlGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_GaceFVI)an .BaküsMucUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ 1-BaküsMucUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ RtUveFVIeTAtulakarEdlxøÜnnwgRtUveFVIskmμPaBbNþwg tamkarcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ edaymanbBa¢ak.pg . buKÁlTaMgGs.mat. maRta 45>.karcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ ttiyCnNaEdlmankarTak.fa etIcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ sRmab. kñgú krNI enH GñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_RtUveFVIesckþIbBa¢ak. 2-bNþgw tva:Edl)ankMNt.as. EpñkTI 3 karcUlrYmGnþraKmn_kñúgbNþwg maRta 43>.ab.kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH minGaceFVI)aneLIy eRkayeBlPaKI)aneFVIesckþIedaHsaenAkñúgnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.bNþwgtva:nwgkarcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ CaGaT× 1-RbsinebIPaKIbþwgtva:nwgkarcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ tulakarRtUvseRmcesckþI nUvkarGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[cUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ edaydIkaseRmc .nUvmUlehtuénkarcUlrYm[)an c.)an . GMBIlT§pl énbNþwg GaccUlrYmGnþraKmn_kñúgbNþwg edIm.las.karTajehtupl b¤ )aneFVIkareqøIyTajehtuplenAkñúgkarTajehtupledaypÞal.PaKINaénbNþwgNa RBmTaMgbBa¢ak. 3-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt. maRta 44>.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH Gacbþwg -16- .

Gkñ EdlRtUveKcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ skmμPaB enaHBMumanGanuPaBeLIy .GñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ eTaHCakarseRmcesckþI rbs.TgnwgbNþwgenaH .eBlEdlkarseRmcesckþI rbs.viFItTl.x<s. b¤ karBarxøÜn GaceFVIkarbþwgtva: Gacbþwg])aRs½yeTAtulakarCan. maRta 47>. 3-eTaHCamankarbþwgtva:cMeBaHkarcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_k¾eday k¾GñkcUlrYm CYyGnþraKmn_GaceFVs I kmμPaBbNþgw )anEdr rhUtdl.CMTas.tulakarfa minGnuBaØat[cUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ cUlCasßaBrk¾eday k¾skmμPaBenaH nwgmanGanuPaBEdr RbsinebIPaKI)anelIkeLIgnUvskmμPaBenaH . maRta 46>.GanuPaBénkarseRmcesckþIeTAelIGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ cMeBaHbNþwgEdlmankarcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ ebIsalRkmEdlseRmc[man karxUcplRbeyaCn_rbs. -17- . 4-skmμPaBbNþwgrbs.RbqaMgnwgskmμPaBbNþgw rbs.tulakarfa minGnuBaØat[cUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_enaH cUlCasßaBr . b:Eu nþ bBaØteiþ nHminRtUvyk mkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHskmμPaBEdlGñkRtUveKCYycUlrYmGnþraKmn_minGaceFVI)an enAeBlEdlxøÜn)ancUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ .)an .Gkñ EdlRtUveKcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ )ancUlCasßaBrehIy esckþIvinicä½yrbs. TMngCamYynwgGñkEdlRtUveKcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdlman EcgdUcxageRkamenH ³ k-ebIGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ minGaceFVIskmμPaBbNþwg edaybBaØtþién vaküxNÐTI 2 kfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 46 ¬skmμPaBbNþwgénGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_¦ xagelIenH . 2-RbsinebIskmμPaBbNþwgEdleFVIedayGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ )anb:HBal.salRkmenaHmancMNgeTAelIGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ kñúgTMnak.skmμPaBbNþwgénGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ 1-GñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_Gacdak. GacTamTar[eFVIkarCMnuMCRmHsaCafμI nig Gac eFVIskmμPaBbNþwgepSgeTotEdlTak.

2-bBaØtþiénmaRta 44 ¬BaküsMucUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmk GnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHBaküsMucUlrYmGnþraKmn_kñúgbNþwg tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐ TI 1 xagelIenH . K-ebIGñkRtUveKcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ )anraraMgskmμPaBbNþwgrbs.Gñk cUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ . 3-BaküsMucUlrYmGnþraKmn_kñúgbNþwgtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUveFVICalayl½kçN_GkSr . -18- . maRta 49>.xøÜn .¦ énRkmenH .karcUlrYmGnþraKmn_kñúgshbNþwg 1-kñúgkrNIEdlsiT§i b¤ katBVkic© EdlCakmμvtßúénbNþwg nwgRtUv)anseRmc CasßaBr Tal. maRta 48>.x-ebIskmμPaBbNþgw rbs.Gkñ cUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ KμanGanuPaB eday bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 46 ¬skmμPaBbNþgw énGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_¦ xag elIenH .karcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_kñúglkçN³dUcCashbNþwg 1-ebIsalRkmmanGanuPaBsßaBrrvagGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ nig PaKImçag eToténGñkEdlRtUveKcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ zan³rbs.enAkñgú bBaØtéiþ nmaRta 41 ¬bT bBa¢asþIBIkarvinicä½yelIshbNþwgcaM)ac.GñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_elI bNþgw mandUcKñanwgGñkeFVs I hbNþgw Edl)ankMNt.EtmankarrYmKña cMeBaHPaKINamYy nig ttiyCn ttiyCnenaHGac cUlrYmGnþraKmn_kñúgbNþwgenaH kñúgnamCaGñkeFVIshbNþwg)an . 2-kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH kfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 46 ¬skmμPaBbNþgw énGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_¦ nig cMNcu x nig cMNcu K énmaRta 47 ¬GanuPaBénkarseRmcesckþIeTAelIGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_¦ xagelIenH min RtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy . X-ebIGñkRtUveKcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ min)aneFVIskmμPaBbNþwgEdlGñk cUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_minGaceFVI)an edayectna b¤ edaykMhusrbs.

GMBImUlehtukñúgkarCUndMNwg nig GMBIdMeNIrkarénbNþwgenaH eTAtulakar .4-BaküsMuCalayl½kçN_GkSrEdl)ankMNt.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH ebItl u akarénkarCMnMuCRmHelIkTI 1 kMBgu cat.tulakarNamYy . maRta 50>. tulakarRtUvbBa¢ÚnlixitenHeTAGñkEdlRtUvTTYldMNwg nig PaKImçageTotén bNþwg .karCUndMNwgGMBIbNþwg 1-PaKIGacCUndMNwgGMBIbNþwg eTAttiyCnEdlGaccUlrYmGnþraKmn_kñúg bNþwgenaH)an enAeBlEdltulakarkMBugcat.bNþwgEdlmanedImecaT nig cugcemøIy CashcugcemøIy 1-ttiyCnEdlGHGagfa cMeBaHsiT§iEdlCakmμvtßéú nbNþgw rvagPaKIdéT siT§i TaMgmUl b¤ mYyPaKCasiT§irbs.lixitCalayl½kçN_GkSr EdlbBa¢ak.karbNþwg ..xøÜn Gacdak.Tukfa )ancUl rYmehIy enAeBlGñkenaHGaccUlrYm)an .BakübNþwgcMeBaHPaKITaMgsgxagén bNþwgxagelIenaH CashcugcemøIy eTAtulakarénkarCMnuMCRmHelIkTI 1 Edl)an TTYlBakübNþwgrvagPaKIdéTenaH enAeBlbNþwgenaHkMBugenAeRkamkarcat. maRta 51>.BakübNþwgEdl)ankMNt.kar rbs.enAkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH RtUvbBa¢ÚneTAGñkepSgEdleFVIshbNþwg nig PaKImçageTot . 3-eTaHbICaGñkTTYldMNwgGMBIbNþwgenHmin)ancUlrYmGnþraKmn_k¾eday cMeBaHkarGnuvtþbBaØtþiénmaRta 47 ¬GanuPaBénkarseRmcesckþIeTAelIGñkcUlrYm CYyGnþraKmn_¦ énRkmenH GñkTTYldMNwgGMBIbNþwgenHRtUv)ancat. 2-karCUndMNwgGMBIbNþwg RtUveFVIeLIgedaydak.karbNþgw rvagPaKIdéTenaH tulakarEdlTTYlBakübNþwgBIttiyCnenaH GacbBa©ÚlbNþwgTaMgBIrCamYyKña )an . -19- . 2-kñúgkrNIEdlmankardak.

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edayehtudcU CamrN-21- . EcgrkSakarBar karGnuvtþedaybgçM kareRCIstaMgGnutN M ag nig karTTYlnUvkarsg . nig kareRCIstaMgGnutMNag .Gkñ tMNagedayGaNtþRi tUvrlt.BakübNþwg kareqøIyedaHsacMeBaHbNþwg karbþwgtb karcUlrYmGnþraKmn_bNþwg karbþwgeTAtulakarCan.ab.siT§iGMNacrbs. kardkBakübNþwg])aRs½yBI tulakarCan. 4-kñúgkrNIEdlGñktMNagedayGaNtþiminEmnCaemFavI PaKIk¾Gac[Gñk tMNagedayGaNtþienaH eFVItMNagcMeBaHEtskmμPaBbNþwgmYycMnYnEdl)an kMNt.smtßPaBkñúgkareFVIbNþgw b¤ mankrNIEdlGñk tMNagEdlc. 3-kñúgkrNIEdlGñktMNagedayGaNtþiCaemFavI PaKIBuMGackRmitnUvsiT§i tMNag)aneT elIkElgEtkrNITak. siT§iGMNacénGñktMNagedayGaNtþiminRtUvrlt.karTamTar nig karTTYl sÁal.BakübNþgw tb kardkBakübNþwg karpSHpSa karlHbg.Tgnwgkardak. 5-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTaMgbYnxagelIenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHGñk tMNagEdlRtUv)anGnuBaØatedayc.nUvsiT§itMNagedayGaNtþi 1-siTGi§ MNacrbs.sRmab.x<s. karpSHpSa karlHbg. maRta 55>.eLIy eTaHbICamankrNI EdlPaKITTYlmrNPaB b¤ )at.)ankMNt.RtUv)anbþÚr CaGaT× k¾eday .nUvkarTamTar kardkxøÜnBIbNþwg kardak.nUvkarTamTar cMeBaHerOgkþIEdlxøÜn)anTTYlGaNtþi .GñktMNagedayGaNtþi 1-GñktMNagedayGaNtþimansiTGi§ MNackñgú kareFVIral.skmμPaBbNþgw RBm TaMgkardak.xNÐTI 1 xagelIenH enAeBlNak¾)an .edayELk²edayPaKI)anEdr . maRta 56>.bBa©l Ú TaMgsiTei§ lIkarcat.ab. 2-siTti§ N M agEdlRtUv)anRbKl. maRta 54>.x<s.karTamTar karTTYlsÁal.BakübNþwg])aRs½yeTAtulakarCan.kñúgkareFVIskmμPaBbNþwgCMnYsPaKI .krNIEdlsiT§itMNagedayGaNtþiminrlt.x<s.bNþgw rab.ehtuénkarrlt.bg.

enaH PaKI b¤ GñktMNagedayGaNtþi GaccUleTAtulakarCamYyGñkCMnYy edaymankar GnuBaØatBItulakar . 3-esckþIEføgkarN_rbs.GñkCMnYy 1-ebImanPaBcaM)ac.TnM génbNþgw [)anc. kñúgkrNIenH tulakarGacGnuBaØat[buKÁlEdl xVHsiT§itMNagenaHeFVIskmμPaBbNþwgCabeNþaHGasnñ)an .edIm.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH Gaclubecal enAeBlNak¾)anEdr .tþri bs.viFankarkñúgkrNIénkarxVHsiT§itMNag 1-kñúgkrNIEdlmankarsgS½yénkarxVHsiT§itMNagedayGaNtþi tulakar RtUvRsavRCavGMBGI tiPß aBénsiTti§ N M ag edayqnÞanusTi i§ eTaHbICakarsgS½yenaHekIt eLIg enAkñúgdMNak.kic©kar GaNtþi CaGaT× .eFVICaGñktMNag enAeBlNak¾)anEdr .I[bMPnWø vU TMnak.lkçNsm. 3-skmμPaBbNþwgNaEdlRtUv)aneFVIeLIgedaybuKÁlEdlmankarxVHsiT§i tMNagedayGaNtþi RtUvmanGanuPaBRbtiskmμtaMgBIeBlEdlskmμPaBenaH)an eFVIeLIgedayeyageTAtamsc©anumtirbs. 2-karGnuBaØatEdl)ankMNt. maRta 58>.Gkñ tMNag b¤ karbBa©b.PaBénGñktMNag kar)at. maRta 57>.GMLúgeBl .PaKI .bg.GñktMNagedayGaNtþi minRtUvmanGanuPaB eLIy RbsinebIKμankarCUndMNwgGMBIkarrlt.as. 2-ebImankarxVHsiTi§tN M agedayGaNtþi tulakarRtUvENnaMEktRmUvnUvcMNuc xVHenaH edaykMNt.GñkCMnYy RtUvTukCaesckþIEføgkarN_EdlPaKI b¤ tMNagedayGaNtþi )aneFVIeLIgedayxøÜnÉg elIkElgEtkrNIEdlPaKI b¤ tMNag -22- .kalNamYykñúgbNþwgk¾eday .siT§ienaH BIsamIxøÜn b¤ GñktMNag eTAPaKImçageTot . 2-PaKIGacdksiTti§ N M agedayGaNtþei nAeBlNak¾)an rIÉGñktMNageday GaNtþiGacQb.las.nUvsiT§iGMNacrbs. 3-karrlt.

2-kñúgkrNIEdlkarTamTarelIpl sMNgénkarxUcxat R)ak.edayGaNtþi lubecal b¤ EktRmUvPøam² .rYcehIy¦ énRkmenH PaKI b¤ buKÁlepSg RtUvTTYlbnÞúk kñúgkarbg.enAkñúgmaRta 61 ¬Bn§dak. CMBUkTI 4 R)ak.kþItulakarEdl)ankMNt.kþI EpñkTI 1 Gtßn½y nig RbePTénR)ak.R)ak.Rbdab. kñúgkrNIEdlkarTamTareRcIncMNuckñúgbNþwg EtmYy témøsrubénkarTamTarTaMgenaH RtUv)ancat. 3-kñúgkrNIEdlmankarBi)akkñúgkarKNnatémøEdl)ankMNt.Rbdab.Rbdab.TMhM nig cMnYnénR)ak.kþIrdæb.karKNnatémøkmμvtßéú nbNþgw karKNnatémøkgúñ krNIbNþgw TamTar eRcIncMNuc 1-témøkmμvtßéú nbNþgw RtUv)anKNna edayEp¥kelIml U dæanénplRbeyaCn_ Edl)anTamTarkñúgbNþwgenaH .kþIPaKIEdl)ankMNt.Rbdab.Fanasgkñúg krNIbMBankic©snüa b¤ esah‘uy KWCakmμvtßúbnÞab.Rbdab. maRta 60>.kþI maRta 59>.bnSMénbNþwg enaHtémøTaMgenaH minRtUvbUksrubelIkarKNnatémøkmμvtßúénbNþwgeLIy .kþItulakareRkABIBn§¦ nig R)ak.kþIPaKI¦ énRkmenH .kþIEdl)anbg. enAkñúgmaRta 63 ¬R)ak.evNIEdlPaKI b¤ buKÁlepSg RtUvTTYlbnÞúk eyageTAtambBaØtþiénmaRta 64 ¬PaKEdlRtUvTTYlbnÞúk nig karsgvijnUv R)ak. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkarTamTarnImYy² kñúgkrNIEdlplRbeyaCn_Edl)anTamTar manlkçN³dUcKñacMeBaHkarTamTarnImYy²enaH .kñúgkfa-23- .Rbdab.Rbdab.BaküsMu¦ nig maRta 62 ¬R)ak.Tku Catémøkmμvtßéú nbNþgw .Rbdab.

xNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarRtUvkMNt.BakübNþwg]T§rN_ RtUvbg.BaküsMu 1-eBlEdldak. 100 ¬mYyry¦ erol .Bn§dak. 4-cMeBaHkardak.¦ erol . kñúg krNIEdltémøenaHminGacKNna)aneT enaHRtUvcat.Bn§ 2 dg ¬BIrdg¦ énBn§Edl)anKNnatamkfaxNÐTI 1 nig TI 2 xagelIenH eTAtulakar .lan¦ erol kñúgcMnYn 100>000 ¬mYyEsn¦ erol RtUvbg. 100>000>000 ¬mYyrylan¦ erol kñúgcMnYn 100>000 ¬mYyEsn¦ erol RtUvbg. 1>000 ¬mYyBan. 3-cMeBaHkardak. kñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvKNnatambBaØtéiþ nmaRta 60 ¬karKNnatémøkmμvtßúénbNþwg karKNnatémøkñúgkrNIbNþwgTamTareRcIncMNuc¦ énRkmenH .IeFVkI arKNnaBn§Edl)ankMNt.témøenaH edayqnÞanusiT§ismehtupl .ósR)aMdg¦ énBn§Edl)anKNnatamkfaxNÐTI 1 nig TI 2 xagelIenH rIÉcMeBaHkardak.BakübNþwg RtUvbg. 1>000>000>000 ¬mYyBan.lan¦ eroldl. maRta 61>.Tku fa mancMnnY 5>500>000 ¬R)aMlanR)aMEsn¦ erol .Bn§ 1/5 dg ¬mYyek. 2-témøkmμvtßéú nbNþgw EdlCamUldæanedIm. -24- . X-cMeBaHPaKéntémøkmμvtßúénbNþwgEdlelIs 1>000>000>000¬mYy Ban. K-cMeBaHPaKéntémøkmμvtßúénbNþwgEdlelIs 100>000>000 ¬mYy rylan¦ eroldl. x-cMeBaHPaKéntémøkmμvtßúénbNþwgEdlelIs 10>000>000 ¬db.Bn§EdlmancMnYnR)ak.lan¦ erol kñúgcMnYn 100>000 ¬mYyEsn¦ erol RtUvbg.BakübNþgw CMnCuM RmHsaCafμI RtUvbg. 10>000>000 ¬db. 300 ¬bIry¦ erol . 10>000 ¬mYymuWn¦ erol eTAtulakar .Bakü bNþwgsaTukçvij RtUvbg.edayKNnaeTA tamtémøkmμvtßéú nbNþgw Edl)ankMNt.lan¦ erol kñúgcMnYn 100>000 ¬mYyEsn¦ erol RtUvbg.kgúñ cMNcu nImy Y ²xageRkamenH eTAtulakar ³ k-cMeBaHPaKéntémøkmμvtßéú nbNþgw dl. 700 ¬R)aMBIrry¦ erol .

8-kñgú krNIEdl)anerobrab.R)ak.Gkñ Edl )anbg.cMeBaHkardak.mat.etOn BIcMnYn Bn§Edl)anKNnatamkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH .R)ak.¦ eroleTAtulakar .edayKNnatamkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH eTA tamtémøkmμvtßúénkarTamTar .Baküsu[ M ecjdIkaseRmcdas. tulakarnwgRtUvsgnUvBn§EdlkMNt.5-cMeBaHkardak.elIkdMbgU nig krNIEdlesckþs I eRmcelIkecalBakübNþgw edayminqøg kat. x-krNIEdlkarpSHpSa)anlT§plmuneBleFVIkarTajehtupleday pÞal.xageRkamenH eyaleTAtamBaküsurM bs.etOn Edl)aneFVIenAmunkarRbkas[GnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñ¦ b¤ maRta 331 ¬karepÞr nItiviFIdas.etOn RtUvbg.Baküsu[ M ecjdIkaseRmcdas.Tukfa mankardak.enA kñgú bBaØtéþi nkfaxNÐTI 1 nig bBaØtBþi IkfaxNÐTI 3 eTATI 5 RtUvbg.kNþalénBn§Edl)an bg.etOn Edl)aneFVeI nAeRkaykarRbkas[GnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñ¦ énRkmenH GñkEdl)an dak.EdlKNna edaydk cMnYnBn§EdlxøÜn)anbg.CaR)ak.BaküsuMeTAtulakar[seRmcesckþI eRkABIkarkMNt.etOn RtUvbg.BakübNþwg tambBaØtþién kfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 327 ¬GanuPaBénBaküsuMtva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcdas. ebIcat. 5>000 ¬R)aMBan.elIseTAvij .enAkEnøgTTYlBaküéntulakar .ab.Bn§RtUveFVeI daykarbg.Rbdab.kalbriecäTénkarTajehtupleday pÞal. 7-karbg.ehIyeTAvij .BaküsuM[ecjdIkaseRmcdas.kþxI ageRkamenH eTA -25- .edaycMNucxageRkamenH ³ k-krNIEdlbg.Rbdab.Bn§enAeBldak. krNIEdldkBakübNþgw muneBlcb.TukfaCaBaküsuMminRsbc.mat.kþItulakareRkABIBn§ 1-PaKI b¤ buKl Á EdlTak.karTajehtupledaypÞal.etOneTAnItiviFIénbNþwg edayBaküsuMtva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcdas. Bakü suMEdlmin)anbg. 6-cMeBaHkrNIdak.TgnwgerOgkþI RtUvbg.mat.Bn§cnM nY R)ak. cUlCasßaBr ³ sgBak.Bn§elIs ³ sgBn§Edl)anbg.Bn§EdlmancMnYn 1 PaK 2 ¬mYyPaKBIr¦ éncMnYnR)ak.eT RtUvcat. maRta 62>. .

tamcMnYnTwkR)ak;EdlkMNt;edaytulakar ³
k-cMnYnTwkR)ak;caM)ac;edIm,I[tulakareFVIkarBinitüPsþútag karbBa¢Ún
Éksar b¤ skmμPaBepSgeTot tamnItiviFIkñúgbNþwgrdæb,evNI .
x-cMnYnTwkR)ak;esμInwgesah‘uyeFVIdMeNIr nig esah‘uysñak;enAEdlcaM
)ac;sRmab;ecARkm nig RkLabBa¢I kñúgkrNIEdlRtUveFVIkarBinitüPsþútag karRsavRCavGgÁehtu b¤ skmμPaBepSgeTot EdlRbRBwtþeTAenAeRkAtulakar .
2-PaKI b¤ buKl
Á EdlTak;TgnwgerOgkþI EdlRtUvbg;R)ak;Rbdab;kdþI cU )ankMNt;
kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH cMeBaHR)ak;Rbdab;ks
Iþ Rmab;skmμPaBEdleFVeI LIgeday
BaküsuM KWGkñ dak;BaküsuM rIÉcMeBaHR)ak;Rbdab;ks
þI Rmab;skmμPaBEdleFVeI LIgeday
qnÞanusiT§irbs;tulakar KWGñkEdltulakar)ankMNt;[bg; .
3-cMeBaHskmμPaBEdlRtUvbg;R)ak;Rbdab;kþItambBaØtiþénkfaxNÐTI 1 xag
elIenH tulakarRtUvbgÁab;[PaKI b¤ buKl
Á EdlTak;TgnwgerOgkþI bg;cMnnY enaHCamun .
4-kñúgkrNIEdltulakar)anbgÁab;[bg;R)ak;Rbdab;kþICamun tambBaØtiþén
kfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH EtsamIxøÜnmin)anbg;CamuneTenaH tulakarGacmineFVInUv
skmμPaBEdlcaM)ac;RtUvmanR)ak;Rbdab;kþIenaH)an .
5-cMeBaHR)ak;Rbdab;kEIþ dl)ankMNt;kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 Edlmin)anbg;Camun
eT tulakarGacRbmUlBIGkñ EdlRtUvTTYlbnÞkú elIkarbg;R)ak;Rbdab;keIþ naH)an eday
GaRs½yelIdIkaseRmcrbs;tulakar tambBaØtiþénmaRta 64 ¬PaKEdlRtUvTTYl
bnÞúk nig karsgvijnUvR)ak;Rbdab;kþIEdl)anbg;rYcehIy¦ énRkmenH .
maRta 63>- R)ak;Rbdab;kþIPaKI
eRkABIkarkMNt;enAkñgú maRta 61 ¬Bn§dak;BaküsM¦u nig maRta 62 ¬R)ak;Rbdab;
kþItulakareRkABIBn§¦ xagelIenH cMnYnTwkR)ak;EdltulakarkMNt;fasmrmüeday
KitBicarNanUvlkçN³énerOgkþI b¤ lT§PaBRTBüFnrbs;PaKI CaGaT× kñúgcMeNam
karkMNt;kñúgcMNucxageRkamenH k¾RtUvcat;TukfaCaR)ak;Rbdab;kþIEdr ³
k-éføeFVIlixit dUcCa lixitBakübNþwg lixitBaküsuMepSgeTot b¤ Ék-26-

sarepSg² dUcCa ÉksareRtom CaGaT× nig éfødak;ÉksarenaHeTAtulakar .
x-esah‘uyeFVIdMeNIr R)ak;]btßmÖRbcaMéf¶ nig esah‘uysñak;enAsRmab;
PaKInigGñktMNag edIm,IbgðajxøÜntamkalbriecäTEdl)ankMNt; .
K-esah‘uyepSgeTot EdltulakarTTYlsÁal;faCaesah‘uycaM)ac;
sRmab;karGnuvtþnUvnItiviFIbNþwg .

EpñkTI 2
bnÞúkénR)ak;Rbdab;kþI
maRta 64>- PaKEdlRtUvTTYlbnÞúk nig karsgvijnUvR)ak;Rbdab;kþIEdl)anbg;
rYcehIy
1-R)ak;Rbdab;kþI KWCabnÞkú rbs;PaKIcaj;kIþ . kñúgkrNIEdl)ancaj;kþIEtmYy
PaKeT tulakarRtUvseRmcnUvbnÞkú EdlPaKImañ k;²RtUvTTYl edayqnÞanusiT§irbs;xøÜn .
2-eTaHbImankfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenHk¾eday k¾tl
u akarGacseRmctamkal³eTs³ [PaKIQHñ kþTI TYlbnÞkú bg;R)ak;Rbdab;kTIþ aMgGs; b¤ mYyPaK)an kñúgkrNIEdl
PaKIQñHkþIenaH)anRbRBwtþskmμPaBbNþwgNamYy EdlmincaM)ac;kñúgkartTl; b¤
karkarBarxøÜn b¤ )aneFVInItiviFIénbNþwg[mankaryWtya:v .
3-GñkEdleFVIshbNþwgRtUvTTYlbnÞúkbg;R)ak;Rbdab;kþIesμIPaKKña . b:uEnþ
tulakarGacseRmctamkal³eTs³ [PaKIEdleFVIshbNþwgTTYlbnÞúkbg;R)ak;
Rbdab;kþI edaysamKÁIPaB)an b¤ GacseRmc[PaKINamYyEdl)anRbRBwtþskmμPaBbNþwgNaEdlmincaM)ac;kgúñ kartTl; b¤ karkarBarxønÜ TTYlbnÞúkbg;R)ak;
Rbdab;kþIeRcInCagPaKIEdleFVIshbNþwgepSgeTot)an .
4-kñúgkrNIEdlGñktMNagEdlc,ab;)ankMNt; GñktMNagedayGaNtþi b¤
RkLabBa¢I )aneFVI[cMnYnTwkR)ak;Rbdab;kþIEdlKμanRbeyaCn_ekIteLIg edayectna
b¤ edaymankMhusF¶n;F¶rrbs;xøÜn tulakarEdl)anTTYlBakübNþwg GacbgÁab;[
GñkenaHsgnUvcMnYnénR)ak;Rbdab;kþIenaHvij)an edaydIkaseRmc tamBaküsuM b¤
edayqnÞanusiT§irbs;xøÜn .
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5-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 4 xagelIenH Gacbþwg
CMTas;)an .
maRta 65>- karseRmcesckþIelIbnÞúkénkarbg;R)ak;Rbdab;kþI
1-kñúgkarseRmcesckþIedIm,IbBa©b;erOgkþI tulakarRtUveFVkI arseRmcesckþGI MBI
bnÞúkénR)ak;Rbdab;kþITaMgGs; enAfñak;énkarCRmHkþIenaH edayqnÞanusiT§irbs;xøÜn .
2-kñúgkrNIEdltulakarCan;xs
< ;)anpøas;bÚþresckþIseRmcGgÁesckþI tulakarRtUveFVIkarseRmcGMBIbnÞúkénR)ak;Rbdab;kþITaMgGs;eLIgvij . bBaØtþienHRtUvyk
mkGnuvtþpgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdltulakarEdlTTYlbNþgw EdlRtUv)anbBa¢nÚ RtLb;
mkvij b¤ RtUv)anepÞr seRmcesckþIedIm,IbBa©b;erOgkþIenaH .
3-kñúgkrNIEdlerOgkþIenaH)ancb;edaymineFVIeTAtamkarseRmcesckþIeT
enaH tulakarénkarCMnCMu RmHelIkTI 1 RtUvbgÁab;[TTYlbnÞkú kñgú karbg;R)ak;Rbdab;
kþIenaH tamBaküsuM edaydIkaseRmc . b:uEnþ cMeBaHbNþwgEdl)anpSHpSaKñaehIy
enaH R)ak;Rbdab;kþIRtUv)anbg;eTAtamkarRBmeRBogKña ehIyRbsinebIKμankarRBmeRBogKñaeT PaKInImYy²RtUvTTYlbnÞúkkñúgkarbg;erog²xÜøn .
maRta 66>- nItiviFIedIm,IkMNt;CasßaBrnUvcMnYnR)ak;Rbdab;kþI
1-cMnYnR)ak;Rbdab;kþIEdlRtUvTTYlbnÞúkbg; RtUvkMNt;edayRkLabBa¢Irbs;
tulakarénkarCMnCuM RmHelIkTI 1 tamBaküsuM enAeRkayeBlEdlesckþs
I eRmcGMBI
bnÞúkenaH)anbegIátGanuPaBénkarGnuvtþ .
2-cMeBaHkrNIEdl)ankMNt;kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH ebIKUPaKITaMgsg
xagTTYlbnÞúkbg;R)ak;Rbdab;kþI R)ak;EdlPaKInImYy²RtUvTTYlbnÞúkbg;enaH RtUv
)ancat;Tukfa )aneFVIkarTUTat;CamYynwgKña cMeBaHcMnYnTwkR)ak;EdlRtUvKñarYcehIy .
3-karcat;EcgelIBaküsuEM dl)ankMNt;kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH nwgman
GanuPaB bnÞab;BI)anCUndMNwg tamrebobEdlGaccat;Tukfasmrmü .
4-kareFVIbNþwgtva:cMeBaHkarcat;EcgEdl)ankMNt;kñúgkfaxNÐTI 3 xag
elIenH RtUveFVIeLIgkñúgGMLúgeBl 1 ¬mYy¦ s)aþh_ eRkayBI)anTTYldMNwgenaH .
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kñúgkrNIEdltulakarTTYlsÁal;fa bNþwgtva:enaHmanmUlehtuRtwmRtUv tulakar
RtUvkMNt;cMnYnénbnÞúkR)ak;Rbdab;kþI edayxøÜnÉg .
5-GMLúgeBlEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 4 xagelIenH minGacBnüar
)aneLIy .

EpñkTI 3
R)atiePaKelIR)ak;Rbdab;kþI
maRta 67>- dIkaseRmcbgÁab;[dak;R)atiePaK
1-RbsinebIedImecaTKμanlMenAzan TIsñak;kar b¤ TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμenARBH
raCaNacRkkm<úCaeT tulakarRtUvbgÁab;[edImecaTdak;R)atiePaKelIR)ak;Rbdab;
kþI tamBaküsuMrbs;cugcemøIy edaydIkaseRmc . bBaØtþienHRtUvykmkGnuvtþpgEdr
cMeBaHkrNIEdlR)atiePaKenaHmankarxVHxat .
2-RbsinebIcugcemøIy)aneFVIesckþIedaHsaenAkñgú nItvi Fi IeRtomsRmab;karTaj
ehtupl b¤ )aneqøIyTajehtuplGMBIGgÁesckþIénbNþwgenAkñúgkarTajehtupl
edaypÞal;mat; eRkayBI)andwgfa manmUlehtuEdltRmUv[dak;R)atiePaK enaHcug
cemøy
I minGacdak;BaküsuMEdl)ankMNt;enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH)aneLIy .
3-cugcemøy
I Edl)andak;BaküsuEM dl)ankMNt;enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelI
enH GacbdiesFminRBmtTl;ngw bNþgw enHrhUtdl;eBlEdledImecaTdak;R)atiePaK)an .
4-tulakarRtUvkMNt;nUvcMnYnénR)atiePaK nig GMLúgeBlEdlRtUvdak;R)atiePaK enAkñúgdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH .
5-cMnYnénR)atiePaK RtUvkMNt;edayykcMnYnsrubénR)ak;Rbdab;kþIEdlcug
cemøIyRtUvcMNayenARKb;fñak;énkarCMnuMCRmH CamUldæan .
6-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsuMEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelI
enH GacbþwgCMTas;)an .
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maRta 68>- GanuPaBénkarmindak;R)atiePaK
RbsinebIedImecaT min)andak;R)atiePaK kñúgGMLúgeBlEdlRtUvdak;enaHeT
tulakarGacelIkecalnUvbNþgw edaysalRkm edayminqøgkat;karTajehtupl
edaypÞal;mat;)an . b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdl
R)atiePaKRtUv)andak;muneBlecjsalRkm .

EpñkTI 4
CMnYyse®gÁaHelIbNþwg
maRta 69>- karpþl;CMnYyse®gÁaHelIbNþwg
1-cMeBaHbuKÁlEdlKμanlT§PaBRTBüFnnwgbg;R)ak;EdlcaM)ac;edIm,IerobcM
nig RbRBwtþeTAnItiviFIbNþwg b¤ buKÁlEdlGacmankarlM)akya:gxøaMgkñúgkarRTRTg;
CIvPaB edaysarkarbg;R)ak;enH tulakarGacecjdIkaseRmc[CYyse®gÁaHelI
bNþwg tamBaküsuM . b:uEnþ bBaØteiþ nHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlc,as;
CaKμanlT§PaBnwgQñHkþIesaH .
2-dIkaseRmc[CYyse®gÁaHenH RtUveFVIeLIgtamfñak;énkarCMnCMu RmHnImYy² .
3-cMeBaHehtuénkarpþl;CMnYyse®gÁaHelIbNþwg RtUveFVIesckþIbBa¢ak;dMbUg .
maRta 70>- xøwmsarénCMnYyse®gÁaHelIbNþwg
1-dIkaseRmc[CYyse®gÁaHelIbNþgw RtUvmanGanuPaBeTAtamkarkMNt;kgúñ
dIkaseRmcdUcxageRkamenH ³
k-karBnüareBlbg;R)ak;Rbdab;kþItulakar .
x-karGnueRKaHmin)ac;[bg;R)ak;Rbdab;kþItulakar . b:uEnþ karseRmc
enH GaceFV)I ancMeBaHEtkrNINaEdltulakar)anyl;eXIjfasmrmü edayKit
BicarNaelIlT§PaBRTBüFnrbs;PaKI CaGaT× enAeRkayeBlEdlkarBnüar
eBlenH)anrlt; .
2-dIkaseRmc[CYyse®gÁaHelIbNþwgenH GacmanGanuPaBeTAelIEtbuKÁl
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Edl)anTTYldIkaenaHEtb:ueNÑaH .
3-kñúgkrNIEdlbuKÁlEdl)anTTYldIkaseRmc[CYyse®gÁaHelIbNþwg
RtUv)anyl;eXIjfa Kμanl½kçx½NÐEdl)ankMNt;kñúgmaRta 69 ¬karpþl;CnM y
Y se®gÁaH
elIbNþwg¦ xagelIenH b¤ buKÁlenaH)an)at;bg;l½kçx½NÐenaH tulakarEdlman
sMNeMu rOg GaclubecaldIkaseRmc[CYyse®gÁaHelIbNþwgenH ehIybgÁab;[PaKI
enaH bg;R)ak;Edltulakar)anBnüar b¤ GnueRKaHmin[bg; enAeBlNak¾)an tam
BaküsuMrbs;buKÁlEdlmanTMnak;TMngnwgplRbeyaCn_ b¤ edayqnÞanusiT§irbs;xøÜn
edaydIkaseRmc .
4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt;kñúgmaRta 69 ¬karpþl;CMnYyse®gÁaHelI
bNþwg¦ énRkmenH nig maRtaenH GacbþwgCMTas;)an .

CMBUkTI 5
R)atiePaKelIbNþwg
maRta 71>- viFIdak;R)atiePaK nig karbþÚrR)atiePaK
1-kardak;R)atiePaK RtUveFVItamviFItmál;CaR)ak; b¤ Ca]bkrN_GacCYjdUr)an
EdltulakarTTYlsÁal;fasmrmü enAkEnøgtmál; b¤ viFIepJIR)ak; b¤ ]bkrN_Gac
CYjdUr)anEdltulakarTTYlsÁal;fasmrmü enAtulakar b¤ viFIEdl)ankMNt;
epSg .
2-tulakarGacbgÁab;[bþÚrR)atiePaK tamBaküsurM bs;Gkñ Edl)andak;R)atiePaKenaHedaydIkaseRmc)an . b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminbiTsiT§irbs;PaKI kñúgkarbþÚr
R)atiePaKenaH eTAR)atiePaKepSgeTot tamkic©snüaeLIy .
maRta 72>- siT§irbs;GñkEdlTTYlkarpþl;R)atiePaK
buKÁlEdlTTYlkarpþl;R)atiePaKedIm,ICaplRbeyaCn_rbs;xøÜn mansiT§iCa
GaTiPaBeTAelIm©as;bMNulepSgeTot kñúgkarTTYlkarsgcMeBaHR)ak; b¤ ]bkrN_
GacCYjdUr)anEdlRtUv)antmál; b¤ epJI tambBaØtþiénmaRta 71 ¬viFIdak;R)atiePaK
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nig karbþrÚ R)atiePaK¦ xagelIenH edIm,IsgcMeBaHsiTei§ lIbMNl
u EdlRtUv)anFana .
maRta 73>- karlubecalnUvR)atiePaK
1-GñkmansiT§ielIR)atiePaK kñúgmaRtaenH sMedAeTAelIbuKÁlEdlTTYlkar
pþl;R)atiePaK edIm,ICaplRbeyaCn_rbs;xøÜn .
2-RbsinebIGñkEdl)andak;R)atiePaK )anbBa¢ak;nUvkarrlt;énehtuEdl
RtUvdak;R)atiePaK tulakarRtUvecjdIkaseRmclubecalnUvR)atiePaKenaH tam
BaküsuM .
3-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKña cMeBaHkrNIGñk
Edl)andak;R)atiePaK )anbBa¢ak;fa xøÜn)anTTYlkaryl;RBmBIGñkmansiT§ielI
R)atiePaKGMBIkarlubecalR)atiePaKenaH .
4-eRkayBIehtuEdlGñkmansiT§ielIR)atiePaKGaceRbIsiT§irbs;xøÜnenaH )an
ekItmaneLIg RbsinebItulakarCUndMNwg[GñkmansiT§ielIR)atiePaKfa xøÜnRtUveRbI
siT§irbs;xøÜnenaHkñúgGMLúgeBl 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ tamBaküsuMrbs;GñkEdl)andak;
R)atiePaK EtGñkmansiT§ielIR)atiePaKenaHmin)aneRbIsiT§irbs;xøÜneT GñkmansiT§i
elIR)atiePaKenaH RtUv)ancat;Tku fa )anyl;RBmcMeBaHkarlubecalnUvR)atiePaK
enaH .
5-cMeBaHdIkaseRmc Edl)ankMNt;enAkfaxNÐTI 2 nig TI 3 xagelIenH
GacbþwgCMTas;)an .

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KnßITI 2
nItiviFIénkarCRmHkþIelIkTI 1
CMBUkTI 1
bNþwg
maRta 74>- plRbeyaCn_énbNþwg
bNþwgGaceFVIeLIg)an kñúgkrNIEdlbNþwgenaHmankmμvtßCú avivaTtampøvÚ c,ab;
Cak;Esþg nig EdlvivaTenaHGacedaHRsayedaysalRkm .
maRta 75>- rebobdak;BakübNþwg nig cMNucEdlRtUvsresrkñúgBakübNþwg
1-karbþwg RtUveFVIedaydak;BakübNþwgCalayl½kçN_GkSr eTAtulakar .
2-enAkñúglixiténBakübNþwg RtUvsresrbBa¢ak;nUvcMNucxageRkamenH ³
k-eQμaH b¤ namkrN_ nig Gasydæanrbs;PaKI ehIynig eQμaH nig
Gasydæanrbs;GñktMNagEdlc,ab;)ankMNt; .
x-xøwmsarénsalRkmEdledImecaTTamTar[tulakarecj nig GgÁehtucaM)ac;edIm,IbBa¢ak;nUvkarTamTar .
3-enAkñúgBakübNþwg eRkABIcMNucEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgcMNuc x énkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH edImecaTKb,IsresrbBa¢ak;[c,as;las;nUvGgÁehtuEdlCa
mUlehtuénkarTamTar nig tamcMNcu EdlRtUvkarbBa¢ak;Psþtú ag Kb,IsresrbBa¢ak;
nUvGgÁehtusMxan;² kñúgcMeNamGgÁehtuTaMgmUlEdlTak;TgnwgGgÁehtuEdlCa
mUlehtuénkarTamTar nig Psþútag .
4-BakübNþwgEdlmansresrGMBImeFüa)aytTl; b¤ karBarxøÜn RtUvcat;Ca
ÉksareRtompgEdr .
maRta 76>- bNþwgTamTar[pþl;tavkalikenAeBlGnaKt
bNþwgTamTarkarpþl;tavkalikenAeBlGnaKt GaceFVeI LIg)an luHRtaEtman
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)an .tRmUv[eFVIkarTamTarenaHCamun .karkMNt. . bBaØtþienHRtUvykmkGnuvtþpgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdlBn§sRmab.kalbriecäTénnItvi Fi eI RtomsRmab.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RbsinebIedImecaT min)anEktRmUvcMNucxVHeT tulakarRtUvelIkBakübNþwgecal edaydIkaseRmc .[EktRmUvcMNucxVH cMeBaHBakübNþwgenaH kñúg GMLúgeBlenaH . -34- . maRta 80>.kalbriecäT énnItiviFIeRtomsRmab. bBaØteiþ naHRtUvyk mkGnuvtþdcU KñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdledImecaTmin)anbg.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH Gacbþwg CMTas.tambBaØtþiénmaRta 61 ¬Bn§dak.Baküsu¦M énRkmenH .karTajehtuplya:grh½s nig ekaHehAKUPaKI .PaBcaM)ac. maRta 79>. 2-bBaØtþiénmaRta 78 ¬karBinitüBakübNþwg¦ xagelIenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþ dUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdlBakübNþwgminGacbBa¢ÚneTA)an . maRta 77>.karBinitüBakübNþwg 1-kñúgkrNIEdlBakübNþwgpÞúynwgbBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 75 ¬rebob dak. dak.GMLúgeBlsmrmü nig bgÁab.karbBa©ÚlkarTamTareRcIncMNuceTAkñúgbNþwgEtmYy karTamTareRcIncMNuc GacykmkbBa©ÚlkñúgbNþwgEtmYy)an luHRtaEtbNþwg enaHedaHRsayedaynItiviFIRbePTdUcKña .BakübNþwg minRtUv)anbg. 2-kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.ehIy tulakarRtUvkMNt.karbBa¢ÚnBakübNþwg 1-BakübNþwgRtUvbBa¢ÚneTAcugcemøIyCacaM)ac.karTajehtuplelIk dMbgU 1-enAeBlEdlBakübNþgw RtUv)andak.sRmab. 3-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt. maRta 78>.BakübNþgw nig cMNcu EdlRtUvsresrkñgú BakübNþgw ¦ xagelIenH tulakarRtUv kMNt.R)ak.bBa¢nÚ Bakü bNþwgTukCamun .

elIkElgEtkñúg krNIEdlmanmUlehtuBiess .mat.bþÚrnUvkmμvtßúénbNþwg 1-edImecaTGacbEnßm b¤ pøas.ekaHehAPaKI[cUlmkenAkalbriecäTtambBaØtéiþ nRkmenH edaykMNt.)an . eFVIkarekaHehA 1-kñgú krNIEdltulakar)anbgÁab. kñgú krNIEdlbNþgw manlkçN³pÞy ú nwgc.karhambNþwgCan.)an .bþÚrenaH . maRta 82>.)an luHRtaEtminmankarbþÚrmUldæanénkarTamTar .enaHCamuneT tulakarGacelIkecal bNþwgedaydIkaseRmc)an luHRtaEtcugcemøIyKμankartva: .BIéf¶EdlBakübNþwgRtUv)andak.karbEnßm b¤ karpøas.karelIkbNþwgecalkñúgkrNIEdlmin)anbg.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH Gacbþwg CMTas. maRta 83>.bþÚrnUvkmμvtßéú nbNþgw rhUtdl.[edImecaTbg. 2-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt. EdlCacaM)ac. ehIycMNucxVHxatenaHminGac EktRmUv)aneT tulakarGacelIkbNþgw enaHecal edaysalRkm edayminqøgkat.karTaj ehtupledaypÞal. maRta 84>.tamkarTajehtupleday pÞal.R)ak.sRmab.ab. -35- . GMLgú eBlsmrmü EtedImecaTmin)anbg.mat.eBlcb. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdleFVI[nItiviFIénbNþwgmankar yWtya:vxøaMgedaysarkarbEnßm b¤ karpøas.kar PaKIminGacbþwgeTot)aneLIy .CamunnUvR)ak.brÚþ nUvkmμvtßúénbNþwg RtUveFVIeLIgCalayl½kçN_GkSr . karTajehtupledaypÞal.2-kalbriecäTEdl)ankMNt.kgúñ GMLgú eBl 30 ¬samsib¦ éf¶ bnÞab.CamunnUvR)ak.sRmab.kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvkMNt.mat. 2-karbEnßm b¤ karpøas. maRta 81>.Kña cMeBaHerOgkþIEdltulakarkMBugcat.karelIkbNþwgecal edayminqøgkat.

mat.bþÚrenaH tamBaküsuM b¤ edayqnÞanusiT§irbs. TMngKtiyutþEdlCacMNucvivaT kñúgdMeNIrkarBak.kñúgdMeNIrkarBak. maRta 87>. eBlcb.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelI RtUvbBa¢nÚ eTAPaKImaç geTot .karbNþwgedIm rhUtdl.ab.eXIjfa karbEnßm b¤ karpøas.TgnwgbNþwg RtUvykmkGnuvtþ cMeBaHbNþwgtb . maRta 86>.)an luHRtaEtkarTamTarEdlCakmμvtßéú n bNþwgtbenaHTak. .karTajehtupledaypÞal.tl u akardéTeTottamc.xøÜn . b¤ krNIEdlkarbþwgtbenaHnwgeFVI[mankaryWtya:vya:gxøaMg kñúgnItiviFIénbNþwg .bþÚrnUvkmμvtßúénbNþwg minRtwm RtUveT tulakarRtUvecjdIkaseRmcminyl. TMngKtiyutþEdlCacMNucvivaT enAkñúgsalRkm)an .I[tulakarbBa¢ak.kNþalTI 1-kñgú krNIEdlkarseRmcesckþI GaRs½yeTAelIGtßPi aB b¤ ntßiPaBénTMnak.RBmnwgkarbEnßm b¤ karpøas.enaH sßitenAeRkamsmtßkic© pþac. 4-eBlEdlyl.karbþwgTamTarkarbBa¢ak.ab.bþÚrnUv kmμvtßéú nbNþgw ¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdcU KñapgEdr cMeBaHkarBRgIkkarTamTartambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH . 2-bBaØtþiEdlTak.3-ÉksarEdl)ankMNt.muxrbs.tulakardéTeTottamc.TgnwgkarTamTarEdlCakmμvtßúénbNþwgedIm b¤ meFüa)aykarBarxøÜnsRmab.BIGtßPi aB b¤ ntßPi aBénTMnak.mxu rbs.bNþwgedIm .kNþalTI edImecaTGacBRgIkkar TamTar b¤ cugcemøIyGacbþgw tb edIm. 2-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 nig TI 3 énmaRta 84 ¬karbEnßm b¤ karpøas. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvyk mkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlkarTamTarkarbBa¢ak.bNþwgtb 1-cugcemøIyGacbþwgtb eTAtulakarEdlkMBugcat. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNI EdlkarTamTarCakmμvtßéú nbNþgw tbenaH sßti enAeRkamsmtßkci ©paþ c. maRta 85>.eBlénkarbegáItGanuPaBénkarp¥akGaC£ayukal CaGaT× -36- .

3-bBaØtéiþ nmaRta 48 ¬karcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_kñúglkçN³dUcCashbNþwg¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþ cMeBaHkrNIEdlGñkEdl)anTTYlGnub. CMBUkTI 2 karTajehtupledaypÞal.BakübNþwg b¤ eBlEdldak.mat. karRbRBwtþeTAtamGMLúgeBlKtiyutþ nwgbegáItGanuPaBenAeBl)andak.karp¥akGaC£ayukal b¤ sRmab.Tan b¤ karepÞrEdl)ankMNt.eTAtulakarnUvÉksarEdl)ankMNt.Tan b¤ karepÞrvtßúEdlCakmμvtßúénvivaT b¤ siT§ib¤katBVkic©EdlCa kmμvtßúénbNþwgenaHEdr . nig karerobcM EpñkTI 1 bTb.kñúgdMeNIrkarBak.BaØtþiTUeTA maRta 89>.Tan b¤ epÞr tambBaØtiþénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH k¾enAEtmanzan³CaPaKIénbNþwgdEdl eRkayBI)anepÞr .Tan b¤ karepÞr Edl)ankMNt.enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH BMmu an \T§iBleTAelIbNþwgeT .kark¾eday k¾PaKIénbNþwgminRtUv)anraraMg kñúgkareFVIGnub.enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 84 ¬karbEnßm b¤ karpøas.Gnub.karTaj -37- .EcgnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.bþÚrnUvkmμvtßúénbNþwg¦ b¤ kfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 84 ¬karbEnßm b¤ karpøas. 2-Gnub.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH køayCaGñkcUlrYmCYyGnþraKmn_ .sRmab.bþÚrnUvkmμvtßúénbNþwg¦ EdlRtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKña enAkñúgbBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 85 ¬karbþwgTamTarkarbBa¢ak.kardwknaMnItiviFIénbNþwgedayRbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmH 1-RbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmHRtUvdwknaMcat. maRta 88>.karTamTartampøvÚ tulakarEdlcaM)ac. GñkEdl)aneFVGI nub.TannUvvtßúEdlCakmμvtßúénvivaT CaGaT× 1-eTaHbIbNþwgkMBugRtUv)ancat..kNþalTI¦ én RkmenH .

kñúgbNþwg .ab. las.TnM génGgÁehtuceM BaH sakSI nig PsþútagepSg² edIm. maRta 90>.Psþútag cMeBaHcMNcu enaH enAkalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab. tulakarGacsaksYrPaKI b¤ [PaKIGHGag b¤ bBa¢ak.Ecgrbs.mat.as. tulakar tambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 90 ¬siT§i[bMPøW CaGaTצ xagelIenH tulakarRtUvseRmcesckþI cMeBaHbNþwgtva:enaH edaydIkaseRmc .xøÜnmin[niyay)an .as.EcgkarTajehtupledaypÞal. maRta 92>. maRta 93>.[)anRKb.krNIykic©RsavRCavrbs.las.mat. edaybBa¢ak.TgnwgbNþgw manPaBc.bNþwgtva:cMeBaHkardwknaMnItiviFIbNþwg kñúgkrNIEdlPaKI)aneFVIbNþwgtva: cMeBaHkardwknaMkareFVnI tI vi Fi eI RtomsRmab.bBa¢arbs.eBlEdlRtUvdak.RKan.)an .)an . b¤ cMeBaHkarcat. 3-enAeRkABIkalbriecäT tulakarGacbgÁab.I[cMNucénGgÁehtu nig GgÁc.karTajehtupl b¤ karTajehtupledaypÞal. maRta 91>. 2-PaKIGacTamTar[tulakarsYrsMNYrcaM)ac.meFüa)aytTl.karTajehtupl b¤ karTajehtupleday pÞal. 2-RbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmHGacGnuBaØat[CnNamñak.eXIjfa RtUvkar[ bMPøWCacaM)ac.mat.PaKI PaKIRtUveFVIkarRsavRCav[)anlMGti Camun nUvTMnak. karTajehtupl b¤ karTajehtupledaypÞal.EdlTak.niyay)an nig Gac hamCnEdlminsþab.[PaKIeRtomxønÜ nwgerobcMkareqøy I bMPøW enAkalbriecäTbnÞab.IeFVIkarGHGag nig bBa¢ak.ehtupl nig RtUvdwknaMcat.siT§i[bMPøW CaGaT× 1-edIm.cMNucEdltulakaryl.eTAPaKImçageTot enAkalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab. .[tulakarenAeBlNamYyEdlsm-38- . . b¤ karBarxøÜn RtUvdak. b¤ karBarxøÜn meFüa)aytTl.mat.c.

eTAtulakaryWtya:vmin RtUvnwgeBlsmrmü edayectna b¤ edaykMhs u d¾Fn¶ F. b¤ minbgðajxøÜntamkalbriecäTEdl)anekaHehA[mkbMPøWeT .xøÜn RbsinebItulakaryl.eXIjfa kardak.karelIkecalmeFüa)aytTl. maRta 95>.Tukfa)ansarPaB 1-kñúgkrNIEdlPaKImin)anbgðajc.GgÁehtuEdlGacykmkeFVICamUldæanénsalRkm tulakarminGacykGgÁehtuNa EdlPaKINamYymin)anGHGag mkeFVICa mUldæanénsalRkm)aneLIy .karTajehtupl nig karTaj ehtupledaypÞal.mat.geFVkI arpSHpSa)an eTaHbICabNþwgsßitenAkñúgdMNak. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdltulakarKitBicarNaGMBI dMeNIrkar nig xøwmsarénerOgkþI ehIyyl. 2-kñúgkrNIEdlPaKIeFVIesckþIEføgkarN_fa xøÜnmindwgGMBIGgÁehtuEdlPaKI mçageTot)anGHGag PaKIenaH RtUv)ansnμtfa )antva:GMBIGgÁehtuenaH . b¤ karBarxønÜ Edl)andak. b¤ karBarxønÜ EdlmanGtßny ½ minc.las.eXIjfa PaKIenaH)antva:GMBIGgÁehtu . b¤ karBarxønÜ )an tamBaküsuM b¤ eday qnÞanusiT§irbs.as.eT PaKIenaHRtUv)ancat.meFüa)ayenaH eFVI[man karyWtya:vkñúgkarbBa©b.PaKI tulakarGacecj dIkaseRmcelIkecalmeFüa)aytTl. b¤ karBarxøÜnEdl)andak. maRta 96>. kñgú krNIEdlPaKImni )aneFVkI ar bMPøWcaM)ac.geFVIkarpSHpSa tulakarGacsakl.karsakl. maRta 97>. r¶ rbs.kal -39- .nItiviFIénbNþwg . nUvqnÞ³tva:GMBIGgÁehtuEdl PaKImçageTot)anGHGag enAkñúgnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.Tku fa )ansarPaBGMBGI gÁehtuenaH .karcat.las.as. 2-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþEdr cMeBaHmeFüa)ay tTl.ytW ya:v minRtUvnwgeBlsmrmü 1-cMeBaHmeFüa)aytTl. maRta 94>.rmü eTAtamdMeNIrkarénbNþwg .

BaküsuMsaksYrsakSIenaH tulakarRtUvsaksYrsakSIenaH .Nak¾eday . CaGkSr b¤ [CnEdlK eFVIesckþI EføgkarN_ CaGkSr)an .TgnwgnItiviFIrdæb. 2-kñúgkrNIEdlPaKIdwg b¤ GacdwgGMBIPaBxusc.tþiRKb. maRta 98>.siT§ibþwgtva:enH . b¤ K tulakarRtUv[manGñkbkERbEdlmanlkçNsm. cUlrYmCamYy nwgCnenaH . maRta 99>.siT§ienH)an . maRta 100>. b:uEnþ tulakarGacsYrCnEdlføg.karbMEbk nig karrYmbBa©ÚlerOgkþI 1-tulakarGacbgÁab. 2-bBaØtþisþIBIGñkeFVIekaslvic½yénRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHGñkbkERb elIkElgEtmanPaBpÞúynwglkçN³enaH .RKan.ab.bg.karcUlrYmrbs.evNI minGacyl.nUvsiT§ibþwgtva:sþIGMBInItiviFIénbNþwg 1-kñúgkrNIEdlPaKImçag b¤ tulakar)aneFVIskmμPaBbNþgw NamYyEdlpÞy ú BIbBaØtþiGMBInItiviFIénbNþwg PaKIGacbþwgtva:cMeBaHskmμPaBenaHeTAtulakar ehIy GacGHGagGMBIemaXPaBénskmμPaBenaH)an .bg.mat.kar)at. enAeBlPaKIEdlminman»kassak sYrsakSI edaysarsakSIenaHRtUv)ansaksYrrYcehIymuneBlbBa©ÚlerOgkþI )an dak.PasaExμr b¤ føg. -40- . 2-kñúgkrNItulakar)anbgÁab. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlmin Gace)aHbg.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH ehIymin)aneFVIkarbþwgtva:enAeBlsmrmüeT PaKIenaHRtUv)at.[bBa©ÚlerOgkþIEdlmanPaKIxusKña enAkñúg nItiviFIénkarTajehtupledaypÞal.GñkbkERb CaGaT× 1-RbsinebICnEdlTak.[bMEbk b¤ bBa©ÚlerOgkþI edaydIkaseRmc b¤ Gaclub ecaldIkaseRmcenaH)an .Edl)ankMNt.

b¤ minTTYlsÁal.ÉksareRtomelIkdMbUgrbs. -41- .GMLúgeBlEdlRtUvdak. tulakarGacbgÁab. .karTajehtupl maRta 103>.TgnwgcMNucCak. maRta 102>.ÉksareRtom)an .karTajehtupl enAkñúgnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.EpñkTI 2 ÉksareRtom maRta 101>.eTAtulakarelIkdMbgU RtUvmansresrGMBkI areqøy I tb cMeBaHxømw sarénsalRkmEdledImecaT)ansresrTamTarenA kñgú BakübNþgw nig karTTYlsÁal.nvU GgÁehtuEdlmansresrenA kñúgBakübNþwg nig GgÁehtuedIm. 3-enAkñgú ÉksareRtomEdlcugcemøy I dak.mni RsbKña nig erobcMPsþútag EdlTak. b¤ karBarxøÜn nig esckþIEføgkarN_ cMeBaHmeFüa)aytTl.lak.cug cemøIy b¤ ÉksareRtomEdlmansresrGMBkI arGHGagcMeBaHcMNcu Cak.lak.PaKI bMPnWø vU cMNcu vivaTénerOgkþEI dlKUPaKIyl.PaKImçageTot .Itva:cMeBaHGgÁehtuEdlmansresrenAkñúgBakü bNþwg CaGaT× .[PaKIdak.mat.ÉksareRtom 1-enAeBleFVInItiviFIeRtomsRmab.karTajehtupl tulakarRtUverobcMnUvesckþIGHGagrbs.NamYy .IGaceFVIkarvinicä½yerOgkþIenAkñúgnItiviFI énkarTajehtupledaypÞal.eKalbMNgénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.karTajehtupl nig karTajehtupl edaypÞal.mat. 2-enAkñúgÉksareRtom RtUvmansresrGMBImeFüa)aytTl.NamYy b¤ RtUveFVIkaresñIsuM[BinitüPsþútagEdlTak. b¤ karBarxøÜnrbs.eBlevlaEdlRtUvdak.[)anl¥itl¥n.TgnwgcMNucvivaTénerOgkþIenaH edIm. EpñkTI 3 nItiviFIeRtomsRmab.ÉksareRtom CaGaT× tulakarGackMNt.

nItiviFIeRtomsRmab.karTajehtupl RtUveFVIeLIgenAkalbriecäTEdlPaKI sgxagGaccUlrYm)an .karTajehtupl eday)anbBa©b.gpSHpSaCa dMbUgsin elIkElgEtyl.TgnwgkaresñIsuM[BinitüPsþútag b¤ dIkaseRmcepSgeTot EdlGacseRmc)an eRkABIkalbriecäTénkarTajehtupledaypÞal. meFüa)aytTl.karTajehtupl eRkayBI)anbBa©bn.mat.GMBIGgÁehtuEdlnwgRtUvbMPøW CaGaT× enAeBlbBa©b.IerobcMcMNucvivaTénerOgkþI nig Psþútag . b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþ eLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlmeFüa)ayenaH Tak.nItiviFIeRtomsRmab.edIm. maRta 105>.karTajehtupl tulakarGacecj dIkaseRmcEdlTak. b:uEnþ tulakarGacGnuBaØat[GñkEdltulakaryl.kalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.karTajehtupl tulakarRtUvsakl.karTajehtupl enAkñúgnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.CamYyPaKI nUvGgÁehtuEdlnwgRtUvbMPøWenAeBlBinitüPsþútagenAeBleRkay .karsakl.gpSHpSaenAkñúgnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.CaGñksegátkarN_)an . b¤ karBarxøÜnfμI)aneToteT .eXIjfaminsmrmü . 2-kalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.karTajehtupl mincaM)ac. maRta 106>.ebIkCa saFarN³eT .karTajehtupl enAkalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.maRta 104>. nig Gac BinitüPsþútagCaÉksar edaymankRmitcaM)ac. tI vi Fi eI RtomsRmab.eXIjfasmrmü cUlsþab. maRta 108>.TgnwgcMNcu EdltulakarRtUvRsavRCav edayqnÞanusTi ri§ bs.skmμPaBénbNþgw CaGaT× enAkñúgnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.GanuPaBénkarbBa©b. maRta 107>.karerob cMcMNucvivaTénerOgkþI nig PsþútagehIy enaHtulakarRtUveFVIkarbBa¢ak.meFüa)ayfμeI naH mineFVI[mankaryWt -42- .karTajehtupl 1-nItiviFIeRtomsRmab.karTajehtuplehIy PaKImni Gacdak.karbBa¢ak.xnÜø b¤ krNIEdlkardak.

karTajehtu pl enARKb.karTajehtupl edayKμankMhus F¶n.enAkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH . tI vi Fi eI RtomsRmab.las.PaKI cMeBaHGgÁehtuEdl)an GHGagedayPaKImçageTot nig karTTYlsÁal.ehtusBIþ nI tI vi Fi eI RtomsRmab.RtanUv cMNucxageRkamenH ³ k-sBaØaNerOgkþI .karTajehtupl tulakarRtUv[RkLabBa¢IeFVIkMNt.nUvcMNucxageRkamenH ³ k-xømw sarénsalRkmEdledImecaTTamTar[tulakarecj nig cemøIy tbrbs. X-eBlevla nig TIkEnøg .ehtusþIBInItiviFIeRtomsRmab.cMeBaHPaBRtwmRtUv -43- .cMNucCarUbmnþénkMNt. maRta 111>.ehtusþIBInItiviFIeRtomsRmab.karTajehtupl RtUvkt. K-karTTYlsÁal.RtanUvesckþIsegçbGMBIskmμPaBEdl)aneFVIeLIgenAkalbriecäTnImYy² ehIyCaBiess RtUv kt.karTajehtupl RtUvkt. b¤ minTTYlsÁal.as.karTajehtupl 1-enAkñúgkMNt. maRta 110>.cMNcu sarFatuénkMNt.ehtusBIþ nI tI vi Fi eI RtomsRmab. 2-RbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmH nig RkLabBa¢I RtUvcuHhtßelxaelIkMNt.F¶reLIy . b¤ minTTYlsÁal.Rta[)anc.ehtusþIBInItiviFIeRtomsRmab.karTajehtupl enAkñgú kMNt. meFüa)ayenaH muneBlbBa©bn.kalbriecäTnImYy² .kMNt. x-xøwmsarénGgÁehtuEdl)anGHGag nig karesñIsuM[BinitüPsþútag .cugcemøIycMeBaHkarTamTarenaH . maRta 109>.ntI iviFéI nbNþgw b¤ krNIEdlPaKI)aneFVeI sckþbI Ba¢ak. K-eQμaHPaKI GñktMNag GñkCMnYykar nig GñkbkERbEdl)anbgðajxøÜn .ehtu Edl)ankMNt.ehtusþIBInItiviFIeRtomsRmab. x-eQμaHecARkm nig RkLabBa¢I .dbM gU fa xøÜnminGacdak.ya:vdl.rbs.

mat.RtaénkMNt.karTamTar .B½n§ bþwgtva:cMeBaHesckþIkt.ehtusþIBInItiviFIeRtomsRmab.sBVRKb. g-cMNucEdltulakar)anbgÁab.ehIy tulakarRtUvkMNt.Rta tamkarTamTarrbs.TgnwgrebobeFVnI tI vi Fi eI RtomsRmab. -44- .mat.ehtuenH)an)at.kalbriecäT edIm.karTajehtuplenaH RtUvkt. X-kardkBakübNþwg karpSHpSa karlHbg.énÉksar .ehtuenaH .karkMNt.Rta nig cMNucEdltulakar GnuBaØat[kt.IeFVIkarTajehtupledaypÞal.[kt.karTajehtupl)ancb. karTajehtupl GacbBa¢ak. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdl kMNt.karTamTar nig karTTYl sÁal. karTajehtupl CaGaT× 1-kñúgkrNIEdlPaKI b¤ GñkdéTeTotEdlBak. 2-PaBRtwmRtUvkñgú karGnuvtþtambBaØtTiþ ak.Rta enAkñúgkMNt.mat.ehtu sþIBInItiviFIeRtomsRmab.karTaj ehtuplEtb:ueNÑaH . enAeBlEdlnItiviFIeRtomsRmab. ehIyRtUv ekaHehAKUPaKImkcUlrYm .ehtusþIBInItiviFIeRtomsRmab. c-karseRmcesckþIEdl)aneFVIeLIgenAkalbriecäTenaH edaymineFVICa layl½kçN_GkSr . EpñkTI 4 karTajehtupledaypÞal.kalbriecäTedIm.)an edaykMNt.IeFVIkarTajehtupledaypÞal.PaKI .karbþwgtva:cMeBaHesckþIkt. maRta 113>. maRta 112>.esckþIbþwg tva:enH enAkñúgkMNt. b¤ )anvinas .

2-karTajehtupledaypÞal.énkarTajehtupledaypÞal.fa RtUveFVIkarTajehtupledaypÞal.saFarN³ b¤ krNIEdlmanbBaØtþiBiessenA kñgú c.mat. edayGnuelameTA tamvaküxNÐTI 2 énkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarGacsYrPaKI)an .mat.karTajehtupl maRta 116>. PaKIRtUveFVIesckþIEføg karN_GMBIlT§plénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.mat.mat. 2-esckþIEføgkarN_Edl)ankMNt. 3-enAeBleFVIkarTajehtupledaypÞal.mat. 2-kñúgkrNIEdlmineFVIkarTajehtupledaypÞal.esckþEI føgkarN_GBM l nig karTajehtupl 1-enAkñúgnItiviFIénkarTajehtupledaypÞal. .ab. 1-karTajehtupledaypÞal.mat.Fñab.mat.nvU karTaj ehtupledaypÞal.karTajehtupledaypÞal.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUveFVIeLIg edaycg¥úlbgðaj[)anc. . b:uEnþ cMeBaHerOgkþI b¤ cMNcu NaEdlRtUvseRmceday dIkaseRmc tulakarRtUvkMNt.as. .las. I T§plénnItvi Fi eI RtomsRmab. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlPaBCa saFarN³enH bNþal[xUcsNþab.IecjsalRkmeTAelIbNþgw tulakarcaM)ac.edaykarBinitü PsþútagenAeBleRkay enAkñúgkarTajehtupledaypÞal.nUvGgÁehtuEdlnwgRtUvbBa¢ak. b¤ min RtUveFVI . 1-edIm.ab. RtUveFVIeLIg enAsalsvnakarCa saFarN³ . 3-bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 nig TI 2 xagelIenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaH krNIEdlmanbBaØtþiBiessenAkñúgc.RtUvEtqøgkat. .RtUveFVIeLIgenAkalbriecäTEdlPaKIsg xagGacmanvtþman)an .mat.maRta 114>.PaBcaM)ac.mat.karTajehtupl . maRta 115>. PaKIGacGHGagbEnßmeTot -45- .mat.

c-ehtukarN_EdleFVIkarTajehtupledaypÞal.karTajehtupl CaGaTצ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKña pgEdr cMeBaHkMNt.kMNt.ehtusþIBIkarTajehtupledaypÞal. maRta 118>. 5-tulakarGacGnuBaØat[PaKInImYy²eFVIkarTajehtuplcugeRkay)an mun eBlbBaÄb.ehtusþIBIkarTajehtupledaypÞal. 2-bBaØtþiénmaRta 112 ¬karbþwgtva:cMeBaHesckþIkt.mat.mat.CasaFarN³ b¤ ehtukarN_ nig mUlehtu Edlmin)aneFVCI asaFarN³kñgú krNImni eFVCI asaFarN³ .mat. 1-enAkñgú kMNt.karTajehtupledaypÞal.mat.karTajehtupl¦ énRkmenH .mat. maRta 117>.PsþútagenaH pÞúynwgmaRta 108 ¬GanuPaBénkarbBa©b. b:Eu nþ bBaØteiþ nHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlkarGHGagGgÁehtu b¤ kardak.kalbriecäTnImYy² . g-eBlevla nig TIkEnøgénkarTajehtupledaypÞal.cMNucCarUbmnþénkMNt. .enH .mat. .ehtu sþIBI nItiviFIeRtomsRmab.-46- .RtanUvcMNuc xageRkamenH ³ k-sBaØaNerOgkþI .ehtusþIBIkarTajehtupledaypÞal.ehtusBIþ kI arTajehtupledaypÞal.PsþútagmkeTot)an .nItiviFIeRtomsRmab. 1-tulakarRtUv[RkLabBa¢IeFVIkMNt. X-eQμaHPaKI GñktMNag GñkCMny Y kar nig GñkbkERbEdl)anbgðajxønÜ .Bei ss tulakarGaceFVInItiviFIeRtom sRmab. K-eQμaHtMNagGyükarEdl)ancUlrYm RbsinebIman .eXIjfa RtUvkarCacaM)ac.mat. x-eQμaHecARkm nig RkLabBa¢I . 2-RbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmH nig RkLabBa¢I RtUvcuHhtßelxaenAkñúgkMNt. RtUvkt.RtaénkMNt. mat.ehIy ebIyl. 4-eRkayBI)anBinitüPsþútagenAkñúgkalbriecäTeFVIkarTajehtupleday pÞal.GMBIGgÁehtu nig dak. enARKb.mat.karTajehtuplCafμImþgeTot)an edaydIkaseRmc .ehtusþIBIkarTajehtupledaypÞal.

as.las.ehtusBIþ kI arTajehtupledaypÞal.GñkeFVI ekaslvic½y .ehtu Edl)ankMNt.edaymintamkarseRmcesckþIeT esckþIEføgkarN_rbs.BIéf¶EdlxøÜn)andwgfabNþwgenaHRtUv)ancb.f b¤ mineFVIsm. GñkeFVIekaslvic½y nig mUlehtuEdlmin)an[sakSI nig GñkeFVIekaslvic½yeFVI sm.Rta[)anc.cMNucsarFatuénkMNt.RtakñúgkMNt. c-karseRmcesckþIEdl)aneFVIeLIgedaymin)aneFVICalayl½kçN_ GkSr .ehtu kñúg GMLúgeBl 1 ¬mYy¦ s)aþh_ Kitcab.karTamTar karTTYlsÁal.RtatamkarTamTarrbs. X-lT§plénkarRtYtBinitü . K-kareFVIsm. . karTamTar nig karsarPaB .ehtusþIBIkarTajehtupledaypÞal. g-cMNcu Edltulakar)anbgÁab.mat. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienH min RtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlPaKITamTar[kt.xøÜn nig rbs. 1-enAkñgú kMNt.PaKI .[kt. PaKIpaÞ l. -47- .sakSI rbs. 2-eTaHbImanbBaØtþienAkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenHk¾eday kñúgkrNIEdlbNþwg RtUv)anbBa©b.RtanUvesckþI segçbGMBIkarTajehtuplnImYy² ehIyCaBiess RtUvkt. nUvcMNucxageRkamenH ³ k-kardkBakübNþwg karpSHpSa karlHbg. RtUvkt. q-karRbkasesckþIseRmc . x-esckþIEføgkarN_rbs.mat. maRta 119>.xøÜn nig rbs.sakSI rbs.GñkeFVeI kaslvicy ½ nig lT§plénkarRtYtBinti ü Gacmin sresrkñúgkMNt.enAkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH .sakSI rbs.PaKIpÞal.xnÜø nig rbs.f .PaKIpÞal.frbs.ehtu)an edayTTYlkarGnuBaØatBItulakar .Rta nig cMNcu EdltulakarGnuBaØat [kt.

karbNþwgenaH . kñúgsalsvnakar minGaceFVI)aneLIy ebIKμankarGnuBaØatBItulakar .x<s.enHkMBugcat. maRta 122>.mat.mat.esckþI EføgkarN_rbs. edayykeFVCI aGaKtdæankñgú kMNt.karykÉksar CaGaT× CaGaKtdæan nig karP¢ab. b¤ rbs. RkLabBa¢IRtUveFVIÉksarEdlkt.CaCvelx karftExSGat.sakSI rbs. b¤ ExSvIedGU nUvesckþIEføgkarN_rbs.RtaedayftExSGat.kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RbsinebImankaresñI suMrbs.maRta 120>.GñkeFVIekaslvic½yCalayl½kçN_ GkSr .sakSI rbs. enAeBltulakarCan.karkt.GñkeFVIekaslvic½y edIm.rbs.PaKIpÞal.ehtu 1-eTaHbImanbBaØtþidUckfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 119 ¬cMNucsarFatuénkMNt. eXIjfacaM)ac.x<s. ExSvIedGU b¤ vtßúepSgeTotEdltulakaryl.CamYysMNuMerOgCa]bsm<½n§ )an .¦ xagelIenHk¾eday RbsinebImankarGnuBaØatBItulakar RkLabBa¢IGacftExSGat. maRta 121>. ehtusþIBIkarTajehtupledaypÞal.ICMnYskMNt.ehtuCalayl½kçN_ GkSr)an . CaGaT× CMnYskMNt. -48- . bBaØtþienHRtUvykmkGnuvtþpgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdltulakarCan.PaKI rhUtdl.Ca]bsm<½n§ Éksar rUbft ExSGat.karkRmiiténkarftrUb CaGaT× kñúgsalsvnakar karftrUb karkt.yl. 2-kñgú krNIEdl)ankMNt. b¤ rbs.PaKIpÞal.ehtuenaH ehIyP¢ab.xøÜn)an . kñúgkrNIenH enAeBlEdltulakarGnuBaØat PaKIGacbeBa©jmti eyabl.eXIjfa smrmü GacykeFVICaEpñkmYyénkMNt.ehtusþIBIkarTajehtupledaypÞal. karftExSvIedGU b¤ karpSaybnþ pÞal.bNþwgenH)anbBa©b.

K-karsarPaBenHbNþalmkBIskmμPaBbTelμIsrbs. 2-GgÁehtuEdlPaKI)ansarPaBenAcMeBaHmuxtulakar nig GgÁehtuEdltulakaryl.[)anCak. maRta 125>. 3-PaKIGacdkesckþIsarPaB)an kñúgkrNIdUcxageRkamenH ³ k-PaKImçageTotBMutva: .TTYlsÁal. b¤ minTTYlsÁal. . 2-RbsinebItulakarBMuGacseRmcfa RtUvTTYlsÁal.mat.PaKI .lak.epSgeTot enaHtulakarGaceFVIkarBinitüPsþútag edayqnÞanusTi )i§ an .CMBUkTI 3 Psþútag EpñkTI 1 bTb.eKalkarN_seRmcesckþIedayPsþútag 1-tulakarRtUvTTYlsÁal. b:uEnþ tulakarGacBicarNaGMBIsßanPaBTaMgmUl Edl)anelceLIgenAeBleFVIkarTaj ehtupledaypÞal.GgÁehtuedayEp¥kelIPsþútagCamUldæan .RcLM .karBinitüPsþútag 1-karBinitüPsþútag RtUveFVIeLIgtamkaresñIsuM[Binitürbs.)an .GñkdéT .karesñIsMu[BinitüPsþútag 1-PaKIEdlesñIsMu[BinitüPsþútag RtUvEtkMNt. maRta 124>.nUvkar GHGagGMBIGgÁehtu edayPsþútagEdlKUPaKI)anesñIsuM[Binitü b¤ ebIyl.GMBIGgÁehtu EdlRtUvbBa¢ak.Esþg tulakarBMucaM)ac.eXIjfa mankarcaM)ac. x-karsarPaBenaH pÞúynwgkarBit edayPan.GgÁehtuenaH edayEp¥kelIPsþútageT . -49- .BaØtþiTUeTA maRta 123>.eXIjfa manPaBCak.

mat. enAkalbriecäT énkarTajehtupledaypÞal. 2-karsaksYreTAelIsakSI b¤ samIPaKI ebIGaceFVI)an RtUvEteFVIedaysmUhviFI .dbM gU bnÞab. karTajehtupl b¤ munkalbriecäTénkarTajehtupledaypÞal.2-PaKIEdlesñs I [ uM Binti üPsþtú ag Kb.eXIjfamincaM)ac.mat.IRbECgelIPaBCMenOénesckþIEføgkarN_rbs.karerobcMcMNucvivaT nig PsþútagrYcehIy .IbMPøW[c. 2-karBinitüPsþútag GaceFVIeTA)an eTaHCakñúgkrNIEdlPaKImin)ancUlxøÜn tamkalbriecäTk¾eday . b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHmin RtUvykmkGnuvtþ cMeBaHPsþútagEdlKμanTMnak.TMngCamYynwgGgÁehtuEdlnwgRtUv bBa¢ak. nig TMnak.eLIy . nig PsþútagÉeTotEdltulakaryl.karBinitüPsþútagedaysmUhviFI 1-tulakarRtUveFV[ I karBinti üPsþtú agGacRbRBwteþ TACabnÞan. -50- . 3-ÉksarEdlbRmugnwgeRbIenAkñúgkarsaksYrsakSI CaGaT× RtUvdak.karTTYlykPsþútag tulakarRtUvBinitüPsþútagEdlPaKI)anesñIsMu[Binitü .as.BI)anbBa©b. 3-karesñIsMu[BinitüPsþútag k¾GaceFVImunkalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab. maRta 127>.sakSI CaGaT× .Icl U rYmkñgú karBinti ü Psþútag .GMBIGgÁehtuEdlRtUv bBa¢ak.siT§icUlrYmrbs.las.PaKI 1-tulakarRtUvFananUv»kas[manvtþmanrbs.TMngrvagGgÁehtuenaHnigPsþútag .CUnenA kñgú GMLgú eBlEdlsmrmü muneBlcab.)anEdr . maRta 126>.PaKI edIm. maRta 128>. 4-karesñIsMu[saksYrsakSI nig samIPaKI ebIGaceFVI)an RtUveFVICamYyKña[ eRscEtmþg .epþmI eFVkI arsaksYreTAelIsakSI CaGaT× enaH elIkElgEtÉksarEdlnwgeRbICaPsþútag edIm.

RbeTsenaHk¾eday k¾enAEtmansuBlPaBEdr ebIkar BinitüPsþútagenaHminpÞúynwgRkmenHeT . 4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt.krNIykic©rbs.kic©karRsavRCavEdlcaM)ac.karBinitüPsþútagenAbreTs 1-karBinitüPsþútagEdlRtUveFVIenAbreTs tulakarRtUvRbKl. 2-tulakarGacbgÁab.rbs. maRta 130>. 3-RbsinebIsakSIminRBmcUlxøÜnmktulakaredayKμanmUlehtuRtwmRtUv tulakarGacBiny ½ CaR)ak.cnM nY minelIsBI 1>000>000 ¬mYylan¦ erol)an eday dIkaseRmc . EpñkTI 2 karsaksYrsakSI maRta 132>.epSg tulakarGacsaksYrCnNamYYyCasakSIk¾)an .ab.RBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa RbcaMenARbeTsenaH .karRbKl.kic©karRsavRCav tulakarGacRbKl.dMbUg esckþIbBa¢ak.esckþIbBa¢ak.[naMxøÜnsakSIEdlminRBmcUlxøÜnmktulakareday KμanmUlehtuRtwmRtUv edaydIkaseRmc)an . 2-karBinitüPsþútagEdl)aneFVIenAbreTs eTaHbICakñúgkrNIEdlkarBinitü PsþútagenaHxusc.maRta 129>. maRta 131>.)an . eTAsßab½nkñúgRbeTs b¤ sßab½nbreTs)an .kic©karenHeTA RksYg b¤ sßab½nEdlmansmtßkci é© nRbeTsenaH b¤ ÉkGKÁraCTUt ParFarI b¤ kugs‘l u rbs. -51- .sakSI 1-elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdlmankMNt.ab.dMbUg RtUveFVIeLIgedayPsþútagEdlGacBinitüPøam²)an .enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 b¤ TI 3 xagelIenH GacbþwgCMTas.BiessenAkñúgRkmenH b¤ c.

sakSI b¤ jatiÉeTotrbs.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH minGacbdiesF)aneLIy elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdlGaceFVI[xUcplRbeyaCn_saFarN³ b¤ bNþal[man]bsKÁF¶n. -52- .RKgEdl)ankMNt. maRta 134>.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH KWRBwTs § Pa cMeBaH smaCikRBwT§sPa b¤ GtItsmaCikRBwT§sPa rdæsPa cMeBaHsmaCikrdæsPa b¤ GtIt smaCikrdæsPa rIÉcMeBaHsmaCikraCrdæaPi)al b¤ GtItsmaCikraCrdæaPi)alvij KWKN³rdæm®nþI .manmuxgarxagelIenH RtUvTTYlkarsaksYrGMBGI gÁehtuEdl)andwg kñgú karbMeBjtYnaTIrbs.TMnak.TgnwgehtuEdleFVI[b:HBal.buKÁlEdl)anerobrab.TgnwgehtuEdleFV[ I sakSI b¤ shB½T§rbs. kñúgmuxnaTIenaH tulakarRtUvTTYlkaryl.xagelI enH b¤ bNþal[mankarEbk)ak.cemøIyCaksiNsakSI)an ³ k-kñúgkrNIdUckfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 133 ¬karsaksYrsakSICam®nþI raCkar¦ xagelI . 2-sßab½nRKb. emøy I CaksiNsakSI Tak.karsm¶at.cemøIyCaksiNsakSI 1-RbsinebIkarpþl.kitþiysrbs.RKgelI sakSIenaH .F¶n.cemøIyCaksiN sakSI)an .sakSI GacTTYlrgnUvkarecaTRbkan.nvU cemøIyCaksiNsakSI Tak. 3-karyl.sßab½nEdlRKb.GMBI bTGaCJa b¤ TTYlkarpþnÞaeTas enaHsakSIGacbdiesFnUvkarpþl.RBmBIsMNak.TMngRKYsar . bBaØteiþ nHRtUvykmkGnuvtþpgEdr cMeBaHkarpþlc.dl.F¶rdl. .siT§ibdiesFnUvkarpþl.RBmEdl)ankMNt.maRta 133>.karsaksYrsakSICam®nþIraCkar 1-kñgú krNIsaksYrsakSICam®nþrI aCkar b¤ GtItm®nþrI aCkar GMBIkci k© arsm¶at. x-kñúgkrNIEdlevC¢bNÐit TnþbNÐit qμb Kilanubdæayika Kilanubdæak »sfkarI emFavI Gñkmanmuxgarkñúgsasna b¤ GñkEdlFøab.xnÜø ehIy EdlRtUvlak.F¶rkñúgkarbMeBjkargarrdæ . 2-sakSIGacbdiesFnUvkarpþl.

cemøIyCaksiNsakSI 1-mUlehtuénkarbdiesFnUvkarpþl.enAkñúg kfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH)an .cemøIyCaksiN sakSIfa RtwmRtUv b¤ minRtwmRtUv .dMbUg . . 3-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNI EdlsakSITTYlkarelIkElgBIkrNIykic©lak.cemøIyCaksiNsakSI RtUveFVIesckþI bBa¢ak.cemøIyCa ksiNsakSIedayKμanmUlehtuRtwmRtUv eRkayeBlEdldIkaseRmcrbs. maRta 135>. x-karcUlxøÜnrbs.tulakar Edl)anseRmcfa BMumanmUlehtukñúgkarbdiesFnUvkarpþl.sakSIeTAtulakarEdlTTYlbNþwg bNþal[mankar cMNayeTAelIeBlevla b¤ esah‘uyminsmrmü . 4-bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 3 énmaRta 132 ¬krNIykicr© bs. cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt.kgúñ bec©keTs b¤ viC¢aCIv³ .karsaksYrsakSIenAeRkAtulakar 1-tulakarGacsaksYrsakSIenAeRkAtulakar)an kñgú krNIdcU xageRkamenH ³ k-sakSIKμankrNIykic©cUlxøÜneTAtulakarEdlTTYlbNþwg b¤ man mUlehtuRtwmRtUv EdlminGaccUlxøÜneTAtulakar)an .dIkaseRmceTAelIkarbdiesFnUvkarpþl. K-KUPaKIBMumankartva: . -53- . maRta 136>.cemøIyCaksiNsakSI cUlCasßaBr . 2-elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIéncMNuc k kfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 134 ¬siT§ibdiesF nUvkarpþl.sakSI¦ xagelIenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdlsakSIbdiesFnUvkarpþl.Tgnwgkarsm¶at. 3-PaKI nig sakSI GacbþwgCMTas.karsm¶at.cemøy I CaksiNsakSI¦ munenH tulakarEdlTTYlbNþgw RtUvsaksYreTA elIPaKI ehIyseRmcedaydIkaseRmcGMBIkarbdiesFnUvkarpþl.K-kñgú krNIEdlsaksYrGMBIehtuEdlTak.

GMBIGtßn½yénsm. 2-kñgú krNIsakSIEdlnwgRtUvsYr CaCnEdlmanGayueRkam 16 ¬db. 5-TRmg. 3-kñúgkrNIecARkmEdlTTYlbBa¢a b¤ ecARkmEdlTTYlkarRbKl.f )aneLIy .sm. 4-sm.R)aMmYy¦ qñaM b¤ CnEdlminyl.2-cMeBaHbBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarGac[ecARkmEdlTTYl bBa¢a b¤ ecARkmEdlTTYlkarRbKl.skçIPaBEkøgkøay .f RtUveFVItamkarkMNt.f ehIyR)ab.CamYynUvÉksarEdlkMNt.eTAelI sakSINamYy . 6-muneBleFVIsm.[)anc.siT§i eFVI karsaksYrsakSI ecARkmenaHRtUvbMeBjmuxnaTIrbs.viFIsaksYrsakSI 1-karesñIsMusaksYrsakSI RtUveFVIeLIg edaykMNt.siT§i eTAeFVIkarsaksYrsakSIenAeRkAtulakar )an .frbs. -54- . 2-GñkEdlesñIsMusaksYrsakSI RtUvP¢ab.[dwgCamun GMBIkarpþnÞaeTascMeBaHkarpþl.as. maRta 138>.las.kñúg]bsm<½n§énRkmenH .f elIkElgEtkñgú krNIEdlmanbBaØtiþBei ss .cemøIyCaksiNsakSI tulakarGacmin[ eFVIsm.f tulakarminGac[sakSIenaHeFVIsm. 3-enAeBlsaksYrsakSIEdlRtUvnwgl½kçx½NÐEdl)ankMNt.GMBIcMNuc RtUvsaksYr .tulakar b¤ RbFanRkumRbwkSa CMnuMCRmH . maRta 137>.énkareFVIsm.f RbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmHRtUvBnül.enAkñúgbBaØtþi énmaRta 134 ¬siT§ibdiesFnUvkarpþl. b:Eu nþ ebImanmUlehtuBiess GaceFVIenAeRkayeBlsaksYr)an .cemøIyCaksiNsakSI¦ énRkmenH ehIy sakSIenaHmineRbIsiT§ibdiesFnUvkarpþl.GMBIeKalbMNgén sm.sakSI RtUveFVeI nAmuneBlsaksYr .f)an .f 1-tulakarRtUv[sakSIeFVIsm.

PaKI . . 4-dIkaekaHehAsakSI RtUvsresrnUvkMNt.sKM al.3-sakSIRtUvTTYlkarekaHehAy:agtic 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ munéf¶saksYr .edayc. 5-karsaksYrsakSIRtUveFVItamlMdab.dcU xageRkam ehIyRtUvP¢ab.las.GMBIcMNucsaksYr ³ k-eQμaH b¤ namkrN_ nig Gasydæanrbs. edaysarEtGñkenaHCaehtunaM[mankarP½yRBYy tulakarGacbgÁab. ³ RbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmH PaKIEdl esñIsMu[saksYrsakSIenaH nig PaKImçageTot . K-TNÐkmμEdlkMNt.[eFVIkarsaksYr sakSI nig sakSIepSgeTot enAeBlCamYyKña)an .EdlRtUvsak sYrsakSI Edl)ankMNt.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 5 xagelIenH)an . 8-RbsinebIyl. 2-elIkElgEtkrNIEdlmanmUlehtuRtwmRtUv minGacsaksYr)aneLIy nUvsMNYrxageRkamenH ³ -55- . 10-enAeBlEdlyl.as. 9-enAeBlEdltulakarTTYlsÁal.)an enA cMeBaHmuxGñksegátkarN_Namñak.ab. mkCamYynUvÉksarEdlkMNt.[GñksegátkarN_enaHecjeRkAsalsvnakar enAeBlEdl sakSIenaHeqøIy .karkRmiteTAelIsMNYr 1-cMeBaHsMNYr ebIGaceFVI)an RtUveFVIdac.eXIjfaRtwmRtUv tulakarGacEksRmYllMdab. ecARkmRbwkSaGacsaksYreTAsakSI )an enAeRkayeBl)anCRmabeTARbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmH[)andwgehIy .edayELk nig c.eXIjfacaM)ac. tulakarGacbgÁab. 6-RbsinebIyl. tulakarGacGnuBaØat[sakSIEdlRtUv)an saksYrehIy b¤ sakSIEdlbRmugnwgRtUvsaksYr [enAkñúgsalsvnakar)an .eXIjfacaM)ac.fa sakSIBMuGaceqøIy[RKb.RKan. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlmankarGnuBaØatBItulakar . nwgekItman ebImincUlxøÜn . x-eBlevla nig TIkEnøgEdlRtUvcUlxøÜn . 7-sakSImni Gaceqøy I edayykÉksarmkGaneFVICamUldæan)aneLIy . maRta 139>.

TMngnwgcMNucvivaT . enAkñúgkrNIenH tulakarGac [PaKIenaHs.cMnYnminelIsBI 2>000>000 ¬BIrlan¦ erol)an edaydIkaseRmc .)an .GMBIGgÁehtuEdlsakSIBMu)anCYb RbTHpÞal. c-sMNYrEdlTamTar[EføgnUveyabl. K-sMNYrRcMEdl . EpñkTI 3 karsaksYrPaKI maRta 140>.f)an .rbs. X-sMNYrEdlKμanTMnak. fa esckþIGHGagGMBIcMNucsaksYrrbs.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH Gacbþwg CMTas. 4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt. -56- . 4-PaKIGactva: cMeBaHkarkRmitEdleFVIeTAtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelI enH)an .dl. . 3-RbsinebIPaKIEdl)ans.sakSI .sakSIpÞal.karsaksYrsamIPaKI 1-tulakarGaceFVIkarsaksYrsamIPaKI)an .k-sMNYrEdlRbmafemIlgay b¤ eFVI[RcbUkRcbl.PaKImçageTot CakarBit)an . 2-kñúgkrNIEdleFVIkarsaksYrsamIPaKI ebIPaKIenaHBMucUlxøÜn b¤ bdiesFnUv kareFVs I m.f b¤ pþlc. 3-tulakarGackRmitnUvsMNYr tamBaküsMu b¤ edayqnÞanusiT§i)an enAeBl Edlyl.fEkøgbnøMesckþIEføgkarN_ tulakarGacBin½y CaR)ak.eXIjfa sMNYrenaHpÞúynwgbBaØtþiEdlmanEcgenAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xag elIenH .xøÜn . x-sMNYrnaMmux . emøy I edayKμanmUlehtuRtwmRtUv enaHtulakarGacTTYlsÁal. g-sMNYrEdlTamTar[Eføgeyabl.

maRta 142>.ab.ab.PaKI)an .karesñIsMu[eFVIekaslvic½y cMNuceFVIekaslvic½y 1-tulakarGacbgÁab. EpñkTI 4 ekaslvic½y maRta 143>. bBaØtþiGMBIkarsaksYrsamIPaKIenAkñúgRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHGñktMNagEdlc.[eFVIekaslvic½y tamBaküsuMrbs. 3-tulakarRtUvsYreyabl.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH .nUvcMNucEdlRtUveFVIekaslvic½y edayeyageTAtam ÉksarEdl)ankMNt.maRta 141>.)ankMNt.f¦ ¬eRkABIkfaxNÐTI 1 nig kfaxNÐTI 3¦ maRta 138 ¬viFIsaksYrsakSI¦ ¬eRkABIkfaxNÐTI 8 nig kfaxNÐTI 10¦ nig maRta 139 ¬karkRmiteTAelIsMNYr¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkarsaksYrsamIPaKI . . kñúgkrNIenH tulakarRtUvepJIÉksarGMBI cMNucEdlRtUveFVIekaslvic½yenaH eTAGñkCMnaj .PaKIenAkñúgbNþwg . 4-tulakarRtUvkMNt.)ankMNt.CamYynUvÉksarEdl kMNt. -57- .karsaksYrGñktMNagEdlc. b:Eu nþ RbsinebImanmUlehtuEdlBMGu ac eCosvag)an ÉksarenaHGacdak. 2-enAeBlyl. enAkñúgGMLúgeBlEdltulakar)ankMNt.[eFVIkarsaksYrsamIPaKI CamYynwgPaKImçageTot b¤ CamYynwgsakSI enAeBlCamYyKña)an . b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHBMumankarraraMgdl.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 ehIyBicarNaGMBIeyabl.GMBcI MNcu EdlsM[ u eFIeV kaslvic½y . tulakarGacbgÁab. 2-eBlesñs I [ uM eFVeI kaslvicy ½ PaKIEdlesñs I RMu tUvP¢ab.karGnuvtþdUcKñanwgbBaØtþisþIBIkarsaksYrsakSI CaGaT× 1-bBaØtþiénmaRta 136 ¬karsaksYrsakSIenAeRkAtulakar¦ maRta 137 ¬sm.PaKImçageTot GMBIkaresñIsMuEdlmanEcgenA kñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH .karsaksYrsamIPaKIeLIy .rbs.Edl)an kMNt. ehIyeFVICatMNagrbs.eXIjfacaM)ac.

K-cMNucEdlRtUveFVIekaslvic½yenaH mankarBak. RBm)aneLIy elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdlGaceFVI[xUcplRbeyaCn_saFarN³ b¤ bNþal[man]bsKÁF¶n.TMnak. RksYg b¤ sßab½nRKb.dl.xagelIenH b¤ bNþal[mankarEbk)ak.F¶rdl. . bBaØtþienHRtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdlkareFIVekasl vic½yenaH GaceFVI[b:HBal.F¶n. RksYg b¤ sßab½nRKb. 3-CnTaMgLayBMuGaceFVICaGñkCMnajxagekaslvic½y)an kñúgkrNIdUcxag eRkamenH ³ k-kareFIVekaslvic½yenaH bNþal[GñkCMnajpÞal.RBmBIsMNak. x-cMNucEdlRtUveFVIekaslvic½yenaH mankarBak.kgúñ kareFIeV kaslvicy ½ man krNIykic©eFVIekaslvic½y .B½n§eTAnwgkic©kar sm¶at.manmuxgarxagelIenH kñgú karbMeBj tYnaTIrbs.F¶rkñúgkarbMeBjkargarrdæ .buKÁlEdl)anerobrab.RKg minGacbdiesFminpþl.B½n§nwgkarsm¶at. 2-CnEdlmancMeNHviCa¢ nig bTBiesaFn_caM)ac.karyl. X-cMNucEdlRtUveFVIekaslvic½yenaH mankarBak.taMgGñkCMnajxagekaslvic½y krNIykic©eFVIekaslvic½y 1-GñkCMnajxagekaslvic½yRtUv)ancat.xøÜn b¤ shB½T§ b¤ jatiÉeTotrbs.TMngRKYsar . 4-sßab½nRKb.xøÜn GacTTYlrgnUvkarecaTRbkan.kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 3 cMNcu x KWRBwTs § Pa cMeBaH smaCikRBwT§sPa b¤ GtItsmaCikRBwT§sPa rdæsPa cMeBaHsmaCikrdæsPa b¤ GtIt smaCikrdæsPa rIÉcMeBaHsmaCikraCrdæaPi)al b¤ GtItsmaCikraCrdæaPi)alvij -58- .maRta 144>.RKg .karsm¶at.taMgedaytulakar .RKgEdl)ankMNt. kñúgbec©keTs b¤ viC¢aCIv³ .xøÜn ehIyEdlRtUvlak.karcat.kitiþysrbs.xnÜø Cam®nþIraCkar b¤ GtItm®nþIraCkar .kgúñ muxnaTIrbs.B½n§eTAnwgGgÁehtu Edl)andwgedayevC¢bNÐit TnþbNÐit qμb Kilanubdæayika Kilanubdæak »sfkarI emFavI Gñkmanmuxgarkñgú sasna b¤ GñkEdlFøab. b:Eu nþ bBaØteiþ nHminRtUv ykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlCnTaMgenH )anTTYlnUvkaryl.GMBIbTGaCJa b¤ TTYlkarpþnÞa eTas .

mat.ecal RtUveFVIesckþIbBa¢ak.ecalRtUvEteFVCI alayl½kN ç G_ kSr elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdl BaküsuMenaHRtUv)aneFVIeLIgenAkñúgkalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.Calayl½kN ç _ GkSr b¤ edaypÞal.ecalGñkCMnajxagekaslvic½y 1-kñgú krNImanehtuEdlraraMgsc©PaBénkareFVeI kaslvicy ½ rbs. 3-PaKIEdldak.karsm¶at.mat. 2-BaküsupM at.énesckþIsnñidæanrbs. .BaküsuMpat.dMbUgGMBImUlehtuén bNþwgpat. eTaHCakñúgkrNIEdl GñkCMnajxagekaslvic½y)aneFVIesckþIsnñidæanrYcehIyk¾eday k¾bBaØtþienHRtUv ykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdlmUlehtuénbNþwgpat.ecalmanmUlehtuRtwmRtUv minGaceFVIbNþwg])aRs½y)aneT .ecalenaH )an ekIteLIgenAeBleRkay b¤ PaKI)andwgGMBmI l U ehtuenaH eRkayeBlEdlGñkCMnaj enaH)aneFVIesckþIsnñidæanrYc .karTajehtu pl b¤ kalbriecäTénkarTajehtupledaypÞal.)an . -59- .Gkñ CMnaj PaKIGacbþwgpat.GñkCMnaj CaGaT× 1-tulakarGac[GñkCMnajxagekaslvicy ½ beBa©jeyabl. .GñkCMnajxagekaslvic½y nig sMNYr rbs.ecalGñkCMnajxagekaslvic½yenaH)an enAmuneBlEdlGñkCMnaj enaHeFVIesckþIsnñidæanGMBIcMNucEdlRtUveFVIekaslvic½y . 5-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdlseRmcfa bNþwgpat.ecalenaH .TRmg. maRta 146>. 4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdlseRmcfa bNþwgpat. 5-bBaØtéiþ ncMNcu x K nig X énkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlGñkCMnajxagekaslvic½yenaH TTYlkarelIkElgBI krNIykic©lak.)an .ecalKμanmUlehtuRtwmRtUv GacbþwgCMTas. maRta 145>.KWKN³rdæm®nþI .bNþwgpat.

2-kñgú krNIEdlmankarcaM)ac;sRmab;kci k© areFVIekaslvic½y GñkCMnajxag
ekaslvicy
½ GaccUlrYmkñgú svnakar ehIyGacesñs
I [
uM tulakareFVkI arsaksYrsakSI
b¤ samIPaKI b¤ edayTTYlkarGnuBaØatBItulakar GacsaksYredaypÞal;eTAelICn
TaMgenaH)an .
maRta 147>- karGnuvtþdUcKñatambBaØtþisþIBIkarsaksYrsakSI TRmg;sm,f
bBaØtþiénEpñkTI 2 ¬karsaksYrsakSI¦ CMBUkTI 3 KnßITI 2 énRkmenH RtUvyk
mkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkareFIVekaslvic½y elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdlman
bBaØtþiBiess . b:uEnþ bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 132 ¬krNIykic©rbs;sakSI¦
énRkmenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy .

EpñkTI 5
PsþútagCaÉksar
maRta 148>- karesñIsuM[BinitüPsþútagCaÉksar CaGaT×
1-karesñIsuM[BinitüPsþútagCaÉksar RtUveFVVIeLIgedaypþl;nUvÉksarEdl
samIPaKIman b¤ edaydak;BaküsuMeTAtulakar[bgÁab;[m©as;Éksarpþl;Éksar
enaHmk .
Mu Binitü
2-eTaHbICamanbBaØtkiþ gúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenHk¾eday k¾karesñIs[
PsþútagCaÉksarenHGaceFVI)an edaydak;BaküsuMeTAtulakar[esñIsuM[m©as;ÉksarepJIÉksarenaHmk .
3-kñúgkrNIEdlyl;eXIjfacaM)ac; tulakarGacXat;TuknUvÉksarEdl
)anpþl;mk b¤ Edl)anepJImk)an .
maRta 149>- karP¢ab;mkCamYynUvÉksarbkERb CaGaT×
1-kñúgkrNIEdlkaresñIsMu[BinitüPsþútagCaÉksarEdlsresrCaPasa
breTs PaKIEdlesñIsuMRtUvP¢ab;mkCamYynUvesckþIbkERbRtg;cMNucEdlxøÜnsMu[
BinitüenaH .
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2-kñúgkrNIEdlPaKImçageTot maneyabl;GMBIPaBRtwmRtUvénesckþIbkERb
Edl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH PaKIenaHRtUvdak;CUntulakarnUv
eyabl;rbs;xøÜnCalayl½kçN_GkSr .
maRta 150>- krNIykic©pþl;Éksar
1-buKl
Á EdlCam©as;Éksar BMuGacbdiesFnUvkarpþl;Éksar)aneLIy elIk
ElgEtmanbBaØtþiBiessenAkñúgRkmenH b¤ c,ab;epSg .
2-buKÁlEdlCam©as;Éksar GacbdiesFnUvkarpþlÉ; ksar)an enAkñúgkrNI
EdlÉksarenaHRtUvnwgcMNucNamYydUcxageRkamenH ³
k-ÉksarmansresrGMBIehtuEdlbNþal[m©as;Éksar b¤ shB½T§
b¤ jatidéTeTotrbs;xøÜn GacTTYlrgnUvkarecaTRbkan;GMBIbTGaCJa b¤ TTYlkar
pþnaÞ eTas b¤ ehtuEdlGacnwgeFVI[b:HBal;dl;kti þiysrbs;bKu l
Á Edlerobrab;xag
elI b¤ GacbNþal[mankar)ak;EbkF¶n;F¶rdl;TMnak;TMngRKYsar .
x-ÉksarmankarBak;Bn½ §eTAnwgkick© arsm¶at;kgúñ muxnaTIrbs;m®nþrI aCkar
ehIykarpþl;ÉksarenaH GacbNþal[man]bsKÁF¶n;F¶rkñúgkarbMeBjkargarrdæ .
K-ÉksarmansresrGMBIGgÁehtuEdl)andwgedayevC¢bNÐit TnþbNÐit
qμb Kilanubdæayika Kilanubdæak »sfkarI emFavI Gñkmanmuxgarkñúgsasna b¤ Gñk
EdlFøab;manmuxgarxagelIenH enAkñúgkarbMeBjtYnaTIrbs;xøÜn ehIyEdlxøÜnmin
)anTTYlkarelIkElgBIkrNIykic©lak;karsm¶at; b¤ ehtuEdlBak;B½n§eTAnwgkar
sm¶at;kgúñ bec©keTs b¤ viCa¢ CIv³ ehIyEdlxønÜ min)anTTYlkarelIkElgBIkrNIykic©lak;karsm¶at; .
maRta 151>- BaküsMudIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar
1-BaküsMudkI aseRmcbgÁab;[pþlÉ; ksar RtUveFVeI LIgedaybBa¢ak;[)anc,as;
las;nUvcMNucxageRkamenH ³
k-cMNgeCIg nig xøwmsarénÉksar .
x-m©as;Éksar .
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K-GgÁehtuEdlRtUvbBa¢ak;bMPøW .
2-BaküsMudIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar RtUveFVICalayl½kçN_GkSr .
3-ebIPaKImaç geTotmaneyabl;sIBþ BI aküsMuEdl)ankMNt;enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 2
xagelI PaKIenaHRtUvdak;CUneTAtulakarnUveyabl;rbs;xøÜnCalayl½kçN_GkSr .
maRta 152>- dIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar CaGaT×
1-kñúgkrNIEdltulakaryl;eXIjfa BaküsMudIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;ÉksarmanmUlehtuRtwmRtUv tulakarRtUvbgÁab;edaydIkaseRmc [m©as;Éksarpþl;
ÉksarenaH . kñgú krNIenH ebImanEpñkxøHénÉksarEdltulakaryl;eXIjfa min
caM)ac;Binitü b¤ manEpñkxøHEdlBMuGacTTYlsÁal;fa mankrNIykic©kñúgkarpþl;CUn
enaHtulakarGacbgÁab;[pþl;edayelIkElgecalnUvEpñkenaH)an .
2-kñúgkrNIEdltulakarmanbMNgnwgbgÁab;[ttiyCnpþl;Éksar tulakar RtUvsYrttiyCnenaH .
3-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMudIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar GacbþwgCMTas;
)an .
maRta 153>- GanuPaBenAkñúgkrNIEdlPaKIminGnuvtþtamdIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;
Éksar CaGaT×
1-kñúgkrNIEdlPaKIminGnuvtþtamdIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;ÉksareT tulakarGacTTYlsÁal;fa esckþIGHGagrbs;PaKImçageTotEdlBak;B½n§nwgxøwmsarkñúg
ÉksarenaH CakarBit)an .
2-bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdcU KñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNI
EdlPaKI)aneFVI[vinas)at;bg;nUvÉksarEdlxøÜnmankrNIykic©RtUvpþl; b¤ eFVI[
ÉksarenaHminGaceRbIR)as;)an kñúgeKalbMNgraraMgdl;kareRbIR)as;rbs;PaKI
mçageTot .
3-kñgú krNIEdl)ankMNt;enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 nig kfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH
ebIPaKImçageTotmankarBi)akya:gxøaMg kñgú kareFVeI sckþGI HGag[)anc,as;las;GBM I
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xømw sarkñgú ÉksarenaH nig kñgú karbMPGWø gÁehtuEdlRtUvbBa¢ak;edayÉksarenaH eTaH
bIeRbIPsþútagepSgeTotk¾eday enaHtulakarGacTTYlsÁal;fa esckþIGHGagrbs;
PaKImçageTotEdlBak;B½n§nwgGgÁehtuenaHCakarBit)an .
maRta 154>- R)ak;Bin½ykñúgkrNIEdlttiyCnmineKarBtamdIkaseRmcbgÁab;
[pþl;Éksar
1-kñúgkrNIEdlttiyCnmineKarBtamdIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar
tulakarGacBin½yCaR)ak;cMnYnminelIsBI 2>000>000 ¬BIrlan¦ erol edaydIka
seRmc)an .
2-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH Gacbþwg
CMTas;)an .
maRta 155>- PaBRtwmRtUvkñúgkareFVIÉksar
1-PaKIEdl)anesñIsuM[BinitüPsþútagCaÉksar RtUvbBa¢ak;fa ÉksarenaH
RtUv)aneFVIeLIgedayRtwmRtUv .
2-ebITTYlsÁal;fa ÉksarRtUv)aneFVIeLIgedaym®nþIraCkarenAkñúgmuxnaTI
edayEp¥kelITRmg; nig xøwmsarénÉksar enaHRtUvsnμtfaCaÉksarsaFarN³Edl
)aneFVIeLIgedayRtwmRtUv .
3-ebImanmnÞilsgS½yeTAelIPaBRtwmRtUvkñúgkareFVIÉksarsaFarN³ enaH
tulakarGacsYredayqnÞanusiT§i eTARksYg b¤ sßab½nEdlBak;B½n§)an .
4-cMeBaHÉksarÉkCnEdlmancuHhtßelxarbs;samIxnÜø pÞal; b¤ GñktMNag
RtUvsnμtfaCaÉksarEdl)aneFVIeLIgedayRtwmRtUv .
5-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 nig TI 3 xagelIenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr
cMeBaHÉksarEdlRtUvTTYlsÁal;fa RtUv)aneFVIeLIgedayRksYg b¤ sßab½nbreTs .
maRta 156>- karbBa¢ak;edayeRbobeFobGkSrEdlsresredayéd
1-PaBRtwmRtUvkñúgkareFVIÉksar k¾GacbBa¢ak;edaykareRbobeFobGkSrEdl
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sresredayéd)anEdr .
2-bBaØtþiénmaRta 148 ¬karesñs
I Mu[BinitüPsþtú agCaÉksar CaGaTצ maRta 152
¬dIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar CaGaTצ nig kfaxNÐTI 1 nig TI 2 énmaRta 153
¬GanuPaBenAkñúgkrNIEdlPaKIminGnuvtþtamdIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar Ca
GaTצ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkardak; b¤ epJInUvÉksar b¤ vtßú
ÉeTot EdlmansresrGkSredayéd edIm,IeRbIR)as;kñúgkareRbobeFob .
3-ebIKμanGkSrEdlsresredayédrbs;PaKImaç geTot EdlmanlkçN³sm
rmüedIm,IeFIkV areRbobeFob tulakarGacbgÁab;[PaKIenaHsresrGkSredIm,IeRbIR)as;
kñúgkareRbobeFob edaydIkaseRmc)an .
4-kñgú krNIEdlPaKImaç geTotBMRu BmeFItV amdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt;enAkñgú
kfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH edayKμanmUlehtuRtwmRtUveT tulakarGacTTYlsÁal;fa
esckþIGHGagGMBIPaBRtwmRtUvkñúgkareFVIÉksarrbs;GñkesñIsuM[BinitüÉksar Cakar
Bit . bBaØteiþ nHRtUvykmkGnuvtþdcU KñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdlkarsresrGkSrenaH
EkrUbrag .
5-kñúgkrNIEdlttiyCnBMuRBmeFVItamdIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar Edl
)ankMNt;kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 153 ¬GanuPaBenAkñgú krNIEdlPaKImni Gnuvtþ
tamdIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar CaGaTצ énRkmenH EdlRtUvykmkGnuvtþdUc
Kña enAkñúgbBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRtaenH edayKμanmUlehtuRtwmRtUveT tulakarGacBiny
½ CaR)ak;cnM nY minelIsBI 2>000>000 ¬BIrlan¦ erol edaydIka
seRmc)an .
6-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 5 xagelIenH Gacbþwg
CMTas;)an .
maRta 157>- R)ak;Bin½ycMeBaHGñkRbEkknwgPaBRtwmRtUvkñúgkareFVIÉksar
1-kñúgkrNIEdlPaKI b¤ GñktMNagrbs;PaKIenaHRbEkknwgPaBRtwmRtUvkñúg
kareFVIÉksar edaypÞúyBIkarBit edayectna b¤ edaykMhusF¶n;F¶r tulakarGac
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Bin½yCaR)ak;cMnYnminelIsBI 1>000>000 ¬mYylan¦ erol edaydIkaseRmc)an .
2-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH Gacbþwg
CMTas;)an .
3-cMeBaHkrNIEdl)ankMNt;kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH ebIPaKI b¤ Gñk
tMNag EdlRbEkknwgPaBRtwmRtUvkñúgkareFVIÉksar )anTTYlsÁal;fa Éksar
enaH manPaBRtwmRtUvvij enAkñúgeBlEdlbNþwgkMBugRtUv)ancat;kar enaHtulakar
GaclubecalnUvdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH eday
eyaleTAtamsßanPaB)an .
maRta 158>- karGnuvtþdUcKñacMeBaHvtßúEdlTukdUcCaÉksar
bBaØtéiþ nEpñkenHRtUvykmkGnuvtþdcU KñapgEdr cMeBaHvtßEú dlminEmnCaÉksar
dUcCabøg; rUbft ExSGat; ExSvIedGU nig vtßÉú eTotEdlbegátI eLIgsRmab;pl
þ B; t½ m’ an .
maRta 159>- rebobcat;Ecgkñgú krNIEdlmankaresñs
I [
Mu Binti üPsþtú agCaÉksar
Edlkt;cmøgBIExSGat; CaGaT×
PaKIEdlesñIsuM[BinitüPsþútagCaÉksar edaydak;ÉksarEdlkt;cmøgCa
layl½kçN_GkSr BIExSGat; b¤ ExSvIedGU b¤ vtßúEdlGacftrUbFatuEdleTogTat;)an
tamviFIepSgeTot kalebIPaKImçageTotsMu[pþl;nUvvtßúcmøgBIvtßúTaMgLayenaH PaKI
RtUvpþl;vtßúcmøgenaH eTAPaKImçageTot .
maRta 160>- kardak;ÉksarBnül;GMBIGtßn½yénExSGat; CaGaT×
1-PaKIEdlesñIsuM[BinitüPsþútagCaExSGat; b¤ ExSvIedGU b¤ vtßúEdlGacft
rUbFatuEdleTogTat;)antamviFIepSgeTot ebImansMNUmBrBItulakar b¤ PaKImçag
eTot PaKIenaHRtUvdak;CUnnUvÉksarEdl)ankt;cmøgGtßn½yecjBIvtßúenaH b¤ ÉksarEdlBnül;GMBIGtßn½yénvtßúenaH .
2-RbsinebIPaKImaç geTot maneyabl;GBM eI sckþIBnül;Gtßn½yenAkñgú Éksar
Edl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH PaKIenaHRtUvdak;CUneTAtulakarnUv
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ÉksarEdlsresrGMBIeyabl;rbs;xøÜn .

EpñkTI 6
karRtYtBinitü
maRta 161>- karesñIsuM[RtYtBinitü
ú bgðajnUvkmμvtßEú dlRtUvRtYtBinitü .
karesñs
I M[
u RtYtBinitüRtUveFVeI LIg edaycg¥l
maRta 162>- karbgðajnUvkmμvtßúEdlRtUvRtYtBinitü CaGaT×
1-bBaØtþiénmaRta 148 ¬karesñs
I Mu[BinitüPsþtú agCaÉksar CaGaTצ maRta 152
¬dIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar CaGaTצ nig maRta 153 ¬GanuPaBenAkñúgkrNI
EdlPaKIminGnuvtþtamdIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar CaGaTצ énRkmenH RtUvyk
mkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkarbgðaj b¤ karepJImknUvkmμvtßúEdlRtUvRtYtBinitü .
2-kñgú krNIEdlttiyCnminRBmeFItV amdIkaseRmcbgÁab;[bgðaj Edl)an
kMNt;enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 152 ¬dIkaseRmcbgÁab;[pþl;Éksar CaGaTצ
énRkmenH EdlRtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKña enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRtaenH edayKμan
mUlehtuRtwmRtUveT tulakarGacBin½yCaR)ak;cMnYnminelIsBI 2>000>000 ¬BIr
lan¦ erol edaydIkaseRmc)an .
3-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt;enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH Gacbþgw
CMTas;)an .

EpñkTI 7
karEfrkSakarBarPsþútag
maRta 163>- karEfrkSakarBarPsþútag
1-kñúgkrNIEdltulakaryl;eXIjfa mansßanPaBEdlnwgmankarlM)ak
kñúgkareRbIR)as;Psþútag ebImineFIVkarBinitüPsþútagenaHCamuneT enaHtulakarGac
eFVIkarBinitüPsþútagCamun)an tamBaküsMu edayGnuelamtambBaØtþiénCMBUkenH .
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2-lT§plénkarBinitüPsþútagEdleFVIeLIg edayGnuelameTAtambBaØtþién
kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvmanRbsiT§PaBenAkñúgbNþwgGgÁesckþI .
3-kñúgkarTajehtupledaypÞal;mat;énbNþwgGgÁesckþI PaKIRtUveFVIesckþI
EføgkarN_GMBIlT§plénkarBinitüPsþútagEdl)aneFVIeLIg edayGnuelameTAtam
bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH .
maRta 164>- tulakarmansmtßkic©
1-BaküsMu[EfrkSakarBarPsþtú agEdleFVeI RkayeBldak;BakübNþgw RtUveFVI
enAtulakarénlMdab;fñak;EdlPsþútagenaHnwgRtUv)aneRbIR)as; .
2-BaküsM[
u EfrkSakarBarPsþtú agEdleFVmI nu eBldak;BakübNþgw RtUveFVIenA
saladMbUgEdlmansmtßkic©enATIsMNak;rbs;buKÁlEdlRtUvTTYlkarsaksYr b¤
rbs;buKÁlEdlCam©as;Éksar b¤ enATIkEnøgénvtßúEdlCakmμvtßúénkarRtYtBinitü .
3-kñúgkrNIEdlmansßanPaBCabnÞan; eTaHCaenAeRkayeBl)andak;Bakü
bNþwgk¾eday k¾BaküsMu[EfrkSakarBarPsþútag GaceFVeI nAsaladMbgU dUc)ankMNt;
enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH)anEdr .
maRta 165>- rebobdak;BaküsMu[EfrkSakarBarPsþútag
1-BaküsMu[EfrkSakarBarPsþútag RtUveFIVCalayl½kçN_GkSr .
2-BaküsMuEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvsresrnUvcMNuc
dUcxageRkamenH ³
k-eQμaH b¤ namkrN_ nig Gasydæanrbs;PaKImçageTot .
x-GgÁehtuEdlRtUvbBa¢ak; .
K-PsþútagEdlRtUvEfrkSakarBar .
X-mUlehtuénkarEfrkSakarBarPsþútag .
3-mUlehtuénkarEfrkSakarBarPsþútag RtUveFVIesckþIbBa¢ak;dMbUg .

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cMeBaHsakSIEdl)ansaksYrenAkñgú nItivFi éI nkarEfrkSakarBarPsþtú ag ebIPaKIesñI sM[ u saksYrenAeBlTajehtupledaypÞal.PaKImçag eTot)ank¾eday .B½n§nwgkarEfrkSakarBarPsþútag KWCaEpñkmYyénR)ak.mat. kñúgkrNIenH tulakarGaceRCIstaMgGñktMNagBiesssRmab. maRta 168>. CnEdlnwgkøayCaPaKImçageTot)an .kareFVI])aRs½y cMeBaHdIkaseRmcelIkecalBaküsMu[EfrkSakarBarPsþútag Gñkdak.karepJIkMNt. -68- . maRta 172>.BaküsMu GacbþwgCMTas.bnÞan. maRta 171>. tulakarGacecjdIka seRmc[EfrkSakarBarPsþútag edayqnÞanusiT§i)an . maRta 170>.kar ebIyl. tulakarRtUvsaksYrsakSIenaH .EcgkñúgkrNIEdlBMuGackMNt.Rbdab.PaKImçageTot)an BaküsMu[EfrkSakarBarPsþútagGaceFVIeTA)an eTaHCaminGackMNt.BaküsuM nig PaKImçageTot .ehtusþIBIkarEfrkSakarBarPsþútag kñúgkrNIEdleFVIkarBinitüPsþútagedIm.ehtusBIþ kI arBinti üPsþtú agenaH eTAtulakar EdlrkSaTuknUvsMNuMerOgénbNþwgGgÁesckþI . kþI .)an . . maRta 167>.karsaksYrsaCafμIenAeBlTajehtupledaypÞal.esah‘uysRmab.maRta 166>. maRta 169>.EfrkSakarBarPsþútag esahu‘yEdlBak.karekaHehAtamkalbriecäT enAkalbriecäTBinitüPsþútag tulakarRtUveFVIkarekaHehAGñkdak.mat.karEfrkSakarBarPsþútagedayqnÞanusiT§i enAeBlEdlbNþwgkMBugcat.eXIjfacaM)ac. b:Eu nþ bBaØteiþ nHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIcaM)ac.viFIcat.IEfrkSakarBarPsþútag tulakarEdl )aneFVIkarBinti üPsþútag RtUvepIJnvU kMNt.

bg.ab.buKÁl EdlmanlkçNsm.nItibuKÁlEdlCaPaKI edaykarrYmbBa©ÚlnItibuKÁl .tþiedayehtuepSgrbs.)ankMNt. X-mrNPaB b¤ kar)at. g-mrNPaB b¤ kar)at. K-ebIkar)at.ab.ab.buKÁl EdlmanlkçNsm.nItibuKÁlEdlCaPaKI edaykarrYmbBa©ÚlnItibuKÁl KW nItibuKÁlEdlTTYlbnþnUvsiT§i nig katBVkic©eRkaykarrYmbBa©ÚlnItibuKÁl . X-ebImrNPaB b¤ kar)at. b¤ karrlt.)ankMNt.bg. ehIyeFVIbNþwgkñúgnampÞal.PaKI b¤ mrNPaBrbs. b¤ karrlt.CMBUkTI 4 karp¥ak nig bg¥g. 2-eBlmanehtudUc)ankMNt. x-ebIkarrMlt.PaKI KW snþtCi n b¤ buKl b¤ bTdæanepSgeTot .nUvsiT§itMNag KW GñktMNagEdlc.tþidUcKña .PaKI .xøÜn CMnYsGñk déT . edaybBaØtéþi nmaRta 42 ¬kareRCIserIsPaKI¦ énRkmenH .nUvsmtßPaBkñúgkareFVIbNþwgrbs.nvU smtßPaBkñgú kareFVIbNþgw rbs. GñktMNagEdlc. x-karrMlt.bg. GñktMNagEdlc.tþiedayehtuepSgrbs. ehIyeFVIbNþwgkñúgnampÞal.nUvlkçNsm. -69- . K-kar)at.tþiedayehtuepSgrbs.tþiEdl)ankMNt.PaKI b¤ mrNPaBrbs.xøÜnCMnYsGñk déT KW buKÁlEdlmanlkçNsm.enAcMNucnImYy²énkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH buKÁlEdlRtUvTTYlbnþnItiviFIénbNþwg KW ³ Á EdlRtUvbnþbNþgw tamc.nItiviFIénbNþwg maRta 173>.bg. k-ebImrNPaBrbs.karp¥ak nig karTTYlbnþnItiviFIénbNþwg 1-nItiviFIénbNþwgRtUvp¥ak eBlmanehtudUccMNucxageRkamenH ³ k-mrNPaBrbs.ab.tþiEdl)ankMNt.nUvlkçNsm.PaKIEdl RtUv)aneRCIserIsTaMgGs. b¤ PaKIEdlmansmtßPaBkñúgkareFVIbNþwgeLIgvij .bg.nUvsiT§itMNag . )ankMNt.nUvlkçNsm.

b:uEnþ GñktMNagedayGaNtþi RtUvraykarN_eTA tulakar GMBIkarekIteLIgnUvehtuEdl)ankMNt. maRta 174>. 4-eTaHbICamanehtudUc)ankMNt. edaymaRta 42 b¤ PaKIEdlRtUv)aneRCIserIs saCafμIedaymaRta 42 . cMeBaHdIkaseRmcenH Gacbþgw CMTas.kñúgcMNucnImYy² énkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH .bg. kñgú krNIenH tulakarRtUvecjsalRkmRbkasbBa©b.bNþwgenaH . enaHnItiviFIénbNþwgRtUv)anbBa©b. .eTAelIbuKÁlEtmñak.tþiedayehtuepSgrbs. 3-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNI EdlmanGñktMNagedayGaNtþi .PaKI EdlRtUv)aneRCIserIsTaMgGs. maRta 175>.g-ebImrNPaB b¤ kar)at.nUvnItiviFIénbNþwgedaysV½yRbvtþi kñúgkrNIEdlPaKI)anTTYlmrNPaB b¤ )anrlt.karbBa©b. edaybBaØtéiþ nmaRta 42 ¬kareRCIserIsPaKI¦ énRkm enH KW GñkEdl)aneRCIserIsTaMgGs.nItiviFIedIm.eXIjfa KμanmUlehtuRtwmRtUveT tulakarRtUv elIkecalnUvBaküsueM naH edaydIkaseRmc .BaküsMuTTYlbnþnItiviFIénbNþwg GaceFVIeLIgedaybuKÁlEdlman bMNgTTYlbnþ b¤ edayPaKImçageTot .nUvlkçNsm. 3-RbsinebImanBaküsMuTTYlbnþntI vi Fi éI nbNþgw tulakarRtUveFVIkarRsavRCav edayqnÞanusTi ri§ bs.edaykarrYmbBa©ÚlénnItibuKÁl ehIyKμanGñkTTYlbnþnUvsiT§ib¤katBVkic©EdlCakmμvtßúénbNþwg b¤ siT§ib¤ katBVkic©enaH)anFøak.ITTYlbnþ 1-kardak. 2-RbsinebImanBaküsMuTTYlbnþnItiviFIénbNþwg tulakarRtUvCUndMNwgeTA PaKImçageTot .kñúgcMNuc k énkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenHk¾ eday k¾snþtCi nminGacTTYlbnþnItvi Fi éI nbNþgw )anEdr kñgú GMLgú eBlEdlsnþt-i CnenaHGace)aHbg. -70- .ecalnUvsnþtikmμ)an .xnÜø ehIyebIyl. )an .

ehtuenaHrlt.evNI kMBugRtUv)ancat.4-kñgú krNIEdl)ankMNt. maRta 178>.evNIenaH edaydIkaseRmc)an .BaküsMuTTYlbnþnItiviFIénbNþwgk¾eday k¾tl u akarGacbgÁab.kar enaHtulakarGacbgÁab. kñúgkrNIenH eBlEdl]bsKÁenaHRtUv)an knøgputeTA tulakarGaclubecalnUvdIkaseRmcenaH)an .nUvnItiviFIénbNþwgrbs. 2-RbsinebIPaKIminGacbnþnItiviFIénbNþwg edaysar]bsKÁEdlmanry³eBl Evg ehIyminGac)a:n.xøÜn edaydIkaseRmc )anEdr . maRta 176>. .[bnþedayqnÞanusiT§i eTaHbICaPaKITaMgsgxagmin)andak. tulakarGacbgÁab. tI iviFéI nbNþgw PaKI nig tulakar minGac -71- .[ bg¥g.[bnþntI vi Fi éI nbNþgw edayqnÞanusiT§irbs.kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH RbsinebIyl.eXIj fa manmUlehtuRtwmRtUv tulakarRtUvGnuBaØatkarTTYlbnþntI vi Fi éI nbNþgw enaH eday dIkaseRmc . maRta 177>.rhUtdl.erOgkþIrdæb.karbg¥g.nItiviFIénbNþwg 1-enAeBlEdlmankarp¥ak b¤ bg¥gn. 3-RbsinebIerOgkþIRBhμTNÐEdlTak. tulakarGaclubecalnUv dIkaseRmcenaH)an .karbgÁab.GanuPaBénkarp¥ak b¤ bg¥g.nUvnItiviFI énbNþwgenaH edaydIkaseRmc)an . enAkñúg krNIenH eBlEdlerOgkþIRBhμTNÐenaHRtUv)anbBa©b.TgnwgGgÁehtu EdlCamUldæanénkar TamTarNamYykñúgerOgkþIrdæb.[bg¥g.saμ n)anfa eBlNacb.nItiviFIénbNþwg 1-RbsinebItulakarminGacbMeBjkic©karrbs. 5-kñgú krNIEdlmanBaküsMuTTYlbnþntI vi Fi éI nbNþgw EdlRtUv)anp¥ak eRkay karbBa¢ÚnsalRkm tulakarEdl)anecjsalRkmenaH RtUveFVIkarseRmcesckþI GMBIBaküsuMenaH .xøÜn edaysareRKaHmhnþray FmμCati b¤ ehtuepSgeTot nItiviFIénbNþwgRtUv)anbg¥g.

eXIjfa RtUvbBa©b. elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdlmankMNt.BI eBlEdleFIVkarCUndMNgw sþBI IkarTTYlbnþntI vi Fi éI nbNþgw b¤ eBlEdlbnþntI vi Fi éI n bNþwgenaH . EpñkTI 2 bTb.Edlc.BaØtþiTUeTAsþIBIkarseRmcesckþI maRta 179>.BiessenAkñúgRkmenH b¤ enA kñúgc.mat.)an ehIyminEmnCasalRkm . CMBUkTI 5 karseRmcesckþI EpñkTI 1 bTb.enaHRtUvcab.RbePTénkarseRmcesckþI 1-salRkm KWCakarseRmcesckþI EdltulakareFVl I xi ti salRkmEdlman lkçN³RKb.epþImBIdMbUgvij cab.)ankMNt.RKan.ab.karvinicä½yedayEp¥kelIlT§plEdl)anmkBI karTajehtupledaypÞal.mat.ab.epSg ehIyekItGanuPaB edaykarRbkas edayEp¥kelIlixitsalRkm enaH . b:uEnþ tulakarGacRbkassalRkm)an eTaHbICanItiviFIénbNþwgenaHRtUv)anp¥akk¾eday .kar -72- . nig karBinitüelIPsþútag tulakarRtUvbBa©b. edayEp¥kelIkarTajehtupl edaypÞal.mat.eFVIskmμPaBbNþgw )aneLIy . 2-dIkaseRmc KWCakarseRmcesckþIEdltulakar b¤ ecARkmGaceFVIeday minqøgkat.tamkarTajehtupledaypÞal. kñúgkrNIenH GMLúgeBlTaMgGs.nItiviFIénbNþwg GMLúgeBlk¾RtUvbBaÄb. dMeNIrkarEdr . eTAtamTRmg. 2-enAeBlEdlmankarp¥ak b¤ bg¥g.BaØtþiTUeTAsþIBIsalRkm maRta 180>.salRkmcugeRkay 1-ebIyl.

b¤ karBarxøÜnEdlGacvinicä½yedayÉkraCü)an . maRta 182>.enAkñúgcMNucnImYy²xageRkam enH tulakarGacbBa©bk. maRta 181>.eXIjfa mankarcaM)ac. 3-ebIyl.énkarTamTar .TgnwgkarbBa©b.kþI eTaHbI CaKμanBaküsuMrbs.karxkxanvinicä½y ebItl u akarxkxanmin)aneFVkI arvinicy ½ä elIkarTamTarEpñkNamYy Epñkénkar TamTarEdlxkxanenaH RtUv)ancat. 3-tulakarRtUvseRmcesckþIGMBIkrNIykic©TTYlbnÞúkR)ak. 2-tulakarminGacecjsalRkmcMeBaHcMNcu NaEdlPaKImni )ansueM LIy . 2-ebIyl.cMNucEdlRtUvvinicä½yedaysalRkm 1-tulakarRtUvecjsalRkmcMeBaHkarTamTarTaMgGs.IecjsalRkmcugeRkay tulakarGac bgÁab.ehIyenaH saCafμI eLIgvij)an .EdlPaKI)ansuM .GgÁesckþI cMeBaHkarTamTarEtmYyenaH)an . arvinci y ½ä cMeBaHEtehtuenaHsin ehIyecjsalRkmrebob )an ³ k-GtßiPaBénkarTamTarkñúgkrNIEdlmanvivaTelIGtßiPaB nig cMnYnTwk R)ak. maRta 183>. x-meFüa)aytTl. arvinci ½y ä cMeBaHkarTamTarmYy kñgú cMeNamkar TamTareRcInEdlRtUv)anbBa©l Ú Kña tulakarGacecjsalRkmseRmcdl.Rbdab.edIm.EdlRtUv)anbBa©b.mat.eXIjfa RtUvbBa©bk. ehIyecjsalRkmcugeRkay .karbnþenAtulakarenaHteTAeTot .[eFVIkarTajehtupledaypÞal.salRkmrebob ebImanvivaTGMBIehtuNamYyEdl)ankMNt. X-ehtuEdlTak.mat. K-GtßiPaB b¤ ntßiPaBénl½kçx½NÐbNþwg .TajehtupledaypÞal.PaKIk¾eday .bNþwg . -73- .

maRta 184>. -74- .karTajehtupl edaypÞal.fakar GHGagGMBIGgÁehtu man b¤ KμanPaBBit edayKitBicarNaya:ghμt.eKalkarN_CMenOTukcitþedayesrI kñúgkarecjsalRkm tulakarRtUvvinicä½yTTYlsÁal.EdlCamUldæanénsalRkmenaHEtb:ueNÑaH eTIbGacecjsalRkm)an .eKalkarN_vinicä½yedaypÞal. maRta 185>. b¤ minTTYlsÁal. BaküsuMsaksYrsakSIEdl)ansaksYrBImunmkrYcehIy tulakarRtUvsaksYrsakSI enaHeLIgvij . 3-kñúgkrNIEdlecARkmTTYlbnÞúkmanEtmñak.mat. 2-kñúgkrNIEdlmankarpøas.RtUv)anpøas.kMeNItGanuPaBénsalRkm salRkmnwgmanGanuPaBedaykarRbkas . b:Eu nþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþ eLIy cMeBaHerOgkþEI dlmanPaBsμúKsμajxøagM b¤ mankal³eTs³BiessepSgeTot . 1-manEtecARkmEdl)aneFVIkarTajehtupledaypÞal.Edl)aneFVIBImunmk .mat.kNþal RbsinebIPaKIdak.kalbriecäTénkarRbkas karRbkassalRkmRtUveFVIeLIgkñúgGMLúgeBl 1 ¬mYy¦ Ex Kitcab. vU karTajehtupledaypÞal.nvU lT§plén karBinitüPsþútag nig dMeNIrkarnigxøwmsarénkarTajehtupledaypÞal. EpñkTI 3 karRbkassalRkm maRta 186>.mat.xøÜn .bþÚrecARkmenAmuneBlbBa©b. tamCMenOTukcitþedayesrIrbs. PaKIRtUveFVIesckþIEføgkarN_nUvlT§plénkarTajehtupleday pÞal.mat. maRta 187>.bþÚrelIsBIBak.bþÚr b¤ krNIEdl ecARkmkñgú RkumRbwkSaCMnMuCRmH RtUv)anpøas.mat. .ct.BIéf¶Edl )anbBa©bn.

)ankMNt. x-éf¶Edl)anbBa©b.rebobénkarRbkas 1-karRbkassalRkmRtUveFVeI LIgtamkalbriecäT enAkñgú salsvnakarEdl ebIkCasaFarN³ edayRbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmHCaGñkGanesckþIseRmcbBa©b. . -75- .karTajehtupledaypÞal.PaKI ehIynig eQμaH nig Gasydæanrbs.)an . .lixitsalRkm 1-enAkñúglixitsalRkm RtUvsresrcMNucdUcxageRkamenH ³ k-tulakar . maRta 189>.eXIjfasmrmü RbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmHGacGansMGag ehtuénsalRkm b¤ GacBnül.GñktMNagEdlc. K-eQμaH b¤ namkrN_ nig Gasydæanrbs.ab. 4-kñúgkrNIEdlecARkmNamñak.maRta 188>.xøwmsarénsMGagehtuenaHedaypÞal. . 3-RbsinebIyl.PaKI . 2-karRbkassalRkmGaceFV)I an eTaHbICaKμanvtþmanrbs.edIménmUlsalRkm .ab. edayEp¥kelIc. 3-ecARkmEdlecjsalRkmRtUvcuHhtßelxaelIlixitsalRkmenaH . g-sMGagehtu . c-esckþIseRmcbBa©b. X-GgÁehtu nig cMNucvivaT . b:uEnþ kñúgkrNIEdlRbFanRkumRbwkSaCMnuM CRmHmanFur³ ecARkmRbwkSaGacGanCMnYs)an .KUPaKIenAkñúgsal svnakark¾eday . 2-cMeBaHGgÁehtu nig cMNucvivaT RtUvsresrxøwmsarsMxan.mat.kñúgcMeNamRkumRbwkSaCMnuMCRmH manFur³kñúg karcuHhtßelxaelIlixitsalRkm ecARkmepSgeTotRtUvcuHhtßelxa edaycuH nieTÞsGMBIehtuEdlecARkmenaHminGaccuHhtßelxa)an .²edayEp¥kelI esckþIEføgkarN_rbs.mat.

kgúñ maRta 192 ¬dIkaseRmcEktRmUv¦ én RkmenH tulakarEdl)anecjsalRkm minGaclub b¤ EkERbsalRkmenaH)aneT .eXIjfasmrmü tulakarGaceFVIdkI a seRmcenHCalixit CMnYskarsresrbEnßmenAelIc. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlmanbNþgw ]T§rN_Rsbc.)an .ab. EsþgepSgeTotEdlmanRbePTRbhak.edIménmUlsalRkm nig GnusarsalRkm ehIybBa¢ÚnÉksarcmøgyfaPUténdIkaseRmcenH eTA[KUPaKI )an .dIkaseRmcEktRmUv 1-kñúgkrNIEdlsalRkmmankarKNnaelxxus b¤ kt.GtþBn§PaBénsalRkm elIkElgEtkñgú krNIEdl)ankMNt. EpñkTI 4 GanuPaBénsalRkm maRta 191>. 3-dIkaseRmcEktRmUvRtUvsresrbEnßmenAelIc.ab.RbEhlKña tulakarGacecjdIkaseRmcEk tRmUvsalRkm tamBaküsuM b¤ edayqnÞanusiT§irbs. 2-karbBa¢nÚ Edl)ankMNt.xøÜn)an . maRta 193>.ceM BaHsal RkmenaH .eBlEdlsalRkmcUlCasßaBr 1-salRkmminGaccUlCasßaBr enAmuneBlputGMLúgeBlEdl)ankMNt. -76- .BIéf¶Edl)anRbkassalRkmenaH .edIménmUlsalRkm nig GnusarsalRkm .karbBa¢ÚnlixitsalRkm 1-lixti salRkmRtUvbBa¢nÚ eTA[KUPaKI kñgú GMLgú eBl 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ eday Kitcab. 2-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEktRmUvsalRkm GacbþwgCMTas.maRta 190>.xus b¤ kMhusCak. b:Eu nþ RbsinebIyl.kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUv)aneFVeI LIgeday GnusarsalRkm . maRta 192>.ab.

CMnuMéncMNucEdlRtUv)anvinicä½yedaysalRkm 1-enAeBlsalRkmcUlCasßaBrehIy GanuPaBénGaCJaGs.GaCJaGs.karRbkas[GnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñ 1-cMeBaHsalRkmEdlseRmcGMBkI arTamTarsiTei§ lIRTBüsm.ab.tþi ebIyl.BakübNþgw ])aRs½yeTAtulakarCan.enaH . b¤ karbþwgTas.eBlEdlGanuPaBGnuvtþekIteLIg elIkElgEtmanbBaØtþiepSgenAkñúgc.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH .CnM EMu dl)ankMNt.xs < .kñúgmaRta 194 ¬GaCJaGs.CMnuM elIcnM nY R)ak. dlRsbc.CMnuMenH min GacmaneTAelIesckþIvinicä½ykñúgsMGagehtuénsalRkm)aneT .sRmab. . maRta 194>. 2-GaCJaGs.CMnuMEdl)ankMNt.taMgBI eBlEdlGaCJaGs. b¤ BakübNþgw Tas. cMeBaHkarTamTarEdl)ansuM edayBakübNþwg b¤ BakübNþwgtbEtb:ueNÑaH ehIyGanuPaBénGaCJaGs. mat. EdlRtUv)aneFVeI LIgkñgú GMLgú eBlEdl )ankMNt.CMnuMRtUvekIteLIg .kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvkMNt. maRta 196>. maRta 195>.eXIj -77- .karbþgw ])aRs½y eTAtulakarCan.)aneT .EdlRsb c.Edl )antva: edaykarTUTat.xs < E. salRkmGacGnuvtþ)an cab.ab.CasßaBr nUvTMnak.TMngsiT§i b¤ TMnak.karTajehtupledaypÞal.TMngKtiyutþ naeBlbBa©b. 3-TMhMénGaCJaGs. edaykardak.CMnuM)anekIteLIg dUc)ankMNt.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH manRtwm EtTMhMEdl)anvinicä½yenAkñúgesckþIseRmcbBa©b.CMnuMén cMNucEdlRtUv)anvinicä½yedaysalRkm¦ énRkmenH .ab. 4-eTaHbICamanbBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenHk¾eday ebIcugcemøIyTam TarkarTUTat. 2-karcUlCasßaBrénsalRkm RtUv)anbg¥ak. edaysiT§ielIbMNultb esckþIvinicä½ykñúgsalRkmsßaBrEdlseRmc fa KμansiTei§ lIbN M l u tbeTenaH RtUvbegáItGanuPaBénGaCJaGs.

4-kñúgkrNIEdlmin)anseRmcesckþIGMBIBaküsuMRbkas[GnuvtþCa beNþaHGasnñ b¤ kñúgkrNIEdlRtUvRbkas[GnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñedayqnÞanusiT§i Etmin)aneFVI tulakarRtUvecjdIkaseRmcbEnßm tamBaküsuM b¤ edayqnÞanusTi ri§ bs.R)atiePaK tamBaküsuM b¤ edayqnÞanusiT§irbs.R)atiePaK b¤ min[dak.facaM)ac.bg.R)atiePaK tamBaküsuM b¤ eday qnÞanusiT§irbs. maRta 197>.brÚþ EtcMeBaHkarRbkas[GnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñbe:u NÑaH bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþpgEdr cMeBaHsal -78- .bg.xnÜø . edayEp¥kelI karRbkas[GnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñ nig [sgkarxUcxatEdlcugcemøy I )anTTYl edaysarkarGnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ edIm.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH . bBaØtþienHRtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdltulakar min)anseRmcesckþIGMBIBaküsuMEdl)ankMNt. bBaØtþienHRtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkarRbkasEdl)an kMNt. énsalRkm . 2-tulakarGacRbkasfa PaKIGacrYcputBIkarGnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñ)an eday[dak.bþÚrsalRkmseRmcGgÁesckþI tulakarRtUv bgÁab.xøÜn .kgúñ saldIka[edImecaTsgtavkalikEdlcugcemøy I )anpþl. tulakarGacRbkasfa salRkmenaHGacGnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñ)an eday [edImecaTEdlQñHkþIdak. 3-kñgú krNIEdltulakar)anpøas.IeFV[ I rYcputBIkarGnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñ enaH tamBaküsuMrbs.xøÜn .tulakarCan.EdlseRmcpøas.GanuPaBénkarRbkas[GnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñ nig bdiTansßanPaBedIm 1-karRbkas[GnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñRtUv)at.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH . 3-karRbkas[GnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñ RtUvEcgenAkñúgesckþIseRmcbBa©b.bþÚrkarRbkas[GnuvtþCabeNþaHGasnñenaH b¤ salRkmseRmcGgÁesckþI tamTMhMénkarpøas. 2-kñúgkrNIEdltulakarpøas.kar)at.cugcemøIy .GanuPaB edaykarRbkas saldIkarbs.x<s.bþÚr .

EpñkTI 5 salRkmkM)aMgmux maRta 200>.salRkmkM)aMgmuxedImecaT -79- .kþI )anTTYlkarbBa¢ÚndIkaekaHehA b¤ dIkabgÁab. maRta 199>.GanuPaBénsalRkmsßaBrrbs.tulakarbreTsRtUv)anTTYlsÁal. X-ebImankarFanaeTAvijeTAmkrvagRBHraCaNacRkkm<Cú a nig breTs . EdlcaM)ac. X-buKÁlEdlkan.kab.kñúgcMNucTaMgbIxagelIenH . maRta 198>.edIm. edayc.epþImnItiviFI b¤ min)anTTYleT Et)aneqøIyedaHsatbcMeBaH bNþwgenaH .visalPaBbuKÁlEdlRtUvTTYlGanuPaBrbs. x-ttiyCn kñgú krNIEdlPaKIeFVCI aedImecaT b¤ cugcemøy I énbNþgw CMns Y ttiyCnenaH .l¥énRBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa .kar .vtßúEdlCakmμvtßúénkarTamTar sRmab.bþÚrsalRkmseRmcGgÁesckþIenAeBleRkay . x-ebIcugcemøIyEdlcaj.dUcxageRkamenH ³ k-PaKI . K-ebIxmwø sarénsalRkm nig nItvi Fi éI nbNþgw enaH minb:HBal.ab. b¤ sn§isBaØa b¤ GnusBaØa EdlRBHraCaNacRkkm<úCaCaPaKI .tulakarbreTs salRkmsßaBrrbs.dIkaEdlpøas.Fñab.buKÁlEdl)ankMNt. K-buKÁlEdlTTYlbnþnvU siTi§ b¤ katBVkci © BIGkñ Edl)ankMNt. dUcxageRkamenH ³ k-ebIsiT§iCRmHkþIrbs.plRbeyaCn_ rbs.tulakarbreTs RtUvmanGanuPaB luHRtaEt)anbMeBj l½kçx½NÐTaMgGs.sNþab. saFarN³ b¤ TMenomTmøab.kgúñ cMNcu TaMgBIrxagelIenH eRkayBIbNþwgRtUv)ancat.salRkmsßaBr salRkmsßaBrmanGanuPaBcMeBaHbuKÁlEdl)ankMNt.Icab.

nItiviFIeRtomsRmab.mat.eXIjfa karTamTarrbs.IbnþnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.edImecaT RtwmRtUv tulakarRtUvTTYlsÁal.karTajehtupleT tulakarRtUvbBaÄb.nUvkalbriecäTelIkTI 1 énkarTajehtupleday pÞal.edImecaT edaysalRkmkM)aMgmux EtebIyl.edImecaTenaH edaysalRkm kM)aMgmux . b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlcug cemøIyeFVIvivaTelIkarGHGagrbs.TgnwgGgÁehtu ehIyebIyl.mat.1-ebIedImecaTmin)anbgðajxøÜn enAkalbriecäTelIkTI 1 énnItvi Fi eI RtomsRmab.BImunmk .Tukfa cugcemøIy)ansarPaBtamesckþIEføgkarN_rbs.edImecaTminRtwmRtUveT tulakarRtUvRcanecal karTamTarenaH .karTamTarrbs.mat. karTajehtupleT tulakarRtUvRcanecalkarTamTarrbs.ntI vi Fi eI RtomsRmab.mat. maRta 202>. 2-ebIedImecaTmin)anbgðajxøÜn enAkalbriecäTedIm.eT tulakarRtUvRcanecalkarTamTarrbs. edImecaTEdlTak. 3-ebIedImecaTmin)anbgðajxøÜn enAkalbriecäTénkarTajehtupleday pÞal.karTajehtupl eday Pøam² ehIykMNt. tulakarRtUvcat. karTajehtupl b¤ kalbriecäTénkarTajehtuplpÞal.edImecaT enAkalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.nvU kalbriecäTelIkTI 1 énkarTajehtupledaypÞal. karTajehtupleT tulakarGacbBaÄb. maRta 201>.eXIjfa karTamTarrbs. 2-ebIcugcemøIymin)anbgðajxøÜn enAkalbriecäTénkarTajehtupleday pÞal.karTajehtu pl edayPøam² ehIykMNt.krNIEdlminGacecjsalRkmkM)aMgmux ebImankrNINamYydUcxageRkamenH tulakarminGacecjsalRkmkM)aMg mux )aneLIy ³ -80- .salRkmkM)aMgmuxcugcemøIy 1-ebIcugcemøIymin)anbgðajxøÜn enAkalbriecäTelIkTI 1 énnItiviFIeRtom sRmab.edImecaTenaH eday salRkmkM)aMgmux .)an .. .mat.

)an . GMLúgeBlenHBMuGacBnüar)aneLIy .kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUveFVIeLIgkñúgGMLúg eBl 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ edayKitcab.bNþwgTas. .ab. enA kñúgsalRkmkM)aMgmuxenaH . 2-ebItulakar)anBnüarkalbriecäTtamkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakar RtUveFVIkarekaHehAPaKIEdlmin)anbgðajxøÜnenaH tamkalbriecäTfμI .k-PaKIEdlmin)anbgðajxøÜn min)anTTYlkarekaHehARsbc.ab.mat.eXIjfa GMLgú eBlénkarekaHehAmanry³eBlxøeI Bk b¤ yl.Edl)ankMNt.GMLúgeBlEdlGacbþwgTas.eBlevla edaysarmanehtu EdlminGacBüakr)an b¤ ehtuEdlminGaceCosvag)an ehIy)anTTYlsalRkm kM)aMgmux PaKIenaHGacbþwgTas. maRta 204>.mat. X-xøwmsarénesckþIéføgkarN_ EdledImecaT)aneFVIenAkalbriecäTén karTajehtupledaypÞal. .karTajehtupl b¤ kalbriecäTénkarTajehtupleday pÞal. maRta 203>. 3-ebIsalRkmkM)aMgmux RtUv)anbBa¢Úntamry³karbiTRbkasCasaFarN³ b¤ tamry³karbBa¢ÚnenAbreTs tulakarRtUvkMNt.karBnüarkalbriecäT 1-ebIyl. 2-bNþwgTas.eXIj fa PaKImni GacmkbgðajxønÜ )anedayKμankMhuseT tulakarGacBnüarkalbriecäT énnItiviFIeRtomsRmab. x-PaKIEdlmin)anbgðajxønÜ manmUlehtuEdlGacTTYlsÁal. 1-ebIPaKImni )anbgðajxønÜ tamkalbriecäTTan.BIéf¶Edl)anTTYlkarbBa¢ÚnsalRkmkM)aMgmux enaH .cMeBaHsalRkmenaH)an . -81- .EdlcugcemøIymin)anbgðajxøÜn ehIyxøwmsarén esckþIéføgkarN_enaHmin)anCUndMNwgeTAcugcemøIy munkalbriecäTenaH .fa BitCa minGacbgðajxønÜ )anEmn edaysareRKaHmhnþrayFmμCati b¤ kal³eTs³epSgeTot EdlminGaceCosvag)an . K-bNþwgminRsbc.

RtUvsresrcMNucdUcxageRkam ³ k-eQμaH b¤ namkrN_ nig Gasydæanrbs.eTAtulakarEdl)an ecjsalRkmkM)aMgmux .kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RbsinebIPaKIEdl bþgw Tas. 4-kñgú krNIEdlBakübNþgw Tas.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH Gacbþwg CMTas.¦ énRkmenH tulakarRtUvkMNt.karBinitü nig karbBa¢ÚnBakübNþwgTas.GñktMNagEdlc. . enaH nig ekaHehAKUPaKI .ab.Ivinicä½ybNþwgTas.kalbriecäTfμIedIm. K-bMNgénkarbþwgTas. nig GMLúgeBlEdlkMNt.mni )anEktRmUvcMNcu xVHxateT tulakarRtUvelIkBakübNþgw Tas.)ankMNt. maRta 206>.kñúgcMNuc x xag elIenH . 3-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt. x-sBaØaNsalRkmkM)aMgmuxEdlCakmμvtßúénkarbþwgTas. 1-kñúgkrNIEdlBakübNþwgTas. 2-enAkñúgBakübNþwgTas.[EktRmUvcMNuc xVHxaténBakübNþwgenaH kñúgGMLúgeBlenaH . maRta 207>.maRta 205>.eBlevla . X-mUlehtuEdlminGacmkbgðajxøÜntamkalbriecäTTan. nig GMBIPaBRtwm -82- .edayc.xøÜn GMBIPaBRtwmRtUvén BakübNwþgTas.cMeBaHsalRkmEdl)ankMNt.KμancMNcu xVHxateT tulakarRtUvbBa¢nÚ Bakü bNþwgTas.. 1-tulakarRtUveFVIkarRsavRCav edayqnÞanusiT§irbs.e.rebobbþwgTas. 2-kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt. 1-karbþwgTas.minRsbnwgbBaØtþiénmaRta 205 ¬rebobbþwg Tas.karvinicä½y nig karseRmcesckþIelIbNþwgTas.tamTRmg. .ab.RtUveFVIeLIgedaydak. naHecal edaydIkaseRmc .KUPaKI ehIynig eQμaH nig Gasydæanrbs.BakübNþwgTas.GMLúgeBlsmrmü nig bgÁab.)an .enaHeTAPaKImçageTot ehIykMNt.

)ankMNt.Icab. maRta 208>. -83- . epþImeFVIkarTajehtupledaypÞal. kalbriecäTfμIedIm.epþIm GnuvtþntI vi Fi eI LIgvij manlT§pldUcsalRkmkM)aMgmux enaHtulakarRtUvecjsal RkmfμIEdlRbkasfa tmál. 2-tulakarRtUvelIkecalnUvbNþwgTas.Icab.eLIgvij ehIyRtUvCUndMNgw enHeTA[KUPaKI .BIcab.. maRta 209>.RtUvénmUlehtubNþwgTas.k¾eday k¾esah‘uy EdlekIteLIgedaysarGvtþman RtUvCabnÞúkrbs.enaHminRtwmRtUvtamc. . edaydIkaseRmc RbsinebIyl. maRta 210>.GanuPaBénbNþwgTas. 2-kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.epþImGnuvtþnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.epþIm GnuvtþntI iviFeI LIgvij KμanlT§pldUcsalRkmkM)aMgmuxeT enaHtulakarRtUvlubecal salRkmkM)aMgmuxenaHenAkñúgsalRkmfμI .mat.RtUv)anTTYlsÁal. 2-ebIsalRkmEdlRtUvecjedayEp¥kelIkarCMnuMCRmHCafμI bnÞab.salRkmfμI 1-ebIsalRkmEdlRtUvecjedayEp¥kelIkarCMnuMCRmHCafμI bnÞab.salRkmkM)aMgmuxenaHTukCa)ankar .eXIjfa BakübNþwgTas.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarRtUvkMNt. enaH KμanmUlehtuRtwmRtUveT tulakarRtUvRcanecalbNþgw enaHedaydIkaseRmc .ab.Edlc.esah‘uyEdlekIteLIgedaysarGvtþman ebIsalRkmkM)aMgmuxRtUv)aneFVIeLIgRsbtamTRmg. 1-kñúgkrNIEdlBakübNþwgTas.EdlRtUv)anTTYlsÁal.eTAsPaBedImvij BIRtwmeBlGvtþmanenaHekIteLIg .ab. nItiviFIénbNþwgenaHRtUv RtLb. EtebIyl.PaKImçageTot ..PaKIEdlmin)anbgðajxøÜnEdr elIk ElgEtkrNIEdlesah‘uyenaH)anekIteLIg edaysarskmμPaBbNþgw minRtwmRtUv rbs. eTaH bICaRtUvlubecalsalRkmenaH edayEp¥kelIBakübNþwgTas.eXIj fa BakübNþwgTas..karTajehtupl b¤ edIm.BIcab.

. 2-bBaØtþiénEpñkenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHbNþwgtb ..karlubecalnUvdIkaseRmcTak. 2-cMeBaHsalRkmkM)aMgmuxelIkTI 2 Edl)ankMNt.maRta 211>.las.bBaØtþiEdlGnuvtþdUcKña 1-bBaØtþisþIBIkardkBakübNþwg]T§rN_ RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaH kardkBakübNþwgTas.salRkmkM)aMgmuxelIkTI 2 1-ebIPaKIEdl)anbþgw Tas. maRta 212>.[)anc.karCUndMNwgGMBIdIkaseRmc 1-dIkaseRmcnwgmanGanuPaB luHRtaEtRtUv)anCUndMNwgtamviFIEdlGac TTYlsÁal.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xag elIenH minGacbþwgTas.kñúgmaRta 202 ¬krNIEdl minGacecjsalRkmkM)aMgmux¦ nig kfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 203 ¬karBnüarkal briecäT¦ énRkmenH . 3-enAeBlCUndMNwgGMBIdIkaseRmc RkLabBa¢IRtUvbBa¢ak.TgnwgkardwknaMnItiviFI dIkaseRmcTak.fasmrmü .)aneToteT . nUvehtukarN_ nig viFIénkarCUndMNwgenaH dak. 2-kñúgkrNIecjdIkaseRmcCalayl½kçN_GkSr ecARkmEdl)anecjdIka seRmc RtUvcuHhtßelxaelIdIkaseRmcenaH .epþImGnuvtþnItiviFIeLIgvijeT tulakarRtUvRcanecalbNþwgTas. min)anbgðajxønÜ enAkalbriecäTdMbgU eRkayeBl cab. edaysalRkm kM)aMgmuxmþgeTot elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.enAkñúgsMNuMerOg . maRta 214>. EpñkTI 6 dIkaseRmc maRta 213>. -84- .TgnwgkardwknaMnItiviFIénbNþwg GaclubecalnaeBlNak¾ )an .as.

CMBUkTI 6 karbBa©b.Ecgrbs. b¤ kalbriecäTénkarpSHpSa kardkBakübNþgw GaceFVIeLIgedaypÞal.enAkalbriecäTénnItvi Fi eI RtomsRmab. 2-eRkayBIcgu cemøIy)andak.mat. k¾)an .nItiviFIedaymineFVIeTAtamkarseRmcesckþI maRta 217>.karTajehtupl b¤ kalbriecäTénkarTaj -85- . b:Eu nþ enAkalbriecäT 3-kardkBakübNþgw RtUveFVeI LIgCalayl½kN énnItiviFIeRtomsRmab.bNþwgtv:aGMBIkarcat.GMBIGgÁesckþIehIy kardkBakübNþwg minRtUvmanGanuPaBeLIy elIk ElgEt)anTTYlkaryl. b:uEnþ bBaØteiþ nHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkardkBakübNþwgtbkñúgkrNIEdledImecaT)andkBakübNþwgedIm .RkLabBa¢I tulakarEdlRkLabBa¢IenaH sßitenAeRkam»vaT RtUvseRmcesckþI edaydIkaseRmc .mat.eBlEdl salRkmcUlCasßaBr .karTajehtupl b¤ kalbriecäTénkarTajehtupleday pÞal.RkLabBa¢I cMeBaHbNþwgtv:aGMBIkarcat.karTajehtuplGMBIGgÁesckþI b¤ )aneFVIkarTajehtupleday pÞal.mat.maRta 215>. b¤ mYyEpñk)an rhUtdl. ç G_ kSr . maRta 216>.Ecgrbs.enAkñúgvaküxNÐTI 1 énkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH RbsinebIkardkBakübNþgw RtUv)aneFVeI LIgCalayl½kN ç G_ kSr tulakarRtUvbBa¢nÚ lixti enHeTAcugcemøIy ehIyRbsinebIkardkBakübNþgw RtUv)aneFVIeLIgedaypÞal. 4-kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.ÉksareRtomGMBGI gÁesckþI b¤ )aneqøIykñgú nIt-i viFIeRtomsRmab.karGnuvtþdUcKñatambBaØtþisþIBIsalRkm bBaØtþisþIBIsalRkmRtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHdIkaseRmc elIk ElgEtbBaØtþisþIBIsalRkmenaH manPaBpÞúyBIlkçN³éndIkaseRmc .kardkBakübNþwg 1-edImecaTGacdkBakübNþwgTaMgGs.RBmBIcugcemøIy . mat.

ehtupledaypÞal;mat; b¤ kalbriecäTénkarpSHpSa tulakarRtUvbBa¢nÚ Éksarcmøg
énkMNt;ehtuénkalbriecäTenH eTAcugcemøIy . b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlkardkBakübNþgw RtUv)aneFVIeLIgedaypÞal;mat; enAkal
briecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab;karTajehtupl b¤ kalbriecäTénkarTajehtupl
edaypÞal;mat; b¤ kalbriecäTénkarpSHpSa ehIycugcemøIy)ancUlrYmenAkñúgkal
briecäTenaH .
5-RbsinebIcugcemøIymin)anbþwgtv:a kñúgGMLúgeBl 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ bnÞab;BI
)anTTYllixitdkBakübNþwgEdlRtUv)anbBa¢ÚneT enaHRtUvcat;Tukfa cugcemøIy
)anyl;RBmnwgkardkBakübNþgw enH . bBaØteiþ nHRtUvykmkGnuvtþEdr cMeBaHkrNI
EdlkardkBakübNþgw RtUv)aneFVeI LIgedaypÞal;mat;enAkalbriecäTénnItvi Fi eI Rtom
sRmab;karTajehtupl b¤ kalbriecäTénkarTajehtupledaypÞal;mat; b¤ kal
briecäTénkarpSHpSa ehIycugcemøIymin)anbþwgtv:a kñúgGMLúgeBl 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_
bnÞab;BéI f¶EdlmankardkBakübNþgw RbsinebIcgu cemøy
I k¾)ancUlrYmenAkalbriecäTenaHEdr b¤ kñúgGMLúgeBl 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ bnÞab;BI)anTTYlkarbBa¢ÚnÉksar
cmøgEdl)ankMNt;kgúñ kfaxNÐTI 4 xagelIenH RbsinebIcugcemøy
I min)ancUlrYm
enAkalbriecäTenaHeT .
maRta 218>- GanuPaBénkardkBakübNþwg
1-EpñkEdlRtUv)andkBakübNþgw RtUvcat;Tukfa min)ancat;kartaMgBIdbM Ug .
2-PaKIEdl)andkBakübNþgw eRkayBIecjsalRkmcugeRkayGMBGI gÁesckþI
minGacdak;BakübNþwgdUcKñamþgeTot)aneT .
maRta 219>- karcat;Tukfa dkBakübNþwg
kñúgkrNIEdlPaKITaMgsgxagmin)anbgðajxøÜn enAkalbriecäTénnItvi Fi eI Rtom
sRmab;karTajehtupl b¤ kalbriecäTénkarTajehtupledaypÞal;mat; ehIy
min)andak;BaküsuM[tulakarkMNt;kalbriecäTCafμIeTot kñgú GMLgú eBl 1 ¬mYy¦ Ex
eT enaHRtUvcat;Tukfa )andkBakübNþwg . bBaØtþienHRtUvykmkGnuvtþpgEdr cMeBaH
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krNIEdlPaKITaMgsgxagmin)anbgðajxøÜn enAkalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab;
karTajehtupl b¤ kalbriecäTénkarTajehtupledaypÞal;mat; BIrdgCab;Kañ .
maRta 220>- karpSHpSaelIbNþwg
1-PaKIGaceFVIkarpSHpSaenAkalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab;karTajehtu
pl b¤ kalbriecäTénkarTajehtupledaypÞal;mat; b¤ kalbriecäTénkarpSHpSa
)an .
2-karpSHpSaEdl)ankMNt;kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH GaceFVIenAeRkATI
taMgtulakark¾)anEdr RbsinebItulakaryl;eXIjfasmrmü .
maRta 221>- karlHbg; b¤ karTTYlsÁal;nUvkarTamTar
karlHbg;nUvkarTamTar b¤ karTTYlsÁal;nUvkarTamTar RtUveFVIeLIgenAkal
briecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab;karTajehtupl b¤ kalbriecäTénkarTajehtupl
edaypÞal;mat; b¤ kalbriecäTénkarpSHpSa .
maRta 222>- GanuPaBénkMNt;ehtusþIBIkarsHCa CaGaT×
kñgú krNIEdlmankarsHCa karlHbg;nUvkarTamTar b¤ karTTYlsÁal;nvU kar
TamTar RtUv)ankt;RtaenAkñúgkMNt;ehtu kMNt;RtaenH manGanuPaBdUcKñanwgsal
RkmsßaBr .

CMBUkTI 7
bTb,BaØtþiBiesssþIBIerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic
maRta 223>- eKalbMNgénnItiviFI
nItiviFIénerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic maneKalbMNgedIm,IedaHRsayvivaTd¾qab;
rh½stamnItiviFIsegçb .
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maRta 224>- l½kçx½NÐénbNþwgerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic CaGaT×
1-cMeBaHbNþwgEdlmaneKalbMNgTamTarsMNgCaTwkR)ak;minelIsBI
1>000>000 ¬mYylan¦ erol EdlCatémøkmμvtßúénbNþwg edImecaTGacesñIsuMkar
CMnuMCRmH nig seRmcesckþI tamnItiviFIénbNþwgerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic)an .
2-esckþIEføgkarN_EdlesñIsuMkarCMnuMCRmH nig seRmcesckþI tamnItiviFIén
bNþwgerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic RtUveFVIeLIgenAeBldak;BakübNþwg .
maRta 225>- kardak;BakübNþwgedaypÞal;mat; cMNcu EdlRtUvbBa¢ak;c,as;las;
enAeBldak;BakübNþwg
1-kardak;BakübNþwgénerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic GaceFVIedaypÞal;mat;)an .
2-cMeBaHkardak;BakübNþgw énerOgkþcI MnnY TwkR)ak;tci eTaHbICamanbBaØtþienA
kñúgcMNuc x kfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 75 ¬rebobdak;BakübNþwg nig cMNucEdlRtUv
sresrkñúgBakübNþwg¦ énRkmenHk¾eday k¾CakarRKb;RKan;ehIy kalebImankar
bgðaj[)anc,as;las;GMBIcMNucsMxan;²énvivaTenaH .
3-enAeBlEdledImecaTdak;BakübNþwgedaypÞal;mat; RkLabBa¢IRtUvkt;Rta
nUvesckþIEføgkarN_rbs;edImecaTenaHkñúgkMNt;ehtu . kñúgkrNIenH kMNt;ehtu
enaH RtUv)ancat;TukfaCaBakübNþwg .
maRta 226>- karcg¥úlbgðajGMBInItiviFI
1-RkLabBa¢IRtUvRbKl;eTAPaKInUvlixitlayl½kçN_GkSrEdlBnül;nUvGtßn½y
énnItiviFIénkarCMnMuCRmH nig karseRmcesckþItamerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic enAeBl
ekaHehAtamkalbriecäTdMbgU sRmab;karTajehtupledaypÞal;mat; enAkñúgerOg
kþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic .
2-enAeBldMbUgénkalbriecäTEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelI
enH tulakarRtUvBnül;PaKInUvcMNucdUcxageRkamenH ³
k-elIkElgEtkñgú krNIEdlmansPaBkarN_Bei ss tulakarRtUvbBa©b;
nUvkarCMnMuCRmHenAkalbriecäTdMbUgsRmab;karTajehtupledaypÞal;mat; .
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x-cMeBaHsalRkmcugeRkayénerOgkþcI MnnY TwkR)ak;tci PaKIBGuM aceFV]I )aRs½y)aneLIy elIkElgEtbNþwgTas;cMeBaHsalRkmkM)aMgmux .
K-karBinitüPsþútag GaceFVI)ancMeBaHEtPsþútagEdlGacBinitü)anPøam²
b:ueNÑaH .
X-cugcemøy
I GaceFVeI sckþIEføgkarN_[epÞrbNþgw eTAnItvi Fi bI Nþgw Fmμta
)an . b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlcugcemøIy)aneFVI
kareqøy
I TajehtuplenAkalbriecäTdMbgU sRmab;karTajehtupledaypÞal;mat;
b¤ eRkayeBlkalbriecäTenaH)anbBa©b;ehIy .
maRta 227>- karhamXat;cMeBaHbNþwgtb
enAkñúgerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic karbþwgtbminGaceFVI)aneLIy .
maRta 228>- karkMNt;kalbriecäTTajehtupledaypÞal;mat;
1-enAeBlEdlmankardak;BakübNþwg tulakarRtUvkMNt;kalbriecäTsRmab;
karTajehtupledaypÞal;mat; [)anqab;rh½s nig RtUveFVIkarekaHehAPaKI .
2-kalbriecäTEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUveFVIenAkñúg
GMLúgeBl 30 ¬samsib¦ éf¶ Kitcab;BIéf¶Edl)andak;BakübNþwg elIkElgEt
kñúgkrNIEdlmansPaBkarN_Biess .
maRta 229>- eKalkarN_énkarCMnMuCRmHtamkalbriecäTEtmYyéf¶
1-cMeBaHerOgkþcI nM nY TwkR)ak;tci tulakarRtUvEtbBa©bn; vU karCMnCuM RmH enAkal
briecäTdMbUgsRmab;karTajehtupledaypÞal;mat;elIkTI 1 elIkElgEtkñgú krNI
EdlmansPaBkarN_Biess .
2-PaKIRtUvdak;meFüa)aytTl; b¤ karBarxøÜnTaMgGs; enAmun b¤ kñúgkalbriecäTEdl)ankMNt;enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH . b:uEnþ bBaØteiþ nHminRtUvykmk
GnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlkarTajehtupledaypÞal;mat;RtUv)anbnþ .
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maRta 230>- karbgÁab;[samIPaKIbgðajxøÜn
eTaHbICaGñktMNagedayGaNtþRi tUv)aneRCIstaMgk¾eday k¾tulakarGacbgÁab;
[samIPaKI b¤ GñktMNagEdlc,ab;)ankMNt;rbs;PaKIenaH bgðajxøÜn)anEdr .
maRta 231>- karkRmitnUvkarBinitüPsþútag
karBinti üPsþtú ag GaceFVI)ancMeBaHEtPsþútagEdlGacBinitü)anPøam²b:ueNÑaH .
maRta 232>- karesñIsMusaksYrsakSI nig karsaksYrsakSI
1-PaKImni caM)ac;dak;ÉksarEdlkMNt;GBM cI N
M cu RtUvsaksYreLIy enAeBl
EdlesñIsMusaksYrsakSI .
2-tulakarGacsaksYrsakSI)an edaymincaM)ac;[eFVIsm,f .
maRta 233>- karepÞrbNþgw eTAnItiviFFI mμta edayesckþEI føgkarN_rbs;cgu cemøy
I
1-cugcemøy
I GaceFVeI sckþIEføgkarN_[epÞrbNþgw eTAnItvi Fi FI mμta)an . b:uEnþ
bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlcugcemøIyenaH)aneqøIyTaj
ehtuplenAkalbriecäTdMbUgsRmab;karTajehtupledaypÞal;mat; .
2-esckþIEføgkarN_Edl)ankMNt;enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUveFVCI a
layl½kçN_GkSr elIkElgEtkrNIEdleFVIenAkñúgkalbriecäT .
3-enAeBlEdlmanesckþIEføgkarN_Edl)ankMNt;kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xag
elIenH RkLabBa¢RI tUvCUndMNgw eTAedImecaTPøam GMBIkarEdlepÞrbNþwgenHeTAnItiviFFI mμtavij edayesckþIEføgkarN_enaH . b:Eu nþ bBaØteiþ nHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy
cMeBaHkrNIEdlesckþIEføgkarN_enaHRtUv)aneFVIeLIg enAkalbriecäTEdledImecaT
)anbgðajxøÜn .
maRta 234>- karepÞrbNþwgeTAnItiviFIFmμta edaydIkaseRmcrbs;tulakar
1-tulakarRtUvecjdIkaseRmcEdlseRmcfa karCMnMuCRmH nig karseRmc
esckþIelIbNþwgRtUveFVItamnItiviFIFmμta kñúgkrNIdUcxageRkamenH ³
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k-eBlEdledImecaT)anesñIsMu[CMnMuCRmH nig seRmcesckþItamnItiviFI
énbNþwgerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic edaypÞúyBIbBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 224
¬l½kçx½NÐénbNþwgerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic CaGaTצ .
x-eBlEdltulakarminGacekaHehAcugcemøIy tamkalbriecäTdMbUg
sRmab;karTajehtupledaypÞal;mat; RbsinebIkarekaHehAenaHBuMeFVIedaykar
bBa¢ÚntamkarpSayCasaFarN³ .
K-eBlEdltulakaryl;eXIjfa karCMnMuCRmH nig seRmcesckþItam
nItiviFIénbNþwgerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;ticenaH minsmrmü .
2-enAeBlEdlmandIkaseRmcdUcmankMNt;kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH
RkLabBa¢IRtUvCUndMNwgGMBIkarN_enH eTAPaKIPøam .
maRta 235>- eBlénkarepÞrbNþwgeTAnItiviFIFmμta CaGaT×
1-enAeBlEdlmanesckþEI føgkarN_Edl)ankMNt;enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 én
maRta 233 ¬karepÞrbNþgw eTAnItiviFFI mμta edayesckþEI føgkarN_rbs;cgu cemøy
I ¦
b¤ dIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt;enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 234 ¬karepÞrbNþwgeTA
nItiviFIFmμta edaydIkaseRmcrbs;tulakar¦ énRkmenH bNþwgRtUv)anepÞreTAnItiviFIFmμta .
2-enAeBlEdlbNþgw RtUv)anepÞreTAnItvi Fi FI mμta kalbriecäTEdl)ankMNt;
rYcehIysRmab;bNþwgénerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic RtUvcat;Tukfa )ankMNt;sRmab;
nItiviFIeRtomsRmab;karTajehtuplénnItiviFIFmμta .
maRta 236>- salRkm nig karRbkassalRkm
1-tulakarRtUvRbkassalRkmPøam eRkayeBlEdlkarTajehtupleday
pÞal;mat;)anbBa©b; elIkElgEtkrNIEdlyl;eXIjfaminsmrmü .
2-kñgú krNIEdl)ankMNt;enAkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH karRbkassalRkm
GaceFVIeLIg)an edaymincaM)ac;Ep¥kelIc,ab;edIménmUlsalRkmeLIy . kñgú krNI
enH tulakarRtUvRbkassalRkm edayR)ab;esckþIseRmcbBa©b; nig xøwmsarén
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sMGagehtu .
3-enAeBleFVkI arRbkassalRkm edayGnuelamtambBaØtiéþ nkfaxNÐTI 2
xagelIenH tulakarRtUv[RkLabBa¢kI t;RtanUvehtuEdl)ankMNt;kñgú cMNcu nImy
Y ²
xageRkamenH kñúgkMNt;ehtuénkalbriecäTsRmab;karTajehtupledaypÞal;
mat;EdltulakarRbkassalRkm CMnYskareFVIlixitsalRkm ³
k-eQμaH b¤ namkrN_ nig Gasydæanrbs;PaKI ehIynig eQμaH nig
Gasydæanrbs;GñktMNagEdlc,ab;)ankMNt; .
x-salRkmEdledImecaTTamTar[tulakarecj .
K-esckþIseRmcbBa©b; .
4-enAelIlixitsalRkménerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic b¤ elIkMNt;ehtuCMnYs
lixitsalRkmenaH RtUvsresrfaCasalRkménerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic .
maRta 237>- karBnüareBlbg;R)ak;edaysalRkm
1-kñgú krNIEdltulakarecjsalRkmTTYlsÁal;karTamTarrbs;edImecaT
ebIyl;eXIjfa caM)ac;Biess edayKitBicarNanUvlT§PaBRTBüFn nig sßanPaB
epSgeTotrbs;cugcemøIy enaHtulakarGackMNt;cMNuc k b¤ cMNuc x b¤ kMNt;
cMNuc K edaykMNt;CamYyKñanwgcMNuc k b¤ cMNuc x cMeBaHkarsgR)ak; GMBIkar
TamTarEdltulakarTTYlsÁal; kñgú GMLgú eBlminelIsBI 3 ¬bI¦ qñaM bnÞab;BéI f¶Edl
tulakarRbkassalRkm ³
k-kMNt;eBlbg;R)ak; .
x-kMNt;karbg;R)ak;edaykat;sgbeNþIr² .
K-enAeBlEdlsgtambBaØtþiéncMNuc k b¤ eBlEdlsgedaymin)at;
bg;tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 xageRkamenH nUvplRbeyaCn_énkMNt;eBlEdl
)ankMNt;enAcMNcu x kMNt;karGnueRKaH cMeBaHkatBVkci é© nkarsgkarxUcxateday
sarkaryWtya:v eRkayeBldak;BakübNþwg .
2-enAeBlEdleFVIkarkMNt;karbg;R)ak; edaykat;sgbeNþIr²Edl)an
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kMNt;kñúgcMNuc x énkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarRtUvkMNt;GMBIkar)at;bg;
plRbeyaCn_éneBlkMNt;kñúgkrNIEdlcugcemøIyminsg .
maRta 238>- karhamXat;cMeBaH])aRs½y
cMeBaHsalRkmcugeRkayénerOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;tic minGaceFVI])aRs½y)an
eLIy . b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHbNþwgTas; .
maRta 239>- bBaØtþiEdlminGnuvtþ
bBaØtBiþ ImaRta 103 ¬eKalbMNgénnItvi Fi IeRtomsRmab;karTajehtupl¦
dl;maRta 112 ¬karbþwgtva:cMeBaHesckþIkt;RtaénkMNt;ehtu sþIBInItiviFIeRtom
sRmab;karTajehtupl CaGaTצ énRkmenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaH
nItiviFIén erOgkþIcMnYnTwkR)ak;ticEdl)ankMNt;enAkñúgCMBUkTI 7 enH .

CMBUkTI 8
kalbriecäT GMLúgeBl nig karbBa¢Ún
EpñkTI 1
kalbriecäT nig GMLúgeBl
maRta 240>- karkMNt;kalbriecäT
1-tulakarRtUvkMNt;kalbriecäT tamBaküsMu b¤ edayqnÞanusiT§i . b:Eu nþ cMeBaH
kalbriecäTénnItiviFIEdlRtUv)aneFVIeLIgedayecARkmEdlTTYlbBa¢a b¤ ecARkm
EdlTTYlkarRbKl;siT§i ecARkmenaHCaGñkkMNt;; .
2-kñgú krNIEdlminGaceCosvag)an kalbriecäTenHGackMNt;ykéf¶esar_
éf¶GaTitü b¤ éf¶Qb;sRmakepSgeTotEdlkMNt;edayc,ab; b¤ bTdæanKtiytu )þ an .
;

maRta 241>- karbþÚrkalbriecäT
1-ebIPaKI)andak;BaküsMu[bþÚrkalbriecäT PaKIenaHRtUvbBa¢ak;[)anc,as;
las; GMBImUlehtuEdlkarbþÚrkalbriecäTenaHRtUveFVICacaM)ac;; .
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b¤ bTdæanKtiyutþ)ankMNt.KUPaKI .)ankMNt.ab.evNI .eBlcab. 2-manEtkrNIEdlminGaceCosvag)anb:ueNÑaHeT eTIbecARkmEdlTTYl bBa¢a b¤ ecARkmEdlTTYlkarRbKl.enaH . minRtUv)anGnuBaØateT elIkElgEtkrNIEdl manmUlehtuminGaceCosvag)an .siT§iGacBnüarGMLúgeBlEdl)ankMNt. maRta 242>. maRta 244>.ehIy)an .epþIm eT GMLúgeBlenaH RtUvKitcab. GMLúgeBlenaHRtUvcb.ab.2-karbþÚrkalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab. .ehIy enaH)an . BIéf¶Qb. 2-kñúgkarseRmcesckþIEdlkMNt.ab.BIeBlEdlGanuPaBénkarseRmcesckþIenaHman dMeNIrkareLIg . -94- . maRta 243>.karTajehtuplelIkdMbUg Gac GnuBaØat[)an RbsinebImankarRBmeRBogKñaBIsMNak. sRmakEdlc.karBnüarGMLúgeBl 1-manEtkrNIEdlminGaceCosvag)anb:ueNÑaHeT eTIbtulakarGacBnüar GMLúgeBlEdlc.B½n§ . b¤ GMLúgeBlEdltulakar)ankMNt.mat.karKNnaGMLúgeBl 1-karKNnaGMLúgeBl RtUveFVItambBaØtþisþIBIGMLúgeBlénRkmrdæb. 3-RbsinebIéf¶cugeRkayénGMLúgeBl RtUvnwgéf¶esAr_ éf¶GaTitü b¤ éf¶Qb. 3-karbþÚrkalbriecäTénnItiviFIeRtomsRmab. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlmanbBaØtþiBiesskñúgc.karekaHehAtamkalbriecääT karekaHehAtamkalbriecäT RtUveFVIedaybBa¢ÚndIkaekaH b¤ edayCUndMNwg GMBIkalbriecäT eTAGñkEdl)anbgðajxøÜnenAtulakarcMeBaHbNþwgEdlBak.GMLúgeBl ebIBMu)ankMNt.karTajehtupl b¤ kalbriecäT énkarTajehtupledaypÞal. enAéf¶bnÞab.

2-ÉksarEdlRtUvbBa¢nÚ KWCaÉksarcmøgTaMgGs.ab. .karbMeBjnUvskmμPaBbNþwgenAeBleRkay 1-kñgú krNIEdlminGaceKarBtamGMLúgeBlEdl)ankMNt.ehIy .nvU ÉksarEdlRtUvbBa¢nÚ eTACnEdl RtUvTTYlkarbBa¢ÚnenaH elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdlmanbBaØtþiBiessenAkñúgc.eKalkarN_énkarbBa¢ÚnedaykarRbKl.ab.ab. 3-karbBa¢ÚnRtUv)anRbtibtþiedaybuKÁlikéRbsNIy_ GaCJasala b¤ RkLabBa¢I . 1-karbBa¢nÚ RtUveFVIeLIg edaykarRbKl.IBnül. maRta 247>.Éksar .karbBa¢ÚneTAbuKÁlGsmtßPaBkñúgbNþwg CaGaT× 1-karbBa¢ÚneTAbuKÁlGsmtßPaBkñúgbNþwg RtUveFVIeTAcMeBaHGñktMNagEdl c. 2-kic©karbBa¢ÚnRtUveFVIeLIgedayRkLabBa¢I . maRta 248>.ab.kgúñ vaküxNÐTI 2 énkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 244 ¬karBnüarGMLúgeBl¦ xagelIenH edayKμankMhusrbs. PaKI PaKIenaHGacbMeBjnUvskmμPaBbNþwgEdlKYrEt)aneFVIenAkñúgGMLúgeBlenaH )an kñgú GMLgú eBlEt 1 ¬mYy¦ s)aþh_ eRkayeBlEdlmUlehtuenaHrlt. 2-GMLgú eBlEdl)ankMNt. b:uEnþ cMeBaHPaKIEdlenAbreTsvij GMLúgeBlenaH mancMnYn 2 ¬BIr¦ Ex .nUvxøwmsarénÉksarenaH enAeBlRbKl.)ankMNt. . .maRta 245>.eKalkarN_énkarbBa¢ÚnedayqnÞanusiT§i CaGaT× 1-karbBa¢ÚnRtUveFVIedayqnÞanusiT§i elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdlmanbBaØtþiBiessenAkñúgc. EpñkTI 2 karbBa¢Ún maRta 246>. -95- . . 3-kñúgkrNIEdlGñkTTYlkarbBa¢ÚnminecHGkSr m®nþITTYlbnÞúkkarbBa¢Ún Kb.Bn½ § elIkElgEt kñúgkrNIEdlmanbBaØtþiBiessenAkñúgc.EdlBak.kúñgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelI minGacBnüar)aneLIy .

2-cMeBaHkrNIEdlGñkmansiTCi§ atMNagrYmKñaeRcInnak. vij GaceFVIeTATIkEnøgGaCIvkmμ b¤ TIsñak. 3-karbBa¢ÚneTAGñkCab. . maRta 249>.karCUndMNwgGMBIkEnøgbBa¢Ún CaGaT× 1-PaKI b¤ GñktMNagEdlc. TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμ b¤ TIsñak.karrbs.samIxøÜn)an .RKan. TIkEnøg GaCIvkmμ b¤ TIsañ k.fa manlMenAzan TIsMNak.ab. maRta 251>.)ankMNt.)ankMNt.kar enAkñgú RBHraCaNacRkkm<Cú aeT karbBa¢ÚnGaceFVI)anenAkEnøg Edl)anCYbRbTHGñkenaH elIkElgEtkrNIbBa¢ÚncMeBaHGñkEdl)anCUndMNwg tam -96- . kñúgdMNwgenaHEdr . 4-eTaHCamanbBaØtþiénmaRta 249 ¬kEnøgbBa¢Ún¦ xagelIenHk¾eday Rbsin ebImankarCUndMNgw GMBkI EnøgEdlRtUvTTYlkarbBa¢nÚ tambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 xag elIenH k¾karbBa¢ÚnRtUveFVIeTAkEnøgEdl)ankMNt.Bn§naKar RtUveFVIeTAcMeBaHRbFanBn§naKar .Cn EdlRtUvTTYlkarbBa¢Ún . karbBa¢ÚnGaceFVIeTA cMeBaHEtCnNamñak.kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 nig kfaxNÐTI 2 xagelI enH RtUveFVICalayl½kçN_GkSr .ab.las. b¤ GñktMNagedayGaNtþi GacCUn dMNwgedIm. maRta 250>. CakarRKb.ab.kEnøgbBa¢Ún karbBa¢nÚ RtUveFVeI TAlMenAzan TIsMNak. 2-PaKI b¤ GñktMNagEdlc. b¤ GñktMNagedayGaNtþi GacCUn dMNgw GMBkI EnøgEdlxønÜ RtUvTTYlkarbBa¢nÚ enAkñgú RBHraCaNacRkkm<Cú a b¤ GñkEdl TTYlkarbBa¢Ún eTAtulakarTTYlbNþwg .karrbs.as. b:uEnþ cMeBaHkarbBa¢ÚneTAGñktMNagEdlc.IbþÚrkEnøg Edl)anCUndMNwgfaCakEnøgEdlxøÜnRtUvTTYlkarbBa¢Ún b¤ GñkEdl)anCUndMNwgfaCaGñkTTYlkarbBa¢ÚnenaH)an .)ankMNt. 3-karCUndMNwgEdl)ankMNt.karbBa¢ÚnenAkEnøgCYbRbTH eTaHbImanbBaØtþidUcmaRta 249 ¬kEnøgbBa¢Ún¦ xagelIenHk¾eday RbsinebI CnEdlRtUvTTYlkarbBa¢ÚnenaH BMuc.

kar c. maRta 253>.r)aykarN_GMBIkarbBa¢Ún CaGaT× 1-m®nþITTYlbnÞkú karbBa¢nÚ Edl)aneFVIkarbBa¢nÚ rYcehIy RtUveFVrI )aykarN_ GMBIkarbBa¢ÚnenaH CUneTAtulakar .siT§i RtUveFVI ecARkmenaHGacRbKl. bBaØtþienHRtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñaEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdlGñkEdlmanlMenAzan TIsMNak.karbBa¢Únb®gÁb. RBHraCaNacRkkm<úCaRbcaMRbeTsenaH [eFVI)an .dwgsmrmükñúgkarTTYlÉksarenaH)an . enAkñúgRBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa b¤ GñkEdl )anCUndMNwgtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 250 dEdlenH minRbEkkTTYl karbBa¢Ún .Éksar tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH minRBmTTYlkarbBa¢ÚnedayKμanmUlehtu RtwmRtUv ÉksarenaHGacTukenAkEnøgEdlRtUvbBa¢ÚnenaH)an .kci k© arbBa¢nÚ enH tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH)an .kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvbBa¢ak.GMBI cMNucdUcteTA ³ -97- .karbBa¢ÚnEdlRtUveFVIenAbreTs 1-cMeBaHkarbBa¢ÚnEdlRtUveFVIenAbreTs tulakarRtUvRbKl.as. TIkEnøgGaCIvkmμ b¤ TIsñak. maRta 252>.bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 250 ¬karCUndMNgw GMBkI EnøgbBa¢nÚ CaGaTצ xagelI enH .kic© nig karbBa¢ÚnedayTukecal 1-RbsinebImin)anCYbCnEdlRtUvTTYlkarbBa¢Ún enATIkEnøgEdlRtUvbBa¢Ún eT m®nþTI TYlbnÞkú karbBa¢nÚ GacRbKl.ÉksareTA[GñkbeRmI b¤ GñkepSgEdleFVkI ar enATIenaH b¤ GñkenACamYy Edlmankaryl.las. 2-RbsinebICnEdlRtUvTTYlkarbBa¢Ún b¤ GñkEdlRtUvTTYlkarRbKl. 2-r)aykarN_Edl)ankMNt.kic©karenH[RksYg b¤ sßab½nEdlmansmtßkci é© nRbeTsenaH b¤ ÉkGKÁraCTUt b¤ ParFarI b¤ kugsu‘lrbs. 2-ebIkarbBa¢ÚnenAbreTsRtUv)aneFVIeLIg kñúgnItiviFIEdlecARkmEdlTTYl bBa¢a b¤ ecARkmEdlTTYlkarRbKl. maRta 254>.

-98- . C-ehtukarN_ enAkñgú krNIEdlkarbBa¢nÚ )aneFVtI ambBaØtéiþ nmaRta 252 ¬karbBa¢Únb®gÁb.kic© nig karbBa¢ÚnedayTukecal¦ énRkmenH .¦ énRkmenH enAkñúgkrNICnEdlRtUvTTYlkarbBa¢ÚnenaHminecH GkSr .k-sBaØaNénerOgkþI nig ÉksarEdl)anbBa¢Ún .kic© nig kar bBa¢ÚnedayTukecal¦ énRkmenH . x-CnEdlRtUvTTYlkarbBa¢Ún . q-ehtukarN_EdlminRBmTTYlkarbBa¢nÚ enAkñúgkrNICnEdlRtUvTTYl karbBa¢Ún b¤ GñkEdlRtUvTTYlkarRbKl. K-éf¶ Ex qñaM nig TIkEnøgEdl)aneFVIkarbBa¢Ún . 3-kñúgkrNIEdl)anBüayambBa¢Ún EtminGacseRmc)an m®nþITTYlbnÞúk karbBa¢nÚ RtUveFVIr)aykarN_GBM eI htukarN_enaH nig cMNcu Edl)ankMNt.kartamkfaxNÐTI 3 énmaRta 247 ¬eKalkarN_énkarbBa¢nÚ edaykarRbKl.rbs. g-cMNat.IeFVIkarbBa¢ÚntamkarpSayCasaFarN³ 1-kñgú krNIdcU xageRkamenH RkLabBa¢GI aceFVkI arbBa¢nÚ tamkarpSayCasaFarN³)an tamBaküsMu edayTTYlkarGnuBaØatBItulakar ³ k-eTaHbII)anxMRbwgERbgeFVIkarRsavRCavrklMenAzan b¤ TIsMNak.l½kçx½NÐedIm. x-minGacbBa¢Ún tambBaØtþiénmaRta 252 ¬karbBa¢Únb®gÁb.kic© nig karbBa¢ÚnedayTukecal¦ énRkmenH RbEkkminRBm TTYl . PaKI b¤ kEnøgepSgeTotEdlRtUveFVIkarbBa¢Únk¾eday k¾enAEtrkmineXIj .BcI N M cu k rhUtdl. c-htßelxa b¤ sñamemédrbs.enAkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelI cab.cMNcu X nig cMNcu Q CUneTAtulakar . maRta 255>. Q-htßelxarbs. X-viFIbBa¢Ún .GñkEdl)anTTYlÉksar .ÉksartambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 252 ¬karbBa¢Únb®gÁb.GñkEdl)anRbtibtþikarbBa¢Ún .

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edayviFIRbEhlKña kñúgsMNuMerOg eLIy . kñúgkrNIenH RbsinebImankarTamTarBIsMNak.dMbUgfamankarBak. b¤ ÉksardkRsg.faCaÉksarcmøgyfaPUt ÉksarcmøgEdlmanesckþIbBa¢ak.RtaGMBIcMNucEdlmankMNt.b¤ ÉksardkRsg.karrkSaTuksMNeMu rOg b¤ dl. ehIynig cuHhtßelxa .B½n§nwgplRbeyaCn_kñúgbNþwg tulakar RtUvGnuBaØat[ftcmøgvtßúTaMgenaH .Ecgkargarrbs. 3-karTamTaremIl cmøg ftcmøgnUvsMNeMu rOg minGaceFVI)aneLIy ebIkarenaH eFV[ I man]bsKÁdl. ExS vIedGU b¤ vtßúEdlkt.karcat. -101- . 2-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþ cMeBaHExSGat.énsMNeMu rOg RkLabBa¢RI tUvbBa¢ak.tl u akar .PaKIénbNþwg b¤ ttiyCn EdleFVIesckþIbBa¢ak.

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dIkaseRmccab.BaküsMu[CMnMuCRmHsaCafμIcMeBaHdIkaseRmc 1-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdlGacbþgw ])aRs½yedaybNþgw CMTas. enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH . 4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 nig TI 2 xagelIenH GacbþwgCMTas.enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH Gacbþwg CMTas.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH cUl CasßaBrehIy PaKIminGacdak.epþImeFVIkarCMnMuCRmHsaCafμI .Icab.)an . 3-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt. maRta 315>.karvinicä½y nig seRmcesckþIelIGgÁesckþI 1-tulakarRtUveFVkI arvinci y ½ä nig seRmcesckþIelIGgÁesckþI tamTMhéM n])aRs½y enAkñúgkrNIEdldIkaseRmccab.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RbsinebIyl. 3-elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIdUckfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH tulakarRtUvlubecal nUvsalRkm b¤ saldIka ehIyRtUvseRmcesckþICafμIeTot . 2-kñgú krNIEdlKμanmUlehtuénkarCMnCuM RmHsaCafμI tulakarRtUvRcanecal nUvkarTamTar[CMnMuCRmHsaCafμI edaydIkaseRmc .epþImCMnMuCRmHsaCafμIcUlCasßaBr .BakübNþwgTamTar[CMnMuCRmHsaCafμIeTot eday ykmUlehtudUcKña)aneLIy .karRtUvelIkecalbNþwgenaH edaydIkaseRmc .epþImCMnMuCRmHsaCafμI 1-kñúgkrNIEdlmanmUlehtuénkarCMnMuCRmHsaCafμI tulakarRtUvecjdIka seRmcedIm. 2-tulakarRtUvsYrPaKImaç geTotCamun kñúgkrNIecjdIkaseRmcdUc)ankMNt. 3-RbsinebIdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt. ehIy)ancUl -122- . maRta 316>. eXIjfa salRkm b¤ saldIkaRtwmRtUv tulakarRtUvRcanecalkarTamTar[CMnMu CRmHsaCafμIenaH . 2-kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt. maRta 317>.)an .

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g-ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténkMNt.fa minGnuvtþedaybgçM b¤ dkBaküsMu[GnuvtþedaybgçMenaHvij .cMeBaHdIkaseRmclubecal CaGaTצ énRkmenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdllubecalnUvkarcat. c-ÉksarEdlbBa¢ak. q-ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténesckþIseRmcEdlkMNt.ehtuGMBIkarpSHpSatamnItiviFIénkarseRmc esckþI EdlkMNt.EcgkarGnuvtþ . K-GnusarsalRkmsßaBr b¤ GnusarsaldIkasßaBrEdlRbkasfa kar pSHpSa b¤ karTTYlsÁal.ehtu b¤ ÉksarepSgeTotEdlRkLabBa¢I )aneFVI EdlbBa¢ak. EdlTak.karbgÁab.GBM kI ardak. X-ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténkMNt.RBmBnüar eBlRtUvsg enAeRkayeBllixitGnuvtþRtUv)anbegáIt .fa minGnuBaØat[Gnuvtþ edaybgçM .[p¥akkar GnuvtþedaybgçM nig lubecalkarcat.karbgÁab.mk .bN M l u TTYlsMNg b¤ )anyl. 3-bBaØtþiénmaRta 345 ¬bNþwgCMTas. -151- .GanuPaBedaysar kardkBakübNþwg b¤ mUlehtuepSgeTot .fa lixti GnuvtþEdl)ankMNt.cab.bg.I[rYcputBIkarGnuvtþeday bgçM .R)atiePaK edIm.BcI N M cu x rhUtdl. b:uEnþ cMeBaHkrNIEdl)ankMNt.[p¥akkar GnuvtþedaybgçMmYyry³ .xageRkamenHRtUv)andak.TgnwglixitGnuvtþ KμanGanuPaB . x-ÉksarEdlsresrfa m©as.enAkñúg cMNuc x xageRkam GanuPaBp¥akmanRtwmEt 2 ¬BIr¦ Exb:ueNÑaH ³ k-ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténesckþIseRmcEdlkMNt.Ecgkar GnuvtþtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH . 2-tulakarGnuvtþ b¤ GaCJasala RtUvp¥aknUvkarGnuvtþedaybgçM ebIÉksarEdl )ankMNt.cN M cu g kfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 350 ¬lixitGnuvtþ¦ énRkmenH )at.x-ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténesckþs I eRmcEdlkMNt.

BaküsM¦u esah‘y u eRkABIBn§dak.Bn§cMnYn 10>000 ¬mYymuWn¦ erol eTAtulakar .karGnuvtþ nig karemIlsMNMuerOgénkarGnuvtþ maRta 371>.karGnuvtþ nig esah‘uysRmab.BaküsM¦u énRkmenH esah‘y u EdltulakarTTYlsÁal.BaküsMu 1-kñgú krNIEdldak.InItvi Fi Ikúgñ karGnuvtþedaybgçM .enAkñgú cMNcu nImy Y ² RtUvGnuelameTAtambBaØtkiþ gúñ cMNucnImYy²xageRkamenH ³ k-esah‘y u sRmab. maRta 374>.Bn§ tambBaØtþiEdlkMNt.Bn§dak.BaküsMu m©as. -152- .enAkñúgmaRta 374 ¬esah‘uyPaKI¦ énRkmenH .ntI vi Fi I ³ sMedAeTAelIesah‘y u sRmab.BaküsMu[GnuvtþedaybgçeM TAGaCJasala m©as.epSg .BaküsMu¦ nig esah‘uyPaKIEdl)an kMNt. 2-kñgú krNIEdldak. maRta 372>.nItiviFI Gtßny ½ énBaküEdlkMNt.esah‘uyPaKI eRkABIesah‘uyEdl)ankMNt.kgúñ karbBa¢nÚ Éksar b¤ eFVIskmμPaBepSgeTotedIm. enAkñúgmaRta 373 ¬esah‘uyeRkABIBn§dak.BaküsMu¦ nig maRta 373 ¬esah‘y u eRkABIBn§dak.enAkñúgcMNcu k xagelIenH .Gtßn½yénesah‘uysRmab. enAkñgú maRta 372 ¬Bn§dak.bMNul énkarGnuvtþRtUvbg.nUvcMnYnTwkR)ak.enAkñúgmaRta 372 ¬Bn§dak.plRbeyaCn_rmY kñgú cMeNamesah‘uysRmab.BaküsMEu dl)ankMNt.EpñkTI 7 esah‘uysRmab.BaküsMu[GnuvtþedaybgçeM TAtulakarGnuvtþ m©as.karGnuvtþEdl)ankMNt.esah‘uyeRkABIBn§dak.BaküsMuEdl)ankMNt.bN M l u én karGnuvtþRtUvbg.EdlkMNt.bMNulénkarGnuvtþRtUvbg. maRta 373>. x-esah‘y u sRmab.edaytulakar Ca esah‘y u caM)ac.karGnuvtþ ³ sMedAeTAelIBn§dak.

)an .Idak. 2-ebIGñkdak.BaküsMu[GnuvtþedaybgçeM TAtulakarGnuvtþ GñkEdldak. maRta 377>. -153- .CamunmanPaBxVH ehIytulakarGnuvtþbgÁab. maRta 378>.CamunnUvcMnnY TwkR)ak.IeFVnI tI iviFéI nkarGnuvtþedaybgçM .TukfaCaesah‘uyPaKI .karemIlsMNMuerOgénerOgkþIGnuvtþedaybgçM CaGaT× 1-CnEdl)aneFVIesckþIbBa¢ak. 2-kñúgkrNIEdlGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHsiT§ielIbMNulEdlmaneKalbMNg sgCaR)ak.esah‘uyCamun 1-enAeBlEdldak.kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ . maRta 375>.[dak.[ bg.R)atiePaKtambBaØtéiþ nKnßeI nH PaKIRtUveFVItamviFIepJIR)ak.manlixitGnuvtþeT .faCaesah‘y u caM)ac.karbg.edIm.bnÞúkénesah‘uysRmab. esah‘uysRmab. b¤ ]bkrN_ GacCYjdUr)an EdltulakarTTYlsÁal.B½n§nwgplRbeyaCn_ cMeBaH karGnuvtþedaybgçEM dleFVIeLIgedaytulakarGnuvtþ GacTamTaremIlsMNeuM rOg ft cmøgsMNMuerOg [RbKl.BaküsMumin)anbg.karGnuvtþ GacRbmUlykRBmKñakñúgnItiviFIénkarGnuvtþ )an edayBMucaM)ac. R)atiePaKenaH b¤ tulakarGnuvtþ .fasmrmü eTAtulakarEdlbgÁab.ÉksarcmøgyfaPUt ÉksarcmøgEdlmanesckþIbBa¢ak. maRta 376>.karGnuvtþ 1-esah‘uysRmab.dMbUgGMBIkarBak. bBaØteiþ nHRtUvykmkGnuvtþdcU KñapgEdr cMeBaH krNIEdlesah‘uyEdlRtUv)anbg.EdltulakarGnuvtþkN M t. edIm. BaküsMRu tUvbg.IeFVIkarGnuvtþedaybgçM RtUvcat.kardak.karGnuvtþ CabnÞúkrbs.facaM)ac. 3-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcelIkecalBaküsMutambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH GacbþwgCMTas.esah‘uyCamuneT tulakarGnuvtþGacelIkecal BaküsMu[GnuvtþedaybgçM b¤ GaclubecalnItiviFIénkarGnuvtþedaybgçMenaH)an .R)atiePaK edIm.CamunnUvesah‘uyEdlxVHenaH .

esøókBak. b¤ ÉksardkRsg.sRmab. 2-CnEdl)aneFVIesckþIbBa¢ak.kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ nig jatiEdlrs. maRta 380>.énsMNMuerOg b¤ GacTamTar[RbKl.B½n§nwgplRbeyaCn_ cMeBaH karGnuvtþedaybgçMEdleFVIeLIgedayGaCJasala GacTamTaremIlsMNMuerOg ft cmøgsMNMuerOg [RbKl.dUcxageRkamenH minGacRtUvrwbGUs)aneT ³ k-Rbdab.ÉksarcmøgyfaPUt ÉksarcmøgEdlmanesckþIbBa¢ak.ab.sRmab. Rbdab.lixitbBa¢ak.enACamYykUnbMNl u énkarGnuvtþ ehIymanCIvPaBrYmKña . rbs.dMbUgGMBIkarBak.EdlFøak.epSg .énsMNMuerOg b¤ GacTamTar[RbKl.eTAelIkUn bMNulénkarGnuvtþ elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdlmanbBaØtþiBiessenAkñúgRkmenH b¤ c.Bn§ .knU bMNulénkarGnuvtþ nig jatiEdlrs.enACamYy kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ ehIymanCIvPaBrYmKña .clnvtßúEdlhamXat.edIm.eKalkarN_ karrwbGUs GaceFVI)ancMeBaHrUbRTBü b¤ GrUbRTBüTaMgGs. x-eRKOgbriePaK nig Thnvtßú EdlRtUvkarcaM)ac.GMBIcMNucEdl Bak.tþiEdlGacrwbGUs)an maRta 379>. -154- .B½n§nwgerOgkþIenaH BItulakar)an edaybg.sRmab. EpñkTI 1 RTBüsm.Bn§ .daMsø nig Rbdab.IciBa©mw CIvti kñgú GMLgú eBl 2 ¬BIr¦ Ex rbs.b¤ ÉksardkRsg.B½n§nwgerOgkþIenaH BIGaCJasala)an edaybg.biTXaMgbnÞb. CMBUkTI 2 karGnuvtþedaybgçM cMeBaHsiT§iTamTarEdlmaneKalbMNg[sgCaR)ak.min[rwbGUs clnvtßúEdl)ankMNt.dMeNk tu TU Rbdab.lixitbBa¢ak.GMBIcMNucEdl Bak.

kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ .tci Cag b¤ esμInwg 1>000>000 ¬mYylan¦ erol eRkABIR)ak.kr kmμkr nig GñkepSgeTotEdlRbkbrbrviC¢aCIv³ b¤ saCIvkmμ edayeRbIkmøagM R)aC£a kmøagM kay . q-]bkrN_ nig vtßeú pSg²EdlcaM)ac.sRmab.rMepSgeTot rbs. Edl)ankMNt.kUnbMNulénkar Gnuvtþ b¤ rbs. b¤ CYlvij Gac rwbGUsyk)an . c-mg sMNaj. C-RBHBuTr§ Ub k. Q-BgSavlI kMNt.kargarksikmμrbs.BUC b¤ ksiplEdlmanRbePTdUcKña EdlRtUvkar caM)ac. d-Éksar nig ]bkrN_ EdlcaM)ac.ÜnrIt×sasna nig vtßeú pSg²EdlcaM)ac.enAkñúgcMNuc K xagelIenH .CnenaH . g-]bkrN_ CI stVBahn³EdlCacaM)ac.ksikrkñgú karRbkb rbrksikmμ .sRmab.K-rbb]btßmCÖ vI PaB rbb]btßmEÖ pñkGb.sRmab.enACamYykUnbMNul énkarGnuvtþ ehIymanCIvPaBrYmKña . X-EpñkR)ak.IkarBardl.)anpSayCasaFarN³ . -155- .GñkRbkb rbrensaT .CIvPaBrbs.sRmab.kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ . b¤ ensaTubkrN_epSg²caM)ac.kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ nig jatiEdlrs. cMNI nig kUnRtI b¤ Clpl RbePTdUcKña EdlRtUvkarcaM)ac. j-eRKOg\sSriyys nig b½NÑsresIrepSgeTotrbs. z-vtßúEdlTak.rM rbb]btßms Ö xu PaB nig R)ak.jatirbs. b¤ vtßú]btßmÖepSgeTotEdlpþl.rdUv)anplbnÞab.kñúgkarsikSa enAsala b¤ enAsßab½n Gb.BIrdæ b¤ BIGaCJaFrEdndI edIm.Tgnwgtkákmμ b¤ sñaédniBn§ EdlminTan.rkClpl b¤ ciBa©wmClplrbs. b:uEnþ ebICavtßúEdlGñkenaHman kñúgeKalbMNgsRmab.BFi Ikgúñ sasna . rbs.rbs.RbcaMéf¶ bBa¢IRbkbmuxrbr nig ÉksarRbePTdUcKña EdlcaM)ac.bnþkargarksikmμrhUtdl.sRmab.lk.Gkñ bec©keTs sib.xøÜn nig cMNs I tVTaMgenH RBmTaMgRKab.

min[rwbGUs 1-saladMbgU EdlGaCJasalasßti enA GacbgÁab.D-Gvyv³sib.nimitþ srIragÁsib.)an .R)atiePaK)an rhUtdl. b¤ mYyEpñknUvkarrwbGUstambBaØtþién kfaxNÐTI 1 dEdlenH tamBaküsMu)an .enAkñgú cMNcu nImy Y ²énmaRta 380 ¬clnvtßEú dlhamXat.rbs. 2-RbsinebIsßanPaBmankarpøas.nimitþepSgeTot nig ]bkrN_CMnYyxøÜn R)aNepSgeTot EdlcaM)ac.[lubecalTaMgGs. maRta 381>.ePøIg ]bkrN_CenøosxøÜneBlmanGasnñ b¤ ]bkrN_epSgeTot sRmab.[lubecalTaMgGs. b¤ mYy EpñknUvkarrwbGUsEdleFVIeLIgedayGaCJasala b¤ GacGnuBaØat[rwbGUsnUvclnvtßú Edl)ankMNt.GaKar b¤ sMNg.enACa mYykUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ ehIymanCIvPaBrYmKña RBmTaMgvtßúepSg²sRmab.kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ nig jatiEdlrs. b¤ bTdæanKtiyutþ epSg²tRmUv[manbrikçar edIm. [p¥akkarGnuvtþedaybgçMenaH eday[dak.knU bMNl u énkarGnuvtþ nig m©as.R)atiePaK b¤ min[dak.bMNulénkarGnuvtþ tamBaküsMu)an .karbþÚrTMhMénclnvtßúEdlhamXat. 3-RbsinebImanBaküsM[ u ecjdIkaseRmclubecalnUvkarrwbGUstambBaØtiþ énkfaxNÐTI 1 b¤ TI 2 xagelIenH saladMbUgEdlGaCJasalasßitenA GacbgÁab.ab.enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 b¤ kfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH nig cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[rwbGUs tambBaØtþiTaMg LayxagelIenH GacbþwgCMTas.enACamYykUnbMNulénkar Gnuvtþ ehIymanCIvPaBrYmKña .mni [rwbGUs¦ énRkmenH edayBicarNaeTAelICvI PaB nig sßanPaBepSg²rbs.Ibgáarmhnþray b¤ karBarsnþisux .EfTaM GñkCm¶W EdlCakUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ nig jatiEdlrs. 4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcelIkecalBaküsMuEdl)ankMNt. Z-m:asIun b¤ ]bkrN_Bnøt.epSgeTot Edlc.dIkaseRmcenaHmanGanuPaB .brÚþ saladMbgU EdlGaCJasalasßti enA Gac GnuBaØat[rwbGUsclnvtßEú dlRtUv)anlubecalkarrwbGUs tambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH b¤ GacbgÁab. -156- .

2 PaK 3 ¬BIrPaKbI¦ énEpñkenHeT . lIsBI 200>000 ¬BIrEsn¦ erol eTA 600>000 ¬R)aMmYy Esn¦ erol kñúgmYyExenaH BMuGacrwbGUselIscMnYnTwkR)ak.dUcxageRkam enH ³ k-EpñkticCag b¤ esμInwg 200>000 ¬BIrEsn¦ erol kñúgmYyExenaH BMuGac rwbGUs)aneT . lIsBI 2>000>000 ¬BIrlan¦ erol eTA 4>000>000 ¬bYn lan¦ erol kñúgmYyExenaH BMuGacrwbGUselIscMnYnTwkR)ak.]btßmCÖ vI PaB R)ak. c-EpñkelIsBI 6>000>000 ¬R)aMmYylan¦ erol kñúgmYyEx GacrwbGUs yk)anTaMgGs. 2-cMeBaHsiTei§ lIbMNl u cMeBaHR)ak.siT§ielIbMNulEdlhamXat. X-EpñkkñúgxÞge.maRta 382>.elIsBI 4>000>000 ¬bYnlan¦ erol eTA 6>000>000 ¬R)aM mYylan¦ erol kñgú mYyExenaH BMGu acrwbGUselIscMnnY TwkR)ak. K-EpñkkñúgxÞg.eRkayBI)ankat. g-EpñkkñúgxÞg.sl. 1 PaK 3 ¬mYyPaK bI¦ énEpñkenHeT .ebovtS epSgeTot GacrwbGUs)an cMeBaHR)ak.RtUvsgenaHluHRtaEtRsbtamcMNucnImYy²EdlkMNt.]btßmEÖ pñksikSa R)ak.kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ BMuGacrwbGUs)aneLIy .Fanara:b. 1 PaK 4 ¬mYyPaK bYn¦ énEpñkenHeT .min[rwbGUs 1-ebovtS R)ak.QñÜl nig siT§ielIbMNulEdlmanlkçN³dUcR)ak. . ]btßmÖsuxPaB nig siT§ielIbMNulepSgeTotEdlmaneKalbMNgkarBarCIvPaB rbs.nvU Bn§Gakr nig R)ak.elIsBI 600>000 ¬R)aMmYyEsn¦ erol eTA 2>000>000 ¬BIrlan¦ erol kñúgmYyExenaH BMuGacrwbGUselIscMnYnTwkR)ak. x-Epñkkñgú xÞge. 1 PaK 2 ¬mYyPaK BIr¦ énEpñkenHeT .rgsgÁmkic© BIcMnYnTwkR)ak.EdlkUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþRtUvTTYlsMNg enA eBlkMNt. -157- .

bþÚrTMhMénsiT§ielIbMNulEdlhamXat.epþImGnuvtþcMeBaHclnvtßú 1-BaküsMuGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHclnvtßú RtUveFVIeTAGaCJasalaénsaladMbUg Edlmansmtßkic©elITIkEnøg EdlvtßúEdlCakmμvtßúénkarGnuvtþedaybgçMsßitenA .karpøas.R)atiePaK b¤ min[dak.min[rwbGUs 1-tulakarénkarGnuvtþGaclubecaldIkaseRmcrwbGUsTaMgGs. b¤ pþl.karrwbGUstambBaØtþiénmaRta 382 ¬siT§ielIbMNulEdlhamXat.BaküsuM[GnuvtþedaybgçM¦ énRkmenH -158- .enAkñúg kfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 402 ¬Gtßn½yénkarGnuvtþcMeBaHsiT§ielIbMNul nig tulakar Gnuvtþ¦ énRkmenH min[bg.kUnbMNul énkarGnuvtþ nig m©as. b¤ mYyEpñktambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐ dEdlenH tamBaküsMu)an .maRta 383>.enA kñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 349 ¬rebobdak.dIkaseRmcenaHmanGanuPaB .kUnbMNulTI 3 Edl)ankMNt. b¤ mYyEpñkEdlRtUv)anham Xat. 2-RbsinebIsßanPaBmankarpøas. 3-RbsinebImanBaküsMEu dl)ankMNt. 2-enAkñúgBaküsuM[GnuvtþcMeBaHclnvtßú eRkABIcMNucnImYy²EdlkMNt.min[rwb GUs¦ énRkmenH edayBicarNaeTAelICIvPaB nig sßanPaBepSg²rbs.hamXat. EpñkTI 2 karGnuvtþcMeBaHclnvtßú maRta 384>-karcab.bMNulénkarGnuvtþ tamBaküsMu)an . 4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcelIkecalBaküsMu[lubecaldIkaseRmcrwbGUs tam bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 b¤ kfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH GacbþwgCMTas.)an .tavkalikepSgeTot eday[dak.bþÚr tulakarénkarGnuvtþGacrwbGUssiT§ielI bMNul EdlRtUv)anlubecaldIkaseRmcrwbGUsenaHtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xag elI b¤ GaclubecalnUvdIkaseRmcrwbGUsTaMgGs. b¤ mYyEpñk b¤ GacecjdIkaseRmcrwbGUssiT§ielIbMNulTaMgGs.R)atiePaK)an rhUtdl.enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 b¤ TI 2 xagelIenH tulakarénkarGnuvtþ GacbgÁab.

kab.edaykUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ 1-cMeBaHkarrwbGUsclnvtßúEdlkan.karrwbGUsclnvtßúEdlkan.enArbs.edIm.epSgeTot)an .IebIkTVarEdlbiT TUEdk nig RbGb.kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ kñúgl½kçx½NÐBMueFVI[mankarxUcxat dl. 4-clnvtßúEdl)ankMNt.karGnuvtþ edIm.kab. 6-kñúgkarGnuvtþcMeBaHclnvtßú GaCJasalaGacTTYlsMNgénbMNul nig sMNgesah‘uysRmab. 3-eBleFVkI areRCIserIsclnvtßEú dlRtUvrwbGUs GaCJasalaRtUvKitBicarNa dl.enAkñúgGMLúgeBl 1 ¬mYy¦ Ex .bMNulénkarGnuvtþ .etOn[kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþenaHsgbMNuledaysμR½Kcitþ enAmun eBlcab.kab.as.RtUvsresrGMBITIkEnøgEdlclnvtßúEdlRtUvrwbGUsenaH sßitenA .sBaØa -159- .Im©as. kñúgkrNIenH ebImanPaBcaM)ac.plRbeyaCn_rbs.epþImedaykarrwbGUsvtßúEdl CakmμvtßúedayGaCJasala . 5-RbsinebI)anCYbRbTHkUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþenAkEnøgEdlRtUvrwbGUs GaCJa salaRtUvdas.eXIjfasmrmü GaCJasalaGac[kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ EfrkSa RKb. maRta 385>.bMEbkBIdIenAeLIy ehIyGacnwgTTYlpl)anya:gc.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH GaCJa salaGaccUleTAkñúgTIkEnøgrs.kñúgKnßIenH manrYmbBa©ÚlTaMgplFmμCatiEdlmin Tan.RKgnUvclnvtßúEdlRtUv)anrwbGUs . GaCJasalaGaceFVIkarcat. enAkñúgkrNIenH karrwbGUsenaH manGanuPaB luHRtaEtclnvtßúEdl)anrwbGUsenaH RtUv)anbiTsøak b¤ dak.epþImrwbGUs . 2-enAeBleFVkI arrwbGUsEdl)ankMNt. 4-RbsinebIyl.kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ b¤ kEnøgepSgeTot EdlkUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþenaHkan.plRbeyaCn_rbs.bMNulénkarGnuvtþ)an . EcgcaM)ac. ehIyGaceFVIkarEqkeqrrkclnvtßúEdl GacrwbGUsenaH)an .clnvtßúenaH . 3-karGnuvtþedaybgçcM eM BaHclnvtßú nwgRtUvcab.m©as.kab.edaykUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ GaCJa salaRtUveFVIedaykan.

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kfaPaKTI 2 l½kçx½NÐénkarlk.TMngénkarkan.EcgcaM)ac.seRmcEdleyagtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tamBaküsuM)an .GaCJasala CaGaTצ énRkmenH GñkvaytémøRtUv TTYlkarGnuBaØatBItulakarGnuvtþ .nñÉeTot . 4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMuEdl)ankMNt.[vaytémøGclnvtßú edayEp¥kelIkarRsavRCavGMBIsNæanénGclnvtßú TMnak.BaküsMu b¤ karGnuvtþdIkaseRmcEdleyagtam bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvcat. 6-esah‘uycaM)ac.TukCaesah‘uysRmab.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 b¤ TI 3 xagelIenH GacbþwgCMTas.Ivaytémø GñkvaytémøGaccUleTAkan. 5-dIkaseRmcEdleyagtambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH eTaHCaenAmun eBlEdlRtUv)anbBa¢ÚneTAPaKImçageTotk¾eday k¾GacGnuvtþ)anEdr . GaCJasalaEdlGñkvaytémø)ansMuCaCMnYy tambBaØtþi énkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 338 ¬karFanakñúgkarbMeBjmuxnaTIrbs. maRta 430>.edIm.kab.Gclnvtßú edayeyagtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelI enH . 3-enAeBlRsavRCavedIm. nig sßanPaBbc©úb.edaybgçMcMeBaHGclnvtßúenaH .GaCJasala CaGaTצ énRkmenH GaceFVIkarcat.plRbeyaCn_rYm kñúgnItiviFIénkarlk. 4-ebImanPaBcaM)ac.IIsMuCMnYyBIGaCJasalaeyagtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 338 ¬karFanakñúgkarbMeBjmuxnaTIrbs.GclnvtßúenaH)an .)an . -183- . 2-edIm.karvaytémø 1-tulakarGnuvtþRtUveRCIstaMgGñkvaytémø nig bgÁab.kab.Gclnvtßú b¤ GacsYrsMNYr b¤ TamTar[bgðajÉksar cMeBaHkUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ b¤ ttiyCn Edlkan.IebIkTVarEdlbiT)an enAkñúgkrNI EdlGñkvaytémøcl U eTAkan.sRmab.

bMNulénkarGnuvtþ)an RtUvbnþGtßiPaBenAeRkaykarlk.edaysarkarlk.dIkaseRmckMNt.nñénGclnvtßú nig karvaytémøGclnvtßúenaH .brmaRtUv)ankMNt.brma CaGaT× 1-tulakarGnuvtþRtUvkMNt.karlk. ebIbuKÁlEdlBak. eTaHbICaGclnvtßúnImYy²enaHmanm©as.srub ebIyl. 2-ebIyl.eXIjfacaM)ac. tulakarGnuvtþGacpøas.eRkaykarlk.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelI enH RtUvrlt.eXIjfaCakarsmrmükñúgkar[GñkTijNamYy TijsrubEtmþgnUvGclnvtßú CamYynwgGclnvtßúepSgeTot edayeyagtamTMnak.nigGaRs½ypl nig siT§iCYlEdlmanelIGclnvtßú cMeBaHsiT§iEdlGacttaMgnwgkarrwbGUseday m©as. maRta 431>.B½n§nwgGclnvtßú nig karGnuvtþkarcat. .bg. . .B½n§nwg plRbeyaCn_)anraykarN_fa karRBmeRBogEdlpÞúynwgbBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 nig TI 2 xagelIenH RtUv)aneFVIeLIg karERbRbYlénsiT§ielIGclnvtßú edaykarlk.brma edayEp¥kelIkarvaytémørbs.brma)an . RtUv GaRs½ytamkarRBmeRBogenaH .EcgCabeNþaHGasnñEdlBMGu acttaMgnwgm©as. GanuPaB edaysarkarlk. maRta 433>.bMNulénkarGnuvtþepSgKña b¤ kUnbMNul -184- .brÚþ témølk. 3-karrwbGUs karGnuvtþkarrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ EdlBak. 2-siT§ielIGclnvtßú eRkABIsiT§iEdl)ankMNt. 4-muneBlEdltémølk.5-GñkvaytémøRtUvdak.Gb.siT§iEdlnwgbnþGtßiPaB nig siT§iEdlRtUvrlt. Gñkvaytémø .Gb.CUntulakarGnuvtþCalayl½kçN_GkSr nUvlT§plén karRsavRCavGMBIsßanPaBbc©úb.bN M ulén karGnuvtþ b¤ m©as.bMNulEdl)aneFVIkarrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ RtUv)at.témølk.Gb. 1-kñúgcMeNamsiT§iR)atiePaKRbtükS siT§iRbtükSeRbIR)as.témølk. maRta 432>.TMngKñakñúgkareRbIR)as.Gb.

m©as.¦ énRkmenH nig karGnuvtþkarcat. Edl)ankMNt.epþmI karlk. -185- .enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 3 énmaRta 430 ¬kar vaytémø¦ énRkmenH .ÉksarlMGitGMBIvtßú 1-tulakarGnuvtþRtUveFVIÉksarlMGti GMBvI tßú ehIyRtUvTukÉksarcmøgénÉksarlMGitGMBIvtßúenaH enAtulakarGnuvtþ CamYyKñanwgÉksarcmøgénr)aykarN_ vaytémø edIm. x-siTei§ lIGclnvtßúEdlnwgbnþGtßPi aBeRkaykarlk.eRkaykar lk. bMNulénkarGnuvtþnImYy² nig esah‘uysRmab.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ Edlmin)at. . ebImanPaBcaM)ac.GclnvtßúTaMgenaH srubEtmþg)an . maRta 434>.[saFarNCnemIl .énkarGnuvtþepSgKñak¾eday k¾tulakarGnuvtþGackMNt.EcgcaM)ac.[GaCJasalaRsavRCavGMBI sßanPaBbc©úb. tambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 431 ¬siT§iEdlnwgbnþGtßiPaB nig siT§iEdlRtUvrlt. ÉksarlMGti GMBvI tßú RtUvsresrcMNcu dUc xageRkamenH ³ k-sBaØaNénGclnvtßú .RBmBIknU bMNl u énkarGnuvtþ . GaCJasalaGaceFVIkarcat. GclnvtßúNamYykñúgtémølk.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH GaCJasalamansiT§iGMNacdUcnwg siTGi§ N M acrbs. edIm.karlk.)an edaykarlk. b:uEnþ kñúgkrNIEdlmanlT§PaBGacsgsiT§ielIbMNulrbs.nñénGclnvtßú tamkarbgÁab.srubEtmþg)an luHRtaEtmankaryl. 2-ebIyl.karlk. 3-enAeBleFVIkarRsavRCavGMBIsßanPaBbc©úb. rcnasm<½n§énGaKarebImanGaKar b¤ ebIkmμvtßúénkarGnuvtþKWCaGaKar CaGaT× ehIy raykarN_lT§plénkarRsavRCavenaHCalayl½kçN_GkSr .edaybgçRM tUv)anseRmc tamBaküsMuEtmYyenaH tulakarGnuvtþGac kMNt.kab.bg.GanuPaBedaykarlk.Gb.enA kñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarGnuvtþGacbgÁab.eXIjfacaM)ac.Ipl þ .IeFVIÉksarlMGitGMBIvtßú Edl)ankMNt.Gkñ vaytémøEdl)ankMNt.karGnuvtþTaMgGs.brma kñgú cMeNamGclnvtßeú RcIn EdldIkaseRmc cab.nñénGclnvtßú dUcCasNæanénGclnvtßú sßanPaBénkarkan.

x-kardak.R)ak.bMNulénkarGnuvtþ .viFankarkñúgkrNIEdlmankar)armÖfaKμansMNl.Gb. maRta 435>. .témøesñs I eMu naH . nItiviFI . bmaNénesah‘uysRmab.viFIlk.enAkñúgcMNucnImYy²xageRkamenH ³ k-sMeNIfa xøÜnnwgTijGclnvtßúkñúgtémøesñIsuM kñúgkrNIEdlKμansMeNI Tijkñgú témøEdleLIgdl.edaybgçM EdlTak.ma© s.LayLúgedayeRsamsMbuRt b¤ edaypÞal. Etkñgú krNIEdlBMGu aclk.mat.FanaEdlesμInwgtémøesñIsuMEdl)ankMNt.eXIjfa témølk. buE: nþ sMeNIenaH RtUveFVeI LIgkñgú GMLgú eBl 1 ¬mYy¦ s)aþh_ Kitcab.Tgnwg BaküsMru bs. .bN M l u énkarGnuvtþ ebIma© s.mat.mat.IebIkTVarEdlbiT)an .tamviFIlk. 2-tulakarGnuvtþGackMNt.mat. 1-RbsinebIyl. maRta 436>.nItiviFIehIy KμanlT§PaBsl. 2-tulakarGnuvtþRtUvlubecalnUvnItiviFIénkarlk.tamviFl I k. epSgBIvFi l I k. kfaPaKTI 3 viFIlk.edIm. 3-RbsinebIlk.bN M l u énkarGnuvtþ min)aneFVIskmμPaB Edl)ankMNt.LayLúgedayeRsamsMbuRt b¤ edaypÞal. CaGaT× 1-karlk.viFl I k.brmaénGclnvtßú eRkayBI)ansg esah‘uysRmab.LayLúgedayeRsamsMbRu t b¤ edaypÞal.eTenaH tulakarGnuvtþRtUvCUndMNwg GMBIkarN_enaHeTA[m©as.Gclnvtßú RtUvGnuvtþtamviFIlk.BéI f¶Edl)anTTYldMNwgEdleyagtambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐ TI 1 xagelIenH ehIytémøesñs I MuenaH RtUvelIsBItémø)a:nR. -186- .LayLúgedayeRsamsMbRu t b¤ edaypÞal.enAkñúgcMNuc k xagelIenH .

eRkayeBl)ankMNt.¦ éntémølk. b:uEnþ ebIyl.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH RkLabBa¢IRtUv pSayCasaFarN³nUvsBaØaNénGclnvtßEú dlRtUvlk. témølk.)anbBa©b.GñkesñIsuMTijkñúgtémøGtibrma CaGaT× 1-ebIkarlk.FanaEdl)andak.cMnYnénR)ak. 2-RbsinebImansMeNITj i BIbuKl Á eRkABIGkñ esñs I TuM ijkñgú témøGtibrma tulakar GnuvtþRtUvsgPøamnUvR)ak.FanaEdlmancMnnY esμInwgcMnYn 1 PaK 10 ¬mYyPaKdb.brma RBmTaMg kalbriecäT nig TIkEnøglk. . GaCJa salaRtUvRbkaskarbBa©b.EdleFVIeLIg edayEp¥kelIbBaØtþiénmaRta 436 ¬viFIlk.GñkTij nig éfølk. maRta 439>.Fana elIsBIcMnYnenH)an .eXIj fasmrmü tulakarGnuvtþGackMNt.brma .karFanaelIsMeNITij 1-CnEdlbRmugnwgeFVs I eM NITj i Gclnvtßú RtUvdak.Fñab.tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH eRkayeBlbBa©b. ehIyRtUv[GaCJasalaGnuvtþkarlk. 4-kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.karkMNt. maRta 437>.mat. maRta 438>.enaH .LayLúgedayeRsamsMbuRt b¤ edaypÞal.LayLúgenaH .enAkEnøglk.kalbriecäTénkarlk.tulakarGnuvtþRtUvkMNt.¦ énRkmenH RtUv ykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdl)ankMNt.Gb.karhamXat. 2-ebIGñkedjéføedayeRsamsMbuRt Edl)aneFVIsMeNITijkñúgtémøGtibrma -187- .karlk. CaGaTצ énRkmenH . 5-bBaØtþiénmaRta 396 ¬karrkSasNþab.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 3 xag elIenH .mat.R)ak.min[kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþeFVIsMeNITij kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþBMuGaceFVIsMeNITij)aneLIy .Gb.LayLúgedayeRsamsMbuRt b¤ edaypÞal.GñkesñIsuMTij kñúgtémøGtibrma nig )anRbkas nUvnam b¤ namkrN_rbs.kalbriecäT nig TIkEnøglk.

enAkEnøglk.GñkesñIsuMTijkñúgtémøGtibrma . . tula-188- . ehIyRtUv RbkasGMBIkarGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk.LayLúgEdl )ankMNt. 1-tulakarGnuvtþRtUvebIkkalbriecäTedIm.mat.¦ énRkmenH .ehIy GaCJasalaRtUveFVIkMNt.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH minedjéfø mþgeToteT Gñkesñs I TMu j i kñgú témøGtibrma RtUv)ankMNt. c-mUlehtu nig viFankarEdl)ancat. g-ehtukarN_enaH nig sßanPaB ebIminGackMNt.ehtuénkarlk.LayLúgedayeRsamsMbuRt b¤ edaypÞal.ehtuénkarlk. 2-enAeBlEdl)ankMNt.LayLúgedayeRsamsMbuRt b¤ edaypÞal.mat. X-témøTijrbs. mat. GaCJasalaRtUvkMNt. enAkñúgkarlk.GñkesñIsuMTijkñúgtémøGtibrma eday[GñkTaMg enaHedjéføedayeRsamsMbuRtmþgeTot . EdlsresrnUvcMNucdUcxageRkam ehIyRtUvdak. K-sBaØaNrbs.mat.IecjdIkaseRmckarlk. bBaØtþi enH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdlGñkedjéføedayeRsamsMbuRt Edl)aneFVIsMeNITijkñúgtémøGtibrma maneRcInnak.kalbriecäTedIm. . 4-ebI)anGnuvtþkarlk.viFankarEdl)an kMNt. 5-GaCJasalaRtUv[Gñkesñs I TMu j i kñgú témøGtibrma b¤ GñktMNag cuHhtßelxa elIkMNt. maRta 440>.LayLúgedayeRsamsMbRu t b¤ edaypÞal. kñúgkrNIenH GñkedjéføminGacedjéfø edaytémøticCagtémøEdlxøÜnedjmun)aneLIy . . 3-ebIGñkedjéføEdl)ankMNt.IecjdIkaseRmckarlk.kalbriecäTedIm.maneRcInnak.enAkñúgmaRta 396 ¬karrkSasNþab.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 enaH .edaykarcab.eTAtulakarGnuvtþPøam ³ k-sBaØaNénGclnvtßú .eqñat .LayLúgedayeRsamsMbuRt b¤ edaypÞal.GñkesñIsuMTijkñúgtémø Gtibrma .eFVI ebI)ancat.Fñab.IecjdIkaseRmckarlk.GñkesñIsuMTijkñúgtémøGtibrma nig GñktMNag . x-kalbriecäTénkarlk.

enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xageRkamenH tulakarGnuvtþRtUvecjdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.bMNulnImYy² nig esah‘uysRmab.enaH RtUv)an)a:n.)an . r¶ enAkñgú nItvi Fi éI ndIkaseRmckMNt.edaybgçM .viFankarkñúgkrNIlk.témølk. x-GñkesñIsMuTijkñúgtémøGtibrma BMumanlkçNsm.GMBIkarGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk. EdleyagtambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐ TI 1 maRta 445 ¬karesñIsMukMu[GnuBaØatkarlk.Bn½ n§ gw plRbeyaCn_ . 1-elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.epþIm b¤ bnþnItiviFIénkarlk.enAkñgú cMNcu nImy Y ² énkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 442 ¬karGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk.karGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk.GBM eI htuEdl)ankMNt.Gclnvtßú GacEføgeyabl.IecjdIkaseRmckar lk. X-mankMhs u F¶nF.karGnuvtþTaMgGs.fa man ehtuNamYydUckMNt. -189- . CaGaT× kñúgkrNIEdlGclnvtßú RtUv)anxUcxat¦ énRkmenH .GñkesñIsuMTijkñúgtémøGtibrma BMumansiT§ienaH .Gb.xnÜø enAkñgú kalbriecäTedIm.hYskRmit 1-kñúgkrNIEdl)anlk. K-manesckþeI sñs I Mku [ uM GnuBaØatkarlk.I TijGclnvtßú b¤ GñktMNagrbs. maRta 441>. .m©as.¦ énRkmenH Edl bNþal[man\T§Bi ldl. 2-tulakarGnuvtþRtUvecjdIkaseRmcminGnuBaØat[lk.karEføgeyabl.RbmaNeXIjfa Gac sgsiT§ielIbMNulrbs.kñúgcMNucxageRkamenH ³ k-minRtUvcab.B½n§nwgplRbeyaCn_ cMeBaHkarGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk. . maRta 442>. maRta 443>. ebITTYlsÁal.brma .tþi b¤ smtßPaBedIm.F¶renAkñúgnItiviFIénkarlk.sTi i§rbs.GclnvtßúeRcIn ebItémøesñIsMuTijénGclnvtßúNa mYy b¤ eRcIn kñúgcMeNamGclnvtßúTaMgGs. buKÁlEdlmankarBak. g-mankMhusF¶n.karGnuvtþRtUvCUndMNwgGMBkI albriecäTenaH eTACnEdlBak.

F¶renAkñúgnItiviFIéndIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.m©as. kñgú cMNcu nImy Y ²énkfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 442 ¬karGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk.rbs.bMNulnImYy² nig esah‘uysRmab. 3-Gñkesñs I TuM j i kñgú témøGtibrmaénGclnvtßEú dldIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.kUnbMNulénkar GnuvtþCamun GMBIGclnvtßúEdlRtUvGnuBaØat[lk.xøÜn .ma© s.bNþwgCMTas.B½n§nwgpl RbeyaCn_ GacbþwgCMTas.)an b¤ ebIsmaeyaKénGclnvtßúmaneRcInEdlRtUv)an)a:n.cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.bNþwgCMTas. 4-dIkaseRmcGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk.enaH mkeFVICa mUlehtu .)antulakarGnuvtþRtUvbRmugTuknUvdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.edaybgçM EdlTak.bN M l u nImy Y ² nig esah‘uy sRmab. tulakarénbNþgw CMTas.RbmaNfa témøesñIsuMTijénGclnvtßúnImYy²enaH Gacsg siT§ielIbMNulrbs.siT§irbs. 4-ebIéfølk. 2-kñgú krNIEdl)ankMNt.enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH ebImanGclnvtßú eRcInEdlRtUv)an)a:n.karGnuvtþTaMgGs.RtUv)anbg.)an luHRtaEtkñúgkrNIEdldIkaseRmcenaHbNþal[ manxUcxatdl. RtUvykehtudUc)ankMNt. 2-bNþwgCMTas. 3-ebITTYlsÁal.TgnwgGclnvtßú Edl)ankMNt. 1-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk. CnEdlBak.facaM)ac.¦ énRkmenH b¤ kMhusF¶n.karGnuvtþTaMgGs. RtUv)anbRmugTuk edayeyagtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH Gaclubecal sMeNITijenaH edayCUndMNwgeTAtulakarGnuvtþ)an . tulakarGnuvtþRtUvlubecalnUvnItiviFIénkarlk.RbmaNfa témøesñIsuMTijén smaeyaKnImy Y ²enaH GacsgsiTei§ lIbN M l u rbs. GackMNt.PaKImçageTot énm©as.cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk.Gclnvtßeú pSgeTot .)an tulakarGnuvtþRtUvsYreyabl.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH . .enH BuMmanGanuPaBeLIy ebImin -190- . maRta 444>.)an .cMeBaHGclnvtßúEdlmandIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.

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sBa¢atinava CaGaT× sMedAeTAelI ÉksarEdlbBa¢ak.Gtßn½yénnava CaGaT× 1-enAkñúgKnßITI 6 enH nig KnßITI 7 nava sMedAeTAelIClyanEdlmancMNuH srubCaetanesμInwg nig elIsBI 20 ¬émÖ¦ etan eTaHCamin)ancuHbBa¢IenARBHraCaNacRkkm<Cú ak¾eday nig ClyanEdlmancMNuHsrubCaetan eRkam 20 ¬émÖ¦ etan ehIyEdl)ancuHbBa¢IenARBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa .EpñkTI 5 karGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHnava maRta 454>. 2-enAkñúgKnßIenH nig KnßITI 7 lixitbBa¢ak. 3-kñúgBaküsMuEdl)ankMNt. .dUcxageRkamenH ³ k-cMeBaHnavakm<Cú aEdl)ancuHbBa¢I KW ÉksarcmøgénesovePAcuHbBa¢EI dl manesckþIbBa¢ak.embBa¢akar b¤ bri)alnavaenaH nig TIkEnøgEdlembBa¢akar b¤ bri)alnavaenaHenAnaeBlbc©úb.nava nig ÉksarepSgeTotEdlcaM)ac.IebIkbr navaedayRsbc.sBa¢atirbs. .enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 349 ¬rebobdak.bMNulénkarGnuvtþRtUvsresr GMBITIkEnøgEdlnavaenaHsßitenA RBmTaMgeQμaHrbs.ab.edIm.eday bgçM . 2-kñúgBaküsMu[GnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHnava eRkABIsresrcMNucnImYy²Edl )ankMNt.BaküsM[ u GnuvtþedaybgçM¦ énRkmenH m©as.nñ .mkCamYynUvÉksarEdlkMNt.BaküsMu[GnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHnava nig rebobGnuvtþ 1-karGnuvtþedaybgçcM eM BaHnava RtUveFVeI daytulakarGnuvtþ tamviFIlk.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH eRkABIÉksar cmøgyfaPUténlixitGnuvtþEdlmanGanuPaBGnuvtþ m©as. x-cMeBaHnavakm<úCaEdlmin)ancuHbBa¢I b¤ CanavaepSgeToteRkABInava -195- .bMNulénkarGnuvtþRtUv P¢ab. maRta 455>.

[GaCJasaladkhUtyklixit bBa¢ak.fa navaenaHCanavaEdl)ankMNt.Bn½ n§ gw dIkaseRmccab.edaybgçM tulakarGnuvtþRtUvecjdIka seRmccab.epþImEdl)ankMNt.kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ .epþmI enaHCa bnÞan.epþImnItiviFIénkarlk.edaybgçM ehIyRtUvbgÁab.tulakarGnuvtþ cMeBaHkarGnuvtþedaybgçcM MeBaHnava saladMbgU Edlmansmtßkci ©elITIkEnøg EdlnavasßitenA enAeBlecjdIkaseRmccab.[sßab½n Edlmansmtßkci ©cHu bBa¢GI MBIkarrwbGUsEdlBak.sBa¢atinavaenaH CaGaT× mkRbKl.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarGnuvtþRtUvRbkas GMBIkarrwbGUsnavaenaHCaRbeyaCn_rbs.epþIm CaGaT× 1-enAeBlcab. maRta 456>.kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ cMeBaHkarecjdMeNIrénnava enaH .enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUv bBa¢ÚneTA[kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ . 3-dIkaseRmccab. 5-GanuPaBénkarrwbGUs nwgekIteLIgenAeBl)aneFVkI arbBa¢ÚnEdl)ankMNt. b:Eu nþ ebIkarcuHbBa¢GI BM kI arrwbGUsRtUv)aneFVmI nu kar bBa¢ÚndIkaseRmccab. .fa navaenaHsßit enACakmμsiT§irbs.dIkaseRmccab. -196- .m©as. 4-ebI)anecjdIkaseRmccab.km<úCa KW ÉksarEdlbBa¢ak. enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH .epþImEdleyageTAtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH cMeBaHnavakm<úCaEdl)ancuHbBa¢IehIy RkLabBa¢IRtUvpÞúkpþak.edaybgçM mansmtßkic© CatulakarGnuvtþ .epþImEdl)ankMNt. 2-kñúgdIkaseRmccab.CUntulakarGnuvtþ .edaybgçM GanuPaBenaHnwgekIteLIgenAeBl)an cuHbBa¢I .enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 454 ¬Gtßn½yénnava CaGaTצ énRkmenH nig ÉksarbBa¢ak.epþImkarlk. maRta 457>.bMNulén karGnuvtþ ehIyRtUvhamXat.epþImkarlk.epþImkarlk.

sBa¢atinava CaGaT× eTA[GaCJasala)an tamBaküsuM .Idak.sBa¢atinava CaGaT× enAmuneBl bBa¢nÚ dIkaseRmccab.enaH 1-kñúgkrNIEdlGanuPaBénkarrwbGUsedayEp¥kelIdIkaseRmccab.karkMNt. saladMbgU Edlmansmtßkci e© lITkI Enøg EdlnavaenaHsßitenA GacecjdIkaseRmcenH)an .eBlcugeRkaysRmab.[kUnbMNl u énkarGnuvtþ RbKl.lixitbBa¢ak. ebInavaenaH BM)u ancuHbBa¢eI T b¤ ebImansßanPaBCabnÞan. maRta 459>.[RbKl. 2-edIm.bMNulénkar Gnuvtþ RtUvbgðajnUvÉksarcmøgyfaPUténlixitGnuvtþEdlmanGanuPaBGnuvtþ ehIy RtUveFVIesckþIbBa¢ak.sBa¢atinava CaGaT× enAmun eBldak.dMbUgGMBImUlehtudUc)ankMNt. BaküsM[ u GnuvtþedaybgçcM eM BaHnavaeT saladMbgU Edlmansmtßkci e© lITkI EnøgEdl navaenaHRtUv)ancuHbBa¢I GacecjdIkaseRmcbgÁab.BaküsMu 1-kñúgkrNIEdlmankar)armÖfa nwgmankarlM)akxøaMgkñúgkarGnuvtþeday bgçMcMeBaHnava ebImni dkhUtyklixti bBa¢ak.karTamTar[EckcMENkenaH)an .eBlcugeRkaysRmab.edaybgçMenH GacbþwgCMTas.epþmI karlk.epþImlk.edaybgçM b¤ enAmuneBlcuHbBa¢GI BM kI arrwbGUs GanuPaBénkarrwbGUsenaH ekIteLIgenAeBldkhUt .bþÚreBlkMNt.karTamTar[EckcMENk nig kar pøas.eBlcugeRkaysRmab. enAkñgú GMLgú eBl 3 ¬bI¦ Ex Kit cab.6-ebIGaCJasala)andkhUtyklixti bBa¢ak.karTamTar [EckcMENk .karTamTar[EckcMENkeT tulakarGnuvtþGac pøas. 7-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcelIkecalBaküsMukarlk.BaküsMutambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH m©as. lixitbBa¢ak.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 enH .sBa¢atinavaenaH CaGaT× enAmunkardak.bþÚrkMNt. -197- .dIkaseRmcbgÁab.eBlcugeRkaysRmab. maRta 458>. edaybgçM )anekIteLIg tulakarGnuvtþRtUvkMNt. 2-ebImni )anecjdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.BIkMNt. )an .

esah‘uy caM)ac.bMNulénkarGnuvtþ)an .karGnuvtþenH RtUvcat.BéI f¶Edl )anTTYlkarRbKl.Caesah‘uysRmab.xøÜn edayRbugRby½tñkñúgnamCaGñkRKb.lixitEdlbBa¢ak. 7-ebIm©as.)an . 6-dIkaseRmcbgÁab.bN M l u énkar Gnuvtþ .facaM)ac.RKg cMeBaHnavaEdlRtUv)anecjdIkaseRmccab. enA kñúgkrNIEdlGñkEfrkSaRKb. 5-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdleyagtambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH eTaHenA muneBlbBa¢ÚneTA[kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþk¾eday k¾GacGnuvtþ)anEdr . GñkEfrkSaRKb.kareRCIstaMgGñkEfrkSaRKb. 4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdleyagtambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH Gacbþgw CMTas.lixti bBa¢ak. 2-tulakarGnuvtþRtUvRtYtBinitüGñkEfrkSaRKb.BéI f¶Edl)anCUndMNgw eTA[m©as.edaybgçM tamBaküsMurbs.sBa¢atinava CaGaT× eTA[GaCJa salaEdleyagtambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH BMuRtUvGnuvtþeLIy ebIhYs GMLúgeBl 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ Kitcab. tulakarGnuvtþGaceRCIstaMgGñkEfrkSaRKb.[RbKl. m©as.RKg)anbBa©b. -198- .Parkic©enaH GñkenaHRtUvraykarN_GMBI karKNnanUvcMNUlcMNaykñúgkarEfrkSaRKb.sRmab. maRta 460>.RKg .RKgedaysucrit .epþmI karlk.lixitbBa¢ak.bMNulénkarGnuvtþmin)andak.RKg CaGaT× 1-ebITTYlsÁal.fa xøÜn)andak. BaküsMu[GnuvtþedaybgçcM MeBaHnava enAkñgú GMLgú eBl 5 ¬R)aM¦ éf¶ Kitcab.RKgeTAtulakarGnuvtþ edayKμan karyWtya:v .sBa¢atinava CaGaT×enaHeT GaCJasalaRtUvsg lixitbBa¢ak.plRbeyaCn_rYm kñúgnItiviFI énkarlk.sBa¢atinava CaGaT×enaH eTA[kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþvij .RKgRtUv bMeBjmuxnaTIrbs.edaybgçM .3-dIkaseRmcEdleyagtambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvbBa¢nÚ eTA [kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ .

RKgGacTTYlCamunnUvesah‘uycaM)ac. ebIdak.Caesah‘uysRmab.srubénsiTei§ lIbN M l u rbs. esah‘uy EdlGñkEfrkSaRKb. 4-bBaØtéiþ nmaRta 71 ¬viFdI ak.karlubecalnItiviFIlk.enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUv)at.bg.RKg)ancMNayedIm.kñúgkarEfrkSaRKb.GanuPaB tulakarGnuvtþRtUvEckcMENk[m©as.eBlcugeRkaysRmab.enAkñúgcMNucnImYy² én kfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 370 ¬karp¥ak nig karlubecalkarGnuvtþedaybgçM¦ énRkm enH cMeBaHsiT§ielIbMNulrbs.R)atiePaK nig karbþÚrR)atiePaK¦ nig maRta 72 -199- .RKgnava nig R)ak. maRta 461>.m©as. edaydIkaseRmcéntulakarGnuvtþ)an .bMNulEdl )ankMNt.nItiviFI .EdlkUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþRtUvdak.bMNac.)an .EdlkMNt. RtUv cat.karTamTar[EckcMENkvij cMnYnTwkR)ak.bMNulénkarGnuvtþ ebIkUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ )andak.FanaEdlesμnI wgcMnnY TwkR)ak. KWcMnYnesμInwgcMnYnTwkR)ak.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH GacbþwgCMTas. RKg nig R)ak. 4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMuEdl)ankMNt.srub énsiT§ielIbMNulrbs.IEfrkSaRKb.)an .enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 nig dIka seRmcEdleyagtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH GacbþwgCMTas.lxi ti Edl)ankMNt.ma© s.3-GñkEfrkSaRKb.eBl enaH nig esah‘uysRmab.edaybgçM edaydak.tam bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 . 3-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcelIkecalBaküsMuEdl)ankMNt.ma© s. 2-ebIkarp¥akkarGnuvtþedaykardak.edaybgçM tamBaküsMu elIkElgEtnItiviFIEckcMENk .karGnuvtþ .karGnuvtþ enAmuneBlmansMeNITij tulakarGnuvtþRtUvlubecal nUvnItiviFIénkarlk.R)ak.bMNulEdl)anTamTar[EckcMENk rhUtdl.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH cMeBaHR)ak.bMNac.R)ak.FanaEdlRtUv)andak.Fana 1-enAkñúgkrNIEdlmankardak.FanaenAmuneBlputkMNt. R)ak.lixitdUc)ankMNt.m©as.bMNl u énkarGnuvtþ nig siTei§ lIbN M l u rbs.bN M l u Edl)anTamTar[EckcMENk nig esah‘uysRmab.

edaybgçMenaH . 2-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMuEdl)ankMNt.karGnuBaØat[navaeFVIdMeNIr 1-enAkñúgkrNIEdlTTYlsÁal.edaybgçM enAkñúgkrNIEdlBMuGacdkhUt yklixitbBa¢ak.bg.edaybgçM edaykarvinas)at.karepÞrerOgkþI kñúgkrNIEdlnavaEdlRtUv)anecjdIkaseRmccab.epþImkarlk.edaybgçM EbrCasßti enATIkEnøgepSg eRkABItMbn.edaybgçMenaH .bg.cUlCasßaBr .enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH .kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ .RBmBIm©as.sBa¢atinava CaGaT× ebIGaCJasalaBMuGacdkhUtyklixitbBa¢ak.)an .GñkEdlTTYlkarpþl. -200- .GaCIvkmμ nig mUl ehtusmrmüepSgeTot ebImankaryl. maRta 465>. 3-dIkaseRmcEdleyagtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenHminmanGanuPaB ebIminTan.sBa¢atinava CaGaT× enAkñúgGMLúg eBl 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ Kitcab.R)atiePaK¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapg Edr cMeBaHkardak.BIéf¶Edl)anecjdIkaseRmccab.fa manPaBcaM)ac. maRta 462>. maRta 464>.karlubecalnItiviFIlk.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelI enH GacbþwgCMTas.nava CaGaT× ebIsßanPaBEdlbNþal[raMgsÞHkñúgkarepÞrnavaedaykarlk.Edlmansmtßkci © tulakarGnuvtþGacepÞrerOg kþIenaHeTAsaladMbUgEdlmansmtßkic©elITIkEnøgEdlnavaenaHsßitenA )an . manBitR)akd edaysarnavaenaHRtUv)anvinas)at.epþImkarlk.eday bgçM)aneT tulakarGnuvtþRtUvlubecalnUvnItiviFIlk.sRmab.karlubecalnItvi Fi l I k.R)ak.¬siT§irbs. b¤ edaymUlehtuepSgeTot tulakarGnuvtþ RtUvlubecalnItiviFIlk. maRta 463>.FanaEdl)ankMNt.bMNulnImYy² nig GñkesñIsMuTij kñgú témøGtibrma b¤ GñkTij tulakarGnuvtþGacGnuBaØat[navaenaHeFVdI eM NIr)an tam BaküsMurbs.

navaenaH)an .IIsMuCMnYyBIGaCJasalaeyagtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 338 ¬karFanakñgú karbMeBjmuxnaTIrbs.EcgcaM)ac.edIm.m©as.brma edayEp¥kelIkarvaytémøenaH . maRta 467>. tulakarGnuvtþ Gacpøas. 2-ebIyl.témølk. 4-ebImanPaBcaM)ac. Gb. 2-esah‘uycaM)ac.edaybgçMRtUv)andkecj b¤ ebIGanuPaBéndIkaseRmclub ecalnItiviFIlk.epþImenaH .IebIkTVarEdlbiT)an enAkñúg krNIEdlGñkvaytémøcUleTAkñúgnava edayeyagtambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelI enH .karvaytémø 1-tulakarGnuvtþ GaceRCIstaMgGñkvaytémø nig bgÁab.karpÞúkpþak.edaybgçM )anekIteLIg RkLabBa¢IRtUvpÞúkpþak. bMNulénkarGnuvtþEdl)anTTYldIkaseRmclubecalenaH .maRta 466>. 2-edIm.bþÚrtémølk.Ivaytémø GñkvaytémøGaccUleTAkñúgnava b¤ Gac sYrsMNYr b¤ TamTar[bgðajÉksarcMeBaHkUnbMNl u énkarGnuvtþ b¤ ttiyCnEdl kan.eXIjfacaM)ac. 3-bBaØtiþénmaRta 435 ¬viFankarkñgú krNIEdlmankar)armÖfaKμansMNl.brma CaGaT× 1-ebImankarvaytémøedayGñkvaytémø tulakarGnuvtþRtUvkMNt.Gb.brma)an .sRmab.[lubkarcuHbBa¢IGMBIkarrwbGUs 1-ebIBaküsMulk.EdleyagtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH CabnÞúkrbs.¦ -201- .GaCJasala CaGaTצ énRkmenH GaceFVIkarcat.GaCJasala CaGaTצ énRkmenH GñkvaytémøRtUv TTYlkarGnuBaØatBItulakarGnuvtþ . 3-enAeBlRsavRCavedIm.[sßab½nEdlman smtßkic©lubkarcuHbBa¢IGMBIkarrwbGUs EdlBak.dIkaseRmckMNt.karpÞúkpþak.Gb.[vaytémønava)an . maRta 468>.bMNulénkarGnuvtþEdl)andkBaküsMuecj b¤ m©as.kab. GaCJasalaEdlRtUv)ansMuCMnYyBIGñkvaytémø tam bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 338 ¬karFanakñúgkarbMeBjmuxnaTIrbs.B½n§nwgdIkaseRmccab.témølk.

tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH Pøam eRkayeBlbBa©b.min[kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþeFVIsMeNITij kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ BMuGaceFVIsMeNITij)aneT . témølk. 2-RbsinebIlk.LayLúgedayeRsamsMbRu t b¤ edaypÞal. .eXIjfasmrmü tulakarGnuvtþ GackMNt. maRta 471>.¦ éntémølk.R)ak.FanaEdlRtUv)andak. 4-bBaØtþiénmaRta 396 ¬karrkSasNþab.brma .Gb. 3-kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.mat.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelI enH .mat. maRta 469>.EdleFVIeLIg edayEp¥kelIbBaØtþiénmaRta 469 ¬viFI lk.enaH . maRta 470>. b:uEnþ ebIyl.FanaEdlesμInwg 1 PaK 10 ¬mYyPaKdb.brma RBmTaMgéf¶ eBlevla nig TIkEnøglk.¦ én témølk. 2-RbsinebImansMeNITj i BIbuKl Á eRkABIGkñ esñs I uMTj i kñgú témøGtibrma tulakarGnuvtþRtUvsgR)ak.karhamXat. tulakarGnuvtþRtUvkMNt.énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkarGnuvtþcMeBaHnava .Gb.Gb. CaGaT× 1-karlk.tamviFIlk.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH RkLabBa¢IRtUvpSay CasaFarN³nUvsBaØaNnavaEdlRtUvlk.karFanaelIsMeNITij 1-CnEdlbRmugnwgeFVIsMeNITijnava RtUvdak.karlk.Fñab.viFIlk.cMnYnR)ak.LayLúgedayeRsamsMbuRt b¤ edaypÞal.nava eRkAGMBvI Fi Ilk.éf¶ eBlevla nig TIkEnøglk.brma enaH)an . RtUvGnuvtþtamviFIEdlkMNt.¦ énRkmenH RtUv ykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdl)ankMNt.FanaelIsBI 1 PaK 10 ¬mYyPaKdb.enAkEnøglk. ehIyRtUv[GaCJasalaGnuvtþkarlk. CaGaTצ énRkmenH .edaytulakarGnuvtþ . -202- .

epþIm b¤ bnþnItiviFIénkarlk.maRta 472>. X-mankMhs u F¶nF.F¶renAkñúgnItiviFIénkarlk.edaybgçM . maRta 473>.karGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk.GMBIkarGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk. EdleyagtambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐ TI 1 maRta 476 ¬karesñIsMukMu[GnuBaØatkarlk.kalbriecäTedIm. 1-elIkElgEtkñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.témølk.karEføgeyabl.brma . .Bn½ n§ gw plRbeyaCn_ cMeBaHkarGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat [lk.IecjdIkaseRmckarlk. ebITTYlsÁal. -203- . g-mankMhusF¶n.tþi b¤ smtßPaBedIm. . r¶ enAkñgú nItvi Fi éI ndIkaseRmckMNt. ehIyRtUv RbkasGMBIkarGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk.nava GaceFVIesckþIEføgeyabl. 2-enAeBl)ankMNt. . K-manesckþeI sñIskuM uM[GnuBaØatkarlk.xøÜn enAkñúgkalbriecäTéndIkaseRmckarlk.kalbriecäTedIm. CaGaT× kñúgkrNIEdlnavaRtUv)an xUcxat¦ énRkmenH .siT§irbs.I Tijnava b¤ GñktMNagrbs.GMBIehtuEdl)ankMNt.GñkesñIsMuTijkñúgtémøGtibrma BMumansiT§ienaH .IecjdIkaseRmckarlk. buKl Á EdlmankarBak. tulakarGnuvtþRtUvCUndMNwgGMBIkalbriecäTenaH eTACnEdlBak. x-GñkesñIsMuTijkñúgtémøGtibrma BMumanlkçNsm. .B½n§nwgplRbeyaCn_ .IecjdIkaseRmckarlk.enAkñúgcMNucnImYy² énkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 474 ¬karGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk.fa manehtudUckMNt.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xageRkamenH tulakarGnuvtþRtUvecjdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk. maRta 474>. 1-tulakarGnuvtþRtUvebIkkalbriecäTedIm.¦ énRkmenH ehIyEdl bNþal[man\T§iBldl. 2-tulakarGnuvtþRtUvecjdIkaseRmcminGnuBaØat[lk.kñúgcMNucxageRkamenH ³ k-minRtUvcab.Gb.

RbsinebIenAmuneBlecjdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.cUlCasßaBr .cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk.F¶r edaysareRKaHFmμCati b¤ edaysarmUlehtuepSgeTotEdlminEmnCabnÞúkrbs.)an . 3-ebITTYlsÁal. -204- .¦ énRkmenH b¤ ehtuEdlmankMhs u F¶nF. b¤ ebIenAeRkayeBlEdl)anecjdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk. ¶r enAkñgú nItvi Fi éI ndIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk. enaH mkeFVICamUlehtu .karesñIsMukMu[GnuBaØatkarlk.ehIy Gacdak.bNþwgCMTas. tam bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH GacbþwgCMTas.)an .B½n§nwgpl RbeyaCn_ Gacbþgw CMTas.)an .cl U CasßaBr .bNþwgCMTas. 4-dIkaseRmcGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk. CaGaT× kñúgkrNIEdlnavaRtUv)anxUc xat 1-kñúgkrNIEdlnavaRtUv)anTTYlkarxUcxatF¶n. 1-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk. tamBaküsMuEdl)an kMNt. GackMNt. tulakarénbNþwgCMTas.PaKImçageTot énm©as.R)ak.enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH BumM anGanuPaBeLIy ebImni Tan.enH BuMmanGanuPaBeLIy ebImin Tan.dl. RtUvykehtudUc)ankMNt. 2-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMu[lubecaldIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk. 2-bNþwgCMTas. 3-dIkaseRmclubecaldIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.siT§irbs.)an luHRtaEtkñgú krNIEdldIkaseRmcenaHbNþal[b:H Bal.facaM)ac.xøÜn . maRta 476>. kñúgcMNucnImYy² énkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 474 ¬karGnuBaØat b¤ minGnuBaØat[lk.BaküsMu [lubecaldIkaseRmcenaH eTAtulakarGnuvtþ enAmuneBlEdlxønÜ bg.maRta 475>.cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk. CnEdlBak.xøÜn Edl)anekIteLIgenA eRkayeBleFVs I eM NITj i GñkesñIsMuTijkúñgtémøGtibrma b¤ GñkTijGacesñs I Meu TAtulakarGnuvtþ ku[ M GnuBaØatkarlk.

GanuPaBénkarminbg. maRta 480>. 2-kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.eTAtulakarGnuvtþ muneBlkMNt.éfølk. tam bBaØtþiénmaRta 470 ¬karFanaelIsMeNITij¦ énRkmenH )aneT .IdkBaküsMukarlk. 1-GñkTijRtUvbg.bg. maRta 481>.maRta 477>.eBlEdlTTYlkmμsiT§ielInava GñkTij TTYl)annUvkmμsiT§ielInava enAeBlEdl)anbg. maRta 478>.RBmBIsMNak.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarGnuvtþ RtUvlk.EdlGñkTij)andak. cUlCasßaBr tulakarGnuvtþRtUvkMNt.ehIy .bMNulénkarGnuvtþ RtUvTTYlkaryl.eBlRtUv bg. maRta 479>. ehIyCUndMNwgeTA[GñkTij . GanuPaB . edaybgçMsaCafμI .edIm.eBlbg.éfølk. kñúgkrNIenH GñkTijminGacTamTar[sgR)ak.EdltulakarGnuvtþ)ankMNt. .IFanaelIkaresñIsMuTij RtUvKitbBa©Úl kñúgéfølk.enaH nwg)at.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 minGaceFVIsMeNITij)aneLIy .kardkBaküsMukarlk.éfølk.eBlbg.¦ énRkmenH .Edl)andak. 2-cMnYnTwkR)ak.éfølk.karbg.edaybgçM enAeRkayeBlEdlmansMeNITijehIy m©as. 3-kñúgkarlk. -205- .eT dIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.éfølk. tambBaØtþiénmaRta 478 ¬kMNt. ebIdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.GñkesñIsMuTijkñúgtémøGtibrma b¤ GñkTij .edaybgçMtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH GñkTijEdl )ankMNt. 1-ebIGñkTijmin)anbg.éfølk.éfølk.éfølk.edaybgçM enAeRkayeBlmansMeNITij edIm.kMNt.

ehIy RkLabBa¢IRtUvpÞúkpþak. maRta 483>. tambBaØtiéþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH CabnÞúk rbs.BIéf¶EdlGñkTij)anbg. eRkABIkUnbMNulén karGnuvtþ tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarGnuvtþRtUvsYrCnenaH . -206- .[cuHbBa¢I edaykarbg.fa kan.kab.éfølk.edayEp¥kelImUlehtuKtiyutþénsiTi§ EdlGacttaMgCamYy nwgGñkTij enAelIsMNMuerOgkþI)an .éfø lk.nava 1-tulakarGnuvtþGacecjdIkaseRmcbgÁab.karpÞúkpþak.GñkTijEdl)anbg.éfølk.BaküsMu tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH)aneT .IpÞúkpþak.kab. 2-ebIhYsGMLúgeBl 6 ¬R)aMmYy¦ Ex Kitcab. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHCnEdlRtUv)an TTYlsÁal.dIkaseRmcbgÁab..)an .IpÞúkpþak.kab. 3-kñúgkrNIEdl)anecjdIkaseRmccMeBaHGñkkan.navaenaHeTA[GñkTij tamBaküsMurbs.ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténdIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.[kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ b¤ Gñk kan. x-karlubkarcuHbBa¢I GMBIkarrwbGUs b¤ karrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ . 5-dIkaseRmcEdleyagtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH BuMmanGanuPaBeLIy ebIminTan. tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RkLabBa¢IRtUvP¢ab.xageRkamenH ³ k-karcuHbBa¢I GMBIkarepÞrkmμsiT§iEdlGñkTij)aneFVIlT§kmμ . 1-RbsinebIGñkTij)anbg. 4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMuEdl)ankMNt.enaH . 3-esah‘uycaM)ac.maRta 482>.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelI enH GacbþwgCMTas. CamYynwglixitpÞúkpþak.éfølk.GñkTij .nava RbKl.[RbKl.ehIy)an . ehIy GñkTijenaHBMuGacdak. 2-edIm.[sßab½nEdl mansmtßkic©cuHbBa¢I nig lubkarcuHbBa¢InUvcMNucdUckMNt.cUlCasßaBr .edIm.

éfølk.edaybgçM .bMNulEdl)anGnuvtþkarrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ eyagtamviFI dkhUtyklixitbBa¢ak.dUcxageRkamenH GacTamTar[EckcMENk)an ³ k-m©as.visalPaBénm©as.bN M l u Edl)ancuHbBa¢GI MBkI arrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ enAeRkay eBlcuHbBa¢IGMBIkarrwbGUs edayEp¥kelIdIkaseRmccab.EdlkMNt. KWCabuKÁlEdlkMNt.kMNt.maRta 484>.bMNulénkarGnuvtþ .sRmab.bMNulEdlRtUvTTYlcMENk m©as.edayÉksarGMBIÉksiT§iTUeTA b¤ ÉksiT§ielInava . R)ak.karTamTar[EckcMENk 1-buKÁlEdlkMNt.¦ énRkmenH . maRta 486>.dUcxageRkam enH ³ k-m©as. x-m©as. x-R)ak.nava .bN M l u Edl)ancuHbBa¢GI MBkI arrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ enAmunkar -207- .bMNulEdlRtUvTTYlcMENkéfølk. )an .bMNulEdlmanÉksarcmøgyfaPUténlixitGnuvtþ EdlGac Gnuvtþedaybgç)M an tambBaØtiéþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 354 ¬PaBcaM)ac.eBlcug eRkayénkarTamTar[EckcMENk .karEckcMENk ³ k-éfølk.epþImlk.énrUbmnþGnuvtþ nig sßab½npþl.bMNulEdl)anTamTar[EckcMENk rhUtdl. X-buKÁlEdlbBa¢ak.rUbmnþGnuvtþ¦ énRkmenH . x-m©as. K-m©as.éfølk. 2-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcelIkecalkarTamTar[EckcMENkenH GacbþwgCMTas. maRta 485>.sBa¢atinava CaGaT× .EdlGñkTijBMGu acTamTar[sgmkvij)an tambBaØtiþénvaküxNÐ TI 2 kfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 481 ¬GanuPaBénkarminbg.Caéfølk. K-m©as.dUcxageRkamenH RtUvcat.

dMNwgGMBIeBlevla nig TIkEnøgenaH eTAm©as. edaydIkaseRmcbgÁab.éfølk.clnvtßú¦ énRkmenH .¦ énRkmenH . maRta 488>. tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 414 ¬karGnuvtþdIka seRmcrwbGUssiT§iTamTar[RbKl. x-kñgú karGnuvtþedaybgçcM MeBaHsiTi§elIbN M l u nig siTi§elIRTBüsm.bMNulEdlRtUvTTYlkarEckcMENk nig kUnbMNul ³ k-kñgú karGnuvtþedaybgçcM eM BaHclnvtßú eBlEdlmUlehtuénkarepJIR)ak.tulakarEdlRtUvGnuvtþkarEckcMENk tulakarEdlRtUvGnuvtþkarEckcMENk KWsaladMbgU EdlGaCJasalasßti enA cMeBaHkarGnuvtþedaybgçM cMeBaHclnvtßú b¤ tulakarGnuvtþ cMeBaHkrNIepSgeTot .cuHbBa¢IGMBIkarrwbGUs edayEp¥kelIdIkaseRmccab. tam bBaØtþiénmaRta 413 ¬dIkaseRmcbgÁab.éfølk. RtUv)anRbKl.¦ b¤ eBlEdldIkaseRmcGnuBaØat[lk.kalbriecäTénkarEckcMENk ehIypþl. EpñkTI 6 nItiviFIEckcMENkedaytulakar maRta 487>. tambBaØtþiénmaRta 447 ¬karbg.TukenAtulakaredayGaCJasala¦ b¤ eBlEdlmankarCUndMNwgtam bBaØtþiénmaRta 401 ¬karCUndMNwgeTAsaladMbUg¦ énRkmenH . )anrlt.tþi epSgeTot eBlEdl)aneFVIkarepJIR)ak. -208- .edaybgçM .Edl)anmkBI karlk. kñúgkrNIEdlmankarCUndMNwg tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 400 ¬karepJIR)ak. tambBaØtþiénmaRta 412 ¬bNþwgTamTar RbmUlbMNul¦ b¤ eBlEdl)aneFVIkarlk.karerobcMkarEckcMENk 1-ebImanmUlehtuEdlEcgenAcMNcu nImy Y ²xageRkam tulakarEdlRtUvEck cMENkRtUvkMNt.¦ b¤ eBlEdlR)ak.éfølk.epþImkarlk. )ancUlCasßaBr enAkñúgkrNIEdlmankaresñIsuM edayeyagtambBaØtþiénvaküxNÐ TI 1 kfaxNÐTI 3 maRta 447 ¬karbg. K-kñgú karGnuvtþedaybgçcM eM BaHGclnvtßú eBlEdlmankarbg.[lk.[lk.

kalbriecäTénkarEckcMENk nig esah‘uysRmab.ehIy RkLabBa¢I RtUvdas.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xageRkamenH mincaM)ac. 2-kñúgkrNIEdlm©as.EdlRtUvbMeBjkarEckcMENkenaH GacsgsBVRKb.éfølk.éfølk.ma© s.karGnuvtþ tulakar EdlRtUvGnuvtþkarEckcMENk RtUvEckeTAm©as.bMNulman eRcInnak.TwkR)ak.bMNulRKb. maRta 489>.bN M l u nImy Y ² RBmTaMgesah‘y u sRmab.bMNulmanEtmñak.bMNulenaH .cMeBaH siTei§ lIbN M l u rbs.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 488 ¬karerobcM karEckcMENk¦ énRkmenH tulakarEdlRtUvGnuvtþkarEckcMENk RtUveFVIkarEbg Eck edayEp¥kelItaragEckcMENk . rhUtdl. b:uEnþ kñúgkrNIEdl)ankMNt.bMNulmñak.cMNuc q énkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 370 ¬karp¥ak nig karlubecalkarGnuvtþedaybgçM¦ énRkmenH eRkayeBlRtUvcab.bMNulEdl RtUvTTYlcMENkepSgBIm©as.Ep¥kelItaragEckcMENkeLIy .nUvlixitEdl)ankMNt.² [pþl. 2-enAeBlEdlkalbriecäTénkarEckcMENkRtUv)ankMNt. 4-kñúgkrNIEdlmankarpþl.rUb ehIypþl.edIménsiT§ielIbMNul karR)ak.X-kñúgkarGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHnava eBlEdlmankarbg.epþImGnuvtþkarEckcMENk ebImanm©as. eday eyagtambBaØtþiénmaRta 479 ¬karbg.etOnm©as.karGnuvtþkarEckcMENk 1-cMeBaHkrNIEdl)ankMNt. -209- . b¤ kñúgkrNIEdlm©as.BIcMNuc k dl.¦ énRkmenH .karGnuvtþ eTA tulakarEdlRtUvEckcMENk kñúgGMLúgeBl 1 ¬mYy¦ s)aþh_ . 3-kñúgkrNIEdlmankarpþl.bMNulénkarGnuvtþ tulakarEdlRtUvGnuvtþkarEck cMENk RtUvEckcMENk[m©as.epþmI GnuvtþkarEckcMENk tulakarEdlRtUvGnuvtþkarEckcMENk RtUveFVIkarEckcMENkpgEdr .lixitKNnaGMBIR)ak.enAkñúgcMNuc k nig cMNuc x énkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 370 ¬karp¥ak nig karlubecalkarGnuvtþeday bgçM¦ énRkmenH eRkayeBlRtUvcab. Edlesssl.nUvlixitEdl)ankMNt. ehIyTwkR)ak. eTAkUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ .

maRta 490>. 4-enAelItaragEckcMENk TnÞwmKñanwgcMnYnTwkR)ak.bMNul EdlRtUvTTYlcMENk¦ énRkmenH .enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 489 ¬karGnuvtþkarEckcMENk¦ énRkmenH . siT§ielIbMNulbnÞab.bMNulEdl)ankMNt.énkarEckcMENk ³ k-krNIGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHclnvtßú ³ cMnYnTwkR)ak. X-krNIGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHnava ³ m©as. K-krNIGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHGclnvtßú ³ m©as.bMNulEdl)ankMNt.bMNulEdl)ankMNt.B½n§nwgkareFVItaragEckcMENk tulakarGacsYrm©as.xageRkamenH tulakar RtUvsresrGMBIcMnYnR)ak.karGnuvtþ nig lMdab. -210- .bMNulEdl)ankMNt. enAkñgú maRta 453 ¬visalPaBénm©as. x-krNIGnuvtþedaybgçcM eM BaHsiTei§ lIbN M l u nig siTei§ lIRTBüsm. x-krNIGnuvtþedaybgçcM eM BaHsiTei§ lIbN M l u nig siTei§ lIRTBüsm.bMNulEdlRtUvTTYlcMENk¦ énRkmenH .edIm karR)ak.¦ énRkm enH .bnSMepSg²énsiT§ielI bMNul esah‘uysRmab.tþei pSg eTot ³ m©as.bN M l u EdlRtUvTTYlcMENk¦ énRkmenH .bMNulEdl )ankMNt.kareFVItaragEckcMENk 1-tulakarEdlRtUvGnuvtþkarEckcMENk RtUveFVItaragEckcMENk enAkal briecäTénkarEckcMENkenaH elIkElgEtkrNIEdl)ankMNt.xageRkamenH nig kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ ³ k-krNIGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHclnvtßú ³ m©as.)anmkBIkarlk.bMNulEdlRtUvTTYlcMENkCaR)ak.bMNul nig kUn bMNulénkarGnuvtþEdlbgðajxøÜn ehIyGaceFVIkarBinitüPsþútagCaÉksarEdl GaceFVIkarBinitüPøam²)an enAkalbriecäTénkarEckcMENk .enAkñúgmaRta 415 ¬visalPaBénm©as. 3-Bak. 2-enAkalbriecäTénkarEckcMENk tulakarRtUvekaHehAm©as.EdlRtUv)anrwbGUs .tþei pSg eTot ³ cMnYnTwkR)ak.EdlRtUvGnuvtþkarEckcMENk .enA kñúgmaRta 398 ¬visalPaBénm©as.enAkñúg maRta 486 ¬visalPaBénm©as.nigcMnYnTwkR)ak. vtßú EdlRtUv)anrwbGUs nig cMnYnTwkR)ak.

4-elIkElgEtkrNIEdl)ankMNt.cMnYnénsiT§ielIbMNul enaHkUn bMNulénkarGnuvtþGacTamTar[RkLabBa¢IRbKl.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 3 kalEdlerOgkþI )anbBa©b.K-krNIGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHGclnvtßú ³ cMnYnTwkR)ak.bMNulenaH)anpþl. 2-tulakarEdlRtUvGnuvtþkarEckcMENk RtUveFVIkarEckcMENkEtEpñkEdl Kμankartva:cMeBaHkarsresrelItaragEckcMENk . . b:Eu nþ RbsinebIma© s.Bn½ §ngw karEckcMENk siTei§ lIbMNl QancUlmkdl.bMNulénkarGnuvtþ b¤ m©as.²EdlRtUv)ansresrelItarag EckcMENk GacEføgesckþItva:)an enAkalbriecäTénkarEckcMENk . .bN M l u enaHCaCnEdl)anTTYlcMENkénsiTei§ lIbN M l u EtmYy -211- . 3-CalT§plénkarGnuvtþkarEckcMENk ebIm©as. . . 6-Bak.kartva:cMeBaHkarsresrelItaragEckcMENk 1-m©as.Edl)anmkBI karlk. u EdleBlkMNt.m©as.ab.ehIy m©as.Tukfa eBlkMNt.EdlTak.TgnwgBaNiCk¢ mμ b¤ c.bMNul nig kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþEdlman])aRs½y cMeBaHsiT§ielI bMNul b¤ cMnYnR)ak.Bti R)akdBMTu an.cMENk rbs.rUb enAkalbriecäTénkarEckcMENk Ékñgú krNIepSgeTot RtUvsresrtambBaØtþiénRkmrdæb. nig cMnnY TwkR)ak. RtUvcat.epSg eTot .bMNulmñak.énkarEckcMENk Edl)ankMNt. X-krNIGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHnava ³ cMnYnTwkR)ak.ab.nUvÉksarcmøgyfaPUténlixit Gnuvtþ EdlmanGanuPaBGnuvtþEdlm©as. maRta 491>. bMNulEdl)anTamTarcMENk edayEp¥kelIÉksarcmøgyfaPUténlixitGnuvtþ EdlmanGanuPaBGnuvtþ )anTTYlnUvcMENkRKb.nUvÉksarcmøgyfaPUténlixitGnuvtþ EdlmanGanuPaBGnuvtþ)an .enAkfaxNÐTI 3 enaH GacTamTar[ RkLabBa¢IRbKl.enAkñúgkfaxNÐ TI 4 xagelIenH RtUvsresrtamkarRBmeRBog kñgú krNIEdlkicR© BmeRBog)anseRmc eLIgrvagm©as.sg)ancUlmkdl.Edl)anmkBIkarlk.evNI c.bMNulEdl)ankMNt. 5-lMdab.bN M ulRKb.

2-kUnbMNl u énkarGnuvtþ Edl)anEføgesckþtI va:ceM BaHkarsresrelItarag EckcMENk cMeBaHm©as.IeFVItaragEckcMENkfμI .eXIjfakar tva:manPaBRtwmRtUv tulakarRtUveFVIkarpøas.ma© s. u énkarGnuvtþEdl)anEføgesckþtI va: maRta 493>.bNþgw tva:rbs. 2-bNþwgEdl)ankMNt.BIkalbriecäTénkarEckcMENk kar tva:cMeBaHkarsresrelItaragEckcMENk RtUvcat.BakübNþgw tva:ceM BaHkarTamTar edayykm©as.Epñk RkLabBa¢RI tUvRbKl.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvsßitenAeRkam smtßkic©rbs. 4-kñgú salRkménbNþgw Edl)ankMNt.bN M l u Edl CaPaKImçageToténkaresñIsMutva:CacugcemøIy .bMNulEdlKμanÉksarcmøgyfaPUténlixitGnuvtþEdl manGanuPaBGnuvtþ RtUvdak.bMNulEdl)anEføgesckþItva:cMeBaHkarsresrelItaragEck cMENkminbBa¢ak.nvU ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténlixti Gnuvtþ edaycarnUvcMnnY én cMENkEdlm©as.enAkfaxNÐTI 1 eTA tulakar kñúgGMLúgeBl 1 ¬mYy¦ s)aþh_ cab.fa xøÜn)andak.bMNulenaH )anTTYlelIÉksarenaH .bMNulEdlmanÉksarcmøgyfaPUténlixitGnuvtþEdlman GanuPaBGnuvtþ RtUvdak. maRta 492>.knU bMNl cMeBaHkarsresrelItaragEckcMENk 1-kUnbMNl u énkarGnuvtþ Edl)anEføgesckþtI va:ceM BaHkarsresrelItarag EckcMENk cMeBaHm©as.Tukfa )andkvij .bN M l u Edl)anEføgesckþtI va:ceM BaHkarsresrelItaragEckcMENk RtUvdak.BakübNþwgEdl)ankMNt.BakübNþwgtva:cMeBaHkarsresrelItaragEckcMENk -212- .BakübNþwgtva: cMeBaHkarsresrelItaragEckcMENk edayykm©as.brÚþ taragEckcMENk b¤ lubecaltarag EckcMENkedIm. 3-ebIm©as.bMNl u EdlCaPaKImçageToténkaresñIsuMtva:CacugcemøIy .tulakarEdlRtUvGnuvtþkarEckcMENk .enAkfaxNÐTI 1 ebIyl.bNþgw tva:rbs.bN M l u Edl)anEføgesckþtI va:ceM BaHkarsr esrelItaragEckcMENk 1-m©as.

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IGnuvtþsTi Ri§ )atiePaK¦ énRkmenH ³ tulakarmansmtßkci ©elITIkEnøgrbs.Bn½ §ngw lixti Gnuvtþ edIm.GMBIGtßiPaBénsiT§iR)atiePaK b¤ lixitEdlmanGanuPaBdUcsalRkm b¤ saldIkasßaBrenaH . maRta 497>.lixitGnuvtþedIm.BaØtþiTUeTA maRta 496>. x-cMeBaHlixti GnuvtþEdl)ankMNt.IGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK eTaHbImanbBaØtþiénmaRta 350 ¬lixitGnuvtþ¦ énRkmenHk¾eday k¾karGnuvtþ siT§iR)atiePaK RtUveFVIeLIg edaylixitGnuvtþEdl)ankMNt.IGnuvtþsTi Ri§ )atiePaK¦ énRkmenH ³ saladMbgU Edl)aneFVnI tI vi Fi éI nbNþgw enaH .xageRkamenH ³ k-salRkm b¤ saldIkasßaBr EdlbBa¢ak.Bn½ §ngw lixti GnuvtþedIm.tl u akar Edl)ankMNt.BaØtþiBiesssþIBIkarGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK EpñkTI 1 bTb. cugcemøIyEdl)ankMNt.enAkñúgmaRta 8 ¬smtßkic©salaCRmHkþIEdl)ankMNt. -215- .enAkñúgcMNucnImYy² tamRbePTénlixitGnuvtþEdlEbgEckdUcxageRkamenH ³ k-cMeBaHlixti GnuvtþEdl)ankMNt. bU mnþGnuvtþ EdlBak.IGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK 1-eTaHbImanbBaØtþiénmaRta 363 ¬bNþwgtva:cMeBaHkarTamTar¦ énRkmenH k¾eday bNþgw tva:ceM BaHkarTamTarEdlBak.bBaØtþiBiesssþBI s I mtßkice© lIbNþgw tva:cMeBaHkarTamTar nig bNþgw tva:ceM BaHkarpþlr.enAkñgú cMNcu k énmaRta 496 ¬lixit GnuvtþedIm.CMBUkTI 3 bTb.GMBIGtßiPaB énsiT§iR)atiePaK .IGnuvtþsTi Ri§ )atiePaK RtUvsßti enAeRkamsmtßkci r© bs. x-lixityfaPUtEdleFVIeLIgedaysarkarI ehIyEdlbBa¢ak.enAkñgú cMNcu x énmaRta 496 ¬lixit GnuvtþedIm.

ebIKμantulakarEdlmansmtßkci ©tammaRta 8 enaHeT saladMbUgEdlmansmtßkic©elITIkEnøgEdlkmμvtßúénsiT§iR)atiePaKsßit enA . ebIkmμvtßúénsiT§iR)atiePaKCasiT§ielIbMNul tulakarEdlmansmtßkic©elITI kEnøgrbs. 2-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaH bNþwgtva:cMeBaHkarpþl.xageRkamenH RtUv)andak.mk ³ -216- .enAkñúgcMNuc k énmaRta 496 ¬lixitGnuvtþedIm.enAkñúgmaRta 8 ¬smtßkic©salaCRmHkþI Edl)ankMNt. xageRkamenHRtUv)andak.eTAtamlMenAzan CaGaTצ énRkmenH . g-ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténesckþIseRmcEdlkMNt. maRta 498>. ³ k-ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténesckþIseRmcEdlkMNt.EcgkarGnuvtþEdl)aneFVIrYcehIy ebIÉksarEdl)ankMNt.IGnuvtþsTi Ri§ )atiePaK¦ énRkmenH KμanGanuPaB . EdlTak.IGnuvtþsiT§i R)atiePaK¦ énRkmenH .fa minGnuBaØat[GnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK .fa minGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK b¤ kardkBaküsuM[GnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK .enAkñúgcMNuc TI 1 énmaRta 496 ¬lixti GnuvtþedIm. X-ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténkMNt.karp¥ak nig karlubecalkarGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK 1-tulakarGnuvtþ b¤ GaC£asalaRtUvp¥aknItvi Fi éI nkarGnuvtþsTi Ri§ )atiePaK ehIy RtUvlubecalkarcat.kUnbMNulTI 3 Edl)ankMNt.karbgÁab.rUbmnþGnuvtþ .fa lubecallixit Gnuvtþ Edl)ankMNt.EcgkarGnuvtþ .eTAtamlMenAzan CaGaTצ énRkmenH . x-ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténesckþs I eRmcEdlkMNt.ehtuGMBIkarsHCatamnItiviFItulakar EdlkMNt.[p¥akkar GnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK nig lubecalkarcat. 2-tulakarGnuvtþ b¤ GaC£asala RtUvp¥aknItiviFIénkarGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK ebI ÉksarEdl)ankMNt. K-GnusarsalRkmsßaBr b¤ GnusarsaldIkasßaBrEdlRbkasfa kar pSHpSa b¤ karTTYlsÁal.TgnwglixitGnuvtþ Edl)ankMNt.

IbþÚr CaR)ak.enAkñgú maRta 496 ¬lixit GnuvtþedIm.IGnuvtþsTi Ri§ )atiePaK¦ énRkmenH eTAGaCJa salak¾eday ebI)andak.Tku nig karlk. 4-bBaØtþiénmaRta 345 ¬bNþwgCMTas.karlk. karlk.Ecgkar Gnuvtþ edayeyagtambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH .ab.lixitGnuvtþEdl)an kMNt.bMNul)anTTYlsMNgénsiT§ielIbMNul EdlRtUv)anFanaedaysiT§iR)atiePaK b¤ )anyl.edaybgçMedIm.edaybgçeM daysiTX i§ at. maRta 499>.GMBIkarlk.l½kçx½NÐénkarGnuvtþsiT§i®)atiePaKcMeBaHclnvtßú eTaHbICakñúgkrNIEdlm©as.evNIenH EdlkMNt.epSgeTot RtUvGnuvtþtambBaØtþiénRkmnItiviFIrdæb.k-ÉksarcmøgyfaPUténesckþIseRmcEdlkMNt.Éksar -217- .RBmBnüareBlRtUvsgcMeBaHsiT§i elIbN M l u enaH enAeRkayeBllixti GnuvtþEdl)ankMNt. EpñkTI 2 karGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaKcMeBaHclnvtßú maRta 500>.enAkñgú maRta 496 ¬lixti GnuvtþedIm.edaybgçMedIm. b:uEnþ cMeBaHkrNIEdl)ankMNt.bMNulénkarGnuvtþmindak.edaybgçMedIm. 3-bBaØtþiénmaRta 370 ¬karp¥ak nig karlubecalkarGnuvtþedaybgçM¦ én RkmenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkarGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK .clnvtßEú dlCakmμvtßéú nsiTRi§ )atiePaK b¤ )andak.IGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK .edaybgçMedaysiT§iXat.Tuk nig karlk. eday eyagtambBaØtþiénRkmrdæb.[p¥akkar GnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaKmYyry³ .evNI b¤ c.IbþÚrCaR)ak.cMeBaHdIkaseRmclubecal CaGaTצ énRkmenH minRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdllubecalkarcat. x-ÉksarEdlsresrfa m©as.IGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK¦ énRkmenH RtUv)anbegáIt .karbgÁab.enAkñúgcMNuc x xagelI GanuPaBp¥ak man RtwmEt 2 ¬BIr¦ Exb:ueNÑaH .

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x-sBaØaNénsiT§iR)atiePaK nig siT§ielIbMNulEdlRtUvFana .énesovePAcuHbBa¢I nig kñúgkrNIEdlCndéTeRkABI kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ )ancuHenAkñúgesovePAcuHbBa¢Ifa CakmμsiT§ikr ÉksarEdl bBa¢ak.énesovePAcuHbBa¢I .enAkñúgmaRta 496 ¬lixitGnuvtþedIm.fa dIFøICakmμsiT§irbs.kUnbMNl u énkarGnuvtþ .fa GclnvtßúenaHCakmμsTi ri§ bs. 2-kñúgBaküsMu[GnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK eRkABIÉksarcmøgyfaPUténlixitGnuvtþ Edl)ankMNt.IGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK¦ én RkmenH Gñkdak. -222- . x-krNIEdlGnuvtþÉksiT§iTUeTA ³ cMeBaHGclnvtßúEdl)ancuHbBa¢I ÉksarcmøgEdlmanesckþIbBa¢ak.EpñkTI 4 karGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaKcMeBaHGclnvtßú maRta 509>. cMeBaHdIFIøEdlmin Tan.BaküsuMRtUvP¢ab.nUvÉksardUcxageRkamenH ³ k-krNIEdlGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaKepSgBIÉksiT§iTUeTA ³ ÉksarcmøgEdl manesckþIbBa¢ak.bN M l u énkarGnuvtþ kmμsTi ki§ rénGclnvtßEú dlCakUn bMNl u énkarGnuvtþ kUnbMNl u énsiTei§ lIbN M l u EdlRtUv)anFana nig GñktMNag .BaküsuMRtUvsr esrnUvcMNucxageRkamenH ³ k-sBaØaNénm©as.kUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ .)ancuHbBa¢I ÉksarEdlbBa¢ak. K-sBaØaNénGclnvtßúEdlCakmμvtßúénkarGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK .cMNucEdlRtUvsresrenAkñúgBaküsMu[GnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaKcMeBaH Gclnvtßú CaGaT× 1-kñúgBaküsMu[GnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaKcMeBaHGclnvtßú Gñkdak. X-ehtukarN_ nig TMhMénEpñkénsiT§ielIbMNulEdlRtUv)anFana ebIeFVI karGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK cMeBaHEpñkmYyénsiT§ielIbMNulEdlRtUv)anFana .

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X-BaküsuM[lubecaldIkaseRmcrkSakarBar . 2-karGnuvtþkarcat.EcgrkSakarBar RtUveFVIeLIgedaytulakartamBakü suM . g-BakübNþwgCMTas.EcgrkSakarBar tambBaØtþiénKnßIenH RtUv ehAfa tulakarGnuvtþkarrkSakarBar .EcgrkSakarBarCabeNþaHGasnñ 1-dIkaseRmckñgú karcat. maRta 533>.enAkñúgKnßIenH KWCasmtßkic©pþac. x-BakübNþwgCMTas.CasßaBr kñúgkrNIEdlmanPaBcaM)ac.F¶r b¤ eRKaHfñak.BaküsuM BaküsuMEdl)ankMNt.smtßkic©pþac.EcgrkSakarBar EdleFVIeLIgedayGaCJa sala .cMeBaHdIkaseRmcelIkecalBaküsuM[ecjdIka seRmcrkSakarBar .mux smtßkic©rbs.Edl)ankMNt. 4-bBaØtiéþ nkfaxNÐTI 4 énmaRta 336 ¬sßab½nGnuvtþ¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmk GnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkarGnuvtþkarcat.TMngKtiyutþEdlmanvivaT .IeCosvagkarxUcxatF¶n.xageRkamenH RtUveFVICalayl½kçN_GkSr ³ k-BaküsuM[ecjdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar . bnÞan.enAkñúgmaRta 561 ¬bNþwgCMTas.bMNul cMeBaHTMnak. maRta 534>.tulakarEdl)ankMNt.edIm..mux .sßab½ncat.EcgrkSakarBar RtUveFVIeLIgedaytulakar b¤ GaCJasala tamBaküsuM .¦ énRkmenH . -239- . maRta 532>.EdlnwgekIteLIgdl. c-BaküsuM[GnuvtþkarrkSakarBar .m©as.rebobdak. 3-tulakarEdlRtUvGnuvtþkarcat. K-BaküsuMtva:cMeBaHkarrkSakarBar .

nUvR)atiePaK edIm.esah‘uyénkarcat.Idak. enAeBlcat.EcgrkSakarBar CaGaT× 1-kñgú krNIEdldak.esah‘uyenaHTukCamuneT tulakarGnuvtþkarrkSakarBar GacelIkecalBaküsM[ u eFVkI arGnuvtþkarrkSakarBar b¤ Gac lubecalnUvnItiviFIGnuvtþkarrkSakarBar)an . -240- .sRmab.EdlkMNt.EcgeFVkI arGnuvtþ tulakarGnuvtþkarrkSa karBar GacsYrCnEdlmanplRbeyaCn_Bak.karpþl.Ecgkar Gnuvtþ EdleFVIeLIgedayGaCJasala .BaküsMu[ecjdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar GñkEdldak.B½n§epSgeTot)an .Bn½ § b¤ CnEdlBak.BaküsMu[eFVIkarGnuvtþkarrkSakarBareTAtulakarGnuvtþkarrkSa karBar GñkEdldak.[dak.BaküsuM RtUvbg.maRta 535>. 3-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 nig TI 2 xagelIenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdlsaladMbUgRtUvseRmcesckþIGMBI])aRs½ycMeBaHkarcat. maRta 537>.R)atiePaKtambBaØtéiþ nKnßeI nH PaKIRtUveFVItamviFIep£RI )ak.BaküsMu[GnuvtþkarrkSakarBarcMeBaHGaCJasala Gñk Edldak.nItiviFIGnuvtþkarrkSakarBar .¦ erol eTAtulakar .eXIjfacaM)ac.Bn§cMnYn 5>000 ¬R)aMBan.BaküsuMRtUvbg.)an .Bn§ tambBaØtþiEdl)ankMNt. 2-eBldak. 2-ebIyl.Bakü suM RtUvbg.karseRmcesckþIcMeBaHnItiviFIénkarrkSakarBar CaGaT× 1-karseRmcesckþIEdlTak.CamunnUvcMnnY TwkR)ak. b¤ ]bkrN_ GacCYjdUr)an EdltulakarTTYlsÁal. maRta 536>. 3-RbsinebIGñkEdldak. 5-kñúgkrNIEdldak.fasmrmü eTAtulakarEdlbgÁab. R)atiePaKenaH b¤ tulakarGnuvtþkarrkSakarBar .epSg . 4-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcelIkecalnUvBaküsuM tambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 3 Gacbþgw CMTas.edaytulakar GnuvtþkarrkSakarBar EdlCaesah‘uycaM)ac.BaküsMumin)anbg.TgnwgnItiviFIéndIkaseRmcrkSakarBar nig nItiviFIEdltulakareFVIcMeBaHkarGnuvtþrkSakarBar RtUveFVIeLIgedaydIkaseRmc .

GMBIcMNucEdl Bak.dMbUgGMBIkarBak.GBM cI N M cu EdlBak.karGnuvtþdUcKña tambBaØtþiBIKnßITI 2 dl.B½n§nwgplRbeyaCn_ cMeBaH karGnuvtþrkSakarBarEdleFVIeLIgedayGaCJasala GacTamTaremIlsMNuMerOg ft cmøgsMNuMerOg [RbKl.lixitbBa¢ak.Bn§ . CMBUkTI 2 dIkaseRmcrkSakarBar EpñkTI 1 bTb.KnßITI 4 bBaØtþiBIKnßITI 2 dl. -241- .karemIlsMNuMerOgénkarcat.tulakar Edlmansmtßkic©elIGgÁesckþI b¤ saladMbUgEdlmansmtßkic©elITIkEnøgEdl vtßúEdlnwgRtUv)anrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ vtßúEdlCakmμvtßúénvivaT sßitenA .Éksarcmøg yfaPUt ÉksarcmøgEdlmanesckþIbBa¢ak.lixti bBa¢ak.Bn½ n§ gw erOgkþI BItulakar)an eday bg. maRta 539>.EcgrkSakarBar elIkElgEtmanbBaØtþiBiess . 2-CnEdl)aneFVIesckþIbBa¢ak.B½n§nwgerOgkþI BIGaCJasala)an edaybg.BaØtþiTUeTA maRta 540>.KnßITI 4 énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaH nItiviFIénkarcat.énsMNuMerOg b¤ GacTamTar[RbKl. b¤ ÉksardkRsg.B½n§nwgplRbeyaCn_ cMeBaH nItvi Fi TI ak.maRta 538>. b¤ ÉksardkRsg.Bn§ .dMbUgGMBIkarBak.ÉksarcmøgyfaPUt ÉksarcmøgEdlmanesckþIbBa¢ak.tulakarEdlmansmtßkic© 1-erOgkþIéndIkaseRmcrkSakarBar RtUvsßitenAeRkamsmtßkic©rbs.TgnwgdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar b¤ nItvi Fi IEdltulakareFVIeLIgcMeBaHkarGnuvtþrkSakarBar GacTamTaremIlsMNuMerOg ftcmøgsMNuMerOg [RbKl.énsMNuMerOg b¤ Gac TamTar[RbKl.EcgrkSakarBar CaGaT× 1-CnEdl)aneFVIesckþIbBa¢ak.

nig sresrnUvPsþútag tamehtunImYy²EdlRtUvbBa¢ak.knU bMNl u TI 3 Edl )ankMNt.xageRkamenH ³ k-eQμaH b¤ namkrN_ nig Gasydæanrbs.nUvcMNucdUc )ankMNt.BaküsuM Kb. 3-cMeBaHcMNuc K nig X énkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH GñkEdldak.eTAtamlMenAzan CaGaTצ énRkmenH . 2-cMeBaHcMNcu K nig X énkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH GñkEdldak.las.kar kñúgnItiviFIénbNþwg]T§rN_ tulakarEdl mansmtßkic©elIGgÁesckþI KWCatulakarénkarCMnuMCRmHbNþwg]T§rN_ .2-tulakarEdlmansmtßkice© lIGgÁesckþI KWCatulakarénkarCMnCuM RmHelIk TI 1 . K-siT§i b¤ TMnak.Tukfa siTei§ lIbN M l u enaH sßti enAkEnøgrbs. x-xøwmsaréndIkaseRmcrkSakarBarEdlGñkdak.PaKI ehIynig eQμaH nig Gasydæanrbs. 3-ebIkmμvtßúEdlnwgRtUv)anrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ kmμvtßúénvivaT CasiT§i elIbN M l u RtUvcat. -242- .Tukfa siT§ielIbMNulenaHsßitenATIkEnøgEdlvtßúenaHsßitenA . b:uEnþ ebIGgÁesckþI RtUv)ancat. X-PaBcaM)ac. .)ankMNt.ab.I sresr[)anc. b:uEnþ cMeBaHsiT§ielIbMNulEdlmaneKalbMNgRbKl.enAkñgú maRta 8 ¬smtßkci s © alaCRmHkþIEdl)ankMNt.TMngKtiyutþEdlnwgRtUv)anrkSakarBar .tþiepSgeTot¦ énRkmenH ehIymankUnbMNulTI 3 b¤ buKÁl EdlmanlkçN³dUcCakUnbMNulTI 3 .dMbUg 1-kñúgBaküsMu[ecjdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar RtUvsresrbBa¢ak. 4-bBaØtþiénvaküxNÐTI 1 énkfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKña pgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdlkmμvtßúEdlnwgRtUv)anrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ kmμvtßúén vivaT CasiT§ielIRTBüsm.enAkñúgmaRta 416 ¬karGnuvtþedaybgçM cMeBaHsiT§ielIRTBüsm. maRta 541>.énkarrkSakarBar .cMNucEdlRtUvsresrenAkñúgBaküsMu nig esckþIbBa¢ak.as.BaküsuMTamTar .nava b¤ clnvtßú RtUvcat.tþiEdl)ankMNt. .BaküsuM RtUveFVIesckþIbBa¢ak.dMbUg .GñktMNagEdlc.

R)atiePaKsRmab.R)atiePaK b¤ min[dak.k¾ eday . maRta 544>.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH minGacBnüar )aneLIy .BIéf¶EdlxøÜn)an TTYlkarCUndMNwg .enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH P¢ab.dIkaseRmcrkSakarBar dIkaseRmcrkSakarBar GaceFVIeday[dak. kñúgkrNIEdlmankar)armÖfa karGnuvtþedaybgçMnwg minGaceFVI)an b¤ nwgmankarlM)akya:gxøaMgkñúgkarGnuvtþedaybgçM .lak. nUvkmμvtßú .bNþwgCMTas.PaBcaM)ac.Cak.)an kñúgGMLúgeBl 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ cab.cMeBaHesckþIseRmcelIkecal 1-cMeBaHesckþs I eRmcEdlelIkecalBaküsu[ M ecjdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar m©as. 2-GMLúgeBlEdl)ankMNt.bMNulGacbþwgCMTas.nwgl½kçx½NÐ b¤ eBlkMNt.karbBa¢Ún tulakarRtUvbBa¢ÚndIkaseRmcrkSakarBareTAPaKI . 2-dIkaseRmcrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ Gacecj)an eTaHbICasiT§ielIbMNul Edl)ankMNt.R)atiePaK )an . EpñkTI 2 dIkaseRmcrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ maRta 545>.éndIkaseRmcrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ 1-dIkaseRmcrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ Gacecj)ancMeBaHsiTei§ lIbN M l u Edl maneKalbMNgsgCaR)ak. b:uEnþ cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrwbGUsclnvtßúCabeNþaHGasnñ Gacecj)an -243- . maRta 543>.maRta 542>.kmμvtßúéndIkaseRmcrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ tulakarRtUvecjdIkaseRmcrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ edaykMNt. maRta 546>.

EpñkTI 3 dIkaseRmccat.IeCosvagkarxUcxatF¶n.kMNt.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñEdlkMNt.nñénvtßúenaH .zan³ CabeNþaHGasnñ kñúgkrNIEdlmanPaBcaM)ac.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelI RtUveFVIeLIgenA tulakarEdl)anecjdIkaseRmcrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ tulakarGnuvtþkar rkSakarBar .tamkalbriecäTénkar -244- .EdlnwgekIteLIgdl.rMedaHBIkarrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ 1-kñúgdIkaseRmcrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ tulakarRtUvkMNt.Ecg CabeNþaHGasnñ .F¶r b¤ eRKaHfñak. 2-tulakarGacecjdIkaseRmccat.TnM gKtiytu Eþ dlman vivaT .cMnYnTwkR)ak.R)ak. 3-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 545 ¬PaBcaM)ac.Edl)ankMNt. 4-tulakarminGacecjdIkaseRmccat.ITTYl)annUvkarlubecalkarGnuvtþkarrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ .PaBcaM)ac.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñcMeBaHvtßúEdlCa kmμvtßúénvivaT)an kñúgkrNIEdlmankar)armÖfa m©as.kmμvtßú .bMNul cMeBaHTMnak.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ maRta 548>.bnÞan.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ CaGaT× 1-tulakarGacecjdIkaseRmccat. enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 2 xagelIenH )aneLIy ebIminqøgkat.m©as.éndIkaseRmcrwbGUsCa beNþaHGasnñ¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdcU KñapgEdr cMeBaHdIkaseRmccat.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ Edl)ankMNt. EdlkUnbMNulRtUvepJI edIm.edaymincaM)ac. maRta 547>.edIm.bMNulnwgminGacGnuvtþsiT§i )an b¤ nwgmankarlM)akya:gxøaMgkñúgkarGnuvtþsiT§i edaysarmankarERbRbYl sßanPaBbc©úb. 2-karepJIR)ak.éndIkaseRmccat.

EcgkarGnuvtþ tamBaküsuM eday[dak.tamkalbriecäTenaH .viFIcat.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ tulakarGaccat.Ecg[kUnbMNuleFVI b¤ mineFVIGMeBINamYyCakMNt. b¤ [kUn bMNulpþl.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ eFVkI arcat.TajehtupledaypÞal.RKgvtßúEdlCakmμvtßúén karcat. 2-kñgú krNIEdltulakarénbNþgw CMTas.karseRmcesckþIGMBIkarp¥akkarGnuvtþrkSakarBar CaGaT× 1-kñúgkrNIEdlmanBaküsMutva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar tulakarGac bgÁab.BaküsuMtva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar kUnbMNulGacdak. edIm. b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHkrNIEdlmansßanPaB Biess EdlnaM[BMGu acseRmceKalbMNgénBaküsu[ M ecjdIkaseRmccat.mat.EcgepSgeTot)an tamkRmiténPaBcaM)ac.BaküsutM va:ceM BaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar eTAtulakarEdl )anecjdIkaseRmcenaH .[p¥akkarGnuvtþrkSakarBar b¤ lubecalkarcat. EpñkTI 4 kartva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar maRta 550>.RKg EfrkSaRKb. b¤ tamkalbriecäTénkarsYrEdlkUnbMNulGaccUl rYm)an . maRta 551>.EcgCa beNþaHGasnñ edaysarqøgkat.R)atiePaK)an rhUtdl.tavkalik b¤ [GñkEfrkSaRKb.)anecjdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar ebI mansMNuMerOgenAtulakaredIm tulakaredImenaHk¾GaceFVIkarseRmcesckþI tam -245- .IseRmceKalbMNgénBaküsuM[ecjdIkaseRmccat.as.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ . maRta 549>.fa nwgkøayCamUlehtuénkarlub ecaldIkaseRmcrkSakarBar nig GMBIkarEdlmankar)armÖfa karxUcxatEdlmin Gacsg)an nwgekIteLIgedaysarkarGnuvtþrkSakarBar .dMbUgGMBIsßanPaBEdlc.eFVIkarseRmcesckþI tambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 3 xageRkamenH kñgú dIkaseRmcGMBBI aküsutM va:ceM BaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar luHRtaEt manesckþIbBa¢ak.

RKgvtßú edayEp¥kelIdIkaseRmccat. 3-enAkñúgdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsuMtva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar tulakar RtUvlubecal pøas.IbBa©b.karvinicä½y edIm.mat. R)atiePaK)an . maRta 553>.vtßú b¤ karbg. -246- .tamkalbriecäTénkarTajehtupledaypÞal.bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH)anEdr .bþÚr b¤ TTYlsÁal. maRta 554>.mat.l½kçx½NÐ[kUnbMNuldak.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ tulakarGacbgÁab. 3-bBaØtþiénmaRta 543 ¬karbBa¢Ún¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapg Edr cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt. maRta 552>. pøas.GL M gú eBlGnueRKaHd¾smrmü .bþÚr b¤ lubecalnUvdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar . b¤ eRbIR)as. b¤ kalbriecäTénkarsYrEdlPaKITaMgsg xagGaccUlrYm)an tulakarGacRbkasedayPøam²fa bBa©b.karvinicä½y .[eFVIbdiTan ebIm©as.bMNul)anTTYlkarRbKl.karvinicä½yGMBIkartva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar tulakarminGacecjdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsuMtva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar )aneLIy ebImin)anqøgkat. maRta 555>.dIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMutva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar 1-enAkñúgdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMutva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar tulakar RtUvTTYlsÁal.dIkaseRmcbgÁab.b¤EfrkSa RKb.karbBa©b.nUvesckþIseRmcEdl)aneFVIrYcehIy tam bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH . b:Eu nþ enAkal briecäTénkarTajehtupledaypÞal. b¤ tamkalbriecäTénkarsYrEdlPaKITaMgsgxagGaccUlrYm)an . arvinci y ½ä edaykMNt.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI1xagelIenH .R)ak.karvinicä½yGMBIkartva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar tulakarRtUv seRmcéf¶bBa©bk. 2-cMeBaHdIkaseRmclubecaldIkaseRmcrkSakarBarEdleFVIeLIgtam bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarGacdak.

tambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐdEdlenaH tulakarRtUv lubecaldIkaseRmcrkSakarBar tamBaküsMurbs.GMBIkardak. EpñkTI 5 karlubecaldIkaseRmcrkSakarBar maRta 557>. b¤ sgR)ak.ÉksarEdlbBa¢ak.[m©as.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelI enH kñgú GMLgú eBlEdlRtUv)ankMNt.cUlCasßaBr .GanuPaBéndIkaseRmcEdllubecaldIkaseRmcrkSakarBar dIkaseRmcEdllubecaldIkaseRmcrkSakarBar tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 554 ¬dIkaseRmcGMBBI aküsMutva:ceM BaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar¦ énRkmenH BuMmanGanuPaBeLIy ebIminTan.Bakü bNþwgGgÁesckþI CaGaT× 1-tulakarEdl)anecjdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar RtUvbgÁab.BakübNþwgGgÁesckþI ehIy[dak.EdlkUnbMNul )anbg.kUnbMNul . b¤ bgVilsgvtßúEdlm©as. 4-kñúgkrNIEdlBakübNþwgGgÁesckþIEdl)ankMNt.kUnbMNul enAkñúgdIkaseRmcEdllubecaldIkaseRmccat.karlubecaldIkaseRmcrkSakarBaredaysarmindak.kUnbMNul .fasmrmü tamBaküsuMrbs.b¤EfrkSaRKb. maRta 556>. b:uEnþ ebIyl.eXIjfa caM)ac. 3-ebIma© s.Biess tulakarGacRbkasfa dIkaseRmcenaHmanGanuPaBPøam² .RKg)an tam BaküsMurbs. 2-GMLúgeBlEdl)ankMNt.bMNulkMBugeRbIR)as.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUvmanry³eBl minticCag 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ .ÉksarEdl)ankMNt.EcgCa beNþaHGasnñ tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 554 ¬dIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMutva: cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar¦ énRkmenH .bN M l u mindak.[m©as.bMNulbgVilsgvtßúEdlkUnbMNul)anRbKl.BakübNþwg enaH kñúgGMLúgeBlEdlTTYlsÁal.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUv)andkvij b¤ RtUv)anelIkecal enAeRkayeBlEdlÉksarEdl -247- .bMNul dak.

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EcgCabeNþaHGasnñenaH)an edaymanl½kçx½NÐ tRmUv[dak. maRta 560>. maRta 559>.[ eFVIbdiTan¦ nig maRta 556 ¬GanuPaBéndIkaseRmcEdllubecaldIkaseRmc rkSakarBar¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkarseRmcesckþI GMBIkarlubecaldIkaseRmcrkSakarBar elIkElgEtcMeBaHkarseRmcesckþI tam bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 557 ¬karlubecaldIkaseRmcrkSakarBaredaysar mindak.karlubecaldIkaseRmccat.karvinicä½y¦ maRta 555 ¬dIkaseRmcbgÁab.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH .kUnbMNul .EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ mansßanPaBBiessepSgeTot tulakar Edl)anecjdIkaseRmccat.R)atiePaK tamBaküsuMrbs.BakübNþwgGgÁesckþI CaGaTצ .dMbUg . 3-bBaØtþiénmaRta 543 ¬karbBa¢Ún¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapg Edr cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMuEdl)ankMNt.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ edaysar sßanPaBBiess 1-RbsinebImankar)armÖfa karxUcxatEdlminGacsg)an nwgekIteLIgeday sardIkaseRmccat. 2-cMeBaHsßanPaBBiessEdl)ankMNt.enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelI kUnbMNl u RtUveFVIesckþIbBa¢ak.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ tulakarénbNþwgGgÁesckþI GaclubecaldIkaseRmccat. 2-cMeBaHkarseRmcesckþtI ambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 551 ¬karseRmc esckþIGMBIkarp¥akkarGnuvtþrkSakarBar CaGaTצ énRkmenH EdlRtUvykmkGnuvtþ -249- .karGnuvtþdUcKña tambBaØtþisþIBIkartva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar CaGaT× 1-bBaØtiBþ mI aRta 551 ¬karseRmcesckþGI BM Ikarp¥akkarGnuvtþrkSakarBar Ca GaTצ dl.seRmcGMBIBaküsMutva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþ dUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHdIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMuEdl)ankMNt.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xag elIenH .maRta 553 ¬karbBa©b.

eTAtulakarénbNþgw GgÁesckþI epSgBItl u akarEdl)anecj dIkaseRmcrkSakarBar ehIymansMNuMerOgenAtulakarEdl)anecjdIkaseRmc rkSakarBar tulakarEdl)anecjdIkaseRmcrkSakarBarenaH k¾GaceFVIkarseRmc esckþI tambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 551 enaH)anEdr .dUcKña enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH kñúgkrNIEdlBaküsMulubecaldIkaseRmc rkSakarBar RtUv)andak.enAkñúgcMNucnImYy²xageRkamenH Gac bþwgCMTas.[ eFVIbdiTan¦ énRkmenH EdlRtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKña enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 560 ¬karGnuvtþdUcKña tambBaØtþisþIBIkartva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar CaGaTצ . 3-bBaØtþiénmaRta 543 ¬karbBa¢Ún¦ nig maRta 554 ¬dIkaseRmcGMBIBaküsMu tva:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaH dIkaseRmcGMBbI NþwgCMTas. EpñkTI 6 bNþwgCMTas. 2-GMLúgeBlEdl)ankMNt.[ eFVIbdiTan¦ énRkmenH . maRta 561>. .BIéf¶Edl)anTTYlkarbBa¢ÚnenaH ³ k-dIkaseRmcGMBBI aküsutM va:cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar b¤ BaküsuMTam Tar[lubecaldIkaseRmcrkSakarBar . ehIybBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 551 ¬karseRmc esckþIGMBIkarp¥akkarGnuvtþrkSakarBar CaGaTצ maRta 552 ¬karvinicä½yGMBIkartva: -250- . 1-cMeBaHdIkaseRmcEdl)ankMNt.enAkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH BMuGacBnüar)aneT . b:uEnþ bBaØtþienHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHesckþIseRmcGMBIBaküsMutva: cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar Edl)aneFVIeLIgedaytulakarénbNþwgCMTas.kñúgGMLúgeBl 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ cab.bNþwgCMTas. x-dIkaseRmcEdleyagtambBaØtþiénmaRta 555 ¬dIkaseRmcbgÁab. K-dIkaseRmcEdleyagtambBaØtþiénmaRta 555 ¬dIkaseRmcbgÁab.

)an )ancUlCasßaBr .BIéf¶EdldIkaseRmcrkSakarBar RtUv)anbBa¢ÚneTAm©as. CMBUkTI 3 karGnuvtþrkSakarBar maRta 562>. b:Eu nþ karGnuvtþrkSakarBarcMeBaH b¤ sRmab. 2-karGnuvtþrkSakarBar minRtUveFVIeLIy ebIGMLúgeBl 2 ¬BIr¦ s)aþh_ )an knøghYs cab.cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar¦ maRta 553 ¬karbBa©b. 4-cMeBaHkarseRmcesckþtI ambBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 551 ¬karseRmc esckþIGMBIkarp¥akkarGnuvtþrkSakarBar CaGaTצ énRkmenH EdlRtUvykmkGnuvtþ dUcKña enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 3 xagelIenH kñgú krNIEdlmansMNeMu rOgenAtulakaredIm tulakaredImenaHk¾GaceFVIkarseRmcesckþItambBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 1 maRta 551 enaH)anEdr .nwgrUbmnþGnuvtþ .l½kçx½NÐénkarGnuvtþrkSakarBar 1-karGnuvtþrkSakarBarRtUveFVIeLIgedayEp¥kelIÉksarcmøgyfaPUténdIka seRmcrkSakarBar . -251- .B½nn§ gw bNþgw CMTas.enAkñúgdIkaseRmcrkSakarBar RtUveFVIeLIg edayEp¥kelIÉksarcmøg yfaPUténdIkaseRmcrkSakarBarEdlP¢ab. 3-eTaHbIenAmuneBlEdldIkaseRmcrkSakarBar RtUv)anbBa¢ÚneTAkUnbMNul k¾eday k¾karGnuvtþrkSakarBar GaceFVI)anEdr .CneRkABIPaKI Edl RtUv)ankMNt.bMNul . ehIybBaØtéiþ nmaRta 317 ¬BaküsMu [CMnMuCRmHsaCafμIcMeBaHdIkaseRmc¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkrNIEdlesckþIseRmcEdlGacbþwgCMTas.[eFVIbdiTan¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaH karseRmcesckþIEdlBak.karvinicä½y¦ nig maRta 555 ¬dIkaseRmcbgÁab.

rUbmnþGnuvtþ CaGaTצ bBaØtþiénmaRta 364 ¬bNþwgtva:cMeBaHkarpþl.én rUbmnþGnuvtþ nig sßab½npþl.rUbmnþGnuvtþ¦ kfaxNÐTI 1 nig TI 3 énmaRta 355 ¬Bakü sMu[pþl.maRta 563>.ttiyCn¦ nig bBaØtþiBImaRta 367 ¬kar seRmcesckþIp¥akkarGnuvtþedaykardak.BaküsuM[GnuvtþedaybgçM¦ kfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 351 ¬visalPaBénGñkEdlGacGnuvtþedaybgçM¦ kfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 354 ¬PaBcaM)ac.TgnwgkarGnuvtþedaybgçM¦ bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 2 nig TI 3 énmaRta 349 ¬rebobdak. saladMbUgEdlmansmtßkic©elITIkEnøg EdlvtßúRtUvrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ vtßú EdlCakmμvtßúénvivaTsßitenA .ttiyCn¦ én RkmenHk¾eday k¾bNþgw tva:rbs.krNIBiesséntulakarEdlmansmtßkic©elIbNþwgtva:rbs.BakübNþwgtva:cMeBaHkarTamTar CaGaTצ dl.maRta 370 ¬karp¥ak nig karlubecalkarGnuvtþedaybgçM¦ énRkmenH RtUvyk mkGnuvtþ dUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkarGnuvtþrkSakarBar .rUbmnþGnuvtþ¦ BIkfaxNÐTI 2 dl.rUbmnþ Gnuvtþ¦ nig maRta 365 ¬bNþwgtva:rbs. maRta 564>.ab.ceM BaHdIkaseRmclubecal CaGaTצ bBaØtþiénmaRta 348 ¬GñktMNageday GaNtþikñúgnItiviFITak.edIménlixitGnuvtþ¦ maRta 362 ¬BaküsMutva:GMBIkar pþl.maRta 359 ¬karsresrcUleTAkñúgc.GaCJasala CaGaTצ dl.maRta 345 ¬bNþwg CMTas.ttiyCn cMeBaHdIkaseRmcrkSakarBarEdlsala ]T§rN_)aneFVI kñúgnamCatulakarGnuvtþrkSakarBar RtUvsßitenAeRkamsmtßkic©rbs.karGnuvtþdUcKña tambBaØtþiénKnßITI 6 elIkElgEtkrNIEdlmanbBaØtþiBiesskñúgCMBUkenH bBaØtþiBImaRta 338 ¬karFanakñúgkarbMeBjmuxnaTIrbs. ttiyCn eTaHbImanbBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 maRta 365 ¬bNþwgtva:rbs.kfaxNÐTI 4 énmaRta 356 ¬rUbmnþGnuvtþ Biess¦ BImaRta 357 ¬cMNucEdlRtUvsresrkñúgrUbmnþGnuvtþ¦ dl. -252- .

vtßúEdlCakmμvtßú edayGaCJasalaénsaladMbUgEdlmansmtßkic©elIkEnøgEdl vtßúEdlCakmμvtßúenaHsßitenA .tþiepSgeTot 1-karGnuvtþrbw GUsCabeNþaHGasnñ cMeBaHsiTi§elIbN M ulEdl)ankMNt.maRta 565>.kab.clnvtßúenaH tamnItvi Fi l I k. 4-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 384 ¬karcab.enaH enAtulakarEdlxøÜnsßitenA .epþImGnuvtþcMeBaHclnvtßú¦ BImaRta 385 ¬karrwbGUsclnvtßúEdlkan. 2-GaCJasalaRtUvepJIR)ak. 3-ebImankar)armÖfa clnvtßEú dlkarrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñRtUv)anGnuvtþ nwgcuHtémøya:gxøaMg b¤ ebIRtUvkaresah‘uyeRcInhYsehtuedIm.m©as.karGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ cMeBaHsiT§ielIbMNul nig siT§i elIRTBüsm.kab.karGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñcMeBaHclnvtßú 1-karGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñcMeBaHclnvtßú RtUveFVItamrebobkan.enAkñúgEpñkTI 2 CMBUkTI 2 énKnßITI 6 énRkmenH tamBaküsuMrbs.edaykUnbMNulénkarGnuvtþ¦ dl.énkarGnuvtþceM BaHclnvtßEú dl)an kMNt.Edl)anmkBIkarGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ enA tulakarEdlxøÜnsßitenA . maRta 566>.bMNul énkarrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ kUnbMNl u ehIyepJRI )ak. maRta 392 ¬karhamXat. min[kUnbMNulTI 3 sgeTAkUnbMNul .mni [rwbGUskñgú krNIEdl)a:nR. 2-cMeBaHkarGnuvtþrbw GUsCabeNþaHGasnñEdl)ankMNt. bmaNeXIjfa Kμan cMnYnesssl.enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH tulakarEdl)anecjdIkaseRmcrwbGUsbeNþaHGasnñ RtUvmansmtß-253- .¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkarGnuvtþrwbGUsCa beNþaHGasnñcMeBaHclnvtßú .Edl)anmkBIkarlk.enA kñúgmaRta 402 ¬Gtßny ½ énkarGnuvtþceM BaHsiTei§ lIbN M l u nig tulakarGnuvtþ¦ énRkm enH RtUveFVtI amrebobEdltulakarGnuvtþrkSakarBar ecjdIkaseRmcEdlhamXat.IrkSaTukclnvtßúenaH GaCJasalaRtUvlk.

5-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 TI 3 TI 6 TI7 TI 8 TI 10 nig kfaxNÐTI 11 énmaRta 403 ¬dIkaseRmcrwbGUs¦ bBaØtþiBImaRta 404 ¬TMhMénkarrwbGUs¦ dl. 3-RkLabBa¢IRtUvpÞúkpþak.EdlesμI nwgcMnnY R)ak.EdlRtUv)ankMNt.TukedaykUn bMNulTI 3¦ nigmaRta 416 ¬karGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHsiT§ielIRTBüsm.Edl esμnI gw cMnnY R)ak. 2-cMeBaHkarGnuvtþrbw GUsCabeNþaHGasnñ tulakarEdl)anecjdIkaseRmc rwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ RtUvmansmtßkic©CatulakarGnuvtþrkSakaBar .enaH .tþiepSgeTot .enAkñúg kfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 417 ¬kmμvtßú nig viFIénkarGnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHGclnvtßú¦ énRkmenH RtUveFVItamrebobcuHbBa¢IGMBIkarrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ .kic©CatulakarGnuvtþrkSakarBar .[sßab½nEdlmansmtßkic©cuHbBa¢IGMBIkarrwbGUsCa beNþaHGasnñ . 4-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 420 ¬karpÞúkpþak.Tukfa kUnbMNl u )anepJRI )ak. 4-bBaØtéiþ nkfaxNÐTI 1 nig kfaxNÐTI 2 RtUvykmkGnuvtþdcU KñapgEdr cMeBaH karGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñcMeBaHsiT§ielIRTBüsm. 3-kñúgkrNIEdlkarrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ RtUv)anGnuvtþcMeBaHsiT§ielI bMNulEdlmaneKalbMNg[sgCaR)ak.énsiTei§ lIbN M l u enAtulakar RtUvcat.karGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñcMeBaHGclnvtßú 1-karGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñcMeBaHGclnvtßú Edl)ankMNt.[cuHbBa¢IGMBIkarrwbGUs -254- .tambBaØtéiþ nmaRta 547 ¬R)ak.tþiepSg eTot¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdcU KñapgEdr cMeBaHkarGnuvtþrbw GUsCabeNþaHGasnñcMeBaHsiT§ielIbMNl u Edl)ankMNt. ebIkUnbMNulTI3)anepJIR)ak.maRta 408 ¬karCUndMNwgGMBIkardkBaküsuM CaGaTצ maRta 411 ¬karepJIR)ak. maRta 567>. b:uEnþ bBaØteiþ nHminRtUvykmkGnuvtþeLIy cMeBaHPaK EdlelIsBIcMnYnR)ak.rMedaHBIkarrwbGUs CabeNþaHGasnñ¦ énRkmenH .tþiepSgeTot .enAkñgú kfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH nig siT§i elIRTBüsm.

rebobTaMg enH GacGnuvtþrYmKña)an .epþIm CaGaTצ maRta 460 ¬kareRCIstaMgGñkEfrkSaRKb.CaGaTצ vaküxNÐTI 1 kfaxNÐTI 3 énmaRta 421 ¬GanuPaBénkarrwbGUs¦ kfaxNÐTI 1 énmaRta 424 ¬dIkaseRmccab. 4-bBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 nig TI 3 énmaRta 455 ¬BaküsMu[GnuvtþedaybgçM cMeBaHnava nig rebobGnuvtþ¦ maRta 465 ¬karlubecalnItvi Fi l I k.RKg CaGaTצ nig -255- .bg.edaybgçMedaysarkar)at.[lubkarcuHbBa¢GI BM I karrwbGUs¦ RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkarGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñtamrebobcuHbBa¢I ehIybBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 3 énmaRta 455 ¬BaküsMu[ GnuvtþedaybgçMcMeBaHnava nig rebobGnuvtþ¦ kfaxNÐTI 7 énmaRta 457 ¬dIka seRmccab.karGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñcMeBaHnava 1-karGnuvtþrbw GUsCabeNþaHGasnñceM BaHnava RtUveFVtI amrebobcuHbBa¢GI BM kI ar rwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ tamrebobEdlbgÁab.sBa¢atinava CaGaT× saladMbgU Edlmansmtßkic© elITIkEnøgEdlnavaenaHsßitenA RtUvmansmtßkic©CatulakarGnuvtþrkSakarBar .[GaCJasaladkhUtlixitbBa¢ak.nava CaGaTצ nig maRta 466 ¬karpÞkú pþak.epþImRtYtKña¦ maRta 425 ¬dIkaseRmccab.bg. CaGaT× énGclnvtßú¦ nig maRta 428 ¬karpÞkú pþak. 3-RkLabBa¢IRtUvpÞúkpþak. xi ti enaHeTA tulakarGnuvtþrkSakarBar . 2-cMeBaHkarGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñtamrebobcuHbBa¢IGMBIkarrwbGUsCa beNþaHGasnñ tulakarEdl)anecjdIkaseRmcrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ RtUvman smtßkci C© atulakarGnuvtþrkSakarBar rIÉkarGnuvtþrbw GUsCabeNþaHGasnñtamrebob EdlbgÁab.[lubkarcuHbBa¢GI BM IkarrwbGUs¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapgEdr cMeBaHkarGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñcMeBaHGclnvtßú .epþIm RtYtKña énkarGnuvtþsiT§iR)atiePaK nig karGnuvtþcMeBaHGclnvtßú¦ maRta 427 ¬kar lubecalnItiviFIénkarlk. sBa¢atinava CaGaT× ehIypþll .edaybgçM eday karvinas)at.[sßab½nEdlmansmtßkic©cuHbBa¢IGMBIkarrwbGUsCa beNþaHGasnñ . maRta 568>.[dkhUtlixti bBa¢ak.

kab.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ RtUvGnuvtþtamviFdI cU KñanwgviFGI nuvtþrbw GUs CabeNþaHGasnñ b¤ viFIGnuvtþedaybgçM .kab.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñEdlhamXat.vtßú nig bgÁab.maRta 462 ¬karGnuBaØat[navaeFVIdMeNIr¦ énRkmenH RtUvykmkGnuvtþdUcKñapg Edr cMeBaHkarGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ tamrebobEdlbgÁab. maRta 571>.reM daHBIkarrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ¦ énRkmenH enAtulakar tulakarGnuvtþrkSakarBar b¤ saladMbUgEdlGaCJasalasßitenA RtUvlubecalnUvkarGnuvtþrwb GUsCabeNþaHGasnñ .IrkSakarBarsiTTi§ amTar[RbKl. [kUnbMNulRbKl. -256- .[dkhUtlixit bBa¢ak. 2-eTaHbImanbBaØtþiénkfaxNÐTI 2 énmaRta 345 ¬bNþwgCMTas.tambBaØtþiénmaRta 547 ¬R)ak.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ karGnuvtþcat. maRta 569>.vtßúeTAGaCJasala edaydkhUtkarkan.rMedaHBIkarrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ 1-ebIkUnbMNul)anepJIR)ak.karlubecalkarGnuvtþrwbGUsCabeNþaHGasnñ edayepJIR)ak.sBa¢atinava CaGaT× .kar epÞrkarkab.[ GaCJasalaEfrkSaRKb.cMeBaHdIka seRmclubecal CaGaTצ énRkmenH EdlRtUvykGnuvtþdUcKña enAkñúgmaRta 564 ¬karGnuvtþdcU Kña tambBaØtéiþ nKnßTI I 6¦ k¾eday k¾dkI aseRmcEdleFVeI LIg tambBaØtþi énkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH manGanuPaBPøam²Edr .Edl)ankMNt.GanuPaBénkarcat.esμInwgcMnYnR)ak.kab.mni [kUnbMNl u epÞrkarkab.karepÞrkar kan.enaH ehIybgÁab. maRta 570>.RKgvtßúenaH edaybiTlixitRbkas CasaFarN³ tamrebobEdlBMugaybkecj b¤ tamrebobsmrmüepSgeTot . 1-ebIdkI aseRmcEdlhamXat.RKgvtßeú naH edIm.karGnuvtþcat.vtßúenaH ehIyGaCJasalaEfrkSaRKb.vtßeú naH RtUv )anecj GaCJasalaRtUvRbkasCasaFarN³fa kUnbMNulRtUv)anhamXat.kab.

EcgCabeNþaHGasnñenaHRtUv)aneFVI ehIy . 3-CnEdlkan.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñ Edl)ankMNt.2-ebIkarcat.vtßúenaH edaydwgfa karGnuvtþkarcat.vtßú)an eday Ep¥kelIlxi ti GnuvtþénGgÁesckþI .EcgCabeNþaHGasnñEdl)ankMNt.EcgCabeNþaHGasnñenaH RtUv)aneFVIehIy . -257- . b:uEnþ m©as.bMNulGaceFVIkarGnuvtþedaybgçM[RbKl.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xag elIenH RtUv)anGnuvtþ m©as.bN M ulGacGnuvtþ)anEtcMeBaHCnEdl kan.kab.vtßú enaH edaydwgfa karGnuvtþcat.enAkñúgkfaxNÐTI 1 xagelIenH RtUv)ansnμtfa kan.vtßEú dlBak.Bn½ §eRkayeBlkarGnuvtþcat.kab.kab.

muneBlRkmenHRtUv)anGnuvtþ nItiviFIBak. b:Eu nþ RbsinebIRbFansaladMbgU TTYlbnÞkú pSHpSa RtUvcat. -258- .CnM CuM RmHkþeI naH RtUvcat. maRta 574>. 2-enAeRkayeBlEdlecARkmTTYlbnÞúkGegátesIubsYr CaGaT× RtUv)ancat.viFankarGnþrkalsþIBIsmtßkic© cMeBaHsmtßkic©énbNþwg nig karepÞrbNþwg EdlkMBugcat.taMgecARkmTTYlbnÞúkesIubsYr b¤ nItiviFIpSHpSa ¬xageRkamenH ehAfa {ecARkmTTYlbnÞúkGegátesIubsYr CaGaT×}¦ RtUvcat.Tukfa )andak.B½n§nwg bNþwg eRkayeBlRkmenH RtUv)anGnuvtþ RtUvbnþGnuvtþbBa©b.KnßITI 8 Gnþrb.viFankarGnþrkalsþIBIkarEbgEckerOgkþI 1-enAeRkayeBlEdlBakübNþgw RtUv)andak.BaØtþi maRta 572>.BaØt¦iþ enH .taMgRbFanRkumRbwkSa CMnCuM RmH b¤ ecARkmenAkñgú fñak.BaØtþi CMBUkeTal Gnþrb.tamRkmenH elIkElg EtkrNIEdlmanEcgBiessenAkñgú KnßTI I 8 ¬Gnþrb.Tukfa ecARkmTTYlbnÞúkGegát esIubsYr CaGaT× enaH )anTTYlkarEbgEckerOgkþI tambBaØtþiénmaRta 26 ¬karEbg EckerOgkþ¦I énRkmenH .BakübNþwg enAeBlEdlRkmenHRtUv)anGnuvtþ ehIyRtUvykbBaØtþiénmaRta 26 ¬karEbgEck erOgkþI¦ énRkmenH mkGnuvtþ .karenAeBlEdl RkmenHRtUv)anGnuvtþ RtUvGnuelamtamkic©karEdl)aneFVIBImunmk .eKalkarN_énviFankarGnþrkal cMeBaHbNþwgEdl)andak. RbsinebIRkmenHRtUv)anGnuvtþ enAmunkarcat. kñúgkrNIenH bBaØtþi enH BMuraraMgGanuPaBEdl)anekIteLIgenAkñúgnItiviFIEdl)aneFVI muneBlEdlRkm enH RtUv)anGnuvtþeLIy . maRta 573>. taMgrYcehIy RbsinebIRkmenHRtUv)anGnuvtþ enAmuneBlcat.

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................................................... 34 Section IV....................................................................... Documentary Evidence .................................................. 12 Section IV........................ Joint Litigation .................. Intervention/Participation .... 24 Section I.................... Oral Argument.....THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE OF CAMBODIA Table of Contents BOOK ONE GENERAL PROVISIONS .................................................................................................. In Forma Pauperis (Aid in litigation). Section III...................................................... Imposition of Litigation Costs .................................... 24 Section II................. Distribution of Cases and Exclusion and Challenge of Judges........................... 4 CHAPTER TWO COURT ............................................................................... 26 Section III................. 14 CHAPTER FOUR LITIGATION COSTS................................................. Capacity to be Party and Capacity to Litigate . 22 CHAPTER TWO ORAL ARGUMENT AND PREPARATION THEREFOR .............. 4 Section II............................................................................................ 37 ..................................................................................................................................................................... General Rules.................. OBLIGATIONS OF COURT AND PARTIES ...................... 8 CHAPTER THREE PARTIES ....... 22 CHAPTER ONE SUIT.......... 30 Section II.......................... Examination of Parties.......... Preparatory Documents................................................................. 28 CHAPTER THREE EVIDENCE...... 26 Section IV...... 19 Section IV. 32 Section III.............. 35 Section V...................... 10 Section II............... 4 CHAPTER ONE TENOR OF CODE..... Jurisdiction.......................................... 4 Section I. 16 Section II........... PURPOSE OF CIVIL ACTIONS........................................... 30 Section I..................................................... Preparatory Proceedings for Oral Arguments ............................................................................................................... 10 Section I..... 11 Section III............................ .......................................................... 16 Section I....................................................................................................... Appointed Representatives and Assistants...... Examination of Witnesses..................... 20 CHAPTER FIVE SECURITY UNDER LITIGATION ....................................... etc................. Definitions and Types of Litigation Costs ............ General Rules....................................................................................................................................... 21 BOOK TWO PROCEEDINGS AT THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE ........ 18 Security for Litigation Costs.................. 8 Section III............................... Structure of Courts ..... Expert Testimony .

.. Effectiveness of Judgment ......................... 52 CHAPTER EIGHT DATES............... 45 Section IV.............. General Provisions Regarding Judgment............................... 77 Section III. 40 CHAPTER FOUR INTERRUPTION AND SUSPENSION OF LITIGATION ............................. Dates................................................................................................................................................................................... Inspection ...........................................................................................................................................................................................Section VI........................ 43 Section I............................... Suits Relating to Execution. Transmittal of Judgment ................................................................. 65 CHAPTER FOUR CHOMTOAH APPEAL.......................................................................... Terms.................................... 77 CHAPTER ONE GENERAL PROVISIONS..... 55 Section II.................................................. 44 Section III............... Rulings ............................................ Tenor .............. 44 Section II............................................................. 61 UTTOR APPEAL .................................................. Execution Parties and Representatives ..................................................................................................................................................................... General Provisions Regarding Decisions.................................. 59 BOOK THREE APPEAL......................... 55 Section I............................................................................................................................................ 77 Section I..... Preservation of Evidence .... Default Judgment ..... 48 Section VI....................................................................................... 46 Section V...................... 68 BOOK FOUR RETRIAL ............................................... TERM...................................................... Execution Organs.. 73 CHAPTER ONE DEMAND PROCEDURE .................................... 73 BOOK SIX COMPULSORY EXECUTION .............................................. 70 CHAPTER ONE RETRIAL................................................................. Service.... 70 BOOK FIVE DEMAND PROCEDURE.................................................................... 51 CHAPTER SEVEN SPECIAL PROVISIONS REGARDING SMALL CLAIM MATTERS .................................................. 61 CHAPTER THREE SATUK APPEAL...................... 56 CHAPTER NINE VIEWING OF CASE RECORDS............... 79 Section IV......... 50 CHAPTER SIX CONCLUSION OF ACTION NOT BASED ON JUDGMENT ................... 42 CHAPTER FIVE JUDGMENT ......................... 77 Section II........................................... SERVICE .......................................... 79 Section V..................................................................... 61 CHAPTER ONE CHAPTER TWO GENERAL RULES......................... Necessary Conditions to Execution ...................................... 40 Section VII........................................ 85 ....

............................................................................... 126 Section IV......................... Objection to Preservative Relief .......................... 92 Section III................... Enforcement of Security Interests against Vessels......................................................... 127 Section V...... Ruling of Provisional Attachment............................................................... Procedures for Distribution by Court............................................................................................................................. 143 CHAPTER THREE EXECUTION OF PRESERVATIVE RELIEF ................................. 89 Section I.................. Execution against Immovables .. 90 Section II................... 86 Section VII...................................... Execution Against Claims and Other Property Rights..... Execution against Vessels ............. 151 CHAPTER ONE FINAL PROVISIONS.......................................... Execution Against Movables ...................................... Execution Costs and Inspection of Execution Record ....... Ruling of Provisional Disposition............................. 125 Section III..................................... General Provisions . 140 Section III................... 101 Section V............ 144 BOOK EIGHT TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS .............. Stay and Cancellation of Execution ........... 88 CHAPTER TWO EXECUTION OF CLAIMS HAVING THE OBJECT OF MONETARY PAYMENT ... 147 BOOK NINE FINAL PROVISIONS ....... 112 Section VI............................... 140 Section IV......................Section VI........ 139 Section I....... 132 CHAPTER FOUR EXECUTION OF CLAIM RIGHTS OF WHICH THE SUBJECT MATTER IS NOT MONEY ................ 137 CHAPTER TWO RULING OF PRESERVATIVE RELIEF ... Enforcement of Security Interests against Claims and Other Property .......................................................................................................................... 119 CHAPTER THREE SPECIFIC RULES GOVERNING ENFORCEMENT OF SECURITY INTERESTS...... 123 Section I........................................................................... 151 ...................................... Enforcement of Security Interests against Movables.... 147 CHAPTER ONE TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS .................. 139 Section II.............................................................................................................. Cancellation of Ruling of Preservative Relief ............................... General Provisions ....... 137 CHAPTER ONE GENERAL PROVISIONS. Chomtoah Appeals ..................................... 96 Section IV.. 123 Section II........................ 133 BOOK SEVEN PRESERVATIVE RELIEF................................ 141 Section V................... Attachable Property ...................................................................................... 142 Section VI.................................................................................................. Enforcement of Security Interests against Immovables....................................................................................................................................

and is subject to further review to reflect the Khmer original text more precisely. 2006.kh It is hereby promulgated: The Code of Civil procedure was passed by the National Assembly on May 26. Mr. 2006 during the first session of its second legislature and signed by the King on July 6. The Khmer version is the official version of the Code of Civil Procedure.com. Our Project kindly requests your comments and suggestions. . 2006 during the fourth session of its third legislature. totally adopted on the form and its legal substances by the Senate on June 23. Please send them in writing to: Issei SAKANO. JICA Long-term Expert for the Legal and Judicial Cooperation Project Ministry of Justice / JICA Fax: 855-23-212225 E-mail: issei@online. This translation was made from the Japanese text.NOTE This unofficial English translation was prepared by the JICA Project Office in the Ministry of Justice of the Kingdom of Cambodia for reference purpose only.

. 5. The right of all persons to obtain a court trial in a civil dispute shall be guaranteed. The Khmer language shall be used at court. preserve the principle of "La Contradiction1. the principle of "La Contradiction") 1. The purpose of civil actions is to have courts resolve civil disputes in accordance with the law in order to protect the rights of private parties. shall mean a court that has the right to receive a complaint. PURPOSE OF CIVIL ACTIONS. Regardless of whether public prosecutors have received a notice described in Paragraph 1. Jurisdiction 7. right of party to request interpreter) 1. Where the court deems it necessary for the public welfare. conform to the provisions of this Code. 2.BOOK ONE GENERAL PROVISIONS Chapter One TENOR OF CODE. attend the proceedings of a civil action and present opinions. The court shall. 2. (Tenor of Code) Procedures relating to civil actions shall. and parties shall pursue civil actions honestly and in good faith. where they deems it necessary for the public welfare. (Language used at court. (Attendance of public prosecutors) 1. the state shall provide a qualified interpreter. No party shall be tried without being heard or summoned. Where a party cannot afford to hire a qualified interpreter. except as otherwise provided by other laws. 6. right to obtain trial) 1. 2. OBLIGATIONS OF COURT AND PARTIES 1. 2. 1 "La Contradiction" is the principle of trial in which all opposing parties sit face to face and are provided an equal opportunity to present their legal or factual assertions. adjudicate an action. A party who cannot understand the Khmer language may hire a qualified interpreter. in all cases. public prosecutors may. (Obligations of court and parties) Courts shall make efforts to ensure that civil actions are conducted fairly and speedily. (Right to request examination. (Meaning of court having jurisdiction) A court having jurisdiction. 3. 2. Chapter Two COURT Section I." 4. and render a judgment. the court shall notify public prosecutors of the receipt of a complaint on a case [that may possibly require the attendance of public prosecutors]. (Purpose of civil actions.

). etc. or [2] the location of the domicile of the entity's representative or other principal person in charge of the operations of the entity. the following types of actions may also be brought in the court having jurisdiction over the location set forth below: (a) actions demanding performance of obligations: . .) Actions against the following types of persons shall be brought in the court of first instance that has jurisdiction over the location indicated below: (a) a natural person: . etc. (h) action pertaining to registration: .[1] the location of the entity's administrative headquarters or business office in Cambodia. or which may be seized. where there is no administrative headquarters or business office within Cambodia.the location at which the registration is required.[1] his/her domicile.the location where payment on the bill or check is to be made. or where the location of his/her residence is unknown. (f) actions based in tort: . (e) actions against persons having an administrative headquarters or business office and pertaining to business transacted therein: . where such natural person does not have a domicile within Cambodia.the location of the immovable. or those whose administrative headquarters or business office is unknown: .) In addition to the courts specified in Article 8 (Jurisdiction conferred by address. (b) a Cambodian juridical person: . where such natural person does not have a location of residence within Cambodia.the location of the defendant's property which is the subject of the claim or security interest. [2] the location of residence. (b) actions demanding payment of money on bills or checks: . or [2] the location of the domicile of the entity's representative or other principal person in charge of the operations of the entity in Cambodia. or those whose domicile is unknown: .the location of the administrative headquarters or business office. (c) actions demanding performance of obligations against persons who have no domicile in Cambodia. etc. or [3] his/her last known domicile.the location of the defendant's property which is the subject of the claim or security interest. (g) actions pertaining to immovables: . (Jurisdiction based on property. (Jurisdiction conferred by address. where there is no administrative headquarters or business office.[1] the location of its administrative headquarters or business office.the location where the obligations are to be performed. or where his/her domicile is unknown.8. or which may be seized.the location where the alleged tort occurred. (c) a foreign juridical person . (d) actions demanding performance of obligations against juridical persons that have no administrative headquarters or business office in Cambodia. 9.

or if the court having jurisdiction cannot be designated because the jurisdictional district is unclear. upon motion and by ruling. (Designation of court having jurisdiction) Where the court having jurisdiction cannot exercise its jurisdiction for any reason based in law or fact. all claims may be brought in the court having jurisdiction over one of the claims.(i) actions pertaining to deceased's estate: . 15. the Supreme Court shall. An agreement that determines the court having jurisdiction shall be valid only where it is made between merchant(s) and/or juristic person(s) with regard to the court of first instance. (Jurisdiction over joint claims) Where one action encompasses multiple claims that are subject to the jurisdiction of different courts. or if such person does not have a domicile in Cambodia or his/her domicile is unknown. (Special jurisdiction in cases involving divorce. (Jurisdiction by agreement) 1. 2. (Examination of evidence on court's own authority) The court may examine evidence on its own authority in regard to matters relating to its . 16. The agreement referred to in Paragraph 1 shall not be valid unless it pertains to an action based on a specific legal relationship and is made in writing. the location of residence shall be used. or where such location of residence is unclear. the location of his/her last known domicile. determine the court having jurisdiction. the last known domicile shall be used. (Jurisdiction as a result of failure to raise objection) Where. or if such person does not have a location of residence in Cambodia or his/her location of residence is unknown. the court shall be deemed to have jurisdiction [over the case]. 2. 12. 14. Where there is no location of residence. parent-child relationships) 1. or where a domicile within Cambodia is not clear. (Exception in case of statutory exclusive jurisdiction) The provisions of Articles 13 (Jurisdiction by agreement) and 14 (Jurisdiction as a result of failure to raise objection) shall not apply to actions regarding which exclusive jurisdiction is conferred by law. 11. An action for divorce or an action to confirm the existence or nonexistence of a parent-child relationship shall be heard exclusively by the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the location of the domicile of the person whose statue is related to the action. 13. at the court of first instance.the location of the domicile of the deceased at the time the inheritance commences. Where the domicile described in Paragraph 1 is not within Cambodia. the defendant makes statements on the merits at the court dates of the preparatory procedure for oral argument or offers argument on the merits at the court dates for oral argument without contesting jurisdiction. the location of his/her residence. 10.

except where it is made at a court date. (Binding effect. and any other relevant matters. Where a motion is made by a party pursuant to Paragraph 1. transfer all or part of such action to another court having jurisdiction if it determines that such a transfer is necessary in order to avoid significant delay in the progress of the action. etc. of transfer ruling) 1.jurisdiction. the reasons for the motion shall be clearly stated. When a ruling to transfer an action has become final and binding. (Restriction on transfer in case of exclusive jurisdiction) The provisions of Article 19 (Transfer to avoid delay. Such transfer shall take into account the location of the domiciles of the parties and the witnesses to be examined. (Chomtoah Appeal) A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling ordering a transfer or dismissing a motion to transfer. the court shall consider the opinion of the other party when making its ruling. even where an action falls under its jurisdiction. upon motion or on its own authority. etc. the action shall be deemed pending ab initio before the court to which it has been transferred. 17. (Time of determination of jurisdiction) The jurisdiction of the court shall be determined as at the time when a complaint is filed. When determining on its own authority to order a transfer pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 1. the ruling shall be binding on the court to which the action has been transferred. When a ruling to transfer an action has become final and binding. etc. 2.) 1. the court issuing the ruling to transfer shall forward the record of the case to the court to which the action has been transferred. . 2. 21. The motion for transfer shall be made in writing. The court to which an action is transferred may not transfer the action to another court. 20. 18. or in the interest of fairness to the parties. A court of first instance may. the court may consider the opinions of the parties. it shall transfer such action or part thereof to a court having jurisdiction. 4. Where the court determines that it lacks jurisdiction over all or part of an action.) shall not apply where the action falls by law under the exclusive jurisdiction of the court before which the action is pending. the location of the objects to be inspected. 22. (Handling of situations where jurisdiction does not exist) 1. Where a ruling to transfer an action has become final and binding. 2. Where such a motion is made. upon motion or on its own authority. 19. 3. (Transfer to avoid delay.

Cases shall be distributed automatically to each judge pursuant to Paragraph 1. 4. 3. (Exclusion of a judge) 1. and it is determined that adjudication of the case using a panel of judges is appropriate. the panel shall issue a ruling as such. 3.Section II. 1. as described in Paragraph 1. (Distribution of cases) 1. Structure of Courts 23. (Decision by panel) 1. A panel described in Paragraph 2 shall consist of three judges. or where there is a continuing problem in using a particular judge due to the long-term absence of the judge or other reasons. (Deliberations of panel) The deliberations of a panel in a case shall not be open to the public. as well as the opinions of the judges and the size of the majority. (Individual and panel systems for trials of first instance) 1. Courts of first instance shall handle cases by a single judge. 2. 27. 2. 2. The distribution of cases within a court. Each judge comprising the panel shall be given an equal vote. 25. cases in which it is established by law that the case should be heard and (b) adjudicated by a panel of judges. except for the cases described in Paragraph 2. A judge shall be excluded from performing his/her duties in any of the following situations: . Each judge shall express his/her opinions during the deliberations. Where a panel of judges conducts the trial and decision pursuant to the provisions of subparagraph (a) of Paragraph 2. etc. 26. 24. 2. shall not be changed during the year except where one judge is deemed to have an excessive workload. The deliberations shall be commenced and controlled by the presiding judge. 4. shall be maintained in strict secrecy. and the order of appointment of substitute judges where there is a problem in using a particular judge [in a case] shall be determined in advance for each year by the president of that court. A case shall be decided in accordance with the opinions of the majority of the judges comprising the panel. Distribution of Cases and Exclusion and Challenge of Judges. 3. The following types of cases shall be handled by a panel of judges: cases in which the value of the subject matter of the action equals or (a) exceeds 5 million riels. The progress of the deliberations. one of which shall be the presiding judge. Changes made for these reasons shall be decided on by the president of that court. taking into consideration the number of parties and any other relevant circumstances. or where a judge retires or is transferred. The distribution of cases within a court and the order of appointment of substitute judges where there is a problem in using a particular judge. Section III.

A judge may not participate in a decision regarding his/her own exclusion or regarding a challenge submitted against him/her. . this shall not apply where the existence of the ground for challenge was unknown to the party. 5. 4. Where any of the reasons for exclusion described in Paragraph 1 exist. A motion for exclusion or challenge shall be made in writing and by establishing to a preliminary showing the existence of the grounds therefor. where the judge or the judge's current or former spouse is a party. A party who has made oral argument or has made a statement during the preparatory procedure for oral argument before a judge may not challenge that judge. 30. (c) Where litigation is or was pending between the judge and a party. the proceedings in the case shall be halted until the ruling on the motion becomes final and binding. However. the judge may offer an opinion with respect to the motion for exclusion or challenge. Where a motion for exclusion or challenge is filed. 28. However. has participated in a prior decision in the case regarding which an appeal was filed or in a decision of an inferior court. 29.(a) (b) 2. Any party may challenge a judge where circumstances exist with respect to the judge that would hinder the impartiality of the judge's adjudication. The exclusion or challenge of a judge shall be determined through a ruling rendered by a panel of judges of the court to which the judge belongs. or is or was a relative by affinity within the third degree of relationship. 3. 2. the court shall render a decision to exclude the judge upon motion or on its own authority. where the judge is the guardian of a party. 2. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a ruling denying exclusion or challenge. 6. (Recusal) A judge may recuse him/herself or herself from a case with the permission of the director of the court to which the judge belongs where the provisions of Paragraph 1 of Article 27 (Exclusion of a judge) or Paragraph 1 of Article 28 (Challenge of a judge) apply. (Ruling on exclusion or challenge) 1. (Challenge of a judge) 1. An appeal may not be filed against a ruling ordering exclusion or granting a challenge. this shall not apply to the preservation of evidence or other urgently needed actions. However. (f) or (g) where the judge has participated in arbitration in the case. where the judge is a relative by blood of a party within the sixth degree of relationship. (e) where the judge is or was the attorney or assistant for a party in the case. or has offered legal advice in the case. or where the ground for challenge arose after the making of the argument or statement. (d) where the judge has become a witness or an expert witness in the case.

1. Chapter Three PARTIES Section I. if there exists a danger that damage will be incurred due to delay. [A person under partial guardianship or] a legal representative must acquire special authorization to conduct either of the following acts of litigation: (a) discontinuance of the suit. (Measures in case of defect in capacity to litigate) 1. 4. [A person under partial guardianship or] a legal representative need not obtain the approval of [the guardian or] his supervisor or acquire any other special authorization to conduct acts of litigation in an action or appeal filed by the other party. the ruling on a motion for exclusion or challenge shall be rendered by the court to which the court clerk belongs. (Capacity to be party. 35. 2. or (b) discontinuance of Uttor appeal or Satuk appeal. capacity to litigate. or conduct any other necessary acts of litigation. Persons who have the capacity to independently perform [legal acts] pursuant to the provisions of the Civil Code or other laws may file a suit on their own as a plaintiff. In such cases. 3. Minors and persons placed under general guardianship may not conduct valid acts of litigation except through their legal representative. However. (Special provisions regarding acts of litigation performed by person under partial guardianship or legal representative) 1. compromise.31. this shall not apply where a minor is allowed to perform [legal acts] independently. Capacity to be Party and Capacity to Litigate 32. or abandonment or admission of the claim. 33. In such cases. the court may permit the act of litigation to be conducted pro tempore. (Mutatis mutandis application to court clerk) The provisions of this section shall apply mutatis mutandis to court clerks. . 2. representation of persons lacking capacity to litigate) Persons who are entitled to exercise rights or assume obligations in their names pursuant to the provisions of the Civil Code or other laws may be a plaintiff or defendant in a civil suit. or in the authorization to conduct litigation. answer an action as a defendant. even if the foreign national lacks the capacity to litigate under the laws of his/her own country. [Any issues or questions] regarding legal representatives and their authority shall be governed by the provisions of the Civil Code and other laws. in the authority necessary to act as legal representative. Where there is a defect in the capacity to litigate. (Special provision regarding capacity of foreign national to litigate) A foreign national shall be deemed to possess the capacity to litigate if they would otherwise have such capacity under Cambodian law. 34. the court shall order that the defect be corrected within a period designated by the court.

3. (c) where the rights or obligations comprising the subject-matter of the action are of the same type and are based on the same type of grounds in fact and law. Joint Litigation 39. A decision to appoint or replace a special representative shall also be notified to the special representative. 37. The person giving notification of termination of authority to act as legal representative shall also notify the court in writing of such termination. in their authority as a legal representative. such persons may sue or be sued as joint litigants: (a) where such persons share common rights or obligations comprising the subject-matter of the action. An act of litigation carried out by a person that suffers from a defect in capacity to litigate. (Mutatis mutandis application to representative of juridical person) The provisions of this Code pertaining to legal representation and legal representatives shall apply mutatis mutandis to representatives of juridical persons. 3. The special representative shall have the same authorization as a guardian to conduct litigation. 38. 36. Section II. and events or matters arising with respect to one . A person who intends to conduct litigation against a person lacking the capacity to litigate in cases where that person has no legal representative. The court may. shall be established in writing. and the authorization necessary to conduct litigation. (Status of joint litigants in ordinary joint litigation) Acts of litigation conducted by one joint litigant. (Special representative) 1. 2. replace the special representative. may apply to the court before which the action is pending for the appointment of a special representative upon establishing to a preliminary showing that there exists a danger of damage occurring due to delay. (b) where the rights or obligations comprising the subject-matter of the action arise out of the same grounds in fact and law. 40. 4. 2. or where the legal representative cannot represent that person. A termination of authority to act as legal representative shall be ineffective unless the other party is notified of such termination by the party or the party's representative. at any time. or by the legal representative. (General requirements for joint litigation) Where any of the following circumstances are shared among multiple persons. acts of litigation conducted by the adversary party against a joint litigant. shall have retroactive effect from the time the act was done. (Notice of termination of legal representative's authority) 1. or in their authorization necessary to conduct litigation.2. The authority to act as legal representative. if such act is ratified by such person after the defect has ceased to exist.

45. etc. the court shall decide. the other nominated parties may conduct acts of litigation on behalf of all. 4. Section III. and shall be made to the court in which acts of litigation based on intervention are to be conducted. (Nomination of party) 1. where the rights or obligations comprising the subject-matter of the action shall be determined only jointly for all joint litigants. 2. In the circumstances described in Paragraph 1. 2. by ruling. Where one or more person(s) are nominated pursuant to Paragraph 1 to serve as plaintiff(s) or defendant(s) while an action is pending. (Rules regarding trial in compulsory joint litigation) 1. 3. (Assisting intervention) A third party having a legal interest in the outcome of litigation may participate in the litigation in order to assist one of the parties. Multiple persons having a common interest may nominate one or several among them to serve as plaintiff(s) or defendant(s) on their behalf. 2. such interruption or suspension shall be effective as to all joint litigants. In the circumstances described in Paragraph 1. An application for assisting intervention shall state clearly the party on whose behalf the intervention is sought as well as the reasons for the intervention. 41. 3. irrespective of the provisions of Article 40 (Status of joint litigants in ordinary joint litigation). An application for assisting intervention may be made together with acts of litigation that can be conducted by an assisting intervenor.joint litigant shall have no effect on the other joint litigants. (Application for assisting intervention) 1. Intervention/Participation 43. Acts of litigation conducted by one joint litigant shall inure to the benefit of all joint litigants. 44. where grounds for an interruption or suspension of proceedings against one joint litigant exists. In such cases. 42. an act of litigation conducted by the adversary party against one joint litigant shall be effective against all joint litigants. The objection referred to in Paragraph 1 may not be raised if such party has made statements during preparatory procedure for oral argument or has made argument . whether to grant or deny the application. Where a party objects to an application for assisting intervention. Those who nominated the plaintiff(s) or defendant(s) pursuant to Paragraph 1 may revoke such nomination. the prospective assisting intervenor shall show to a preliminary showing the grounds for assisting intervention. 2. Where one of a group of nominated parties loses the capacity to serve in such capacity due to death or for any other reason. or replace plaintiff(s) or defendant(s) serving on their behalf.) 1. the other parties shall be seceded from the action. (Objection to assisting intervention.

2. such act shall be valid even where a decision denying intervention has become final and binding. file appeals. 2. the provisions of Paragraph 2 of Article 46 (Acts of litigation by assisting intervenor) and of subparagraphs (b) and (c) of Article 47 (Effect of judgment against assisting intervenor) shall not apply. except in the following situations: (a) where the assisting intervenor could not conduct acts of litigation due to the provisions of the second sentence of Paragraph 1 of Article 46 (Acts of litigation by assisting intervenor). Where the subject-matter of an action is to be determined only jointly between one of the parties and a third person. 48. (c) where the assisted party obstructed the acts of litigation conducted by the assisting intervenor. An act of litigation conducted by an assisting intervenor shall be invalid if it is inconsistent with an act of litigation conducted by the assisted party. . even where an objection has been raised to such intervention. the assisting intervenor is bound by such decision as between the assisted party and the assisting intervenor. 3. this shall not apply to acts that cannot be conducted by the assisted party at the time intervention occurs. or otherwise conduct any act of litigation in the action. Where an act of litigation conducted by an assisting intervenor has been ratified by a party. 46. raise objections. (Acts of litigation by assisting intervenor) An assisting intervenor may advance offensive or defensive measures. (Effect of judgment against assisting intervenor) In an action that has been entered by an assisting intervenor. until a decision denying intervention has become final and binding. In cases described in Paragraph 1. 3. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against the ruling described in Paragraph 1. where a decision adverse to the assisted party has become final and binding.during oral argument without raising the objection. Where the binding effect of a final judgment is to extend as between an assisting intervenor and the adversary party to the assisted party. (d) where the assisted party intentionally or negligently failed to conduct acts of litigation that could not be conducted by the assisting intervenor. An assisting intervenor may conduct acts of litigation. (Application of joint litigation principles to a special type of assisting intervention) 1. 4. 49. submit motions for retrial. (b) where the acts of litigation conducted by the assisting intervenor were invalid due to the provisions of Paragraph 2 of Article 46 (Acts of litigation by assisting intervenor). the third person may intervene in the action as a joint litigant. However. 1. the status of the assisting intervenor in the litigation shall be equivalent to that of a joint litigant under Article 41 (Rules regarding trial in compulsory joint litigation). 47. (Intervention as joint litigant) 1.

The parties to an action may. 2. 3. file a separate action against both parties to that action as joint defendants with the court of first instance in which the underlying action was filed. A third person who alleges that all or part of the rights comprising the subject-matter of an action between other persons belong to such third person may. A party may conduct all aspects of litigation on his/her own or by means of an appointed representative appointed by the party. Even where a party has appointed an appointed representative. Notice of an action shall be made by filing with the court a writing stating the grounds therefor and the current progress of the litigation. (Litigation by appointed representative) 1. (Action against plaintiff and defendant as joint defendants) 1. the court in which the action was filed may consolidate the two cases. Section IV. this shall not apply to an admission of fact or other statement relating to fact if the party immediately repudiates or revises the admission or statement. such person shall be deemed to have intervened at the time intervention became possible. Appointed Representatives and Assistants 52. (Notice of action) 1. The written application described in Paragraph 3 shall be served on the other joint litigants and on the adversary party. However. at any time during the pendency of the action. 2. The provisions of Article 44 (Application for assisting intervention) shall apply mutatis mutandis to applications for intervention under Paragraph 1. (Qualification of appointed representative) 1. during the pendency of the action give notice of the action to third parties entitled to intervene. 4. Where a separate action is filed pursuant to Paragraph 1 while the underlying action is pending in the court of first instance. The court shall serve this writing on the persons who are to receive it and on the adversary party in the litigation. 3. 2. for purposes of the application of Article 47 (Effect of judgment against assisting intervenor). Acts of litigation performed by an appointed representative shall have the same effect as if they were performed by the party. 51. the party may sit in the court together with the representative and present oral argument. 3. (b) and that organ or the organ's representative designates an employee . The appointed representative described in Article 52 (Litigation by appointed representative) shall be an attorney.2. the executive department or other state organ is a party. at any time. Applications for intervention under Paragraph 1 shall be made in writing. where the state. except in the following situations: where a third party who is not an attorney is permitted by this Code or (a) other laws to conduct litigation. 50. Even where a person receiving notice of an action does not intervene therein. 53.

abandonment or acknowledgement of claims. 3. 2. The court may at any time revoke the approval granted to a third party pursuant to subparagraph (c) of Paragraph 1. appeal and the discontinuance thereof. where the court approves a specific third party who is not an attorney to act as representative in cases where the value of the subject matter of the action is less than one million riels. or abandonment or acknowledgment of claims. The termination of an appointed representative's authority shall be ineffective unless the other party is notified of such termination by the party or his/her representative. discontinuance of a suit. the loss of the party's capacity to litigate or the substitution of the legal representative. settlement. 3. Where an appointed representative is an attorney. cross-action. 2. Where there is a suspected defect in the authority of an appointed representative. answer. Where a defect exists in the authority of an appointed representative. etc. A party may at any time dismiss an appointed representative. 4. 3. 56. (Non-termination of authority of appointed representative) The authority of an appointed representative shall not be terminated by the death of the party. or on the completion of the tasks for which the appointment was made. intervention/participation in a litigation [pending between third parties]. 57. except as it pertains to the filing of a cross-action. (Grounds for termination of authority of appointed representative) 1. (c) 2. or appointment of a secondary representative. secession from the litigation. the party may not limit the scope of the representative's authority. appeal. 55. The authority of an appointed representative shall terminate on the representative's death or loss of qualification. (Authority of appointed representative) 1. The authority to act as [appointed] representative for purposes of litigation shall include the authority to carry out preservative measures or compulsory execution. Where the appointed representative is not an attorney. 5. 2. or receive performance of an obligation. and an appointed representative may at any time resign. (Measures where defect in authority exists) 1. including the filing of a complaint. appoint a secondary representative. the court shall . the court shall investigate on its own authority the existence of such authority regardless of the stage of the proceedings.thereof to act as representative. The provisions of Paragraphs 1 through 4 shall not apply to a representative who is permitted by law to conduct acts of litigation in place of the party. The authority of an appointed representative shall be established in writing. settlement. etc. the party may allow the representative to represent the party only in regard to specified acts of litigation. An appointed representative shall have authority to conduct all aspects of litigation in the case for which the representative is appointed. 54.

000 riels.3. compensation for breach of contract or costs is an incidental object of the action. this shall not apply with respect to these claims. Statements made by an assistant shall be deemed to be made by the party or the appointed representative unless they are immediately repudiated or revised by the party or the appointed representative. 2 An "assistants" is a person who allowed to supplement arguments or statements presented by the party or representative or clarify the grounds of the assertion of the party. the value of such claim shall not be included in the computation of the value of the subject matter of the action. 2. Where it is impossible to determine the value of the action. Where a claim for fruits [including any kinds of asset-derived income]. where the action requires highly specialized or technical knowledge to resolve the case (e. with the permission of the court. (Assistant2) 1. 63). Where multiple claims are asserted in one action. The permission described in Paragraph 1 may be revoked at any time. 61) and "advance" (Art. in accordance with the provisions of Article 64 (Apportionment of litigation costs and compensation for costs). Acts of litigation conducted by a person lacking authority to act as appointed representative shall have retroactive effect if ratified by the party. defect of hearing ability. etc. 3. 60. Where it is difficult to determine the value of the action in accordance with Paragraph 1. 2. order that the defect be corrected within a specified period of time. 3. Chapter Four LITIGATION COSTS3 Section I. Definitions and Types of Litigation Costs 59. computation of value of joint claims) 1. an intellectual property related case) or where the party suffers from a speech disorder. the court may permit the representative to conduct the litigation pro tempore. appear before the court with an assistant where necessary in order to clarify any factual or legal ambiguity in the case. the court shall determine the value of the action in its reasonable discretion.g. (Computation of value of subject matter of action. . 3 "Litigation costs" as used in this translation include both (i) "court costs" which are comprised of "filing fee" (Art. (Scope and amount of costs of civil action to be borne by parties or other persons) The parties or other persons4 shall bear [1] the "court costs" set forth in Articles 61(Filing fee) and 62 (Court costs other than filing fees) and [2] the "party's costs" set forth in Article 63 (Party's costs).500. 62) and (ii) "party's costs" (Art. the value of the subject matter of the action shall be computed by aggregating the values of the multiple claims.. 4 Costs to be borne by "other persons" are only the ones set forth in Paragraph 4 of Article 64. provided however that. where the interest asserted in the action is the same for each claim. damages. A party or appointed representative may. The value of the subject matter of an action shall be computed based on the value of the interest claimed in the action. 58. In this case. the value shall be deemed 5.

5 times the fee computed in accordance with Paragraph 1 and 2 shall be paid to the court. shall be computed in accordance with the provisions of Article 60 (Computation of value of subject matter of action. 5.000. for the portion of the value of the subject matter of the action exceeding (b) 10. When a Satuk appeal is filed. 300 riels for each 2. a fee equal to twice the fee shall be paid to the court. or where a decision dismissing [without prejudice] the suit prior to oral argument has become final .000 riels. 4. Fees shall be paid by cash at the reception area of the court. The value of the subject matter of an action.000 riels shall be paid to the court. on which the determination of the amount of the filing fee is based in Paragraph 1. (2) where a settlement has been reached between the parties before the commencement of oral argument.000 riels. 100. 700riels for each 100. In the following cases.000.the portion of the fee paid in excess. If the motion is deemed as filing a complaint pursuant to paragraph 2 of Article 327 (Effect of objection to issuance of demand ruling brought after declaration of provisional execution) or Article 331 (Conversion to litigation arising from provisional execution). where an action has been discontinued prior to the end of the first hearing date for oral argument.000 riels. a fee equal to 1.61. 3. A motion for which the required fee is not paid shall be deemed an unlawful motion.000 riels.000 riels.000. the person who made the motion shall pay a fee calculated by extracting the fee paid for the motion for a demand ruling from the fee calculated pursuant to paragraph 1 above.000 riels shall be paid to the court. computation of value of joint claims).000. a fee equal to 10. a fee determined by means of the following formulae in accordance with the value of the subject matter of the action shall be paid to the court: for the portion of the value of the subject matter of the action up to (a) 10.000. 8. (c) for the portion of the value of the subject matter of the action exceeding 100.000riels and up to 100.000. a fee equal to 5. (Filing fee) 1.000 riels. 1.000riels for each 100. When a motion for retrial is filed. 7. a fee equal one half of the fee calculated in accordance with paragraph 1 above shall be paid to the court. 6.000 riels.000 riels. When a motion or request for the court's decision is filed over any matter other than those matters set forth in Paragraph 1 and Paragraphs 3 through 5. 100 riels for each 100.000. When a motion for a demand ruling is filed [in accordance with the demand procedure set forth in BOOK V of this Code]. the amount of fee set forth below shall be returned on the motion of the person who paid the fee: (1) where the fee was paid in excess: .000. (d) for the portion of the value of the subject matter of the action exceeding 1. When an Uttor appeal is filed.000 riels and up to 1. When a suit is filed.

62. Imposition of Litigation Costs 64. 4. and other relevant factors. impose all or part of the litigation costs on a prevailing party . The amount of costs stipulated in Paragraph 1 and unpaid in advance may. (b) travel costs. The party or the interested person who is required to make payment pursuant to Paragraph 1 shall be. and costs incurred in submitting such documents to the court. etc. [1] with regard to costs to be incurred in conducting acts initiated upon a motion. where investigation of the evidence. investigation of the facts. an amount equivalent to necessary travel and lodging costs for a judge (b) and a court clerk. Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 1. (Party's costs) In addition to those costs set forth in Articles 61 (Filing fee) and 62 (Court costs other than filing fees). 3. or carry out any other procedural act during civil litigation. The court shall require that the costs to be paid by a party or interested person in connection with acts for which payment is required pursuant to Paragraph 1 be paid in advance. [2] with regard to costs to be incurred in conducting acts initiated by the court's authority. the person designated by the court. and (c) other costs approved by the court as necessary for carrying out the litigation. 5. the moving party. upon the ruling of the court. 2. per diem allowances and lodging costs incurred in connection with the appearance of the party and his/her representative at court. Amounts determined by the court as set forth below shall be paid as court costs by the parties or by persons interested in the case: an amount which is necessary for the court to investigate the evidence. Litigation costs shall be borne by the losing party. (a) deliver documents. Where advance payment is ordered in accordance with the provisions of Paragraph 3 but the party or interested person does not make the payment. Section II. The apportionment of litigation costs between the parties in case of a partial defeat shall be left to the discretion of the court. the amount of costs set forth below which the court determines as reasonable by taking into account of the nature of the case.and binding: . the financial ability of the parties. and. be collected from the person who is to bear such costs pursuant to Article 64 (Apportionment of litigation costs and compensation for costs). preparatory documents for oral argument. or other action is to be carried out outside the courtroom. (Apportionment of litigation costs and compensation for costs) 1. 63. 2.half of the fee paid. (Court costs other than filing fees) 1. in accordance with the circumstances. the court may. the court may refrain from performing the acts requiring payment of such costs. shall be deemed litigation costs: (a) costs incurred in producing documents such as complaints or other types of motions.

A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against the ruling referred to in Paragraph 4. A disposition [by the court clerk] relating to the motion referred to in Paragraph 1 shall take effect when notice thereof is given in a manner deemed proper. This shall also apply where a court to which a case has been remanded or transferred issues a decision that terminates the case. Joint parties shall bear an equal share of the litigation costs. decide on the imposition of all litigation costs incurred in that court. the amount of costs to be borne by each party shall be deemed set off to the extent that they are equal. Where the court determines that there are sufficient grounds for the motion. (Order to provide security) 1. 66. on the defendant's motion. appointed representative or court clerk intentionally or through gross negligence causes unnecessary costs to be incurred. Where a decision on the merits is changed by a higher court. 3.3. each party shall bear those costs that they have incurred. 65. order [via ruling] that such person pay compensation for such costs. (Procedures to fix amount of litigation costs) 1. (Decision regarding imposition of litigation costs) 1. who has performed acts of litigation unnecessary to assert or defend its case or who has delayed the proceedings. 5. 4. upon motion or on its own authority. Where a defendant has presented oral argument or made statements during the . If the settlement does not address the imposition of litigation costs. Section III. This shall also apply where the amount of security becomes insufficient. Where a plaintiff does not have a domicile. The period described in Paragraph 4 may not be extended. issue a ruling ordering the plaintiff to furnish security for litigation costs. However. the court may. it shall fix the amount of litigation costs on its own. the court shall. When issuing a decision that terminates a case. litigation costs shall be imposed in accordance with those set forth in the settlement. 2. where the case is settled. Where a legal representative. 2. upon motion. 5. impose litigation costs on the joint parties jointly and severally. A motion raising an objection to the disposition referred to in Paragraph 3 must be raised within one week from the date on which the notice of the disposition is received. where both parties are to bear the litigation costs. Where the case is terminated other than through a judicial decision. in accordance with the circumstances. In cases referred to in Paragraph 1. 3. Security for Litigation Costs 67. it shall issue a decision regarding the imposition of all litigation costs incurred so far. on its own authority. the court in which the action is pending may. the court of first instance shall. office or place of business in Cambodia. or may impose a greater share of litigation costs on a party who has performed acts of litigation unnecessary to assert or defend their case. The court clerk for the court of first instance shall fix the amount of litigation costs upon motion after the decision imposing litigation costs has become enforceable. 2. issue a ruling imposing litigation costs. 4. However. the court shall.

this shall be (b) limited to cases where. the court determines such exemption to be proper by taking into account the party's financial state and other circumstances. (Nature of In forma Pauperis) 1. or for a person who will face extreme hardship in its life by paying such costs. However. However. upon motion of an interested person or on its own authority. 3. However. order via ruling to provide in forma pauperis (aid in litigation) for a person who lacks the means to pay costs necessary for the preparation and maintenance of an action. (Effect of failure to provide security) Where a plaintiff fails to furnish security within the specified time period. upon motion.3. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against the ruling described in Paragraph 1. A defendant who makes the motion described in Paragraph 1 may refuse to respond until the plaintiff furnishes security. 3. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against the rulings described in Article 69 . 2. or where he/she has no longer meet such requirements. Where it is discovered that the beneficiary of a ruling for the in forma pauperis (aid in litigation) did not meet the necessary requirements set forth in Article 69 (Provision of In Forma Pauperis). 2. 68. this shall not apply where security is furnished before such judgment. The court may. In Forma Pauperis (Aid in litigation) 69. 4. after the deferment of payment has ended. preparatory procedure for oral argument on the merits of the action while knowing of the existence of grounds for the furnishing of security. 5. 6. The amount of security shall be fixed based on the total amount of costs that the defendant may incur in the trials of all instances. (Provision of In Forma Pauperis) 1. 4. such defendant may not make the motion described in Paragraph 1. the court in which the case record resides may. the court shall establish the amount of security and specify time period within which it must be furnished. the court may issue a judgment dismissing [without prejudice] the action without oral argument. 70. A ruling ordering the provision of in forma pauperis (aid in litigation) may include the following elements: deferment of payment of court costs. this shall not apply where it is clear that the person has no prospect of prevailing in the action. In its ruling described in Paragraph 1. revoke its ruling to provide in forma pauperis (aid in litigation) and order the payment of costs that had been subject to deferral or exemption via ruling. or (a) exemption from the payment of court costs. The [existence of] grounds for in forma pauperis (aid in litigation) shall be established to a preliminary showing. at any time. A ruling on whether or not to render in forma pauperis (aid in litigation) shall be made in each court before which the case is pending. Section IV. A ruling for the provision of in forma pauperis (aid in litigation) shall inure only to the benefit of the person on whose behalf the ruling is made.

order by ruling that the security be changed. The provisions of Paragraph 2 shall also apply where it is established that the person who furnished the security has obtained the consent of the person entitled to security to cancellation of the security. Where a person who has furnished security has established that the grounds for the provision of security have disappeared. However. (Rights of person receiving provision of security) The person receiving a provision of security in order to secure such person's rights is entitled to receive payment from the cash or negotiable securities deposited in accordance with the provisions of Article 71 (Method of providing security and change in security) in preference to other creditors. . demands upon motion of the person who furnished the security that the person entitled to security exercise such rights within two weeks and the person entitled to security fails to exercise such right within such time period. upon motion. this shall not prevent the security from being changed to a different security based on a contractual agreement. 3.(Provision of In Forma Pauperis) and in this Article. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against the rulings described in Paragraphs 2 and 3. 73. 72. Where the court. upon motion of the person who furnished security. A 'person entitled to security' as used in this Article means a person who receives a 2. 5. after the occurrence of grounds for the exercise of the rights conferred on the person entitled to security. 4. Security shall be provided based on [a method in which cash or negotiable securities deemed appropriate by the court are deposited with a deposit office] [a method in which cash or negotiable securities deemed appropriate by the court are deposited with the court] [another method established by law]. the person entitled to security shall be deemed to have consented to the cancellation of the security. the court shall. provision of security for the benefit of such person. order by ruling that such security be cancelled. The court may. Chapter Five SECURITY UNDER LITIGATION 71. 2. (Method of providing security and change in security) 1. (Cancellation of security) 1.

76. 2. A complaint shall include the following matters: (a) the names and addresses of the parties. important facts and evidence relating to such facts. 77. if the plaintiff fails to cure the defect. 1. 2. In addition to the matters set forth in subparagraph (b) of Paragraph 2. 1. Matters to be included in complaint). and (b) [the contents of the main text of] the judgment sought. Matters to be included in complaint) A suit shall be filed through the filing of a written complaint with a court. 3. the court shall dismiss [without prejudice] the complaint via ruling. (Consolidation of claims) Several claims may be consolidated in one suit to the extent that the same litigation procedures apply thereto. and the facts necessary to specify the claim. In the cases set forth in Paragraph 1. and the names and addresses of their legal representatives. for each matter requiring proof. 2. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling issued pursuant to Paragraph 2. 4. and shall set forth. 1. (Service of complaint) The complaint shall be served on the defendant(s). (Benefit of suit) A suit may be filed where the claim to be adjudicated by the court is based on a specific legal dispute. 78.BOOK TWO PROCEEDINGS AT THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE Chapter One SUIT 74. 3. (Suit for future performance) A suit demanding future performance may be filed only where the nature of the claim requires that it be filed prior to the time of performance. 75. This shall also apply where the filing fee set forth in Article 61 (Filing fee) is not paid. (Method of filing suit. the plaintiff shall make efforts to describe concretely in the complaint the facts necessary to support the claims contained therein. (Investigation of complaint) Where a complaint violates the provisions of Paragraph 2 of Article 75 (Method of filing suit. The provisions of Article 78 (Investigation of complaint) shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases in which the complaint cannot be served. the court shall order that the defects giving rise to said violation be cured within a reasonable period of time set by the court. The same shall apply to cases in which any fees necessary to effect service have not been paid by the . and where such dispute can be resolved by means of a judicial judgment. A complaint that advances offensive or defensive measures shall also serve as a preparatory document for oral argument. 79.

The date set pursuant to Paragraph 1 shall fall within 30 days of the date of filing of the complaint. the court shall promptly set a court date for preparatory proceedings for oral argument and summon the parties to appear. 4.plaintiff. 1. 2. 85. the court may issue a judgment dismissing [without prejudice] the suit without hearing oral argument. . (Designation of date of initial preparatory proceedings for oral argument) When a complaint is filed. 2. If the court determines the amendment of a claim to be improper. and such prepayment is not timely made. The writing referred to in Paragraph 2 must be served on the other party. this shall not apply where such a claim seeking such confirmation falls by law under the exclusive jurisdiction of a different court. 3. this shall not apply where such amendment would result in a substantial delay in the proceedings. 1. it shall. The provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3 of Article 84 (Amendment of claim) shall apply mutatis mutandis to the broadening of claims referred to in Paragraph 1. (Prohibition of duplicative suits) A party may not file suit regarding a case that is already before the court. upon motion or on its own authority. 1. issue a ruling stating that such amendment will not be permitted. and the issue of such existence or nonexistence becomes a matter of dispute during the case. 2. Claims must be amended in writing. 84. the court may dismiss [without prejudice] the suit via ruling unless the defendant objects. However. except where there is special justification for setting a later date. 82. (Action for interlocutory confirmation) Where a decision [on the merits] in a case depends on the existence or nonexistence of a legal relationship. 2. 1. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling of dismissal issued pursuant to Paragraph 1. 80. the plaintiff may amend such claims until the conclusion of oral argument. the plaintiff may broaden the claims and the defendant may file a cross-complaint to seek a judgment to confirm whether such legal relationship exists. However. 83. (Dismissal of suit for failure to prepay summons fee) Where the court has ordered the plaintiff to prepay the fee necessary for the summons on a party to appear on a court date as required by the provisions of this Code within an appropriate period designated by the court. (Dismissal of suit without oral argument) Where a suit is legally defective and such defect cannot be cured. 81. (Amendment of claim) So long as the basis for the claims stated in the complaint is not changed.

etc. a cross-complaint in the court in which the main action is pending. 87. (Authority to request explanation. 2. the court may. where the claims forming the basis for the cross-complaint are related to the claims forming the basis of the original complaint or to defenses thereto. the provisions of Article 48 (Application of joint litigation principles to a special type of assisting intervention) shall apply. A party who has made such assignment or transfer shall not lose the status as the party to the action. 88.) While an action is pending. 1. 3. The presiding judge may allow statements. An assignment or transfer described in Paragraph 1 shall have no effect on the action. (Transfer of disputed thing. 90. question the parties or suggest that they present arguments or evidence on such matter. on the date set for preparatory proceedings for oral argument or on the date set for oral argument. etc. (Time of effecting interruption of prescription. 2. 1. Chapter Two ORAL ARGUMENT AND PREPARATION THEREFOR Section I. at any time prior to the conclusion of oral argument. 2. General Rules 89. 1. (Cross-complaint) The defendant may file.) A judicial claim [seeking performance by an obligor] that is necessary for interruption of a period for [extinctive] prescription [set forth in the Civil Code or other laws] or for compliance with a period established by law shall take effect from the date on which the suit is filed or on the date of submission of the documents specified in Paragraph 2 of Article 84 (Amendment of claim) or in Paragraph 2 of Article 85 (Action for interlocutory confirmation) that refers to Paragraph 2 of Article 84 (Amendment of claim). The parties may ask the court to present any necessary questions to the other party on the date set for preparatory proceedings for oral argument or on the date set for . 2. Where a person who receives an assignment or transfer described in Paragraph 1 becomes an assisting intervenor.86. 1. However. or prohibit persons failing to follow orders from making statements. or where a substantial delay in the proceedings would result. etc.) In order to clarify any factual or legal ambiguity in the case. The provisions relating to suits in general shall apply to cross-complaints. this shall not apply where the claims forming the basis of the cross-complaint fall by law under the exclusive jurisdiction of a different court. a party is not prohibited from assigning or transferring the thing in dispute or the right or obligation comprising the subject-matter of the action. (Control of litigation by presiding judge) The presiding judge shall control preparatory proceedings for oral argument and oral argument.

95. the court shall render a decision on the objection via ruling. 1. etc. 93. issue a finding that an explanation is required and order the parties to prepare to provide such an explanation at the next scheduled court date. 97. (Time for advancing offensive or defensive measures) Offensive and defensive measures shall be advanced at the appropriate time in accordance with the progress of the litigation. Paragraph 1 shall also apply even where the purpose or effect of the offensive or defensive measure is unclear. that the party contested the fact. However. the court may dismiss such measure upon motion or on its own authority if it determines that the measure would delay the conclusion of the litigation. 2.3. 94. based on all of the circumstances surrounding the progress of and what has been presented at the trial. (Objection to control of action. etc.) Where a party raises an objection to the control of preparatory proceedings for oral argument or oral argument.). in the event the party fails to provide a necessary explanation or fails to appear on the date on which such explanation is to be provided. 96. such party shall be presumed to have contested the alleged fact. The court may. . Where a party states that he/she is ignorant of a fact alleged by the adversary party. (Facts on which court may base judgment) The court may not base its judgment on any fact that has not been alleged by either party. 92. oral argument. (Duty of party to investigate) Parties shall thoroughly investigate in advance the factual relevance of witnesses and other evidence in a case so that they can fully present and prove their allegations. (Admission) Where a party does not make clear that such party contests a fact asserted by the adversary party at oral argument or at preparatory proceedings for oral argument. (Attempt to compromise) The court may attempt to effect a compromise settlement at any stage of the litigation. this shall not apply where the court determines. 91. the party shall be deemed to have admitted such fact. 2. or to measures taken by the court pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 1 of Article 90 (Authority to request explanation. (Dismissal of offensive or defensive measures for late submission) Where an offensive or defensive measure is advanced by a party after the proper time through willful intent or gross negligence. 1. on any date other than court dates.

Section II. The preparatory document initially submitted by the defendant shall set forth responses to the claims contained in the complaint. at oral argument. and other statements. Preparatory documents shall set forth offensive or defensive measures as well as statements in opposition to the offensive or defensive measures of the other party. consolidation of cases in which the parties are different. The court may require parties to submit preparatory documents in connection with preparatory proceedings for oral argument or oral argument. Where a party knows of. 100. as well as an admission or denial of the facts alleged therein. (Severance and consolidation of cases) The court may order the severance or consolidation of cases via ruling. this shall not apply in cases where such right cannot be waived. 102. and may also rescind such a ruling. (Presence of interpreter. 1. the court shall ensure that a qualified interpreter is present. (Loss of right to raise objection regarding proceedings) Where the adversary party or the court conducts an act of litigation in violation of provisions of procedural law.) 1. However. Where the court orders. Section III. or within which evidence regarding a particular matter must be offered. or cannot hear or speak. the party loses the right to object. facts that constitute affirmative defense. However. Preparatory Proceedings for Oral Arguments . Preparatory Documents 101. (Period for submission of preparatory documents) The court may designate the period within which a defendant's initial preparatory document or a preparatory document containing allegations regarding a particular matter shall be submitted.98. the court shall re-examine such witness. a party may raise an objection thereto with the court and challenge its validity. 2. if a party who has had no opportunity to examine a witness that has already been examined makes a motion to examine such witness. 2. (Preparatory documents) 1. etc. or allow them to make statements in writing. or reasonably could have known of the violation described in Paragraph 1 and fails to object without delay. 1. The provisions regarding expert witnesses shall apply mutatis mutandis to interpreters so long as they are not inconsistent with the nature of the activities performed thereby. the court may question in writing persons who cannot hear or speak. Where a person who participates in the proceedings of a civil litigation does not speak Khmer. 99. 3. 2. 2.

where allowing such measures would not result in a considerable delay in the proceedings. the court shall confirm with the parties the facts to be proven through a subsequent examination of the evidence. and may examine documentary evidence to the extent necessary to arrange or simplify disputed issues and evidence. the court shall first seek to effect a compromise settlement. or where the party has established to a preliminary showing that he was unable to advance such measures prior to the conclusion of the proceedings. However. . the court shall arrange and organize the allegations and arguments of the parties. and organize the evidence pertaining to points at issue. Preparatory proceedings for oral argument need not be open to the public. However. 104. Preparatory proceedings for oral argument shall be conducted on a date on which both parties can appear. 107. in order to make sure that a concentrated hearing should take place at oral argument. during preparatory proceedings for oral argument) On the court date of preparatory proceedings for oral argument. The protocol of preparatory proceedings for oral argument shall contain the following matters: (a) the indication of the case. unless the court determines that such an attempt would be improper or inadvisable.103. the court may permit the attendance of persons determined to have good cause to be present as an observer. etc. this shall not apply where such measures relate to matters to be examined on the court's own authority. (Matters to be formally recorded in protocol of preparatory proceedings for oral argument) 1. 110. (Attempt to compromise at preparatory proceedings for oral argument) At preparatory proceedings for oral argument. (Confirmation of facts to be proven) When the arrangement of disputed issues and evidence is completed and preparatory proceedings for oral argument have been concluded. and such inability was not the result of his own gross negligence. (Acts of litigation. 106. (Protocol of preparatory proceedings for oral argument) The court shall require the court clerk to prepare a protocol of preparatory proceedings for oral argument for each day it is held. the court may issue a ruling regarding the offering of evidence or any other ruling that may be issued on a date other than the court date for oral argument. 109. clarify the points at issue in the case. 105. 2. 108. (Date for preparatory proceedings for oral argument) 1. (Purpose of preparatory proceedings for oral argument) At preparatory proceedings for oral argument. (Effect of conclusion of preparatory proceedings for oral argument) New offensive or defensive measures cannot be advanced after the conclusion of preparatory proceedings for oral argument.

(Oral argument) 1. (d) discontinuance of the suit. that objection shall be noted in the protocol.) 1. with regard to cases or issues to be decided via ruling. (Designation of date for oral argument) When preparatory proceedings for oral argument are concluded. In particular. the court shall designate a court date for oral argument and summon the parties to appear on such date. and matters permitted to be included at the request of a party. The provisions of Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply where it is superseded by a particular provision of law. 3. 114. 111. the court may examine the parties. or abandonment or admission of the claim. (Need for oral argument) 1. (e) matters included by order of the court. and (d) the date. Compliance with provisions pertaining to the conduct of preparatory proceedings for oral argument may be proven only by means of the protocol. (b) the essence of the ultimate facts alleged and the offering of evidence. the names of the judge(s) and the court clerk. assistants. 2. The court must hold oral argument proceedings before rendering a judgment on the claims. . the following matters shall be clearly indicated therein: (a) the nature of the plaintiff's claims and the defendant's answers thereto. (Substantive matters to be entered in protocol of preparatory proceedings for oral argument) The protocol of preparatory proceedings for oral argument shall include a summary of the arguments or any other acts of litigation conducted on that date. Where oral argument proceedings are not held pursuant to the provisions of the second sentence of Paragraph 1. this shall not apply where the protocol has been lost or destroyed. representatives. (c) admission or denial of the factual allegations of the other party and of the authenticity of documents. Section IV. the names of the parties. compromise. Oral Argument 113. the court shall determine whether or not to hold oral argument proceedings. and interpreters who have appeared. Oral argument shall be held on a date on which both parties are able to appear. 112. 2. However.(b) (c) 2. etc. The presiding judge and the court clerk shall sign the protocol described in Paragraph 1. time and location of the proceedings. (Objections to protocol of preparatory proceedings for oral argument. Where a party or other interested person objects to a matter contained in the protocol of preparatory proceedings for oral argument. and (f) decisions rendered on that date without being recorded in writing. However. 115.

However. The court may allow the parties to present final argument before the conclusion of oral argument. The court shall require the court clerk to prepare a protocol of oral argument for each day it is held. the parties and expert witnesses. stating the reasons therefor.) shall apply mutatis mutandis to the protocol of oral argument. (Protocol of oral argument) 1. (Substantive matters to be entered in protocol of oral argument) 1. this shall not apply in cases where opening oral argument to the public would present a threat to public order or where it is superseded by a particular provision of law. compromise. (c) the name of the public prosecutor appearing in the case. 118. (d) the names of the parties. The following matters shall be entered in the protocol of oral argument: (a) the indication of the case. parties and expert witnesses were placed under oath. The protocol of oral argument shall include a summary of the arguments. Oral argument shall be held in open court. and interpreters who have appeared. (b) the names of the judge(s) and the court clerk. 2. (Matters to be formally entered in protocol of oral argument) 1. assistants. The parties may further allege facts and offer evidence at oral argument. and (f) a statement indicating whether or not the hearing is open to the public and. representatives. and admission of facts. 117. 3. time and location of the oral argument. 2. (e) the date. and if not. the court may decide to resume preparatory proceedings for oral argument. etc. The parties shall present at oral argument the results of the preparatory proceedings for oral argument. . The provisions of Article 112 (Objections to protocol of preparatory proceedings for oral argument. The presentation referred to in Paragraph 1 shall clarify the facts to be proven (the points at issue) by the subsequent examination of evidence at oral argument. (c) whether witnesses. (Presentation of results of preparatory proceedings for oral argument and offering argument) 1. Where the court deems it necessary after examination of evidence at oral argument. if it is not open to the public. this shall not apply where a violation of Article 108 (Effect of conclusion of preparatory proceedings for oral argument) would result. However. 2. abandonment or admission of the claim. (b) statements of witnesses. the reason therefor.2. 5. 119. The presiding judge and the court clerk shall sign the protocol described in Paragraph 1. In particular. 116. the following matters shall be clearly indicated therein: (a) discontinuance of the suit. 4.

(f) decisions rendered without being recorded in writing. The court shall recognize facts based on evidence. audio or video record of the proceedings. the making of a stenographic. (Restrictions on taking photographs. audio and video tapes. A party may retract an admission in the following circumstances: (a) where the adversary party does not object. or broadcasting within the courtroom shall be prohibited without the permission of the court. and facts the existence of which is obvious to the court. etc. etc.) Documents. 3. may be omitted from the record with the permission of the court. . In such a case. However. Such document shall also be prepared in cases in which the suit is pending before a higher court and the higher court has determined the preparation of the document to be necessary. in lieu of entry in protocol) 1. However. Facts admitted to by a party in court. matters included by order of the court. parties and expert witnesses. where the court so permits. 121. in the courtroom) The taking of photographs. Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 1 of Article 119 (Substantive matters to be entered in protocol of oral argument). the court clerk may record the statements of witnesses. (Reference to and attachment of documents. the results of inspection. that such testimony or results be entered in the record. the court may consider all matters and circumstances that are revealed at oral argument. may be made a part of the protocol of oral argument by being referred to in the protocol and attached thereto. parties or expert witnesses on audio or video tape and substitute such taped statements for entry in the protocol. the testimony of witnesses. 122. need not be proven by evidence. 120. where a suit has concluded other than by a decision. this shall not apply where a party requests. etc. 2. 2. and the results of inspection. photographs.. and (g) pronouncements of decisions. a document setting forth the statements of witnesses.(d) (e) 2. the parties may state their opinions when the court permits such method of recording. (Principle of decision based on evidence) 1. parties or expert witnesses shall be prepared. Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 1. within one week of the date the party learns of the conclusion of the litigation. and matters permitted to be included at the request of a party. General Rules 123. In cases referred to in Paragraph 1. and any other articles which the court deems appropriate. (Recording on tape. Chapter Three EVIDENCE Section I. if a party so requests prior to the conclusion of the litigation.

3. 2. (Examination of evidence in foreign country) 1. Documents scheduled to be used during examination of witnesses. Examination of witnesses and of the parties shall take place in a concentrated fashion as far as possible. Examination of evidence in a foreign country shall be valid if it conforms to the . 2. 125. (Examination of evidence) 1. ministerial envoy or consul of the Kingdom of Cambodia stationed in the country. or (c) where the admission was made due to a criminal act of another. the court need not examine evidence that has no relevance to the facts to be proven and evidence that the court otherwise finds unnecessary. The court shall ensure that examination of evidence can occur on the first date for oral argument after the points at issue and the evidence have been arranged. (Offering of evidence) 1.(b) where the admission is false and made based on a mistake. (Concentrated examination of evidence) 1. 4. 3. The court may examine evidence on its own authority where it finds that it cannot reach a conclusion on whether to recognize the factual allegations of a party as true based on the evidence offered by the parties. However. Evidence may be offered before the date set for oral argument or before the date set for preparatory proceedings for oral argument. 2. (Right of parties to attend) 1. Examination of evidence can proceed even where a party fails to attend on the scheduled date for the examination. Examination of evidence in a foreign country shall be entrusted by the court to a proper government office in the country or to an ambassador. the offering party shall make efforts to concretely and clearly show the relevance of the evidence to the fact to be proven thereby. shall be submitted to the court a reasonable period of time prior to the start of such examination unless they are to be used as evidence to challenge the credibility of the statements of a witness. Offers to examine witnesses or parties shall be submitted at the same time as far as possible. Examination of evidence shall be carried out upon the offering of evidence by the parties. or where such examination is otherwise necessary. the offering party shall specify the fact to be proven thereby. 128. 2. etc. 127. 2. 129. 126. (Admission of evidence) The court shall examine the evidence offered by the parties. 124. etc. The court shall guarantee parties the opportunity to attend examination of evidence. When evidence is offered. When evidence is offered.

4. except in cases where granting such approval might harm the public interest or significantly hinder the exercise of public duties. (Assignment of investigation) The court may entrust a government agency or foreign government agency to perform any necessary investigation. (b) cases involving examination of a person who is or was a doctor.provisions of this Code. (Duty to serve as witness) 1. the court shall obtain the approval of the government agency that supervises the activities of that official. 134. This shall also apply where the testimony would bring humiliation or disgrace on such person or cause significant harm to his/her domestic relationships. (Right to refuse to testify) 1. A witness may refuse to testify in cases where the witness or the spouse or other relative of the witness could be prosecuted for or found guilty of a crime as a result. regardless of whether it conforms to the laws of the foreign country. 131. 133. Section II. The court may order that any person failing to appear as a witness without reasonable cause be taken into [protective] custody and brought before the court. the court may examine any person as a witness. The approval referred to in Paragraph 1 shall not be denied. 2. The supervising government agency referred to in Paragraph 1 shall. pharmacist. midwife. dentist. 2. the Senate. 3. (Proof to a preliminary showing) Proof to a degree of preliminary showing shall be made based on evidence that permits of immediate examination. attorney or clergyman. Examination of Witnesses 132. (Examination of public officials) 1. 3.000 riels. Failure of a witness to appear without a reasonable cause may be punished by a maximum fine of 1. with regard to a current or former member of the National Assembly. nurse. 2. and with regard to a current or former member of the government. A witness may refuse to testify in the following cases: (a) cases described in Paragraph 1 of Article 133 (Examination of public officials).000. When a current or former public official is to be examined regarding official secrets. the National Assembly. Except as otherwise provided in this Code or other laws. 130. with regard to a current or former senator. the Cabinet. regarding facts that such person learned in the course of his/her professional duties and that . A Chomtoah appeal may be made against the ruling described in Paragraph 2 and 3.

Parties and witnesses may make a Chomtoah appeal against the ruling referred to in Paragraph 2. Prior to administering the oath. 3. 137. 3. 5. However. or (c) cases involving examination regarding technological or business secrets. 3. The procedure for administration of the oath shall be provided for in the Annex to this Code. should remain confidential. the court may assign a member of the panel of judges or a non-panel member judge to conduct the examination of the witness outside the courtroom. 135. An assigned panel member judge or an assigned judge examining a witness shall carry out the duties of the court and the presiding judge. The provisions of Paragraph 2 shall not apply where the witness has been released or exempted from the duty to maintain confidentiality. The grounds for a refusal to testify shall be established by proof to a preliminary showing. the presiding judge shall explain the meaning of an oath and warn the witness of the penalty for perjury. 4. Except as otherwise provided. 2. An oath shall not be administered where the witness to be examined is under sixteen years of age or does not understand the meaning of an oath. The provisions of Paragraph 3 of Article 132 (Duty to serve as witness) shall apply mutatis mutandis to the situation in which a witness refuses to testify without reasonable cause after the issuance of a ruling finding that no reasonable cause to refuse to testify exists. 4. (Oath) 1.3. an oath shall be administered to a witness. (Examination of witnesses outside courtroom) 1. 2. . 2. 6. The court may examine witnesses outside the courtroom in any of the following cases: (a) where the witness is under no duty to appear before the court hearing the case. or where the witness has reasonable cause not to appear. (b) where having the witness appear before the court hearing the case would involve undue expense or time. (Ruling regarding refusal to testify) 1. In any of the cases referred to in Paragraph 1. 136. subparagraph (a) of Article 134 (Right to refuse to testify). The oath shall be administered prior to examination of the witness. the oath may be administered after examination where a particular reason exists. or (c) where the parties do not object. Except for the cases described in Paragraph 2. An oath need not be administered where the witness to be examined falls under the provisions of Article 134 (Right to refuse to testify) and does not exercise his/her right to refuse to testify. the issue of whether to permit a refusal to testify shall be adjudicated via ruling issued by the court in which the suit is pending after inquiring the parties.

where the court deems it appropriate. 3. Witnesses may not testify based on documents. and (c) the legal sanctions imposed for failure to appear. (e) questions that call for an opinion of the witness.138. 10. this shall not apply where the court approves such testimony. 2. 9. (b) leading questions. by the party offering the witness for examination. The court may. 2. A witness shall receive the summons to testify two weeks in advance of the scheduled date for the testimony. 139. a written description of the matters to be examined (an 'examination outline') shall be submitted together therewith. The court may. Witnesses shall be examined in the following order: by the presiding judge. 7. When an offer to examine a witness is made. where the court deems it necessary. the court may order that person to leave the courtroom during the testimony of the witness. the court may limit the question upon motion or on the court's own authority. An associate judge may examine a witness upon notifying the presiding judge. 6. 4. The summons served on the witness. Parties may state objections to any limitations made by the court pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 3. examine the witness at the same time as another witness regarding the same matter. However. shall include the following matters: (a) the names and addresses of the parties. (d) questions that are irrelevant to the points at issue. The following types of questions shall not be asked unless reasonable cause exists: (a) questions that insult or embarrass the witness. change the order set forth in Paragraph 5. Where the court determines that a party's question violates the provisions of Paragraph 2. to which the examination outline shall be attached. Questions shall be as independent and specific as possible. where the court deems it necessary. 3. 4. (Method of examination of witness) 1. (Restrictions on questions) 1. time and location for the witness' appearance. Examination of Parties . 5. and finally by the other party. 8. (c) questions that repeat a previously asked question. (b) the date. and (f) questions that call for testimony on a matter regarding which the witness has no direct experience. Section III. The court may. Where the court determines that a witness feels intimidated by the presence of a particular person in the courtroom and is unable to give adequate testimony. An offer to examine a witness shall clearly identify the witness. permit a witness who has already testified or a witness who is scheduled to testify to be in the courtroom.

3. In such a case. examine a party together with another party or a witness at the same time regarding the same matter. the court shall via ruling impose a fine of not more than 2. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against the ruling described in Paragraph 3. Expert Testimony 143. if the party does not appear. 3.) 1. A person cannot serve as an expert witness in the following situations: (a) the expert witness or the spouse or other relative of the expert witness could be prosecuted for or found guilty of a crime as a result. 138 (Method of examination of witness) (except for Paragraphs 8 and 10) and 139(Restrictions on questions) shall apply mutatis mutandis to the examination of a party. 141. 4. 137 (Oath) (except for Paragraphs 1 and 3). The court shall hear the opinions of the other party regarding the offer described in Paragraph 2. The court may order expert testimony based on an offer thereof from a party. However.000 riels. 144. The court shall determine the subject matter and scope of the expert testimony based on the document submitted pursuant to Paragraph 2 after hearing the opinions of the other party in accordance with Paragraph 3. The provisions of Articles 136 (Examination of witnesses outside courtroom). 2. etc. such examination shall not hinder the examination of the party. However. where an unavoidable reason exists. (Examination of legal representative) The provisions of this Code regarding examination of a party shall apply mutatis mutandis to examination of the legal representative of the party in the case. When expert testimony is offered. Any person having the necessary education and experience to provide expert testimony has the duty to provide such testimony.140. a document that includes the matters on which the expert testimony is sought shall be submitted at the same time. Section IV. 142.000. (Offer and scope of expert testimony) 1. (Examination of party) 1. The court may examine a party. the document may be submitted within a time period set by the court. the court may deem the allegations of the other party regarding the matters to be examined to be true. The court may. 2. the court may require the party to take an oath. 3. Where a party is to be examined. This shall . or refuses to take an oath or to testify without reasonable cause. In this case. duty to give expert testimony) 1. Expert witnesses shall be designated by the court. 4. 2. (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions regarding examination of witnesses. (Designation of expert witness. the document containing the subject matter and scope of the expert testimony shall be provided to the expert witness. where the court deems it necessary. Where a party to whom an oath has been administered makes a false statement. 2.

5. except in cases where granting such approval might harm the public interest or significantly hinder the exercise of public duties. Section II of this . dentist.) 1. 3. nurse. The supervising government agency referred to in subparagraph (b) of Paragraph 3 shall be. etc. and with regard to a current or former member of the government. A motion to challenge shall be made in writing.4. 2. Such a challenge may be made even after the expert witness makes a statement. Chapter III. where the grounds for the challenge arise or the party learns of such grounds after the making of the statement. the provisions of BOOK II. the National Assembly. Such supervising government agency may not refuse to give its approval. with the court's permission. The grounds for challenge shall be proved to a preliminary showing. midwife. the Senate. (Challenge of expert witness) 1. Where circumstances exist that would hinder an expert witness from testifying in good faith. and/or (d) the subject matter of the expert testimony involves technological or business secrets. an expert witness may attend the court hearing and ask the court to examine a party or a witness. question a party or witness directly. questioning by expert witness. with regard to a current or former senator. The provisions of subparagraphs (b) through (d) of Paragraph 3 shall not apply where the expert witness has been released or exempted from the duty to maintain confidentiality. (c) the subject matter of the expert testimony involves facts that were learned by a current or former doctor. except in the case where it is made on a court date. A Chomtoah appeal may be made from a ruling denying a challenge. 4. The court may allow an expert witness to present his/her opinions verbally or in writing. (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions regarding examination of witnesses. this shall not apply where the approval of the government agency supervising the activities of such official is obtained. 146. (b) the subject matter of the expert testimony involves official secrets held by a current or former public official. attorney or clergyman in the course of his/her professional duties. 147. 145. 5. 2. (Method of making expert witness statement. the Cabinet. Where necessary for the giving of expert testimony. a party may challenge the expert witness before the expert witness makes any statement regarding the subject matter of the expert testimony. No objection may be made to a ruling upholding a challenge. pharmacist. However. and that should remain confidential. method of administering oath) Except as otherwise provided. or may. also apply where the expert testimony would bring humiliation or disgrace on such person. with regard to a current or former member of the National Assembly.

or technological or business secrets. Documentary evidence shall be offered through the presentation of a document in the possession of a party or through a motion for an order requiring the holder of a document to produce the document. 2. where production of such document would significantly hinder the exercise of public duties. such opinions shall be submitted in writing to the court. keep custody of any document that is presented or sent to the court. and . Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 1. except that the provisions of Article 132 (Duty to serve as witness). Documentary Evidence 148. When documentary evidence is offered through the presentation of a document written in a foreign language. etc. midwife. and the holder of the facts or secrets has not been released or exempted from the duty to maintain confidentiality. 2. 150.) 1. Section V. where the court deems it necessary. (Duty to produce document) 1. 149. 151. or that would bring humiliation or disgrace on such person or cause significant harm to his/her domestic relationships. The court may. pharmacist.Code (Examination of witnesses) shall apply mutatis mutandis to the examination of an expert witness. 2. The holder of a document may refuse the production thereof if the document falls under any of the following categories: (a) a document that contains matters that would give rise to the possibility that the holder of the documents or the spouse or other relative thereof could be prosecuted for or found guilty of a crime. (Attachment of translation. nurse. Paragraph 2 shall not apply.) 1. production of a document may not be refused by the holder thereof. (Offer of documentary evidence. Except as otherwise provided in this Code or other laws. and a basic description of its contents. etc. (Motion for order to produce documents) 1. or (c) a document involving facts learned by a current or former doctor. (b) the holder of the document. Where the adversary party has opinions regarding the accuracy of the translation referred to in Paragraph 1. A motion for an order to produce documents must specify the following matters in detail: (a) the title of the document. documentary evidence may be offered through a motion filed with the court demanding that the court request the holder of a document to send the document to the court. attorney or clergyman in the course of his/her professional duties. a translation of the parts of the document with respect to which evidence is being offered shall be attached. (b) a document that involves the official secrets of a public official. dentist. 3.

in order to prevent its use by the other party. 2. (Execution of document) 1. 154.000 riels. the court may deem the other party's allegations regarding the contents of such documents to be true. Where a third party fails to comply with an order to produce documents. etc. the court shall examine of the third party. 4. (Civil fine for failure of third party to comply with order to produce documents) 1. shall be presumed to be an authentically executed official document. (c) the facts to be proven thereby.2. A party offering documentary evidence shall prove that the document was authentically executed. the court may deem the other party's allegations regarding such fact to be true. to be created by a public official in the course of official business. such opinions shall be submitted in writing to the court. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling issued pursuant to Paragraph 1. (Effect of party's failure to comply with order to produce documents. A motion for an order to produce documents must be made in writing.) 1. 2. 153. In the cases described in Paragraphs 1 and 2. 3. 3. 3. based on its form and content. 2. Where the court determines that sufficient grounds for an order to produce documents exist. on its own authority. (Order to produce documents. the court may order that such parts be omitted from the documents produced. etc. When a party fails to comply with an order to produce documents. Where the adversary party has opinions regarding the motion described in Paragraph 2. the court may issue a ruling imposing on the third party a civil fine of not more than 2. inquire of the relevant government agency or official. 152. where the documents contain parts that are deemed outside the scope of inquiry. the court may. Where doubt exists regarding the authenticity of an official document's execution. or as to which no duty to produce is deemed to exist. The rule set forth in Paragraph 1 shall also apply to cases where. a party causes a document that the party was required to produce to be lost. 3. Where the court intends to order a third party to produce documents. where the other party has substantial difficulty in making specific allegations regarding the contents of a document and in proving by other means a fact that was to be proven by such document. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling on a motion to produce documents. or otherwise makes it impossible for the other party to use the document. the court shall issue a ruling ordering the holder of the documents to produce such documents. 155. 2. In this case.) 1. A document that is determined. Unofficial documents signed by the principal or the principal's representative shall .000.

audio and video tapes. Article 152 (Order to produce documents. 159. photographs. (Application of articles corresponding to documents) The provisions of this Section shall apply mutatis mutandis to articles such as drawings.000.) A party that offers documentary evidence comprising a transcription of an audio tape. etc. etc. 158. the court may order the adversary party to write text to be used for purposes of comparison.000 riels.) and Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Article 153 (Effect of party's failure to comply with order to produce documents. be presumed to have been authentically executed. The provisions of Paragraphs 2 and 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis to documents deemed to have been created by a foreign government agency or official. (Proof by handwriting comparison. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling made pursuant to Paragraph 1.) 1. the court may deem to be true the allegations of the person offering the document in evidence as to the authenticity of the document's execution. etc. (Offer of documentary evidence comprising transcription of audio tapes. This shall also apply where the writing has been altered or disguised. 156. The provisions of Article 148 (Offer of documentary evidence. 2. 157. in cases where the other party has requested delivery of a copy of such article. 6. etc. 2.) shall apply mutatis mutandis to the production or sending of documents and other items necessary in order to perform handwriting comparison. If there is no suitable sample of the adversary party's handwriting for purposes of comparison. 5. In cases referred to in Paragraph 1. deliver a copy thereof to the other party. the court may. where the party or representative that disputed the authenticity of execution of a document thereafter recognizes the document's authenticity while the suit is still pending. Where a party or the party's representative intentionally or through gross negligence falsely disputes the authenticity of a document's execution. (Civil fine against person disputing authenticity of execution of document) 1.). 4.). The authenticity of a document's execution may be proven through handwriting comparison. If without reasonable cause a third party fails to comply with an order to produce documents issued pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 1 of Article 153 (Effect of party's failure to comply with order to produce documents. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling made pursuant to Paragraph 5. 3. etc. video tape or other article on which certain matters can be recorded using corresponding methods shall.000.000 riels against the party or representative. . the court may issue a ruling imposing on the third party a civil fine of not more than 2.5. etc. 3. which apply mutatis mutandis under Paragraph 2. If a party fails without reasonable cause to comply with a ruling issued pursuant to Paragraph 3. depending on the circumstances. and other items that are not documents but were created in order to express information. rescind its ruling referred to in that Paragraph. the court may issue a ruling imposing a civil fine of not more than 1.

). The results of an examination of evidence made pursuant to Paragraph 1 shall have effect in an action for adjudication of the merits of a case. 2. Section VII. The provisions of Articles 148 (Offer of documentary evidence. etc. Where the court determines that circumstances exist that make it difficult to use evidence unless the evidence is examined beforehand. which applies mutatis mutandis under Paragraph 1. upon motion or application.000 riels. 3. etc. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling made pursuant to Paragraph 2. etc. (Submission of document explaining contents of recording tape. Inspection 161.) 1. when so requested by the court or the other party. submit a written transcription of those recorded in the article or a document that explains the contents thereof.) shall. the court may issue a ruling imposing a civil fine on the third party of not more than 2. (Production of object to be inspected. etc. etc. (Offer of inspection) An offer of inspection shall indicate the object to be inspected. 3.160. 2. 162. If a third party fails without reasonable cause to comply with an order of production made pursuant to Paragraph 1 of Article 152 (Order to produce documents. Preservation of Evidence 163. An application for preservation of evidence before suit has been filed shall be made to the court of first instance having jurisdiction over either: (i) the residence of the person to be examined or the holder of the documents to be examined. or . (Court having jurisdiction) 1. such opinions shall be submitted in writing to the court. 152 (Order to produce documents. The parties shall state.). etc. the court may. at the oral argument of the action for adjudication of the merits of a case.) 1. examine the evidence in accordance with the provisions of this Section. the results of the examination of evidence that took place pursuant to Paragraph 1. 2. 164.) and 153 (Effect of party's failure to comply with order to produce documents.) shall apply mutatis mutandis to the production or sending of the object to be inspected. etc. A motion for preservation of evidence after suit has been filed shall be made to the court before which the evidence is to be used.000. 2. (Preservation of evidence) 1. Section VI. A party offering examination of evidence on an audio tape or any other article described in Article 159 (Offer of documentary evidence comprising transcription of audio tapes. Where the adversary party has opinions regarding the contents of the explanation provided for in the document mentioned in Paragraph 1.

where it is deemed necessary. 166. The existence of the grounds for preservation of the evidence shall be established to a preliminary showing. However. 165. A motion for preservation of evidence may be made to the court of first instance referred to in Paragraph 2 even after suit has been filed where urgent circumstances exist. 172. issue a ruling ordering the preservation of evidence while a suit is pending. A motion or application for preservation of evidence shall be made in writing. 171. the court that conducted the examination shall deliver a record of such examination to the court in which the case record for the related action exists. (ii) the location of the object of inspection. (b) the facts to be proven. 2. the court may appoint a special representative to represent the adversary party. the court shall examine such witness. The writing referred to in Paragraph 1 shall include the following matters: (a) the name and address of the adversary party. (Preservation of evidence on court's own authority) The court may. (Summons regarding date) A summons shall be issued commanding the moving party and the adversary party to appear on the date for examination of evidence. (Costs of preservation of evidence) Costs incurred in connection with the preservation of evidence shall be deemed a part of the litigation costs in the related action. this shall not apply where time is of the essence. and (d) the grounds for preservation of the evidence. 168. 170. (Re-examination during oral argument) Where a party during oral argument offers examination of a witness that was already examined at the proceedings for preservation of evidence. 167. In this case. .3. (Appeal) The moving party may bring a Chomtoah appeal against a ruling dismissing a motion or application for preservation of evidence. (Delivery of record of preservation of evidence) Where an examination of evidence for purposes of preservation thereof has been conducted. 3. 169. (Inability to specify adversary party) An application for preservation of evidence may be made even if the adversary party cannot be specified. (Method of making motion for preservation of evidence) 1. (c) the evidence to be preserved.

or loss of qualification of such parties due to any other reason. the legal representative or the party him/herself after obtaining the capacity to litigate. In this case. the litigation shall be interrupted: (a) the death of a party. (c) loss of a party's capacity to litigate. death of a legal representative or termination of the legal representative's authority to represent the party. which has enabled a person to carry out a litigation under his/her name on behalf of others. the appointed representative shall inform the court of the occurrence of such events provided in the Paragraph 1. (Interruption of and succession to litigation) 1. (b) the termination of a party through the merger of juridical persons. 3. (Natural termination of litigation proceedings) Where a party's existence is terminated through death or merger. 4. or (e) loss of qualification due to the death of all parties nominated pursuant to the provisions of Article 42 (Nomination of party). which has enabled a person to carry out a litigation under his/her name on behalf of others. the heir of the decedent party. if there is no person that succeeds to the right or obligation comprising the subject matter of the litigation.Chapter Four INTERRUPTION AND SUSPENSION OF LITIGATION 173. the person identified in the following subparagraphs shall succeed to the litigation: (a) where the death of a party. or loss of qualification of such parties due to any other reason. Even in the event the ground specified in subparagraph (a) of Paragraph 1 exists. or if such right or obligation devolves to the same person. Where a case mentioned in paragraph 1 exists. death of a legal representative or termination of the legal representative's authority to represent the party. Where any of the following grounds exist. an heir may not succeed to litigation during the period of time that such heir is entitled to renounce succession. (d) loss of qualification. the litigation proceedings shall be terminated. 174. a person having the same qualifications. (d) where loss of qualification. . However. 2. due to his/her death or any other reasons. or the person bound by law to maintain the action. and/or (e) where loss of qualification due to the death of all parties nominated pursuant to the provisions of Article 42 (Nomination of party). the juridical person that has succeeded to the rights and obligations of the merged entity. (c) where loss of a party's capacity to litigate. due to his/her death or any other reasons. the court shall issue a judgment declaring that the litigation is terminated. all of the appointers under such provisions or persons newly appointed pursuant to such provisions. The provisions of Paragraph 1 shall not apply while an appointed representative is appointed for the litigation. (b) where the termination of a party through the merger of juridical persons.

via ruling. (Suspension of litigation proceedings) 1. (Succession procedure) 1. 3. if the court. if the court determines that sufficient grounds exist for the motion. all terms will begin anew upon the notice of the succession to litigation proceedings or continuation of a suspended action. 3. the court may. the court shall permit such succession via ruling. judgment may be pronounced even while the litigation proceeding is interrupted. the court may rescind the ruling in the event the impediment ceases to exist. 177. The court may. on its own authority. Neither the parties nor the court may conduct an act of litigation while a litigation proceeding is interrupted or suspended. (Order to prosecute or defend action on court's authority) Even where neither party files a motion for succession to litigation proceedings. after conducting an investigation on its own authority. Where a motion to succeed to litigation proceedings is filed after such proceedings have been interrupted following the service of judgment. Where a motion to succeed to litigation proceedings is filed. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against such a ruling. 2. Chapter Five JUDGMENT . Where the court is unable to perform its functions due to natural disaster or any other reason. Where a motion to succeed to litigation proceedings is filed. Any and all terms cease to run while a litigation proceeding is interrupted or suspended. determines that sufficient grounds for the motion do not exist. order the suspension of the proceeding. Where a party is unable to continue a litigation proceeding due to an impediment of indefinite duration.175. the court may. In the case described in Paragraph 3. However. 176. the court may rescind the ruling when the criminal case has ended. (Effect of interruption and suspension) 1. 4. In this case. 178. the litigation [before the court] shall be suspended until such reason ceases to exist. In this case. 2. 5. order that the litigation be continued. A motion for succession to litigation proceedings may be made by the potential successor or by the adversary party. 2. the court shall deny the motion via ruling on its own authority. the court that rendered the judgment shall rule on the motion. the court shall notify the adversary party to the motion for succession. via ruling. order the suspension of a civil litigation proceeding during the pendency of a criminal case that involves a fact on which one of the claims in the civil action is based. In this case.

5 Section I. (c) the existence or absence of the prerequisites for an action. A ruling is a decision that may be issued by a court or judge without oral argument. Where it is deemed necessary for the issuance of a final judgment. 183. (Interlocutory judgment) In an action involving a dispute regarding any of the following matters. The court shall adjudicate the apportionment of liability for litigation costs even in the absence of a request by either party that it do so. (Final judgment) 1. a final judgment on that claim may be issued. General Provisions Regarding Decisions 179." although it in many articles specifically means either "ruling" or "judgment" as the context requires. 184. . Where a trial as to one claim among several claims encompassed in an action is deemed to have reached an end. the action remains pending in that court with respect to the omitted part of the claim. when both the existence of a claim and the amount of such claim are in dispute. (b) offensive or defensive measures that can be independently adjudicated. after considering the results of the examination of evidence and the progress of and the presentations made at oral argument. a judgment is a decision rendered by means of a written judgment issued by a court based on oral argument and in compliance with the form/procedure provided by law. the court may end the trial and issue an interlocutory judgment as to only such matter: (a) the existence of a claim. or (d) matters pertaining to the conclusion of an action. the court shall decide. 2. 181. (Principle of free determination) When issuing a judgment. and shall have legal effect pursuant to a declaration based on such judgment. and based on its freely determined conviction. (Omission in judgment) Where the court does not adjudicate part of a claim. 3. Unless otherwise provided in this Code or by other provision of law. Section II. General Provisions Regarding Judgment 180. The court shall not adjudicate matters that were not raised by the parties. 3. and is not a judgment. 1. (Matters for judgment) The court shall adjudicate all of the claims raised by the parties. 2. 2. whether or not the allegations 5 "Decision" as used in this translation originally means any forms of decision issued by a court and includes both "ruling" and "judgment. Courts shall conclude oral argument and issue a final judgment when it is deemed that no further trial is necessary based on the results of argument and evidentiary investigation. 182. the court may reopen oral argument that has already been concluded. (Types of decision) 1.

a summary of the statements of the parties. (Written judgment) 1. the presiding judge may read the reasons for the judgment or verbally summarize it in court. 185. (Effectiveness of judgment) A judgment shall become effective when it is pronounced. (Date of pronouncement of judgment) A pronouncement of judgment shall be made within one month of the date on which oral argument is concluded. an associate judge may do it on his behalf. 3. However. and include. A written judgment shall include the following matters: (a) the court. A judgment shall be issued only by the judge or judges that have participated in the oral argument forming the basis for such judgment. this shall not apply where the case is complex or where other special circumstances exist. 3. (e) the grounds for the decision. (b) the date on which oral argument was concluded. Where a judge has been changed before the conclusion of oral argument. other judge(s) shall sign the judgment and indicate the reason . Where deemed appropriate. 2. 3. Transmittal of Judgment 186. A pronouncement of judgment may be made even if the parties are not present in court. (d) the facts and the matters in dispute. 4. 187. based on the original of a written judgment. The written judgment shall be signed by the judge or judges that issued the judgment. if circumstances prevent the presiding judge from making a pronouncement by him/herself. and (f) the main and conclusive text of the judgment. the court shall conduct such examination. 2. (Method of pronouncement of judgment) 1. (Principle of direct trial) 1. Where a single judge or a majority of judges on a panel of judges has been changed. 2. 188. 189. The statement of the facts and the matters in dispute shall be based on. Section III. A pronouncement of judgment shall be made in open court on the appointed date. and the text of the judgment shall be read aloud by the presiding judge. the parties shall state [before the newly appointed judge] the results of the previous oral argument. However.of fact are true. (c) the names and addresses of the parties and of their legal representatives. if a party applies for reexamination of a witness who was previously examined. If circumstances prevent judges belonging to a panel of judges from signing the written judgment.

(Self-binding effect of judgment) A court that hands down a judgment may not revoke or change the judgment. (Finality of matters decided in judgment) 1. The written judgment shall be served on the parties within two weeks of the date of pronouncement of judgment. 2. 190. render a ruling of correction at any time. The service described in Paragraph 1 shall be carried out using an authenticated copy of the written judgment. The binding effect described in Paragraph 1 shall determine rights and legal relationships as of the date of conclusion of oral argument. (Date on which judgment becomes final) 1. Effectiveness of Judgment 191. 2. 192. 2. The finality of a judgment is stayed by the filing of an appeal against the judgment or a motion to set it aside within the period referred to in Paragraph 1. and shall not apply to any finding contained in the grounds for the judgment. this shall not apply where a lawful Uttor appeal has been filed against the judgment. it shall have conclusive and binding effect. a finding in the final judgment that a countervailing obligation was extinguished by the operation of the offset is binding to the extent of the offset. (Ruling of correction) 1.for the absence of each such judge's signature on the judgment. the court may prepare a written ruling and serve authenticated copies thereof on the parties in lieu of affixing the ruling to the original and all authenticated copies of the judgment. the court may. 3. A judgment shall not become final prior to the expiration of the period in which an appeal against the judgment or a motion to set aside such judgment may be filed. However. The scope of the binding effect referred to in Paragraph 1 shall be limited to the matters determined in the main text of the judgment with regard to claims raised in the original action or in any counter-action. Section IV. Where a judgment is found to contain a miscalculation. 194. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling of correction. Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 3. 195. 3. (Date on which judgment may be enforced) A judgment may be enforced when it becomes final in accordance with the provisions of . 2. except in accordance with the provisions of Article 192 (Ruling of correction) below. where the defendant makes a claim for offset based on a countervailing obligation. where it is deemed appropriate. upon motion or on its own authority. When a judgment is final. 193. (Service of written judgment) 1. A ruling of correction shall be affixed to the original and all authenticated copies of the written judgment. clerical error or any other similar obvious error. However. 4.

such another person. declare that a provisional execution of judgment may be avoided upon the provision of security 3. A declaration of provisional execution shall be set forth in the main text of the judgment. (Effect of final judgment of foreign court) A final judgment of a foreign court shall be valid only where all of the following . 2. A declaration of provisional execution shall lose its effect upon the pronouncement of a higher court's judgment changing either such declaration or the judgment on the merits of the action to the extent that it is changed by such higher court's judgment. or where the court fails to make such a declaration in circumstances where the declaration should be made on the court's own authority. Where a decision is not issued on a motion for declaration of provisional execution. upon motion or on its own authority. 197. This shall also apply to the declaration described in Paragraph 2. (Scope of persons bound by final judgment) A final judgment is binding on the following persons: (a) the parties. on motion or on its own authority. upon motion of the defendant. The court may. Where only a declaration of provisional execution has been changed. 198. and (d) persons who possess the subject-matter of the action for the benefit of any of the persons identified in the preceding three subparagraphs. 2. With regard to a judgment concerning an action involving economic interests. the court may. (c) persons succeeding to the rights or obligations held by the persons identified in the preceding two subparagraphs after the action became pending before the court. the provisions of Paragraph 2 shall apply to the subsequent [higher court's] judgment changing the judgment on the merits of the action. declare that a provisional execution of judgment may be carried out with or without the provision of security by the winning plaintiff. 3. This shall also apply where a decision is not issued in response to the motion described in Paragraph 2. In a [higher court's] judgment that changes the judgment on the merits of the action.Article 194 (Finality of matters decided in judgment). 199. (Declaration of provisional execution) 1. 196. 4. the court shall. (Loss of effect of declaration of provisional execution and restitution) 1. render a supplemental ruling. order the plaintiff to return the thing given by the defendant pursuant to the declaration of provisional execution and to make compensation for any damage sustained by the defendant either as a result of such execution or as a result of measures taken to avoid such execution. (b) where a party became a plaintiff or defendant on behalf of another person. upon motion or on its own authority. except as otherwise provided by law. upon determining it necessary. the [higher] court shall.

or (d) where the contents of plaintiff’s statement on the date for oral argument were not noticed before the date to the defendant that failed to appear. Default Judgment 200. or responded without receiving such summons or order. Section V. the court shall deem the defendant to have admitted the truth of the plaintiff's allegations of fact. this shall not apply where the defendant contests the allegations of the plaintiff on the preceding date set for the preparatory proceedings for oral argument or oral argument. (Default judgment against defendant) 1. the court shall dismiss [with prejudice] the claims of the plaintiff via default judgment. (c) the contents of the judgment and the procedures followed in the action do not violate the public order or morals of Cambodia. Where the plaintiff fails to appear on a date set for the continuation of preparatory proceedings for oral argument. 2. Where the defendant fails to appear on the date set for oral argument. Where the court determines that the summons period is too short. 203. the court shall immediate terminate such proceedings and set another date as the first day of oral argument. the court shall dismiss [with prejudice] the plaintiff's claims. while if grounds to support the plaintiff's claims do not exist. and if grounds to support the plaintiff's claims exist. and (d) there is a guarantee of reciprocity between Cambodia and the foreign country in which the court is based. Where the plaintiff fails to appear on the date set for oral argument. However.conditions are fulfilled: (a) jurisdiction is properly conferred on the foreign court by law or by treaty. (b) the losing defendant received service of summons or any other order necessary to commence the action. the court may immediately terminate such proceedings and set another date as the first day of oral argument. 2. Where the defendant fails to appear on the first date set for the preparatory proceedings for oral argument. 202. (b) where there is sufficient evidence to conclude that a party that failed to appear did so due to natural disaster or other forces beyond their control. (c) where the action itself is unlawful. (Extension of date) 1. the court shall recognize the plaintiff's claims via the entry of default judgment. or that a party . (Where default judgment is not allowed) The court may not enter a default judgment in any of the following circumstances: (a) where a party that failed to appear did not duly receive service of summons. (Default judgment against plaintiff) 1. 3. Where the plaintiff fails to appear on the date set as the first day of preparatory proceedings for oral argument. 201. the court shall dismiss [with prejudice] the claims of the plaintiff via default judgment.

set a new date for hearing on the motion. and (d) the reason that the party was unable to timely appear on the specified date. 204. the court shall dismiss [without prejudice] the written motion via ruling. (b) an indication of the default judgment comprising the subject-matter of the motion. Where the court extends a date in accordance with Paragraph 1. it shall dismiss [without prejudice] the petition via ruling. 4. was unable to appear through no fault of their own. 206. Where there is no defect in a written petition. the party may file a petition to set aside the judgment. and where the court determines that the petition lacks reasonable grounds. the court shall order that any and all defects in the motion be remedied within a reasonable period of time specified by the court. The court shall. 2. 2. . it may extend the date set for preparatory proceedings for oral argument or for oral argument. (Petition to set aside default judgment) 1. Where a party fails to make a timely appearance on the court date due to an unforeseeable or unavoidable reason. the court shall serve the written petition on the other party. This period may not be extended. 205. investigate whether the petition was made in the manner provided by law and within the period of time provided by law. if the party making the petition fails to remedy the defects. (Method of filing petition to set aside default judgment) 1. (Examination and service of written motion) 1. 207. it shall deny the petition via ruling. The petition described in Paragraph 1 shall be made within two weeks from the date of receipt of service of the default judgment. (Hearing and decision on petition) 1. A petition to set aside a default judgment shall be made by submitting a written motion to the court that issued the default judgment. 2. Where service of a default judgment is to be made by publication or in a foreign country. and summon the parties to appear on such date. on its own authority. (c) an indication of the nature of the motion against the default judgment described in subparagraph (b). In the case described in Paragraph 1. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against the ruling described in Paragraph 2. Where the court determines that the petition was made unlawfully. as well as whether reasonable grounds for the petition exist. the party who did not appear shall be served with summons to appear on the new date. The written petition shall contain the following matters: (a) the names and addresses of the parties and of their legal representatives. 2. and a default judgment was rendered as a result. the court shall fix in the default judgment the period within which a motion for setting it aside may be filed. 3.2. Where a written motion fails to comply with the provisions of Article 205 (Method of filing petition to set aside default judgment). 3.

except in the cases described in Article 202 (Where default judgment is not allowed) and in Paragraph 2 of Article 203 (Extension of date). Where the judgment to be issued based on a de novo review of the case is identical to the default judgment. unless such costs were incurred due to the other party's improper conduct in the handling of the litigation. A written ruling shall be signed by the judge that issued it. . the court shall set a new date for the re-commencement of preparatory proceedings for oral argument or oral argument and notify the parties of such date. 2. (Effect of petition) 1. Where the judgment to be issued based on a de novo review of the case is not identical to the default judgment. 2. the court clerk of the court shall clearly indicate in the record of the case the giving of notice and the manner of notice employed. The provisions governing the discontinuance of an action shall apply mutatis mutandis to the discontinuance of a petition. In the case described in Paragraph 1. the court shall dismiss [with prejudice] the petition by means of a second default judgment. When notice of a ruling is given. (Issuance of second default judgment) 1. The second default judgment described in Paragraph 1 may not be challenged by a petition to set aside. 2. 210. 3. 2. 1. (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions) 1. 209.208. the status of the action shall be returned to the status in effect at the point in time before the party's failure to appear. Where a petition is granted. costs incurred as a result of the party's failure to appear shall be borne by the party failing to appear. the court shall issue a judgment upholding the default judgment. (Costs incurred from failure to appear) Where a default judgment is lawfully issued. Where a party who files a petition to set aside a default judgment fails to appear at the date [for the re-commencement of preparatory proceedings for oral argument or oral argument]. 212. 2. Rulings 213. even where the default judgment is subsequently reversed upon petition to set aside the judgment. (Notice of rulings) A ruling shall take effect when notice thereof is given in a manner deemed proper. Section VI. (Judgment based on de novo review) 1. The provisions of this Section shall apply mutatis mutandis to cross-actions. the court shall reverse the default judgment in the newly issued judgment. 211.

from the date on which the copy of the protocol referred to in Paragraph 4 was served. the court to which such clerk belongs shall render a decision via ruling. However. 218. preparatory proceedings for argument or compromise. After the defendant has. However. Discontinuance of an action shall be made in writing. while if the discontinuance of the action is made orally on a date set for oral argument. a plaintiff's attempt to discontinue the action shall be ineffective unless the defendant's agreement thereto is obtained. this shall not apply to cases where the discontinuance of the action is made orally on a date set for oral argument. (Discontinuance of action) 1. preparatory proceedings for argument or compromise. The same shall apply to cases where the discontinuance of the action was made orally on a date set for oral argument. on the merits of the action. (Objection to disposition taken by court clerk) With regard to any objection against dispositions taken by the court clerk. A plaintiff may discontinue all or part of an action until a final judgment is rendered. A discontinued action or part thereof is deemed to have never been pending before the court. (Effect of discontinuance of action) 1. made statements in preparatory proceedings for argument. if the defendant does not make an objection within two weeks from the date on which the action was discontinued if the defendant appeared on such date. 2. and the defendant appeared before the court on such date. Where the defendant does not make an objection within two weeks from the date of service of a written discontinuance of the action. a certified copy of the protocol for that date shall be served on the defendant. (Cancellation of ruling relating to control of litigation) A ruling relating to the control of litigation may be cancelled at any time. or presented oral argument. this shall not preclude it from being effected orally on a date set for oral argument. preparatory proceedings for argument or compromise. (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions relating to judgments) The provisions relating to judgments shall apply mutatis mutandis to rulings so long as such application is not inconsistent with the nature of the ruling. if the defendant did not appear on such date. 4.214. such writing shall be served on the defendant. 216. Chapter Six CONCLUSION OF ACTION NOT BASED ON JUDGMENT 217. In the cases described in the first sentence of Paragraph 2. 3. if the discontinuance of the action is made in writing. However. this shall not apply to the discontinuance of a cross-action where the principal action has been discontinued. submitted a preparatory document. the defendant shall be deemed to have consented thereto. 215. preparatory proceedings for argument or compromise. . 5. or.

2. 2. 3. This protocol shall be deemed to be . The parties may effect a compromise settlement of the action on a date set for oral argument. The compromise settlement referred to in Paragraph 1 may be entered into outside the courtroom if such disposition is deemed proper by the court. etc. Matters to be included in complaint). 222.) 1. preparatory proceedings for argument or compromise. (Abandonment or acknowledgment of claim) An abandonment or acknowledgment of a claim shall be made on a date set for oral argument. 219. 224. An application for a decision based on small claim procedures shall be made when the action is filed. fail to appear on the dates set for oral argument or preparatory proceedings for argument. on two consecutive occasions. such entry shall have the same effect as a final judgment. A small claim action may be instituted orally. it is sufficient to clearly indicate the points at issue. 220. (Characteristic of procedures) Procedures for small claim actions are established with the aim of settling the dispute promptly via summary procedures. etc. (Conditions for small claims. A party who discontinues an action after a final judgment is issued on the merits may not thereafter bring the same action. notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 2. (Effect of written compromise settlement.) Where a compromise settlement or an abandonment or acknowledgment of claim has been entered in the protocol of the case. 221. and do not within one month make a motion to set a subsequent date therefor. the court clerk shall enter the statement of the plaintiff in the protocol. The same shall apply to cases where both parties. matters to be clarified when action instituted) 1. A plaintiff is entitled to seek a decision based on small claim procedures where the subject matter of the action is a demand for the payment of money in an amount no greater than 1 million riels. preparatory proceedings for argument or compromise. (Oral institution of action. subparagraph (b) of Article 75 (Method of filing suit. 2. 225. (Compromise settlement of action) 1. When a plaintiff institutes a small claim action orally. Chapter Seven SPECIAL PROVISIONS REGARDING SMALL CLAIM MATTERS 223. the action shall be deemed to have been discontinued. 2. (Construction of discontinuance of action) Where both parties fail to appear on the date set for oral argument or for preparatory proceedings for oral argument. When a small claim action is instituted.

The judge may examine a witness without administering an oath. in the absence of special circumstances. this shall not apply after the defendant has proceeded with argument on the initial date set for oral argument. . 230.the written complaint. 226. this shall not apply where oral argument has been continued [to a subsequent date]. (Prohibition of cross-action) A cross-action may not be filed in a small claim action. 2. 228. 227. In the absence of special circumstances. However. the court clerk shall deliver to the parties a document that explains the procedures regarding trial and decision in small claim actions. (Designation of date for oral argument) 1. (Restriction on examination of evidence) An examination of evidence can be conducted only with regard to evidence that can be examined immediately. (c) the examination of evidence can be conducted only with regard to evidence that can be examined immediately. the court shall promptly designate a date for oral argument and summon the parties thereto. In a small claim action. At the time of service of summons to appear on the initial date for oral argument in a small claim action. the court shall conclude the trial on the initial date set for oral argument. When offering to examine a witness. 231. When a [small claim] action is filed. a party need not submit a written description of the matters to be questioned. 2. (b) Except for motion to set aside default judgment. the court must conclude the trial on the initial date set for oral argument. the judge shall first explain to the parties that: (a) in the absence of special circumstances. On the date referred to in Paragraph 1. (Principle of one-day trial) 1. nor after the conclusion of such date. 232. (Instruction regarding procedures) 1. (Order that parties appear in person) The court may order that a party or his legal representative appear in person even where an appointed representative has been appointed. the date described in Paragraph 1 shall fall within thirty (30) days of the date on which the action was filed. no objection or appeal may be made to a final judgment in a small claim action. 2. and (d) while the defendant may make a statement that the action is to be transferred to normal procedures. The parties shall advance all offensive or defensive measures before or on the date described in Paragraph 1. 229. 2. (Offer for examination of witness and examination of witness) 1.

in lieu of preparing a written judgment: (a) the names and addresses of the parties and their legal representatives. (Judgment and pronouncement thereof) 1. (b) where summons to appear on the initial date set for oral argument cannot be made on the defendant by means other than service by publication. the court clerk shall promptly notify the parties of the issuance and substance of the ruling. However. without delay.) 1. 2. 2. In the case described in Paragraph 1. 235. (Transfer to ordinary procedures pursuant to court ruling) 1.233. Where the court has pronounced judgment pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 2. the pronouncement of judgment need not be based on the original of a written judgment. 234. In the following cases. the court shall instruct the court clerk to include the matters set forth below in the protocol of the date for oral argument on which judgment was pronounced. The statement referred to in Paragraph 1 shall be in writing unless it is made on the date set for oral argument. this shall not apply after the defendant has proceeded with argument on the initial date set for oral argument. However. Where an action is transferred to ordinary procedures. notify the plaintiff that the action is to be transferred to ordinary procedures based on the defendant's statement. the court clerk shall. Paragraph 1 is made or when the ruling described in Article 234 (Transfer to ordinary procedures pursuant to court ruling). 236. 2. Except where deemed improper by the court. or (c) where it is deemed improper by the court to conduct such trial and decision based on small claim procedures. (b) the judgment sought by the plaintiff. this shall not apply where the statement was made on a date on which the plaintiff appeared in court. the court shall issue a ruling that the trial and decision of the action shall be conducted by ordinary procedures: (a) where trial and decision based on the procedures for small claims has been sought in contravention of the provisions of Paragraph 1 of Article 224 (Conditions for small claims. The defendant may make a statement indicating that the action is to be transferred to ordinary procedures.). (Transfer to ordinary procedures pursuant to defendant’s statement) 1. etc. the date already specified for the small claim action shall be deemed specified for the ordinary procedures. An action shall be transferred to ordinary procedures when the statement described in Article 233 (Transfer to ordinary procedures pursuant to defendant’s statement). Paragraph 1 is issued. (Timing of transfer to ordinary procedures. In such a case. etc. the court shall pronounce judgment by reading aloud the main text of the judgment and a summary of the grounds therefor. 2. . Where a ruling is issued pursuant to Paragraph 1. the court shall pronounce judgment immediately after the conclusion of oral argument. 3. 3. and (c) the main and conclusive text of the judgment. Where the statement referred to in Paragraph 1 is made.

238. A written judgment or a protocol in lieu of a written judgment in a small claim action shall be indicated as a judgment in a small claim action. (Exceptions from application) The provisions of Articles 103 (Purpose of preparatory proceedings for oral argument) through 112 (Objections to protocol of preparatory proceedings for oral argument. 237. establish an exemption from the obligation to pay damages for delay after the action was filed. 2. the moving party shall clearly state the grounds on which the change in date is sought. However. the court shall designate a provision regarding the loss of benefit of the term where the defendant defaults on a payment. TERM. upon determining it especially necessary in light of the defendant's financial state or other circumstances. The court shall set court dates upon motion or on its own authority. Chapter Eight DATES. Sundays and other legal holidays only in unavoidable circumstances. 2. or the actions specified in either of these subparagraphs together with subparagraph (c).) shall not apply to small claim procedures as defined in this Chapter VII. (b) establish a period for the making of installment payments. etc. (Changing of date) 1. When a party moves to change a court date [that has already been set]. (Setting of court dates) 1. SERVICE Section I. or (c) where payment has been made in accordance with subparagraph (a). dates for procedures to be carried out by an assigned panel member judge or an assigned non-member judge shall be set by that judge. this shall not apply to a motion to set aside a default judgment. Dates. However. Terms 240. with regard to the payment of money in connection with such authorized claim. On specification of installment payments as described in Paragraph 1 subparagraph (b). take either of the actions specified in subparagraphs (a) or (b) below. the court may. 2. . 241.4. within a time frame not to exceed three years from the date of pronouncement of judgment: (a) establish a time for payment. 239. The date set for preparatory proceedings for argument or for oral argument may not be changed except in unavoidable circumstances. (Deferment of payment by judgment) 1. (Prohibition of objection) No objection or appeal may be made to a final judgment in a small claim action. Court dates may be set on Saturdays. Where the court issues a judgment that authorizes a claim. or where payment has been made in accordance with subparagraph (b) without losing the benefit of time pursuant to Paragraph 2.

Where a party is unable to comply with a period fixed pursuant to the second sentence of Paragraph 1 of Article 244 (Extension of period) for a reason for which the party cannot be held responsible. The tasks related to effecting service shall be handled by the court clerk. 243. Where the last day of a period falls on a Saturday. The court may extend a period fixed by law or a period fixed by the court itself only in unavoidable circumstances. Where a first day is not designated in a decision in which a period is set. The initial date set for preparatory proceedings for oral argument may be changed based on the agreement of the parties. a bailiff. this shall not apply where otherwise provided by law. the period shall be deemed to run from the date on which the decision became effective. Except as otherwise provided by law. (Summons regarding date) A summons regarding a court date shall be issued by service of a writ of summons or by notifying a person who has appeared before the court. The grace period referred to in Paragraph 1 may not be extended. such grace period shall be two months. 245. However. for a party located overseas. 3. (Principle of service on court's authority. However. Service shall be carried out by a post office clerk. (Extension of period) 1. etc.) 1. the period shall be deemed to expire on the following [business] day. the person responsible for effecting . 3. 2. 244. (Calculation of periods) 1. 247. 242. Section II. 2. Except as otherwise provided by law. an act of litigation that was to have been completed within such period may be completed within a grace period of one week from the time that such reason has ceased to exist. Where the recipient of service cannot read. Sunday or legal holiday. (Subsequent completion of act of litigation) 1. (Principle of service by delivery) 1. an assigned panel member judge or an assigned non-member judge may extend a period fixed by such court or by such judge only in unavoidable circumstances. 2. 3. 2. service shall be effected through delivery of the document to be served to the person who is to receive service. Periods shall be calculated in accordance with the provisions pertaining to [calculation of] periods under the Civil Code. or a court clerk. Except where otherwise provided by law. 2. service shall be effected on the court's authority.3. the document to be served shall comprise a certified copy thereof. The court. Service 246.

Where the notice described in the first part of Paragraph 1 is given. etc. etc. (Service at location encountered) Notwithstanding the provisions of Articles 249 (Location of service) and 250 (Notice of place of service. 3. service on a legal representative may also be effected on the place of business or administrative office of the principal. Where the person who is to receive service is not encountered at the location where service is to be made. the service shall be made at the noticed location. (Notice of place of service. a place of business or an administrative office exists within Cambodia. but regarding whom it is not clear that a domicile. etc. notwithstanding the provisions of Article 249 (Location of service). place of business or administrative office of the person to be served. Where the person to receive service or the person to receive delivery pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 1 unreasonably refuses to receive service.) 1. provided such person possesses proper understanding regarding the receipt of documents. Service on a person incarcerated in an institution shall be effected on the warden of such institution. or by a person who gave notice pursuant to the provisions of such Paragraph.). This shall also apply where service is not refused by a person regarding whom it is clear that a domicile. However. residence. the . or in the person previously noticed as the person to receive service. 249. etc. (Service on person lacking capacity to litigate. residence. 4. except for persons who gave notice pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 1 of Article 250 (Notice of place of service. service may be made on only one of them. 248. the document may be delivered to a domestic servant or other employee.) 1. (Location of service) Service shall be effected at the domicile. service on a person who is to receive service. Where multiple persons have a joint right of representation. 2. (Supplemental service and service of leaving at the location) 1. 3.). 252. may be made where such person is encountered. 2. 250. or a co-resident. Service intended for a person lacking the capacity to litigate shall be made on that person's legal representative. residence. The party. place of business or administrative office exists within Cambodia. 2.service shall make efforts to notify the recipient of the nature of the service when the service is delivered. 251. The party. The notice described in Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be given in writing. legal representative or appointed representative may give notice of a change in the previously noticed location at which service is to be received. legal representative or appointed representative may give notice to the court in which the action was filed of the location within Cambodia where service is to be received or may give notice to the court regarding the person to receive service.

the facts regarding such refusal. prepare a report of such service and deliver it to the court. Upon motion and with the court's approval. or the fingerprint seal of such person in lieu of a signature. Where the person responsible for effecting service made an attempt to effect service but was unable to do so. and (i) the signature of the person effecting service. residence or other location to be served is unknown even after a reasonable attempt to investigate. (c) where service in a foreign country could not be made pursuant to the provisions of Article 253 (Service in foreign country).) 1. 253. The person responsible for effecting service shall. (c) the date and location of service. such person shall prepare and submit to the court a report of this fact together with the matters prescribed in subparagraphs (a) through (d) and subparagraph (i) of Paragraph 2. 255. (g) where receipt of a document is refused by the person on whom service was to be made or a person to receive delivery thereof pursuant to Paragraph 1 of Article 252 (Supplemental service and service of leaving at the location). The report described in Paragraph 1 shall contain the following matters: (a) an indication of the case and of the document(s) served. after service is made. or where service is deemed impossible even pursuant to such provisions. 3. the clerk of the court may effect service by publication in any of the following situations: (a) where the domicile. Service that is to be made in a foreign country shall be made by the court entrusting the document to be served to a competent governmental authority of the country or to the Cambodian ambassador. (Service in foreign country) 1. (b) where service could not be made pursuant to the provisions of Article 252 (Supplemental service and service of leaving at the location). (h) where service is made pursuant to Article 252 (Supplemental service and service of leaving at the location). (Requirements for service by publication) 1. (Report of service. (f) the signature of the person receiving a document. (e) where the person to receive service could not read.document may be left at the location where service is to be made. ministerial envoy or consul assigned to that foreign country or stationed therein. Where service is to be made in a foreign country in connection with proceedings to be carried out by an assigned panel member judge or an assigned judge. that the means was adopted pursuant to Paragraph 3 of Article 247 (Principle of service by delivery). such judge may also effect service pursuant to the method described in Paragraph 1. (d) the method of service. (b) the person on whom service was to be made. the facts regarding such service. 2. 254. 2. or (d) where six months have elapsed since service was entrusted to a competent . etc.

In the cases described in subparagraph (b) of Paragraph 1. However. subsequent services by publication on the same party shall be conducted on the court's own authority. the court may order the court clerk to effect service by publication even in the absence of a motion. the posting prescribed in Paragraph 1 may be performed at either the location described in Paragraph 1 or a location deemed proper by the court.2. service by publication made pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 4 of Article 255 (Requirements for service by publication) shall take effect the day after the posting of notice. However. The court may publish in the Official Gazette or in newspapers the fact that service by publication has been carried out. the court clerk may. Service by publication shall take effect two (2) weeks after the first date of the posting of notice pursuant to the provisions of Article 256 (Method of effecting service by publication). 256. give notice of the fact that service by publication has been made. However. . the period of time prescribed in Paragraph 1 for service by publication shall be six (6) weeks. 2. 3. where the court determines service by publication to be necessary in order to avoid delay in the litigation. the court clerk shall make efforts via an appropriate method to notify the party sought to be served that service by publication has been effected. (Effective date of service by publication) 1. Where service is to be made in a foreign country.) 1. Chapter Nine VIEWING OF CASE RECORDS 258. or may request delivery of authenticated copies. 4. this shall not apply to cases described in subparagraph (c) of Paragraph 1. governmental authority in a foreign country pursuant to the provisions of Article 253 (Service in foreign country) and the document establishing proof of service has not been delivered. Following the initial service by publication on a party. 257. Service by publication shall be made by posting on the notice board of the court a notice stating that the court clerk has custody of the document to be served and is ready to deliver such document at any time to the person on whom service is to be made. in lieu of publication in the Official Gazette or newspapers. (Method of effecting service by publication) 1. (Viewing of case records. Where service by publication is made pursuant to the provisions of subparagraph (b) of Paragraph 1 of Article 255 (Requirements for service by publication). 2. A party or a third party who has established to a preliminary showing his/her legal interest in the case may ask the court for permission to view or copy case records. Where service is to be made in a foreign country. etc. 3. In the cases described in Paragraph 1. or delivery of an official certification of matters related to the case. service of a writ of summons by publication shall be made by posting the writ of summons on the notice board of the court. certified copies or excerpts thereof.

certified copies or excerpts of case records shall indicate thereon that they comprise authenticated copies. 3. where a party or third party who has established to a preliminary showing his/her legal interest in the case makes a request with regard to such media. and shall be signed by the court clerk. The provisions of Paragraph 1 shall not apply to those audio tapes.2. transcription or duplication would hinder the maintenance of case records or the court's performance of its duties. Where [compliance with] a request for viewing. In such a case. the request shall be denied. videotapes or other media on which certain matters are recorded using an equivalent method that are attached to the case record. the court must permit the duplication thereof. . certified copies or excerpts. Authenticated copies.

. 262. Paragraph 1 is ineffective unless it is in writing. the parties have agreed not to make an Uttor appeal and have agreed to reserve the right to make a Satuk appeal.). (Restrictions on Uttor appeal against a decision regarding imposition of litigation costs) An independent Uttor appeal may not be made against a decision regarding the imposition of litigation costs. An Uttor appeal may be made against a final judgment issued by a court of the first instance. 2. following the entry of final judgment. or Satuk appeal if the parties have agreed as mentioned in subparagraph (a). (Types of appeal) 1. this shall not apply to decisions as to which no objection may be made.000. The agreement described in subparagraph (a). etc. A Chomtoah appeal can be made only where it is allowed by law. or (b) where a final judgment has been entered in a civil or commercial case and the amount at stake does not exceed 5. or to decisions as to which an objection may be made only by means of a Chomtoah appeal. etc. except in the following situations: (a) where. However. 2. (Judgments subject to Uttor appeal. A statement waiving the right to make an Uttor appeal in accordance with Paragraph 1 that is made after the Uttor appeal has been filed must be made together with the discontinuance of the Uttor appeal. Chapter Two UTTOR APPEAL 260.BOOK THREE APPEAL Chapter One GENERAL RULES 259. (Decisions subject to appellate review) Any and all [interlocutory] decisions issued prior to a final judgment shall be subject to the adjudication of the Uttor appellate court.) 1. The parties may waive the right to make an Uttor appeal. Paragraph 1 of Article 260 (Judgments subject to Uttor appeal. A Chomtoah appeal may not be brought against a ruling adjudicating a Chomtoah appeal. A decision that has not yet become final and binding may be appealed to a higher court based on the following methods: (a) Uttor appeal against a judgment issued by a court of first instance. or (c) Chomtoah appeal against a ruling. 2.000 riels. 261. 263. (b) Satuk appeal against a judgment issued by a Uttor appellate court. (Waiver of right of Uttor appeal) 1. 3.

(Method of filing Uttor appeal) 1. 265. the Uttor appellate court shall order that the defects therein be remedied. (Dismissal of Uttor appeal without oral argument) Where an Uttor appeal is unlawful and the defects cannot be remedied. In this case. 266. However. In the situation described in Paragraph 1. where the Uttor appellant fails to remedy the defects in the appeal. The period described in Paragraph 1 may not be extended. (Discontinuance of Uttor appeal) 1. 268. this shall not hinder the validity of an Uttor appeal filed before the commencement of this period. An Uttor appeal shall be made by filing a written Uttor appeal with the original court. 3. 3. A written Uttor appeal must be served on the Uttor appellee. (Time for filing Uttor appeal) 1. the original court shall promptly send the written Uttor appeal and the record of the case to the Uttor appellate court. 2. The written Uttor appeal shall contain the following matters: (a) the names and addresses of the parties and of their legal representatives. the Uttor appellate court may dismiss [without prejudice] the Uttor appeal via judgment without hearing oral argument. and (b) an indication of the judgment of the court of first instance and a statement indicating that an Uttor appeal is being filed with regard to such judgment. the Uttor appellant must make efforts to file with the Uttor appellate court a written document containing such grounds within thirty days of the filing of the Uttor appeal. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against the ruling described in Paragraph 2. 2. 269. An Uttor appeal must be filed within one month from the date that service of the written judgment was received or the date that a ruling denying or dismissing [without prejudice] a motion to set aside a default judgment became final and binding.264. and shall fix an appropriate period of time in which to do so. including cases where costs necessary for the service of the written Uttor appeal were not paid. If the written Uttor appeal does not include specific grounds for the reversal or amendment of the judgment of the court of first instance. (Uttor appellate court's right to review written Uttor appeal) 1. The provisions of Article 266 (Uttor appellate court's right to review written Uttor appeal) shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases in which the written Uttor appeal cannot be served. Where a written Uttor appeal contravenes the provisions of Paragraph 2 of Article 265 (Method of filing Uttor appeal). This shall also apply where the filing fee for an Uttor appeal is not paid in accordance with the provisions of Paragraph 4 of Article 61 (Filing fee). 2. An Uttor appeal may be discontinued at any time prior to the entry of a final . 267. 2. the court shall issue a ruling ordering that the Uttor appeal be dismissed [without prejudice]. (Service of Uttor appeal) 1.

The Uttor appellate court may. (Declaration of provisional execution of judgment by the Uttor appellate court) 1. the provisions of BOOK II (Proceedings at Court of First Instance) shall apply mutatis mutandis to procedures at the Uttor appellate review. However. However. Where a part of an Uttor appeal is discontinued. BOOK II and of Chapter VII. even if his right to make an [independent] Uttor appeal is extinguished. Incidental Uttor appeals shall be governed by the provisions of law pertaining to Uttor appeals. it may be made orally at the court date set for oral argument. upon motion. 271. (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions regarding proceedings at court of first instance) Except where otherwise provided by law. judgment by the Uttor appellate court. As a general rule. 270. Chapter V. 2. make a declaration of provisional execution of the judgment of the court of first instance. An incidental Uttor appeal shall become invalid where the Uttor appeal on which is based is discontinued or dismissed [without prejudice] on the ground that it is not in conformance with law. etc. of oral argument) 1. Oral argument shall be conducted only to the extent necessary to adjudicate a party's demand for amendment of the judgment rendered by the court of first instance. An appellee may make an incidental Uttor appeal at any time prior to the conclusion of oral argument. (Incidental Uttor appeal) 1. 2. but such declaration may concern only that part of the judgment as to which no appeal has been made. this shall not apply to the provisions of Articles 80 (Designation of date of initial preparatory proceedings for oral argument) and 104 (Attempt to compromise at preparatory proceedings for oral argument) and of Section V. an incidental Uttor appeal that satisfies the requirements for an Uttor appeal shall be deemed an independent Uttor appeal. 3. The provision of Article 219 (Construction of discontinuance of action)shall apply mutatis mutandis to discontinuance of Uttor appeal. BOOK II. the action shall be deemed to have never been pending before the Uttor appellate court with regard to that part. 3. 273. (Effect of acts of litigation conducted at the court of first instance) 1. preparatory proceedings for oral argument or compromise settlement. 2. the discontinuance of an Uttor appeal must be made in writing. 272. However.2. No appeal may be taken against the Uttor appellate court's decision on provisional execution. 274. Acts of litigation conducted at the court of first instance shall be given effect at the . The parties shall state the results of oral argument made at the court of first instance. (Scope. via ruling. 4.

(Institution of cross-action) 1. (Dismissal of Uttor appeal) 1. Where a case is remanded due to a procedural error in the court of first instance. In the cases described in Paragraph 1.2. (Restraint on assertion of lack of jurisdiction at the court of first instance) The parties may not assert during an Uttor appellate review that the court of first instance lacked jurisdiction. Even where the judgment of the court of first instance is found inappropriate for the reason given. an Uttor appeal shall be dismissed [with prejudice] if the judgment is appropriate for another reason. Uttor appellate review. the Uttor appellate court may. (Remand of case) 1. or (b) where a serious procedural error occurred in the trial of first instance. all proceedings previously carried out in such court in regard to that case shall be deemed reversed. this shall not apply to cases in which no further argument is required. 279. 275. . this shall not apply to cases involving exclusive jurisdiction. 280. In addition to the cases described in Paragraph 1. Preparatory proceedings for oral argument conducted at the court of first instance shall be given effect at the Uttor appellate review. where it reverses a judgment of the court of first instance. The Uttor appellate court shall. 278. the Uttor appellate court shall adjudicate the action. A cross-action may be filed in an Uttor appeal action only with the consent of the other party. (Scope of amendment of judgment of the court of first instance) The judgment of the court of first instance may be amended only to the extent sought by the Uttor appeal or the incidental Uttor appeal. However. remand the case to the court of first instance if further argument is required. 2. remand the case to the court of first instance. in cases where it reverses a judgment of the court of first instance which dismissed [without prejudice] the action as not in conformance with law. (Reversal of judgment of court of first instance) 1. 276. The Uttor appellate court shall reverse the judgment of the court of first instance in the following cases: (a) where the judgment was inappropriate. The Uttor appellate court shall dismiss [with prejudice] the Uttor appeal on determining that the judgment made by the court of first instance was appropriate. such defense will be deemed consent to the cross-action. 277. 2. 2. except where the provisions of Articles 280 (Remand of case) and 281 (Transfer due to error involving exclusive jurisdiction in court of first instance) apply. However. Where the other party defends a cross-action on the merits without raising an objection. 2. 3.

(d) some defect existed with regard to the authority of the legal representative or appointed representative. However. (Transfer due to error involving exclusive jurisdiction in court of first instance) Where a judgment of the court of first instance is reversed due to an error involving exclusive jurisdiction. (e) provisions regarding public access to oral argument were violated. (b) a judge who was legally prohibited from taking part in the judgment took part in the judgment. (Satuk appellate court) 1. (Absolute grounds for Satuk appeal) 1. 284. except where such a declaration is unnecessary. The ground provided in subparagraph (d) of Paragraph 1 shall not apply if subsequent ratification occurs in accordance with the provisions of Paragraph 2 of Article 35 (Measures in case of defect in capacity to litigate) or Paragraph 3 of . upon motion. the Uttor appellate court shall issue a judgment transferring the case to a court having jurisdiction over the case. laws or ordinances that has an effect on the judgment. (c) provisions of law pertaining to exclusive jurisdiction were violated. declare that a provisional execution may be carried out without the provision of security. 2.281. the court may require that security be provided as a condition for granting the provisional execution. or (f) the judgment issued did not provide the grounds therefor. a Satuk appeal may be made directly to the Supreme Court. or with regard to the authority granted to any representative to enable the representative to conduct a particular act of litigation. the Uttor appellate court shall. A Satuk appeal may be made to the Supreme Court against a final judgment of the Uttor appellate court. 285. A Satuk appeal may also be made against a final judgment of the Uttor appellate court acting pursuant to the provisions of special law as a court of first instance. 282. 2. where after the entry of the judgment both parties agree that the right to make a Satuk appeal will be reserved and that no Uttor appeal shall be filed. Chapter Three SATUK APPEAL 283. (General ground for Satuk appeal) A Satuk appeal may be made on the ground of a violation of the Constitution. A Satuk appeal may always be made on the following grounds: (a) the adjudicating court was not composed according to law. where the Uttor appellate court deems it appropriate. or the grounds provided are inconsistent. (Declaration of provisional execution on judgment in Uttor appeal) With regard to a judgment concerning a claim for the payment of money. With regard to a final judgment of a court of first instance.

In this case. (Service. or (b) where a statement of grounds for Satuk appeal is not submitted in violation in the provisions of Paragraph 1 of Article 289 (Statement of grounds for Satuk appeal). (Statement of grounds for Satuk appeal) 1. except where a ruling dismissing [without prejudice] the Satuk appeal is issued. the Satuk appellate court shall serve a notification of receipt of Satuk appeal on the parties. the appellant shall submit a written statement of grounds for Satuk appeal within 30 days of the receipt of service of notification of receipt of Satuk appeal. via ruling.Article 57 (Measures where defect in authority exists). (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions regarding Uttor appeal) Except as otherwise provided by law. (Method of filing Satuk appeal) A Satuk appeal shall be brought by submitting a written Satuk appeal to the original court. or the statement of grounds for Satuk appeal violates the provisions of Paragraphs 2 and 3 of Article 289 (Statement of grounds for Satuk appeal). 290. 288. the provisions of the preceding Chapter shall apply mutatis mutandis to Satuk appeals and the proceedings at Satuk appellate review. (Order to cure) 1. the appellant shall state the ground for Satuk appeal indicating the provision of the Constitution. the appellant shall state the grounds of Satuk appeal by indicating the provision and relevant facts which full fill the requirement. 287. Where the written Satuk appeal does not state the ground for the appeal. In cases where a Satuk appeal is made on a ground set forth in Article 284 (General ground for Satuk appeal). 2. law or ordinance claimed to be violated and the facts that give rise to the violation. Where the entire statement of grounds contained in a written Satuk appeal or in a statement of grounds for Satuk appeal submitted within the period of time set forth in Paragraph 1 of Article 289 (Statement of grounds for Satuk appeal) violates the . 3. 291. dismiss [without prejudice] the Satuk appeal: (a) where the Satuk appeal is in contravention of law and such defect cannot be cured. Where the Satuk appeal is made on any of the grounds stated in Article 285 (Absolute grounds for Satuk appeal). (Dismissal of Satuk appeal) In either of the cases below. 2. the original court shall promptly send the written Satuk appeal and the record of the case to the Satuk appellate court. if the facts in question involve litigation procedure. the Satuk appellate court shall. such facts shall be described in the statement of grounds. The Satuk appellate court shall serve the written Satuk appeal on the appellee at the same time as the service of the notification of receipt of Satuk appeal pursuant to Paragraph 1. 286. In this case. 289. etc. of notification of receipt of Satuk appeal) 1. Where a Satuk appeal is filed.

the statement of grounds for Satuk appeal. this shall not apply where the Satuk appellate court conducts trial and renders judgment without oral argument and such service is deemed unnecessary. 295. 2. . 294. (Dismissal of Satuk appeal without oral argument) Where the Satuk appellate court determines from the written Satuk appeal. make a declaration of provisional execution regarding any part of the original judgment as to which no appeal has been made. (Declaration of provisional execution) The Satuk appellate court may. (Exception relating to matters to be examined on court's own authority) The provisions of Articles 295 (Scope of review) and 296 (Binding effect of findings of fact in original judgment)shall not apply to matters to be examined on the court's own authority.the Satuk appellate court shall. that grounds for the granting of a Satuk appeal do not exist. laws or ordinances. a copy of the statement of grounds for Satuk appeal shall be served on the appellee. (Scope of review) The Satuk appellate court shall review a Satuk appeal only within the scope of the appeal. (Order to submit a preparatory document) The Satuk appellate court may order the appellee to submit the initial preparatory document to the Satuk appeal within an appropriate period of time established by the court. However.2. via ruling. order that such defect be cured within an appropriate period of time established by the court. Where a Satuk appeal is filed pursuant to Paragraph 2 of Article 283 (Satuk appellate court). it may dismiss [with prejudice] the Satuk appeal via judgment without oral argument. provisions of Paragraphs 2 and 3 of Article 289 (Statement of grounds for Satuk appeal). the Satuk appellate court may not reverse the original judgment on the ground that the findings of fact in such judgment were adopted in violation of the Constitution. 292. A ruling of dismissal pursuant to subparagraph (b) of Article 290 (Dismissal of Satuk appeal) shall be issued where the appellant fails to effect such cure within the time period established in accordance with Paragraph 1 of this Article. the initial preparatory document submitted by the appellee and any other document. 297. based on the stated grounds for the Satuk appeal. 296. Findings of fact lawfully adopted in the original judgment shall be binding on the Satuk appellate court. 298. 293. upon motion and via ruling. (Service of copy of statement of grounds for Satuk appeal) Where the Satuk appellate court does not issue a ruling dismissing [without prejudice] a Satuk appeal pursuant to the provisions of Article 290 (Dismissal of Satuk appeal). (Binding effect of findings of fact in original judgment) 1.

within two weeks of the filing of the Chomtoah appeal. and the Satuk appellate court can adjudicate the case based on such facts. or (b) where the original judgment is reversed on the ground that the case does not fall within the authority of the court. (Reversal and de novo adjudication) The Satuk appellate court shall adjudicate the case de novo in the following cases: (a) where the original judgment is reversed on the ground that the Constitution. 2. However. the Chomtoah appellant shall. In this case. 3. A Chomtoah appeal shall be brought by filing a written Chomtoah appeal with the original court. (Period for Chomtoah appeal) 1. (Appeal of ruling by assigned panel member judge or assigned non-member judge) 1. 302. the Satuk appellate court shall reverse the original judgment and. law or ordinance was incorrectly applied to the facts found in the original trial.299.) 1. A court that receives a case via remand or transfer pursuant to Paragraph 1 shall adjudicate the case based on a new oral argument. 300. remand the case to the original court or transfer it to an equivalent court. In such a case. Any judge that participated in the original judgment may not participate in the decision described in Paragraph 2. factual and legal determinations on which the Satuk appellate court based its reversal shall be binding on the court to which the case is remanded or transferred. the objection may be raised before such court only if a Chomtoah appeal could be made if the ruling were issued by a court of first instance. etc. 2. except in cases described in Article 300 (Reversal and de novo adjudication). the original court shall promptly send the written Chomtoah appeal and the record of the case to the Chomtoah appellate court. where the court in which the suit is pending is the Supreme Court or an Uttor appellate Court. (Reversal and remand. Chapter Four CHOMTOAH APPEAL 301. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling on the objection described in Paragraph 1. A Chomtoah appeal must be filed within one week from the date of receipt of . submit a written document stating such grounds to the Chomtoah appellate court. 2. Where the grounds set forth in Articles 284 (General ground for Satuk appeal) and 285 (Absolute grounds for Satuk appeal) exist. Where a written Chomtoah appeal does not contain specific grounds for the reversal or amendment of the original ruling. (Method for making Chomtoah appeal) 1. A party who objects to a ruling issued by an assigned panel member judge or an assigned non-member judge may raise such objection before the court in which the suit is pending if it would be possible to make a Chomtoah appeal against the ruling if such ruling were a ruling of the court in which the suit is pending. 303.

the Chomtoah appellate court may examine of the Chomtoah appellant or any other interested person. . 304. may stay the execution of the ruling or order any other necessary disposition until a ruling is made on the Chomtoah appeal. (Stay of effect of original ruling) 1. The Chomtoah appellate court. 2.2. except to the extent that such provisions are inconsistent with nature of such appeals or procedures. Where no oral argument is to be conducted. or the court that issued the original ruling. 306. The provisions of law pertaining to Satuk appeals and the procedures followed in Satuk appellate courts shall apply mutatis mutandis to Chomtoah appeals from rulings of the Uttor appellate court acting as the court of first instance and to the procedures followed in connection therewith. 2. The period prescribed in Paragraph 1 may not be extended. notice of the ruling. The provisions of law pertaining to Uttor appeals shall apply mutatis mutandis to Chomtoah appeals against rulings of courts of first instance and to the procedures followed in Chomtoah appellate courts. (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions pertaining to Uttor appeal or Satuk appeal) 1. A Chomtoah appeal shall have the effect of staying the effect of the original ruling. 305. examinations in lieu of oral argument) 1. 2. (Optional nature of oral argument. except to the extent that such provisions are inconsistent with such appeals or procedures. A Chomtoah decision may be made without oral argument.

Where a judgment on the merits has been entered at an Uttor appellate review. (b) a judge not legally authorized to participate in the judgment participated in the judgment. provided however that such motion is not available where the party has asserted such grounds during [Uttor or Satuk appellate review]. (f) a document or other item used as evidence to support the judgment was forged or fraudulently altered. (c) the authority of the legal representative. the moving party was led to make a confession or was hindered from advancing offensive or defensive measures that would have affected the judgment.BOOK FOUR RETRIAL Chapter One retrial 307. due to a reason other than lack of evidence. a motion for retrial contesting the judgment of the court of first instance may not be filed. or (j) the judgment against which the motion for retrial was made conflicts with a judgment that previously became final and binding. the authorization required in order for the legal representative to conduct a particular act of litigation. expert witness. (Grounds for retrial 1) 1. the judgment of conviction or the decision imposing a non-penal fine has become final and binding. sworn party or legal representative. Where any of the grounds described in subparagraphs (d) through (g) of Paragraph 1 exist. (e) due to the criminal act of another. (h) a civil or criminal judgment or any other decision or administrative disposition on which the judgment was based has been changed by a subsequent decision or administrative disposition. a motion for retrial may be brought against a final judgment that has become final and binding. 2. (g) evidence to support the judgment was based on the false statement of a witness. or where the party was aware of such grounds and did not assert them: (a) the court rendering the judgment was not composed in accordance with law. or the authority of the appointed representative was lacked. Where any of the following grounds exist. . or (b) a binding judgment of conviction or a binding decision imposing a non-penal fine cannot be obtained. a motion for retrial may be brought if either of the following circumstances exists: (a) with regard to a punishable action. (i) significant facts or matters that would have affected the judgment were left undecided. (d) a judge who participated in the judgment committed a crime in connection with the judge's discharge of his official duties in the case. interpreter. 3.

2. 2. (Retrial court) 1. 310. such ground may be used as a ground for retrial with respect to such judgment even if an independent method for making an appeal against the decision is provided for. except to the extent they are inconsistent therewith. 3. A motion for retrial shall be filed within thirty days of the date on which the party learned of the ground for retrial after the judgment became final and binding. The period prescribed in Paragraph 1 may not be extended. 3. However. (Grounds for retrial 2) Where any of the grounds set forth in Paragraph 1 of Article 307 (Grounds for retrial 1) exists with regard to a decision forming the basis of a judgment. (Retrial procedure) The provisions of law pertaining to litigation proceedings at each level shall apply mutatis mutandis to the procedure followed on retrial. this shall not apply where the ground for retrial is the ground provided in subparagraph (c) or subparagraph (j) of Paragraph 1 of Article 307 (Grounds for retrial 1). 313. A motion for retrial shall include the following: (a) the names and addresses of the parties and the names and address of the parties' legal representatives. and a statement that a retrial is being sought regarding such judgment. (Change of ground for retrial) A party who files a motion for retrial may change the ground for retrial stated therein. The judge who participated in the judgment against which the motion for retrial was made may not participate in trial or decision of the retrial. . 312. A motion for retrial shall fall under the exclusive jurisdiction of the court that rendered the judgment as to which the retrial is sought. or (ii) where the ground for retrial came into existence after the judgment became final and binding.308. and (c) the facts comprising the grounds for retrial. A motion for retrial may not be filed more than five years after either: (i) the date on which the judgment became final and binding. 311. (Matters to be included in motion for retrial) 1. the date on which the ground for retrial came into existence. this shall not apply where the ground for retrial is the ground specified in either subparagraph (c) or subparagraph (j) of Paragraph 1 of Article 307 (Grounds for retrial 1). (b) an indication of the judgment regarding which the retrial is sought. However. 309. Jurisdiction over all motions for retrial with regard to judgments rendered by courts of different levels shall rest with the highest level court among such courts. A copy of the judgment regarding which retrial is sought shall be attached to a motion for retrial. (Period for retrial) 1. 2.

(Third-party motion for retrial) 1. a subsequent motion for retrial based on the ground previously found invalid may not be filed. 3. 2. A Chomtoah appeal may be brought against the ruling described in Paragraph 1. Where a ruling ordering the commencement of a retrial has become final and binding. In the motion for retrial described in Paragraph 1. 2. 4. 2. (Retrial regarding ruling) 1. In cases other than those described in Paragraph 2. 318. 316. The court shall examine of the adversary party when issuing the ruling described in Paragraph 1. (Trial and decision on the merits) 1. the third party may file a motion for retrial with regard to the judgment when it has become final and binding. A Chomtoah appeal may be brought against a ruling issued pursuant to Paragraphs 1 and 2. 315. 3. the court shall. the original plaintiff and defendant shall be deemed co-defendants. the court shall reverse the judgment and issue a new decision. The provisions of Articles 307 (Grounds for retrial 1) through 316 (Trial and decision on the merits) shall apply mutatis mutandis to the motion described in Paragraph 1. The provisions of Article 41 (Rules regarding trial in compulsory joint litigation) shall apply mutatis mutandis to persons deemed co-defendants pursuant to Paragraph 2 and to a third party who files a motion for retrial pursuant to Paragraph 1. Once the ruling described in Paragraph 2 has become final and binding. 2. the court shall issue a ruling ordering the commencement of a retrial. Where a plaintiff and defendant collude in order to obtain a judgment prejudicial to the rights or interests of a third party. Where grounds for retrial exist. dismiss [with prejudice] the motion for retrial. 317. the court shall dismiss it [without prejudice] via ruling. (Ruling ordering commencement of retrial) 1. 2. A motion for retrial may be filed with regard to a ruling that has become final and binding and is subject to Chomtoah appeal. 3. Where there is no valid ground for retrial. (Dismissal of motion for retrial) 1. 3. the court shall proceed with trial and decision on the merits within the scope of the motion for retrial. .314. the court shall dismiss [with prejudice] the motion for retrial via ruling. Where a motion for retrial is not in accordance with law. upon determining the judgment to be proper. In the cases described in Paragraph 1.

2. or where there is no domicile in Cambodia or such domicile is unknown.BOOK FIVE DEMAND PROCEDURE Chapter One DEMAND PROCEDURE 319.the person's domicile.the location in which such office or place of business is located. (Application of provisions pertaining to suit) Provisions pertaining to 'suit' shall apply mutatis mutandis to motions seeking issuance of a demand ruling except where such provisions are inconsistent with the nature of such a ruling. (a) a claim against a person having an office or place of business and pertaining to business transacted therein: . or where there is no office or place of business within Cambodia. the location of the person's residence. A motion seeking the issuance of a demand ruling in regard to the following types of claims may also be made in the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the corresponding location provided below. upon motion of the obligee. 322. or a claim ancillary thereto: .the juridical person's main office or place of business within Cambodia. (Requirements for demand ruling) With regard to a claim for the payment of money. and/or (c) a foreign juridical person: . or where there is no office or place of business. this shall apply only where such demand can be served in Cambodia in a manner other than service by publication. 320. 3.The location of payment of the bill or check. the location of the domicile of the entity's representative or other principal person in charge of the operations of the entity. (b) a domestic juridical person: . 321. the location of the domicile within Cambodia of the entity's representative or other principal person in charge of the operations of the entity. A motion seeking the issuance of a demand ruling against each of the types of obligor described below shall be made in the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the corresponding location provided below: (a) a natural person: . Jurisdiction over the motions described in Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be exclusive. (Motion seeking issuance of demand ruling) 1. However. issue a ruling demanding payment [('demand ruling')]. (b) a claim for the payment of money based on a bill or check.the juridical person's main office or place of business. the court may. (Dismissal of motion) Where a motion seeking issuance of a demand ruling violates the provisions of Article .

the court shall on its own authority make a declaration of provisional execution. (Service of demand ruling) 1.) 1. The period specified in the latter part of Paragraph 3 may not be extended. (b) the contents of the main text of the ruling sought [by the obligee]. the motion seeking issuance of a demand ruling shall be deemed withdrawn. the court shall dismiss the motion via ruling.319 (Requirements for demand ruling) or Article 320 (Motion seeking issuance of demand ruling). an alternative location at which service can be made. The court shall notify the obligee of the demand ruling and serve the demand ruling on the obligor. (Matters to be included in demand ruling) 1. (Effect of objection to issuance of demand ruling made prior to declaration of provisional execution) 1. 4. 323. location of residence. (Dismissal of objection to demand ruling made prior to declaration of provisional execution) 1. and (c) the names and addresses of the parties and the names and addresses of their legal representatives. 325. within two (2) months after the obligee receives such notification. the court shall notify the obligee of this fact. 3. does not exist at the location provided by the obligee. . 2. this rule shall apply to that part. 2. In this case. A Chomtoah appeal may be brought against the ruling described in Paragraph 1. 2. The demand ruling shall take effect when service thereof is made on the obligor. 2. A demand ruling shall include the following matters: (a) an order for the payment of a certain sum of money. Where the demand ruling cannot be served because the obligor's domicile. etc. 326. the court shall dismiss the objection via ruling. The obligor may make an objection to a demand ruling before the court that issued it. or it is clear from the substance of the motion that there are no grounds for the claim. A demand ruling shall be issued without examination of the obligor. Where a demand ruling cannot be issued as to part of a claim. the demand ruling shall lose legal effect to the extent of the objection raised thereto. 324. or the address of the obligor's representative or other principal person in charge of its operation. Where a valid objection to issuance of demand ruling is brought prior to a declaration of provisional execution. place of business or office. Where the court determines that an objection to issuance of demand ruling that was brought prior to a declaration of provisional execution is unlawful. and the facts necessary to specify the claim. The demand ruling described in Paragraph 1 shall include the statement that if no objection thereto is brought within two (2) weeks from the date that the obligor received service thereof. if the obligee fails to provide. (Issuance of demand ruling. 327.

330. Where a judgment rendered in a litigation [resulting from objection] arising . (Judgment in litigation [resulting from objection] following declaration of provisional execution) 1. costs incurred in connection with the demand procedure shall be deemed a part of the costs of the litigation initiated thereby. (Declaration of provisional execution) 1. 2. The provisions of Article 197 (Loss of effect of declaration of provisional execution and restitution) and of Paragraph 2 of Article 325 (Service of demand ruling)apply mutatis mutandis to a declaration of provisional execution made pursuant to Paragraph 1. the court shall include in the demand ruling an additional statement regarding the amount of costs incurred in connection with the demand procedure. 329.) that is brought in regard to a demand ruling as to which a declaration of provisional execution has already been made shall be brought within two (2) weeks of the date that service thereof was received. 3. 328. In this case. (Dismissal of objection to issuance of demand ruling brought after declaration of provisional execution) 1. and shall make a declaration of provisional execution thereof. a suit shall be deemed to have been filed before the court that issued the demand ruling in regard to a claim as to which the objection to issuance of demand ruling has been filed. or where a ruling dismissing an objection to issuance of demand ruling brought prior to a declaration of provisional execution becomes final and binding. etc. the court shall dismiss the objection via ruling. 2.2. The period specified in Paragraph 1 may not be extended. Where an obligor fails to bring an objection to a demand ruling within two (2) weeks of the date of receipt of service thereof. 331. costs incurred in connection with the demand procedure shall be deemed a part of the costs of the litigation initiated thereby. In this case. Where the court determines that an objection to issuance of demand ruling that was brought after a declaration of provisional execution was made is unlawful. a suit shall be deemed filed before the court prescribed in Article 320 (Motion seeking issuance of demand ruling) in regard to a claim as to which the objection to issuance of demand ruling has been filed. (Conversion to litigation arising from objection to issuance of demand ruling brought after declaration of provisional execution) Where a valid objection to issuance of demand ruling is brought after a declaration of provisional execution. 332. A Chomtoah appeal may be brought against the ruling described in Paragraph 1. In the case described in Paragraph 1. 2. which shall be served on the parties. An objection to issuance of demand ruling described in Paragraph 2 of Article 323 (Issuance of demand ruling. The declaration of provisional execution shall be contained in the demand ruling. (Objection to issuance of demand ruling brought after declaration of provisional execution) 1.

or where a ruling dismissing an objection made in regard to a demand ruling that includes a declaration of provisional execution becomes final and binding. a judgment rendered in a litigation [resulting from objection] pursuant to the provisions of Article 331 (Conversion to litigation arising from objection to issuance of demand ruling brought after declaration of provisional execution)shall nullify a demand ruling that includes a declaration of provisional execution. the demand ruling shall have the effect of a final and binding judgment. the court shall uphold the demand ruling that included the declaration of provisional execution. 333. Except where a demand ruling that included a declaration of provisional execution is upheld pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 1. (Effect of demand ruling) Where no objection is made in regard to a demand ruling that includes a declaration of provisional execution. pursuant to the provisions of Article 331 (Conversion to litigation arising from objection to issuance of demand ruling brought after declaration of provisional execution) conforms to the demand ruling.2. this shall not apply where the demand procedure was conducted in violation of law. . However.

The court of first instance to which the relevant bailiff is attached shall render the decision in respect of any motion of objection to any execution measures to be taken by the bailiff. 2. 338. the execution court may examine any interested person or other informant as it deems necessary. The court of first instance charged with execution in accordance with the provisions of this Book shall be the execution court. who are performing duties relating to execution by order of an execution court and who encounter resistance to the performance of such duties. 335. (Observers at the time of execution) Bailiffs or other persons performing duties relating to execution by order of an execution court who upon entering a person’s residence in the performance of their . etc.BOOK SIX COMPULSORY EXECUTION Chapter One GENERAL PROVISIONS Section I. 2. (Tenor) Except as otherwise provided by other laws. Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall also apply to the case where the court of first instance renders a decision or takes any other measure in relation to a motion of objection to any execution measure taken by a bailiff. 3.) 1. 4. Decisions by the execution court shall be made by ruling. 339. When taking any execution measure. 1. 3. (Execution organs) Execution shall be carried out by the execution organs on motion by a party. 337. Persons other than bailiffs. Section II. (Ensuring performance of duties by bailiffs. 2. the provisions of Book II through IV shall apply mutatis mutandis to proceedings of preservative relief. Execution Organs 336. The execution organ shall consist of an execution court or a bailiff. may request the assistance of a bailiff. persons holding claims or security rights under the Civil Code or other laws shall be entitled to seek enforcement of such rights by compulsory execution in accordance with the provisions of this Book. (Decisions by execution courts) 1. (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions of Book II through IV) Except where expressly provided. Bailiffs who encounter resistance to the performance of their duties may use force or request the assistance of the police or other national organs responsible for maintenance of public order in order to remove such resistance. Tenor 334.

the execution court may request the assistance of the competent government office. Pending the coming into effect of judgment on the Chomtoah appeal. A bailiff or a person executing duties in connection with compulsory execution pursuant to an order of a court must present the document evidencing that he/she has obtained the permission set forth in paragraph 1. his/her agent. (Carrying of identification) When performing their duties. with or without the posting of security. (Objections to execution) 1. police officer or other person deemed suitable to be an observer. and 6:00 a.m. or between 6:00 p. etc.duties. shall call as an observer a commune official. This provision shall apply likewise to the case where a bailiff is using force or receiving the assistance of a police officer or other national organ responsible for maintenance of public order in accordance with Article 338 (Ensuring performance of duties by bailiffs. . a Chomtoah appeal under this Book shall not stay the effect of the original ruling. employee or other dependant of reasonable discernment. (Execution on holidays or at night) 1. if said bailiff or person will enter the premises of a person and execute the duties on Sunday or other holiday as defined by law or regulation. 340. The terms of Paragraph 2 of Article 343 (Special rules governing Chomtoah appeals relating to execution procedures) shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases where motions of objection to execution have been filed. Notwithstanding the terms of Article 305 (Stay of effect of original ruling). 342. Objections to execution measures taken by a bailiff and/or their delay or neglect relating thereto may be filed at the court of first instance to which such officers are attached. A bailiff or a person performing duties in connection with compulsory execution pursuant to an order of a court must obtain permission from the court of first instance to which he/she is attached. the following morning. (Special rules governing Chomtoah appeals relating to execution procedures) 1. or (b) order a stay of the whole of part of the execution procedures. and shall present the same upon request by any interested person. a bailiff or other person performing duties relating to execution by order of an execution court shall carry documentary evidence of his/her identity or status. 343. 2.m. above. (Request for assistance to government office) Where necessary for execution. cannot find the householder.) paragraph 1. with or without the posting of security. 2. A motion of objection may be filed with the execution court against execution measures against which a Chomtoah appeal cannot be filed. 341. the Chomtoah appeal court may make the following rulings: (a) order a stay of the effect of the original ruling. or cohabiting relative. 344. 3. 2. or the execution court which issued the order.

Section IV. 346. persons other than persons eligible to become appointed representatives pursuant to Paragraph 1 of Article 53 (Qualification of appointed representative)shall be eligible to become appointed representatives with the permission of the execution court or court of first instance for the purpose of execution procedures carried out by such court. and/or (c) any person whatsoever may become an appointed representative in the course of the procedures carried out by a bailiff. (Form of motions for execution) 1. (b) description of the title of execution. and/or (c) a ruling of a court of first instance dismissing a motion of objection to a disposition of a bailiff canceling an execution procedure. . Rulings against which Chomtoah appeals may be made under Paragraph 1 shall only come into effect when they become binding. the party that files a motion for execution shall be referred to as the “debtor in execution” and the other party named in such motion as the “creditor in execution”. An execution court or court of first instance may cancel any permission granted under subparagraph (b) of Paragraph 1. Section III. executable title of execution: (a) the name or title and address of the creditor in execution and debtor in execution together with the name and address of their legal representatives.345. (Naming of parties) In this Book. 2. (Chomtoah appeal against cancellation ruling. (b) a ruling by a court of first instance ordering a bailiff to cancel execution procedures. (Appointed representative for execution procedures) 1. 2. Necessary Conditions to Execution 349. A motion for execution shall be in writing. 348. etc. and shall be accompanied by the original. A written motion for execution shall include the following matters. (Exclusive jurisdiction) Court jurisdiction prescribed in this Book shall be exclusive. Chomtoah appeals may be made against the rulings described below: (a) a ruling of cancellation by an execution court of an execution procedure. Matters relating to appointed representatives for execution procedures shall be governed by the following: (a) Paragraph 1 of Article 53 (Qualification of appointed representative) shall govern procedures relating to suits or appeals provided in Book Ⅵ. Execution Parties and Representatives 347.) 1. 2. (b) except in cases provided in subparagraph (a).

(Scope of persons who can be parties to execution) 1. Execution shall be carried out on the basis of a title of execution. Article 352 (Execution judgment of foreign court judgment) (h) an arbitration award in respect of which an execution ruling has been rendered that has become final and binding under. this fact and the scope thereof shall be noted in the motion for execution. If the creditor in execution is seeking execution of only part of the claim that is noted in the title of execution ordering payment of money. the details of the judgment that is sought by the creditor in execution. a judgment that is conclusive in the sense that the period for normal appeal has expired. and/or (e) in the case of substituted execution or indirect enforcement. classification of whether direct enforcement. (Title of execution) 1. a description of the property that is the target of the execution and the method of execution that is sought by the creditor in execution. provided that this only applies to certificates that include a statement that the debtor shall be immediately subject to execution.and/or (i) a protocol having the same effect as a final judgment such as a protocol prescribed in Article 222 (Effect of written compromise settlement. (d) in the case of direct enforcement. Article 353 (Execution of arbitration awards). Execution can be carried out with the following persons as creditor in execution or debtor in execution: (a) parties noted in the title of execution (b) if a party set forth in the title of execution has become a party on behalf of another person.7 (b) a judgment for performance accompanied by a declaration of provisional execution. provided that this is limited to final and binding rulings in the case of rulings that are only valid upon becoming final and binding. (d) a ruling demanding payment accompanied by a declaration of provisional execution. (f) a certificate prepared by a notary concerning a demand for a fixed amount of money. (g) a judgment of a foreign court in respect of which an execution judgment has been rendered that has become final and binding under. 350. etc. said other person (c) successors of parties described in Items (a) and (b) after establishment of the 6 kakutei (hanketsu) – i. .e. Title of execution refers to the following: (a) a binding6 judgment for performance.(c) 3. 2.) 351. as opposed to a declaratory judgment or a formative judgment. and therefore binding.e. (c) a ruling ordering payment. a judgment ordering an action (often payment) to be taken or not taken. 7 kyufu hanketsu i. substituted execution or indirect enforcement is sought. (e) disposition by a court clerk prescribed in Paragraph 1 of Article 66 (Procedures to fix amount of litigation costs).

3. (Execution of arbitration awards) 1. or that can be attached. The execution judgment must include a statement that execution of the foreign court judgment is permitted. under the law of the country where the award was made.2. is located. 5. (g) or (h) of Paragraph 2 of Article 350 (Title of execution). 352. An execution ruling of a court must be obtained in order to execute an arbitration award. 2. then the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the territory in which the property that is the object of the claim. 4. if that party furnishes proof that: (a) a party to the arbitration agreement was under some incapacity. In arriving at an execution judgment. Suits under Paragraph 2 shall be dismissed if the foreign court judgment is not proved to have become final and binding or does not fulfill each of the conditions set forth in Article 199 (Effect of final judgment of foreign court). Execution by title of execution described in Items (a) to (c) and (g) to (i) of Paragraph 2 of Article 350 (Title of execution) may also be carried out against persons holding the property that is the target of the claim on behalf of persons listed in any Item of Paragraph 1. 2. A suit seeking execution of a judgment of a foreign court shall fall within the jurisdiction of the court having territorial jurisdiction over the debtor in execution by application of Article 8 (Jurisdiction conferred by address. (Execution judgment of foreign court judgment) 1. the court shall not examine the merits of the foreign court judgment. if no court is determined to have jurisdiction under said Article. title of execution. (d) the composition of the arbitral tribunal or the arbitral procedure was not in accordance with the agreement of the parties or. etc. failing such agreement. or in the absence of a choice of law. provided that this shall mean successors after a suit becomes pending in the case of title of executions described in Items (a). or the said agreement is not valid under the governing law chosen by the parties. The party submitting the motion for execution of an arbitration award shall file the following documents: (a) the duly authenticated original arbitration award or duly certified copy thereof. was . 353. (b). or contains decisions on matters beyond the scope of the submission to arbitration. or (c) the award deals with a dispute not contemplated by or not falling within the terms of the submission to arbitration. (b) the party against whom the award is invoked was not given proper notice of the appointment of an arbitrator or of the arbitral proceedings or was otherwise unable to present his case. or (b) the original arbitration agreement or a duly certified copy thereof. whether domestic or foreign. 3. The court may refuse to execute an arbitration award at the request of the party against whom it is invoked. An execution judgment must be obtained from a Cambodian court in order to execute a judgment of a foreign court.).and. shall have jurisdiction.

not in accordance with the law of the country where the arbitration took
place; or
(e) the award has not yet become binding on the parties or has been set aside or
suspended by a court of the country in which, or under the law of which, that
award was made.
4.
A court may refuse to execute an award if the court finds that:
(a) the subject-matter of the dispute cannot be settled by arbitration; or
(b) the recognition or enforcement of the award would be contrary to public
policy;
5.
A motion seeking execution of a domestic arbitration award shall fall within the
jurisdiction of the court having territorial jurisdiction over the debtor in execution
by application of Article 8 (Jurisdiction conferred by address, etc.), and if no court
is determined to have jurisdiction under the said Article, then the court of first
instance having jurisdiction over the territory in which the property that is the
object of the claim, or that can be attached, is located, shall have jurisdiction.
6.
The court of appeal shall have jurisdiction over motions seeking execution of
foreign arbitration awards.
7.
Except in cases described in Paragraphs 3 and 4 of this Article, the court shall not
examine the merits of the arbitration award in making an arbitration ruling.
8. The execution ruling must include a statement that execution of the arbitration
award is permitted.
9.
No Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling on a motion for execution.
10. Execution rulings shall only come into effect when they become final and binding.
354. (Requirement for execution clause and which organs grant such clause)
1.
Execution is implemented on the basis of an authenticated copy of title of
execution bearing an execution clause; provided that it shall be implemented with
the authenticated copy [no need of execution clause] in cases of execution by or
against the creditor in execution or debtor in execution named in the following
title of executions:
(a) final and binding judgments in petty sum suits;
(b) petty sum suit judgments bearing a declaration of provisional execution; and
(c) payment order rulings bearing a declaration of provisional execution.
2.
The clerk of the court where the case record is kept will affix the execution clause
upon motion being made; provided that in the case of the title of execution
prescribed in Item 6 of Paragraph 2 of Article 350 (Title of execution), the notary
who has custody of the original thereof shall issue the execution clause.
355. (Application for grant of execution clause)
1. An application for grant of an execution clause must be in writing and include the
following particulars:
(a) the name or title and address of the creditor in execution and the debtor in
execution, together with the names and addresses of their legal
representatives;
(b) description of the title of execution; and
(c) if grant of an execution clause under Article 356 (Special execution clause)

2.

3.

or Article 358 (Multiple grants of execution clauses, etc.) is sought, a
statement to this effect and the reason for the same.
If the title of execution is an adjudication which only comes into effect when it
becomes final and binding, the creditor in execution shall attach to the application
for issue of execution clause documentary evidence that the judgment has become
final and binding; provided that this shall not be required if the fact that the
judgment has become final and binding is clear from the record.
Paragraph 1 of this Article shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases where the creditor
in execution requests the issuing of further authenticated copy(s) of title of
execution prescribed in the proviso to Paragraph 1 of Article 354 (Requirement for
execution clause and which organs grant such clause).

356. (Special execution clause)
1. If the right of claim8 stated in the title of execution is subject to a condition
precedent or to an uncertain time stipulation9, the court clerk or notary may only
grant an execution clause if the creditor in execution proves that said condition or
stipulation has been fulfilled.
2.
In order to carry out execution with a party other than a party noted in the title of
execution as the creditor in execution or the debtor in execution, the creditor in
execution must obtain an execution clause that states this.
3. A court clerk or notary can grant an execution clause prescribed in Paragraph 2 if
it is clear that execution with a party other than a party noted in the title of
execution as the creditor in execution or debtor in execution can be carried out, or
if the debtor in execution provides documentary proof thereof.
4.
A court clerk must obtain the permission of the court to which he/she belongs for
the grant of an execution clause under Paragraph 1 of Paragraph 3 of this Article.
357. (Particulars to be stated in an execution clause)
1. An execution clause is granted by stating the following at the end of the
authenticated copy of title of execution:
(a) the person(s) who are entitled to seek implementation of execution of the
basis of the title of execution and the other party (or parties);
(b) if the execution clause has been granted under Article 356 (Special execution
clause), this fact;
(c) if the execution clause is granted in respect of a portion only of the cause of
action, the scope of execution that is permitted; and
(d) if the execution clause is granted in accordance with the terms of Paragraph
1 of Article 358 (Multiple grants of execution clauses, etc.), this fact.
2.
The court clerk or notary must date and sign the execution clause.
358. (Multiple grants of execution clauses, etc.)
1. Further issues of an execution clause may be made, but only in cases where more
than one authenticated copy is required of the title of execution to which the
8

seikyuken - i.e. a legal term which could also be translated as "cause of action."
fukakuteikigen - i.e. a time (limit) that is certain to be arrived at but at an uncertain time, such as the time of
somebody’s death –
9

2.

3.

execution clause is attached in order to satisfy the claim completely, or if the
authenticated copy has perished.
Where a court clerk or notary has granted an execution clause pursuant to
Paragraph 1, he/she shall notify the debtor in execution of this fact, the reasons
and the number of authenticated copies of title of execution to which the execution
clause has been affixed.
Paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article shall apply mutatis mutandis to further issues of
authenticated copy(s) of title of execution described in the proviso to Paragraph 1
of Article 354 (Requirement for execution clause and which organs grant such
clause).

359. (Recording on original title of execution)
1.
The court clerk or notary shall record the particulars set forth below on the
original title of execution after granting an execution clause:
(a) the fact that the execution clause has been granted, the date of grant and the
number of authenticated copies to which the clause has been affixed;
(b) where the grant has been made in respect of a portion only of the claim, the
scope of execution that is permitted; and/or
(c) where an execution clause has been granted under Paragraph 2 of Article 356
(Special execution clause), this fact together with the name or title of the
creditor in execution or debtor.
2.
Where a court clerk has issued a further authenticated copy of a title of execution
prescribed in the proviso to Paragraph 1 of Article 354 (Requirement for execution
clause and which organs grant such clause), he/she must record this fact, the date
of grant and the number of authenticated copies granted on the relevant original
judgment or ruling ordering payment.
360. (Service of title of execution, etc.)
Execution can only commence when an authenticated copy or certified copy of a title of
execution, or an adjudication that is to become a title of execution by becoming final
and binding is served on the debtor in execution. Where an execution clause has been
granted in accordance with Article 356 (Special execution clause), certified copies of
the execution clause and any other documents submitted by the creditor in execution
under the said Article must be served on the debtor in execution in advance.
361. (Conditions for commencement of execution to be examined by execution
organ)
1. Where a time is fixed 10 for performance of the claim noted in the title of
execution, the execution organ can only commence execution after such time has
passed.
2.
If posting of security is a condition for execution of a title of execution, the
execution organ can only commence execution after the creditor in execution
submits documentary proof of the posting of such security.
10

kakutei kigen, literally “a time certain (for performance)”, as opposed to “fukakutei kigen” – see footnote to
Paragraph 1 of Article 7 (Special Execution Clause).

3.

If performance by the debtor in execution is to be exchanged for counter
performance by the creditor in execution, the execution organ can commence
execution only after the creditor in execution has proved that it has carried out, or
tendered, such counter performance.

362. (Objection to grant of execution clause, etc.)
1.
An objection can be filed against disposition taken in respect of an application for
grant of an execution clause, at the court to which the court clerk belongs in the
case of action by a court clerk and at the court of first instance that has jurisdiction
over the notary’s office, in the case of action by a notary.
2.
Adjudication of an application under Paragraph 1 shall be by ruling.
3.
Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases where application has
been made for re-issue of an authenticated copy of a title of execution as provided
in the proviso to Paragraph 1 of Article 354 (Requirement for execution clause and
which organs grant such clause).
Section V. Suits Relating to Execution

363. (Suit objecting to claim)
1.
A debtor in execution who objects to the existence or contents of a claim noted in
a title of execution can file a suit objecting to the claim, seeking to block
execution under the title of execution; provided that this shall not apply to titles of
execution listed in Item (b) or Item (d) of Paragraph 2 of Article 350 (Title of
execution) that have not yet become final and binding.
2.
The reasons for an objection to a final judgment shall be limited to reasons that
have arisen after the conclusion of oral arguments.
3.
Suits under Paragraph 1 shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the court noted next
to the respective type of title of execution below:
1.

A title of execution listed in Items (a) to
(d) or (g) to (i) of Paragraph 2 of Article
350 (Title of execution)

The court of first instance for the
procedure in question

2.

A title of execution listed in Item (e) of
Paragraph 2 of Article 350 (Title of
execution)

The court clerk who made the disposition

3.

A title of execution listed in Items (f) of
Paragraph 2 of Article 350 (Title of
execution)

The court having territorial jurisdiction
over the defendant as provide in BookⅠ,
Chapter Ⅱ, Article 8 (Jurisdiction
conferred by address, etc.) If there is no
court having jurisdiction under said
Article, the court of first instance having
jurisdiction over the locus of the object
of the claim or attachable property of the
debtor in execution.

364. (Suit objecting to grant of execution clause)
1. Where a special execution clause has been granted under Article 356 (Special
execution clause), a debtor in execution who has an objection concerning whether
in fact a condition precedent or uncertain time stipulation has been fulfilled, or
whether enforcement can take place with a party other than a party named in the
title of execution as creditor in execution or debtor in execution can file a suit of
objection to the grant of such execution clause in order to seek denial of execution
based on the authenticated copy of the title of execution to which such execution
clause has been affixed.
2.
The terms of Paragraph 3 of Article 363 (Suit objecting to claim) shall apply
mutatis mutandis to Paragraph 1 of this Article.
365. (Suit of objection by third party)
1.
A third party having ownership of the property that is the object of execution, or
having other rights to prevent the transfer or delivery of said property, can file a
third party objection suit seeking enjoinder of the execution.
2.
A suit under Paragraph 1 shall fall within the jurisdiction of the execution court, in
cases of execution for which that court is to be the execution organ, and of the
court of first instance to which the bailiff belongs if the bailiff is to be the
execution organ.
Section VI. Stay and Cancellation of Execution

366. (Adjudication of stay of execution upon filing of suit for retrial, etc.)
1.
In the following cases, upon motion, the court can order a temporary stay of
execution with or without the posting of security:
(a) Where a suit for retrial has been filed and the situation asserted as the
grounds of the protest appears to have legal merit, and there is preliminary
showing of the factual issues;
(b) Where a Satuk appeal has been filed against a judgment with declaration of
provisional execution, and there is preliminary showing of circumstances
which should be grounds for quashing the original judgment;
(c) Where an Uttor appeal has been filed against a judgment with declaration of
provisional execution or a motion of objection has been filed against a
demand ruling, and there is preliminary showing of circumstances which
should be grounds for canceling or varying the original judgment or demand
ruling; and/or
(d) Where a motion of mishap has been filed against a default judgment with
declaration of provisional execution, and there is preliminary showing of
circumstances which should be grounds for canceling or varying the default
judgment.
2.
Upon motion, the court can order a temporary stay in a case falling under any Item
of Paragraph 1, or reversal of any execution disposition already taken, subject to
the posting of security.
3. Where a Satuk appeal or Uttor appeal has been filed against a judgment with
declaration of provisional execution, if the case record still exists in the original

court, that court shall try motions prescribed in Paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article.
367. (Adjudication of stay of execution upon suit of objection to claim, etc.)
1. Where a suit of objection to claim, a suit of objection to grant of execution clause
or a third party objection suit has been filed, and the asserted grounds of objection
have been proved, the court which has accepted the filing of such suit can, upon
motion, and with or without requiring the posting of security, order the temporary
staying of execution pending such time as it makes an adjudication under Article
368 (Adjudication of stay of execution in final judgment, etc.) by final judgment11.
2.
In cases under Paragraph 1, in addition to a temporary stay of execution, upon
motion, and subject to the posting of security, the court which has accepted the
objection suit can order reversal of execution disposition that has already been
carried out.
3. Where a suit of objection to claim or suit of objection to grant of execution clause
has been filed, the grounds for objection are proved and also there are urgent
circumstances, the execution court or the court of first instance to which the bailiff
belongs can, upon motion, make a ruling prescribed in Paragraphs 1 or 2, after
fixing a time limit for submission of an authenticated copy of an adjudication
prescribed in Paragraph 1. Such an adjudication can also be made prior to the
filing of a suit prescribed in Paragraph 1.
4.
If the time limit fixed under Paragraph 3 expires, or an adjudication prescribed in
Paragraphs 1 or 2 is submitted to the execution court or to the bailiff, the ruling
under Paragraph 3 shall cease to have effect.
368. (Adjudication of stay of execution in final judgment, etc.)
In making its final judgment concerning a suit of objection to claim, suit of objection to
grant of execution clause, or third party objection suit, the court which has accepted the
filing of the objection suit can make an order for disposition prescribed in Paragraphs 1
or 2 of Article 367 (Adjudication of stay of execution upon suit of objection to claim,
etc.) or reverse, vary or recognize any adjudication already made under said Paragraphs.
This adjudication shall come into effect as of the time of handing down of the final
judgment concerning any suit prescribed in this Article.
369. (Adjudication of stay of execution upon motion of objection to grant of
execution clause, etc.)
Where a motion of objection to grant of execution clause has been filed, the court,
where it deems necessary, can, upon motion, order a stay of the execution pending
adjudication of such objection, with or without requiring the posting of security.
370. (Stay and cancellation of execution)
1.
Upon submission of any of the documents listed below, the execution court or
bailiff shall stay the execution, and shall reverse any execution disposition that has
already been carried out:
11

shuukyoku hanketsu – final, as opposed to interim, at a certain level – i.e. final in every sense except that it is still
subject to appeal, as opposed to an interim judgment (chuukan hanketsu)

(a)

2.

3.

an authenticated copy of an adjudication which contains an order canceling a
title of execution other than a notary’s certificate described in Item (f) of
Paragraph 2 of Article 350 (Title of execution) or an authenticated copy of an
adjudication which includes an order canceling a declaration of provisional
execution;
(b) an authenticated copy of an adjudication which includes an order that
execution is not permitted;
(c) an authenticated copy of a final and binding judgment declaring that a
compromise or acknowledgment in connection with a title of execution has
no effect;
(d) an authenticated copy of a protocol or other document prepared by a court
clerk certifying that a title of execution noted in Items (b) through (e) of
Paragraph 2 of Article 350 (Title of execution) has become null and void on
account of withdrawal of the suit or other reason;
(e) an authenticated copy of a protocol of compromise in court which contains
an undertaking not to carry out an execution or to withdraw the relevant
motion;
(f) a document proving the posting of security for the purpose of exemption
from execution; and/or
(g) an authenticated copy of an adjudication which includes an order for stay of
execution or for reversal of execution disposition [already taken].
Upon submission of any of the documents listed below, the execution court or
bailiff shall stay the execution; provided that in the case of Item (b), the effect of
the stay shall be limited to 2 months.
(a) an authenticated copy of an adjudication which includes an order for a
temporary stay of execution; or
(b) an authenticated copy of a document including a provision to the effect that
the creditor in execution has received payment, or has consented to deferral
of payment, since the establishment of the title of execution.
Article 345 (Chomtoah appeal against cancellation ruling, etc.) shall not apply to
cases of reversal of execution disposition under Paragraph 1 of this Article.
Section VII. Execution Costs and Inspection of Execution Record

371. (Meaning of execution costs and procedural costs)
The following terms shall have the meanings respectively set forth beside each term:
(a) “execution costs”: party costs prescribed in Article 372 (Motion filing fees),
Article 373 (Costs other than commission) and Article 374 (Party costs);and
(b) “procedural costs”: among costs prescribed in Item (a), those that are of
common benefit.
372. (Motion filing fees)
1.
Upon filing a motion for execution at the execution court, the creditor in execution
shall pay the amount of 10,000 riels to the court.
2.
Upon filing a motion for execution with the bailiff, the fees provided separately
shall be paid.

373. (Costs other than commission)
The creditor in execution shall pay as costs such amounts that are determined by the
court to be necessary for procedural actions in the course of execution such as service of
documents.
374. (Party costs)
Costs that the court finds to be necessary for implementation of execution apart from
those prescribed in Article 372 (Motion filing fees) and Article 373 (Costs other than
commission) shall be referred to as “party costs”.
375. (Payment in advance)
1.
The applicant shall pay in advance the amount set by the court upon filing of a
motion for execution as the necessary expenses of execution procedures. This shall
apply in a case where the prior payment was not enough and the court in execution
ordered the additional payment to fill the deficiency.
2. If the applicant does not pay such costs in advance, the court can dismiss the
motion for execution or reverse the execution procedures.
3.
A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a ruling to dismiss a motion under
Paragraph 2.
376. (Allocation of Execution costs)
1.
Execution costs shall be borne by the debtor in execution.
2. In the case of execution of a claim the object of which is payment of money,
execution costs can be collected simultaneously with the execution proceedings,
without the need for a title of execution.
377. (Deposit of security)
Security ordered to be posted by a court or execution court shall be deposited by a party
with such court in the form of cash or negotiable instruments approved by the court.
378. (Inspection of record of execution case, etc.)
1. An interested party can request the execution court responsible for execution to
allow such party to inspect the case record or to be issued with a copy,
authenticated copy, certified copy or extract thereof, or with a certificate relating
to the particulars of the case.
2.
An interested party can request the bailiff responsible for execution to allow such
party to inspect the case record or to be issued with a copy, authenticated copy,
certified copy or extract thereof, or with a certificate relating to the particulars of
the case.
Chapter Two Execution of Claims Having the Object of Monetary Payment

artisans laborers and other persons engaged in an occupation or business predominantly using their own intellectual or physical work.000 riels. money up to 1. diaries. (l) an invention or work that has not yet been laid open. attachment can be carried out against all tangible and intangible property belonging to the debtor in execution. (g) tools and other objects that are necessary for the work of technicians. apparatus. (h) Buddha images. (e) tools. ear. fertilizer. (k) books and other equipment necessary for study at a school or other educational institution by the debtor in execution or a family member residing under the same roof. (m) an artificial hand. trade books and similar objects required by the debtor in execution. young fish and other fishery products that are necessary for the work of catching or raising fish by persons engaged in fisheries predominantly by their own labor. sacred books and other objects directly used in worship or religious ceremonies. together with seeds and other agricultural products required in order to continue such work until the next harvest. educational. and (n) fire fighting equipment.12 (b) foodstuffs and fuel sufficient for two months for the debtor in execution and his/her family living under the same roof.000. (Property exempt from attachment) The following property cannot be attached: (a) clothing. (c) money or articles received by the debtor in execution from the central or local government pursuant to any livelihood.Section I. kitchen appliances and house fittings that are indispensable for the daily living of the debtor in execution and his/her family living under the same roof. feed. eye or other prosthetic body part. (d) apart from the money prescribed in Item (c). leg. Attachable Property 379. medical or other welfare program. escape apparatus and other equipment required to be installed by law for prevention of disaster and security of 12 Literally “the debtor and any cohabiting relative having a common livelihood with the debtor” . furniture. or other thing necessary for nursing any sickness of the debtor in execution or a family member residing under the same roof. (j) objects commemorating awards or other honors received by the debtor in execution or a family member. domestic livestock and their feed that are necessary for the work of persons engaged predominantly in agriculture by their own labor. 380. (f) nets and other fishing equipment. (i) genealogical records. (Principles) Except where otherwise provided in this or another law. provided that objects that are held with the object of sale or lease can be attached. bedding.

000.000 riels up to the amount of 600.000 riels per month.000 riels per month.000 riels up to the amount of 2. Rights to receive livelihood support. 2. educational support. the execution court can cancel the whole or part of any attachment ruling. in respect of the balance remaining after deduction of taxation and social insurance premiums from the amount receivable by the debtor in execution on the date of payment of such compensation: (a) none of the amount up to the amount of 200.000.000. 2. can .000. Where a motion is filed seeking cancellation of attachment under Paragraphs 1 or 2. or rulings permitting attachment under said provisions. 382. If there has been a change of circumstances.000 riels per month. (b) one quarter of the amount exceeding 200. Paragraphs 1 or 2. the court of first instance to which the bailiff belongs can permit attachment of movables of which attachment has been cancelled under Paragraph 1. 2. (Change of scope of garnishment) 1.000 riels per month. 381. or make a ruling for attachment of any rights prohibited from being attached under Article 382 (Rights exempt from attachment (garnishment)). (d) one half of the amount exceeding 2.000 riels up to the amount of 6. the court of first instance to which the bailiff belongs can cancel the whole or part of any attachment carried out by a bailiff. medical support or other support having the objective of protecting the livelihood of the debtor in execution cannot be attached. or permit the attachment of any movables listed in Article 380 (Property exempt from attachment). and (f) the whole of the amount exceeding 6.000.000 riels per month. taking into account the living conditions of the debtor in execution and the creditor in execution and other circumstances. (Rights exempt from attachment (garnishment)) 1. Upon motion.000 riels up to the amount of 4. or order the cancellation of the whole or part of any attachment under said Paragraph. the court of first instance to which the bailiff belongs can order a stay of execution until such time as said ruling comes into force. (c) one third of the amount exceeding 600. with or without requiring the posting of security. wages and other rights in the nature of compensation for work shall only be attachable to the extent set forth below. Chomtoah appeals can be filed against rulings dismissing motions under 4. taking into account the living conditions of the debtor in execution and the creditor in execution and other circumstances.000 riels per month.buildings and other structures.000. 3. upon motion. Upon motion. Salaries. 383. If there has been a change of circumstances. (Change of scope of exempt movables) 1. (e) two thirds of the amount exceeding 4. the execution court.

to the extent that this does not harm the interests of the creditor in execution. 2. 3. In the course of carrying out an execution. . Execution against movables shall commence with the bailiff attaching the target property. the execution court can order prohibition of payment or other performance by a third party debtor prescribed in Article 402 (Meaning of execution against claims and execution court) until such time as the ruling comes into force. the location(s) of the movables to be attached shall be noted in the form of motion. In such a case. Where a motion is filed under Paragraphs 1 or 2. “movables” includes natural fruits of the land that have not yet been separated from the land and for which it is certain that said fruits can be harvested within one month after attachment. he shall give the debtor notice to make voluntary payment prior to commencing the attachment. A bailiff may have a debtor in execution store property that the bailiff has attached. 4. Attachment of movables in the possession of the debtor in execution shall be done by the bailiff taking possession thereof. the attachment shall be valid provided that a seal or other indication of attachment is affixed to the attached movables. At the time of attachment under Paragraph 1.3. 5. 6. the bailiff can enter and search the residence and other locations occupied by the debtor in execution and search for movables to be attached. (Attachment of movables in the possession of the debtor) 1. In this Book. If the bailiff meets the debtor in execution at the site of attachment. 5. the bailiff can receive payment of the claim and execution costs on behalf of the creditor in execution. 2. Section II. Chomtoah appeals can be filed against rulings dismissing motions seeking cancellation of execution rulings under Paragraphs 1 or 2. the bailiff shall take into account the interests of the debtor in execution. or cancel the whole or part of any attachment ruling under said Paragraph. safes and other containers. 4. Motions for execution against movables shall be submitted to the bailiff belonging to the court of the first instance with jurisdiction over the location of the property concerned. if the bailiff recognizes such to be appropriate. 3. Execution Against Movables 384. 4. attach rights of which attachment has been cancelled under Paragraph 1. Where a bailiff allows the debtor in execution to store attached movables under Paragraph 4. In such cases the bailiff can take the necessary measures to open locked doors. (Commencement of execution against movables) 1. with or without requiring the posting of security. In selecting movables for attachment. 385. In addition to the matters listed in Paragraph 2 of Article 349 (Form of motions for execution). the bailiff may permit the debtor in execution to use the attached movables if the bailiff recognizes such to be appropriate.

If the creditor in the case for execution against movables withdraws its motion for execution against movables. If a provisional attachment case and a case of execution against movables are consolidated in accordance with the second sentence of Paragraph 1. and the motion in the provisional attachment case shall have the effect of a demand for distribution. the bailiff shall direct the fact of attachment to be entered in such register. (Special rules relating to registered automobiles. 3. The same shall apply if a motion for execution against movables is filed against a debtor against whom provisional execution has already been carried out in respect of the same location. The terms of Paragraph 1 and 2 shall apply in the same manner to movables other than automobiles and motorcycles which are required to be registered. the movables attached in the earlier case shall be deemed to have been attached in the provisional attachment case at the time of consolidation . etc. shall clarify that fact. 5 and 6 of Article 385 (Attachment of movables in the possession of the debtor) shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases of movables in the possession of the creditor in execution and movables in the possession of a third party. 3. If a further motion for execution against movables is filed against a debtor against whom execution has already been carried out at the same location. the movables attached in the later case shall be deemed to have been attached in the earlier case at the time of consolidation. 387. 386. (Consolidation of cases) 1. If the creditor in the earlier case withdraws its motion for execution against movables or if the procedures commenced by that motion are stayed or cancelled. 3. 4. If two cases are consolidated in accordance with the first sentence of Paragraph 1. the bailiff shall attach such movables as have not yet been attached. and if there are no movables to be attached. (Attachment of movables in the possession of persons other than the debtor in execution) The terms of Paragraphs 1. the movables attached in the provisional attachment case shall be deemed to have been attached in the case of execution against movables at the time of consolidation.6. Where attached automobiles or motorcycles have been entered in a register. where such third party does not refuse to deliver the movables. Attachment of automobiles or motorcycles described in Paragraph 1 shall only come into effect upon entry of such attachment in the register. he can him/herself take the movables into custody or cancel the license under Paragraph 5. The terms of Paragraph 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the case where the bailiff takes custody him/herself of movables that had been put into the custody of the debtor in execution. 388.) 1. the movables attached in the earlier case shall be deemed to have been attached for the purposes of the later case at the time of consolidation of the cases. and the motion in the later case shall come into effect as a demand for distribution. Where the bailiff deems this appropriate. 2. 2. and shall consolidate the later execution case with the previous execution case. if any. or if the procedures commenced by that motion are cancelled.

Where attached movables have come into the possession of a third party. 2. (Prohibition of excessive attachment) 1. (Effect and scope of attachment) The effect of attachment shall extend to natural products of the movables. 3. 6. A ruling pursuant to Paragraph 1 shall not be enforced after two weeks have passed since the applicant is notified of the ruling. The cost of a ruling pursuant to Paragraph 1 shall be treated as a cost of common benefit in the execution procedure concerning the movables in question. 5. the creditor in provisional execution and the debtor in execution. The motion referred to in Paragraph 1 must be filed not later than one week after the creditor in execution becomes aware that the movables are in the possession of a third party. Upon consolidation of any cases. 391. 393. 389. . If it becomes clear after attachment that the limit described in Paragraph 1 will be exceeded. the bailiff can reverse such attachment. upon motion by the creditor in execution. (Cancellation of attachment of movables where there is no prospect of sale) In cases where despite attempts having been made using appropriate methods to sell attached movables. they cannot be sold and there is no prospect of sale in the future. the bailiff shall reverse the attachment to the extent of such excess. (Ruling ordering delivery of attached movables) 1. A Chomtoah appeal can be made against a ruling on a motion referred to in Paragraph 1. of the cases.4. The bailiff shall not carry out an execution if there is no prospect of producing a surplus after paying the procedural costs from the proceeds of sale of the movables to be attached. 390. (Prohibition of attachment with no prospect of producing a surplus) 1. Attachment of movables shall not exceed the necessary limit of satisfaction of the creditor in execution’s claim and execution costs. the court of first instance to which the bailiff belongs can make an order by ruling for the third party to deliver the movables to the bailiff. 2. The bailiff shall reverse the execution if there is no prospect of producing a surplus after paying any claims that have priority over the claim of the creditor in execution and the procedural costs from the proceeds of sale of the movables to be attached. the bailiff shall notify the creditor in execution. 2. 4. A ruling pursuant to Paragraph 1 can be enforced even before it is served on the third party who is in possession of the attached movables. 392.

In cases where a document listed in Item (a) or (b) of Paragraph 2 of Article 370 (Stay and cancellation of execution) has been filed. 398.394. (Implementation of distribution by the bailiff) 1. The debtor in execution cannot offer to buy the movables. 395. if the bailiff deems this to be appropriate in consideration of factors such as the type or quantity of the movables. If the bailiff approves a purchase. the previous purchaser cannot offer to buy the movables. the bailiff may obtain the permission of the court of first instance to which he belongs and sell the attached movables by a method other than an auction or tender. and/or (c) creditors who have a demand for distribution before seizure of money. the bailiff shall select a valuer and have the movables valued.(2) 5. the purchaser must pay the price forthwith. (Maintenance of order in the sale premises) The bailiff can restrict the entry into the sale premises or eject therefrom. (b) creditors who have made a demand for distribution before the bailiff receives the proceeds of sale. or if there are two or more creditors but the proceeds of sale and any cash that is attached is sufficient to pay all the claims of each . (Sale During Suspension of Execution) 1. The bailiff shall post notice of the movables to be sold and the method of sale on the notice place.) A person holding a lien or pledge can make a demand for distribution by submitting documentary evidence of such right. and there is an apprehension of severe reduction in price of the attached movables. 4. 2. 7. etc. 2. (Demand for distribution by holder of preferential right. 396. or disallow offers by. (Scope of creditors entitled to distribution) The creditors listed below shall be entitled to distribution: (a) the attachment creditor. Notwithstanding the terms of Paragraph 1. 3. Where the bailiff has seized movables of high value. the bailiff can sell the seized movables. 399. persons who engage in or cause others to engage in collusion with the objective of blocking offers from other purchasers or reducing the price improperly or otherwise preventing the proper implementation of the sale. The bailiff shall carry out sale of attached movables by auction or tender. If there is only one creditor. The bailiff shall deposit the proceeds of any sale of seized movables in accordance with Paragraph 1 with the court of first instance to which he belongs. If the movables are resold because a purchaser has failed to pay the purchase price. or have a person other than the bailiff sell the same. 6. or of incommensurate cost being required for storage of the movables. (Method of sale) 1. 397.

4. (Report to court of first instance) If a consensus is not reached under Paragraph 2 of Article 399 (Implementation of distribution by the bailiff). Claims with a definite term that have not yet fallen due shall be deemed to have become due and payable for the purpose of distribution. The bailiff shall execute the distribution even if a document listed in Items (a) or (b) of Paragraph 2 of Article 370 (Stay and cancellation of execution) filed after payment of the price by a purchaser. within two weeks thereafter. and notify each of the creditors of the date. 5. (Meaning of execution against claims and execution court) 1. the bailiff shall set a date for a conference concerning the distribution of the proceeds of sale or the attached cash.2. the bailiff shall report the circumstances to the court of first instance to which he belongs. Section III. The debtor of the claim to be attached is called the “third party debtor”. and there are creditors entitled to distribution other than the creditor(s) in execution. and/or (d) An authenticated copy has been filed of a court proceeding temporarily prohibiting the execution of a lien or pledge relating to the claim. If the bailiff has collected proceeds from sale or has attached cash in cases other than Paragraph 1. (Deposit by bailiff with the court) 1. 2. the bailiff shall then make a distribution pursuant to said consensus. A bailiff shall deposit the amount of such claim with the court of first instance to which he belongs and make a report of the circumstances if any claim of a creditor entitled to distribution carried out under Paragraphs 1 or 2 of Article 399 (Implementation of distribution by the bailiff) is covered under any of the following: (a) The claim is subject to a condition precedent or uncertain time stipulation. time and place of said conference. Execution Against Claims and Other Property Rights 402. the bailiff shall make a distribution on behalf of said creditors. creditor and the execution costs. 3. If a document listed in Items (a) through (g) of Paragraph 1 of Article 370 (Stay and cancellation of execution) is filed. 2. 401. 400. An “execution against a claim” refers to execution against a claim having the object of payment of money or delivery of movables. (c) A document listed in Item (a) of Paragraph 2 of Article 370 (Stay and cancellation of execution) has been submitted. The court of first instance having jurisdiction over the district of the debtor . the bailiff shall proceed with distribution to the creditors and shall deliver any surplus to the debtor in execution. (b) The claim is a claim of a provisional attachment creditor. If consensus is reached among the creditors. The bailiff shall deposit with the court of first instance to which he belongs the amount of distribution to a creditor who does not appear to receive such distribution. 3.

the effect of each attachment or provisional attachment shall extend to the whole of the claim. the court clerk shall order the registrar to note in the register the fact that the claim has been attached. etc. The attachment ruling shall be issued without examination of the debtor in execution and the third party debtor. 10. prescribed in Article 8 (Jurisdiction conferred by address. the bailiff shall notify the creditor in execution of that fact and of the date of service. If a further attachment ruling is issued in respect of an attached claim. Once a ruling of execution against a claim secured by a registered hypothec or other security comes into effect. The execution court can issue an attachment ruling in respect of the whole of the claim to be attached. 6. The attachment ruling shall be served on the debtor in execution and the third party debtor. If the value of the attached claim(s) exceeds the total of the creditor in execution’s claim and the execution costs. 3. the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the district of the third party debtor prescribed in Article 8 (Jurisdiction conferred by address. the creditor in execution shall clearly specify the scope of execution in the motion for execution of claim. Where the motion is for execution against only a portion of a claim. A motion for execution against a claim shall be filed at the execution court. If a portion of a claim has been attached or if provisional execution has been made against a portion of a claim. 4. etc. (The attachment ruling) 1. 7. Attachment shall come into effect upon service of the attachment ruling on the third party debtor. the execution court shall not attach any other claim. or if there is no such district. the execution court can transfer the case to another execution court if a different execution court has issued the attachment ruling.). the execution court shall enjoin the debtor in execution from collecting or otherwise dealing with the claim. 3. Execution against a claim commences by way of an attachment ruling by the execution court. 9. 2. 404. 8. 5. (The scope of attachment) 1.). 403. 11. 2. Except in cases noted in Article 349 (Form of motions for execution). shall be the execution court having jurisdiction over execution against a claim. and if an attachment ruling has been issues which exceeds the remaining portion of the claim.4. the motion for execution against a claim shall indicate the name of the third party debtor. Once the ruling of execution is served on the debtor and the third party debtor. The same shall apply if the whole of a claim has been attached or subjected to provisional attachment and then other attachment orders are issued in respect of a portion of such claim. and shall enjoin the third party debtor from paying the debtor in execution. In the attachment ruling. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against an adjudication concerning a motion for execution against movables. .

If the third party debtor intentionally or negligently fails to make a statement or makes a false statement. (Demand for distribution) 1. the type. 407. the court clerk shall give notice to all third party debtors who have been served with rulings of attachment. The creditor in execution can have the certificate referred to in paragraph 1 delivered by using the method of execution for delivery of movables as prescribed in Article 525 (Execution of delivery of movables). based on an attachment ruling. (Attachment of continuing payments) The effect of attachment of salaries and other claims for continuing payments shall extend to payments to be received after the attachment. (b) whether the third party debtor intends to make payment. If a ruling for cancellation of execution proceedings has been made. . and if so. he will liable to compensate any loss incurred thereby.) 1. the execution court shall serve written notice thereof on the third party debtors. 406. If a motion for execution against a claim has been withdrawn. at the time of service of the ruling for execution. up to a limit being the total of the claim and execution costs. the court clerk shall give notice to this effect to all third party debtors who have been served with rulings of attachment. and/or (d) whether there has been any attachment or provisional attachment execution by other creditors. the scope of payment or the reasons for not paying. Upon the submission of a demand for distribution described in Paragraph 1. (c) if there is any person having rights with priority over those of the creditor in execution in respect of the claim in question. etc. (Delivery of claim certificate) 1. the execution court shall notify the third party debtor to state within two weeks of the date of service the following matters: (a) whether the attached claim exists or not. (Notice to third party debtor to give statement) 1. a description of such person and of the type and scope of such priority rights. 2. (Notice of withdrawal of motion. amount and details thereof. 2. Any creditor holding an authenticated copy of enforceable title of execution or who has submitted documentary proof of holding a lien can submit a demand for distribution. as the case may be. If a certificate exists for the attached claim. 3. 2. 2. the debtor in execution shall deliver up such certificate to the creditor in execution. A Chomtoah appeal can be made against a ruling that dismisses a demand for distribution. 409. Upon motion by the creditor in execution. 408.405.

it shall report this fact immediately to the execution court. 2. or the whole amount of the claim. In the case of suit under Paragraph 1 against a third party debtor who is subject to . The effect of judgment in a suit described in Paragraph 1 shall extend to creditors in execution who have been ordered to participate in a collection suit under that Paragraph. 2. and if this ruling has been served by the time that the third party debtor receives the written complaint of a suite set forth in Article 412 (Collection Suits) Par. the third party debtor must deposit the amounts prescribed below with the execution court: (a) If a ruling of attachment or provisional attachment has been issued in excess of the portion of the claim that has not been attached. (Collection Suits) 1. 4. If a third party debtor has made a deposit described in Paragraphs 1 or 2. The creditor in execution shall have a duty to compensate the debtor in execution for any loss arising from the failure of the creditor in execution to exercise the attached rights. order any other creditors that have attached the aforesaid claim by the time of service of the complaint [in the collection suit first mentioned] to participate in said suit as joint plaintiffs. the third party debtor must give notice of the circumstances to the execution court. 411. Where the creditor in execution receives payment under Paragraph 2. when a claim having the objective of monetary payment is attached. 3. Where the creditor in execution has received payment from a third party debtor. 1 . by ruling. the court that has accepted such suit may. 2. even where they have not actually so participated. If a creditor in execution has filed a suit against a third party debtor demanding payment under a claim that has been attached.410. upon motion by the third party debtor. 412. Once a creditor has attached a claim having the objective of payment of money. the claim and Execution costs in question shall be deemed to have been paid to the extent of such payment received. 3. (Deposit by third party debtor) 1. In the cases described below. such creditor can collect said claim after a week has passed from the day on which the ruling of attachment is served on the debtor in execution. (Collection of claims having the objective of payment of money) 1. A third party debtor shall be entitled to deposit with the execution court the attached amount. or The whole amount of the claim (b) If the third party debtor has been served with a written notice that a demand for distribution has been made The portion of the claim that has been attached 3. provided that payment in excess of the total of the creditor in execution's claim and the Execution costs cannot be collected.

The execution court shall not issue an order described in Paragraph 1 if there is no prospect of a surplus after applying the proceeds of sale to satisfaction of any claim having priority over the claim(s) of the creditor(s) in execution and the Procedural Costs. When sale has been completed under Paragraph 1 of this Article of a claim described in Paragraph 10 of Article 403 (The attachment ruling). in lieu of the debtor in execution. a creditor in execution who has attached a right to demand delivery of movables can demand that the third party debtor deliver up such movables to the bailiff who has received the motion from the creditor in execution. 3. upon motion by the creditor in execution. 7. The bailiff shall not sell the claim unless it of sufficient value to leave a surplus after satisfying any claims having priority over the claim(s) of the creditor(s) in execution and the Procedural Costs. 10. and to strike out any registration [of the fact of attachment] that has been carried out under Paragraph 10 of Article 403 (The attachment ruling). 2. 5. the court shall. the execution court shall examine the debtor in execution. . After the passage of one week after the service of the motion for attachment on the debtor in execution. direct the registrar for the benefit of the purchaser to register the transfer of any hypothec or other security right. except where the debtor in execution is overseas or his/her/its address is unknown. (Execution of ruling of attachment of right to demand delivery of movables) 1. At the time of sale of a claim. when issuing a ruling under Paragraph 1. 4. is linked to counter-performance or for other reason is difficult to collect. the bailiff shall deliver an officially dated notice of assignment to the third party debtor. 413. If it deems fit. the court hearing the collection suit shall include an order in the binding and main text of its judgment that payment of the amount of such claim shall be by way of deposit. In making a ruling under Paragraph 1. A ruling on a motion under Paragraph 1 shall have no effect unless it becomes final and binding. The bailiff to whom the movables are delivered shall sell them in accordance with the procedures for sale of movables and pay the sales proceeds into the execution court. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a ruling on a motion under Paragraph 1. the execution court. The debtor in execution is not permitted to make an offer to buy in any sale under Paragraph 1. 8. on motion by the purchaser who acquired the claim. 2. 6. 9. (Ruling ordering sale) 1. the execution court may select a valuer and order a valuation of the claim.a deposit obligation under Paragraph 2 of Article 411 (Deposit by third party debtor). if the plaintiff's claim is admitted. 414. If the attached claim is subject to a condition precedent or a time stipulation. can issue a ruling ordering the bailiff to sell the claim in the manner prescribed by the court and to submit the proceeds of sale to the court.

the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the location of the immovable. and (b) where the subject of the execution is a jointly held share of land or registered building. 416. shares of those. 2. Execution against Immovables Sub-section I. (Scope and method of execution against immovables) 1. A motion for execution against immovables shall be accompanied by an enforceable exemplification of the title of execution. and/or (d) the time at which movables are delivered up to the bailiff in a case of attachment of a right to demand delivery of movables. a registered perpetual lease or usufruct. vessels. a document proving that the immovable is owned by the debtor in execution. registered building. registered perpetual leases and usufructs and jointly held shares in the foregoing rights. or (b) in the case of an immovable that is not registered. method of execution. method of attachment. (Execution against other property) Except where specifically provided otherwise. together with: (a) a certified copy of the register in the case of registered immovable. Section IV. and means of public notice 417. the court having jurisdiction over the place of registration of such . a document proving the immovable is owned by the debtor in execution. Scope of “immovable”. and if a person other than the debtor in execution is noted in the register. (Execution court) The courts described below shall have jurisdiction as the execution court in respect of compulsory execution against immovables: (a) where the subject of the execution is land or registered building. Execution against immovables shall be effected using the method of compulsory sale. movables and claims shall follow the example of execution against claims. 3. execution against property other than immovables. (c) the time at which the proceeds of sale pursuant to a ruling ordering sale are delivered to the bailiff. In this section. (Scope of creditors eligible for distribution) Creditors eligible for distribution shall be those who have carried out attachment or provisional attachment or made a demand for distribution not later than the times set forth below: (a) the time at which a third party debtor has made payment into court (deposit) under Paragraph 1 or 2 of Article 411 (Deposit by third party debtor). (b) the time at which the complaint in a collection suit has been served on the third party debtor. or a share in the foregoing rights. 418.415. the term "immovable" refers to land. execution organs.

the registrar shall send a certified copy of the register to the court clerk. the said effect shall arise at the time of such registration. 2. etc. the grounds of such claim and the amount thereof: (a) a provisional attachment creditor who was registered prior to the registration . 2. Upon registration of attachment pursuant to an instruction under paragraph 1. 421. In a case where attachment has come into effect under a ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. the effect of attachment shall extend to objects that form a single entity with the immovable. or in a case where preservative disposition has been ordered pursuant to Article 429 (Preservative disposition). In order to commence compulsory sale proceedings. provided that this shall not apply in a case where the claim attached is one having the objective of payment of rental for immovable prescribed in Article 516 (Attachment of claim for rental from immovable). then except in cases where a double ruling of commencement of compulsory sale has been made under Article 424 (Double ruling of commencement) Paragraph 1. (Instruction for registration of attachment. the court clerk shall immediately instruct the registrar to record the attachment under such ruling. Upon the issue of a ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. (Final date for demands for distribution and its changes) 1. 2. Attachment shall not preclude the debtor in execution from using in the normal manner and profiting from the immovable. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling dismissing a motion for execution against immovables.) 1.rights. and must call on the following persons to file notice with the execution court by said final date as to whether they have a claim.) 1. (Effect of attachment) 1. The ruling of commencement under Paragraph 1 shall be served on the debtor in execution. the execution court shall determine the final date for submission of demands for distribution. The effect of the attachment shall arise upon service of the ruling of commencement of compulsory sale on the debtor in execution. etc. 422. the execution court must give public notice of the fact that a ruling of commencement has been made and of the final date for submission of demands. together with accessories and accessory rights thereof. 419. 420. 3. In addition to the immovable. the execution court shall issue a ruling of commencement of compulsory sale and include in such ruling an order for attachment of the immovable for the benefit of the creditor in execution. Once the final date for submission of demands for distribution is fixed. taking into consideration the period required to prepare specifications of the property. provided that if registration of the attachment is carried out prior to the issue of the ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. 3. (Ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. 2.

3. notice to file particulars of demand under Paragraph 2 of Article 422 (Final date for demands for distribution and its changes) does not need to be given to persons who have already filed such particulars under Article 423 (Duty to give notice of claim). 4. (Duty to give notice of claim) 1. If in a case under paragraph 2 the later ruling of commencement of compulsory sale is based on a motion that was filed after the final date for demands for distribution. the court must send a notice to this effect to the creditor in execution under the earlier ruling of commencement. the execution court shall issue another ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. the execution court must call on the persons stated in Paragraph 2 to do following items: (a) to report whether or not the person has an intention to foreclose security interests by the final date for submission of demands for distribution. In cases stated in Paragraph 2. In such a case. (Double ruling of commencement) 1. The execution court shall give public notice of any change of the final date for submission of demands for distribution under paragraph 4. If the motion for compulsory sale in the earlier case is withdrawn. and/or (b) in case where the person has an intention to foreclose his/her security interests. 2. 423.3. 424. the person who filed such notice must file notice of said change. If an additional motion for compulsory sale is filed in respect of an immovable in respect of which a ruling of commencement has been issued. (b) or (c) of Paragraph 2 of Article 422 (Final date for demands for distribution and its changes) who have been served with a notice under the said paragraph or Paragraph 3 of the said article must file the particulars specified in such notice by the final date for demands for distribution. the execution court shall determine a new final date. the execution court shall continue the proceedings on the basis of the later ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. 5. and/or (c) government organs having jurisdiction over taxes or other public imposts. and such additional motion is accepted. (b) a creditor holding a real security interest that was registered prior to the registration of the attachment based on the first ruling of commencement of compulsory sale concerning the immovable. If there is a change in the principal amount of the claim filed under Paragraph 1. the execution court may change such final date. If the compulsory sale procedure based on the earlier ruling of commencement has . or the earlier procedure is cancelled. of the attachment based on the first ruling of commencement of compulsory sale concerning the immovable. In such a case. to file an application for foreclosure of security interests by the final date for submission of demands for distribution. If no ruling permitting sale has been made within 3 months following the final date for submission of demands for distribution. he shall be liable to compensate any damage incurred thereby. 3. If a person required to file a notice under Paragraphs 1 or 2 intentionally or negligently fails to file such notice or files a false notice. Persons listed in Items (a). 2. 4.

425. upon motion. provided that this shall not apply to creditors holding real security that will remain in effect even after the sale of the immovable pursuant to Paragraph 1 of Article 431 (Rights which remain in existence after sale and rights which are extinguished). The persons listed below are entitled to make a demand for distribution: (a) creditors holding an exemplification of a title of execution who are entitled to effect execution in accordance with Paragraph 1 of Article 354 (Requirement for execution clause and which organs grant such clause). 3. If a demand for distribution is made.5. the execution court may make a ruling that the procedure shall continue based on the later ruling of commencement for which a motion was filed by the final date for demands for distribution. the execution court shall notify the creditor in execution and the debtor in execution to this effect. 427. 426. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a ruling dismissing a demand for distribution. the execution court must give notice to this effect to the creditor in execution under the later ruling of commencement. including interest and other ancillary claims. A demand for distribution shall be in writing and shall include the grounds and the amount of the claim. been stayed. (Cancellation of compulsory sale proceedings by reason such as destruction or loss of the immovable) The execution court shall cancel the compulsory sale proceedings in the event of destruction or loss of the immovable or other circumstances that prevent the transfer of the immovable by sale are found. 4. there would be a change in a matter described in Paragraphs 1 to 3 of Article 431 (Rights which remain in existence after sale and rights which are extinguished). and/or (c) persons with documentary evidence of general preferential rights. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling dismissing a motion under Paragraph 4. If a ruling is made under Paragraph 4. In such a case. . the execution court shall give notice to this effect to the debtor in execution. this shall not apply in cases where if the compulsory sale under the earlier ruling of commencement were cancelled. (Double ruling of commencement concerning immovable where ruling of commencement has already been issued in enforcement of security) Paragraphs 1 to 3 of Article 424 (Double ruling of commencement) shall apply mutatis mutandis if in a case where a motion for compulsory execution is filed in respect of an immovable in respect of which a ruling of commencement of compulsory sale has already been issued in enforcement of security. 6. (Demand for distribution) 1. However. (b) creditors who have registered provisional attachment after registration of attachment based on a ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. 2.

prohibit such person from committing such act or order such person to carry out a certain act or order the occupancy of the immovable to be transferred to the custody of the bailiff. may. then upon motion by the attachment creditor. 2. or a ruling canceling compulsory sale proceedings comes into effect. highest bidder or purchaser.) 3. The costs of any motion or ruling under Paragraph 1 shall be treated as common benefit costs in the compulsory sale proceedings against such immovable. If a motion for compulsory sale is withdrawn. 2. Sub-section II. 4. the court clerk shall entrust the registrar to strike out the registration of the attachment under such ruling. The valuer must obtain the permission of the execution court in order to request the assistance of the bailiff pursuant to Paragraph 2 of Article 338 (Ensuring performance of duties by bailiffs. the valuer may enter the immovable. the execution court shall examine such person. If it makes a ruling under Paragraph 1 against an occupant other than the debtor in execution. provided that custody can only be transferred to the bailiff in cases where the occupant of the immovable cannot assert its title to the occupancy against the purchaser. 5. . A Chomtoah appeal may be made against an order made under Paragraphs 1 or 3.428. When carrying out an examination for the purpose of valuation. (Entrustment for striking out of registration of attachment) 1. If the debtor in execution or an occupant of an immovable is committing or is likely to commit an act which will severely reduce the value of the immovable or render the sale or delivery of the immovable difficult. etc. by ruling. the execution court. 3. occupancy and other existing circumstances.) may take the necessary measures to open locked doors if required in cases where the valuer enters immovable pursuant to Paragraph 3. The execution court shall appoint a valuer and order a valuation of the immovable. 6. Terms of sale 430. based on examination of its configuration. (Valuation) 1. If circumstances change. An order made under Paragraph 1 may be enforced even before it is served on the other party. 4. 2. etc. with or without requiring the posting of security. question the debtor in execution or other third party in possession thereof and/or request the presentation of documents by said persons. (Preservative disposition) 1. The expense of the entrustment under Paragraph 1 shall be borne by the creditor in execution who withdraws the motion or by the creditor in execution who is subject to the ruling of cancellation. except in cases of urgency. as the case may be. 429. A bailiff whose assistance has been requested by a valuer under Paragraph 2 of Article 338 (Ensuring performance of duties by bailiffs. the execution court upon motion may cancel or vary an order under Paragraph 1.

if it deems necessary in order to prepare the specification provided in the Paragraph 1. The execution court shall draw up specifications and keep a copy of such specifications together with the valuer’s valuation report available for public inspection at the court. 4. The valuer shall report in writing to the execution court the results of examination of the immovable and its valuation. (Specifications of property) 1. consents or consent. such agreement shall govern all changes in interests in the immovable arising from the sale. this provision shall apply only in cases where the debtor. 431. 1. order a bailiff to examine configuration. Any attachment. and (b) interests in the land that will remain in force after sale in accordance with Article 431 (Rights which remain in existence after sale and rights which are extinguished) Paragraph 1 and execution of provisional disposition that will not lapse upon sale. . 434. or debtors. The specifications shall include following items: (a) a description of the immovable. if it deems reasonable to have the same purchaser to purchase them together in light of mutual use of such properties. 2. (Sale of immovable as undivided whole) The execution court may decide to conduct a sale of a number of immovable properties as undivided whole.) 1. If an interested person gives notice by the time of the fixing of the minimum sale price [to the execution court] that an agreement deviating from the provisions of Paragraphs 1 and 2 has been made. (Determination of minimum sale price. Interests in the immovable other than those prescribed in Paragraph 1 shall be extinguished by sale. 2. (Rights which remain in existence after sale and rights which are extinguished) Real security interests.5. execution of provisional attachment or provisional disposition relating to the immovable which cannot be asserted against the creditor in execution or provisional attachment creditor will lapse upon sale. even if the properties have different creditors in execution or debtors in execution. 433. 3. provided that if the whole of the claims of the creditors in execution and execution costs are likely to be satisfied by the minimum sale price of a portion of the properties for which a ruling of commencement of compulsory sale has been made on the basis of a single motion. etc. as the case may be. the execution court may change the minimum sale price. 2. The execution court shall determine the minimum sale price on the basis of the valuation by the valuer. usufructuary real rights and leases on the immovable that can be asserted against attachment by the creditor in execution shall remain in effect after sale. The execution court may. Where it deems necessary. 432.

In the case of sale by tender or auction. A bailiff has the same authority as that of a valuer provided in the Paragraph 3 of Article 430 (Valuation) when the bailiff examines the existing conditions of the immovable property according to the order provided in the Paragraph 2. 2. and to report the results of the examination in writing. If the execution court finds that that a surplus is unlikely to arise after paying the procedural costs out of the minimum sale price of the immovable. Sale of the immovable shall be by tender or auction. On request by a person other than the highest bidder. the court shall notify the creditor in execution to this effect. and only if. provided that the offer must be made within a week after receiving the notice described in Paragraph 1. 2. and have the bailiff carry out the sale. Any person wishing to offer to purchase an immovable must provide a guarantee in the amount of 10 percent of the minimum sale price. Sub-section III. and (b) to provide a guarantee in the amount offered.) 1. and other existing circumstances. 4. the execution court shall promptly return the guarantee provided in accordance with Paragraph 1 to such person(s) after the sale has been completed pursuant to Article 436 (Method of sale. (Guarantee of offer to purchase) 1. 2. etc. the execution court must set the date.). occupancy. and time and place of sale. 3. (Measures to be taken if there is likely to be a deficit) 1. structures of a building(s) in case a building(s) exist or subject matter of the execution is a building. etc. time and place of sale. 437. . In the case of sales under Paragraph 3. The execution court must cancel the compulsory sale proceedings based on the motion of the execution creditor when the execution creditor fails to perform the following actions: (a) to make an offer [to the execution court] to buy him/herself in a fixed amount if there is no offer to purchase [by any other person] that reaches the said fixed amount. 435. Method of sale 436. (Method of sale.3. and the said fixed amount must exceed the estimated amount of procedural costs. the minimum sale price and the date. provided that the execution court may set a guarantee that exceeds this amount if it thinks fit. the sale may be carried out by such other method as prescribed by the execution court. Article 396 (Maintenance of order in the sale premises) shall apply mutatis mutandis. In the case of sale under Paragraph 3. 5. sale cannot be carried out by tender or auction. If. the court clerk must give public notice with a description of the immovable to be sold.

(Determination of highest bidder. 442. after announcing the name or title of said bidder and the amount tendered. the bailiff shall determine the highest bidder. In this case. the highest bidder shall be determined by a lot. After completion of the tendering or auction. The execution court must set a date for the purpose of ruling on sale and [on such date] must declare whether to permit or to refuse to permit the sale. If the execution court sets a date for ruling on sale. (Prohibition of offer to purchase by debtor in execution) No debtor in execution shall be entitled to make an offer to purchase. Except in cases described in Paragraph 2. (Date for ruling of sale) 1. it must give notice to that effect to interested persons. After carrying the tender or auction. The bailiff must have the highest bidder or his/her representative or agent sign the tender protocol or auction protocol. the execution court must issue a ruling permitting sale. 2. (Permission or refusal of permission for sale) 1. the reasons and the measures taken. and/or (f) if measures prescribed in Article 396 (Maintenance of order in the sale premises) have been taken. the bailiff shall have these bidders tender again to determine the highest bidder. 4. this fact and the circumstances. (c) description of the highest bidder and its agent. (b) the date and time of tender or auction.) 1. the execution court must issue a finding refusing permission for sale: . (d) the price of purchase by the highest bidder. 2. shall declare the date of tender or auction closed.438. 3. the bailiff must without delay prepare a tender protocol or auction protocol that contains the following particulars and submit same to the execution court: (a) a description of the immovable. 440. and. etc. Where any of following grounds is found. 439. the bidders may not tender the purchase price less than the amount he/she previously offered. (e) if the highest bidder could not be determined. (Statements of opinion concerning permission or refusal to permit sale) Persons having an interest in the permission or refusal of permission for sale of the immovable may state their opinions on the date for ruling of sale concerning any grounds listed in Paragraph 2 of Article 442 (Permission or refusal of permission for sale) that affect their rights. 2. If no bidder provided in the Paragraph 2 tenders. In case where two or more bidders tendered the highest price. 441. The same shall apply in case where two or more bidders tendered the same highest price in the [second] tender provided in the Paragraph 2. 5.

the execution court shall reserve its ruling of permission to sell the other properties. the execution court shall cancel the compulsory sale procedure of any property falling under Paragraph 3. A Chomtoah appeal against a ruling permitting sale must be based on one of the grounds listed in Paragraph 2 of Article 442 (Permission or refusal of permission for sale) or on a serious error in the procedures of the ruling permitting the sale. The highest bidder for a property concerning which a ruling of permission to sell has been reserved under Paragraph 1 may cancel his/her offer at the execution court.) 1. or its representative is not authorized to purchase the immovable.(a) The compulsory sale proceedings should not be commenced or continued. (b) The highest bidder is not qualified or incapable of purchasing the immovable. 3. (d) There is a serious error in the procedure for ruling of minimum sale price. (Chomtoah appeal against ruling permitting or refusing to permit sale) 1. said highest bidder or purchaser may submit an opinion for disallowance of the sale prior to a ruling . etc. the Chomtoah appeal court may designate a respondent to the Chomtoah appellant. An interested party may file a Chomtoah appeal against a ruling permitting or refusing to permit a sale. 2. the execution court shall first hear the opinion of the debtor in execution as to which property should be sold. 4. but only in cases where such party's rights would be infringed by such ruling. If the price has been paid for a property concerning which a ruling of permission to sale has been made. 2. (Application for refusal of permission for sale in a case where the immovable has been damaged. 3. 445. In cases where the immovable is seriously damaged by reason of natural disaster or other cause not attributable to fault on the part of the highest bidder or owner purchaser after the making of an offer to purchase. 444. (c) An application is made for refusal of permission for sale under Paragraph 1 of Article 445 (Application for refusal of permission for sale in a case where the immovable has been damaged. 4. 443. and/or (e) There is a serious error in the sale procedures. if there is more than one arrangement with which the total of the offered price of one or more property is likely to satisfy the whole of the claims of the creditors and execution costs. and the whole of the creditors’ claims and execution costs are likely to be satisfied by the price offered for any one or more of such properties.). In cases described in Paragraph 1. A ruling permitting or refusing to permit a sale shall only become effective after it becomes final and binding. If it deems necessary. (Measures in case of excessive sale) 1. Where more than one immovable property have been sold. etc.

If the purchaser is a creditor who is entitled to distribution from the sale price. 446. (Withdrawal of motion for compulsory sale after making of offer to purchase) In order to withdraw a motion for compulsory sale after the making of an offer to purchase. The money paid by the purchaser as guarantee of its offer to purchase shall be applied to payment of the price. permitting sale being handed down. 3. The costs of the entrustment under Paragraph 1 shall be borne by the purchaser. the purchaser shall pay the price to the execution court within the period stipulated by that court. . When a ruling permitting sale becomes final and binding. the purchaser shall immediately pay the amount subject to objection. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a ruling on a motion for cancellation of a ruling allowing sale under Paragraph 1. and (d) the striking off of the attachment or provisional attachment. Effect of sale 447. a creditor in execution must obtain the consent of the highest bidder or purchaser as the case may be. 2. and may file a motion for cancellation of such ruling if it has already been issued. In such a case. The entrustment to the registrar under Paragraph 1 shall be accompanied by an authenticated copy of the ruling permitting sale. (Direction for registration based on payment of price) 1. (c) the striking off of any entry relating to provisional disposition that has lapsed by virtue of the sale. Upon payment of the price by the purchaser. 2. such purchaser may make payment of the sale price less the amount of distribution to which he is entitled on the distribution date by applying to the execution court prior to the conclusion of the date for ruling of sale. (Payment of the price) 1. 3. 3. 4. 448.2. A ruling upon motion under Paragraph 1 canceling a ruling permitting sale shall not become effective until it becomes final and binding. The purchaser acquires the immovable at the time of payment of the price. if there is any statement of objection to the amount of distribution to which the purchaser is entitled. Sub-section IV. (b) the striking off of the registration of the acquisition of any rights extinguished by the sale or of any rights that has lapsed by virtue of the sale. until the time of payment of the price. the court clerk shall entrust the competent institution to enter and strike off the following matters in the register: (a) the entry of the transfer of the rights acquired by the purchaser. Said period shall be not longer than one month counting from the date of becoming final and binding.

2. the purchaser shall be responsible to pay the debt secured by the revolving hypothec to the extent of the amount of the maximum credit limit. 4. In cases stipulated in Paragraph 1. A ruling under Paragraph 1 shall not come into effect until it becomes final and binding. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a ruling on a motion under Paragraph 1. The purchaser cannot file a motion under Paragraph 1 after the lapse of 6 months from the date of payment of the price. In a case described in Paragraph 1. In cases where several immovable properties have been sold as an undivided whole in accordance with Article 433 (Sale of immovable as undivided whole). If the purchaser does not pay the price. Upon motion by a purchaser who has paid the price. (Effect of non-payment of price) 1. 451. 450. 2. In such a case. 3.449. The Purchaser set forth in Paragraph 1 cannot make an offer to purchase under a compulsory sale as prescribed in Paragraph 2. 5. the purchaser shall have no right to demand return of the guarantee of purchase paid. (Order of delivery) 1. the amount of such proceeds shall be the amount arrived at by dividing the total of the proceeds proportionally according to the minimum sale price of each property. the execution court can may issue a ruling ordering the debtor in execution or a person in possession of the immovable to deliver up the immovable to the purchaser. the purchaser shall be responsible to satisfy such secured claim. 3. the execution court shall examine such other person. If the debtor in execution is the debtor of any claim secured by a security interest that remains in effect after sale by virtue of Article 431 (Rights which remain in existence after sale and rights which are extinguished). In the case of rulings a ruling under Paragraph 1 against persons in possession other than the debtor in execution. when the security interest that remains in effect after sale is a revolving hypothec of which the principle has been finalized. (Sale price) 1. the ruling permitting sale shall lapse. provided that this shall not apply in the case of a person who the court finds is in possession on the basis of title that can be set up against the purchaser according to the case record. . The sale price to be applied to distribution shall consist of the following: (a) the price of the immovable. and (b) any guarantee the return of which cannot be demanded under the second sentence of Paragraph 1 of Article 451 (Effect of non-payment of price). 2. (Responsibility of the purchaser) 1. 452. if it is necessary to determine the proceeds of each property. 2. the execution court must once again conduct a compulsory sale. The same shall apply to the allocation of execution costs for each property.

2. etc. Execution against a vessel shall be carried out by means of auction by the execution court.453. and/or (c) creditors who have registered provisional attachment prior to registration of attachment [application of] which was the basis of the initial ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. 2. In this Book and in Book Ⅶ. (Motion and method of execution against vessels) 1. etc.) 1. 457. in the case of a registered Cambodian vessel.. 3. (Execution court) The court of first instance having jurisdiction over the place in which the vessel is located at the time of ruling of commencement of auction shall be the execution court for execution against a vessel. In order to commence auction proceedings. The motion under Paragraph 2 shall be accompanied by an authenticated copy of the enforceable title of execution. the term "vessels" refers to vessels having a gross tonnage of 20 tons or more. etc. Execution against Vessels 454. (Ruling of commencement of auction." refers to the document evidencing the vessel's nationality and other documents necessary for the vessel lawfully to sail. 455. "certificate of registry of the vessel. etc. In this chapter. and/or (b) a document proving that the vessel is a vessel provided in Paragraph 1 of Article 454 (Meaning of vessels. Section V.). . (The scope of creditors entitled to distribution) The creditors listed below shall be entitled to distribution of the sale price: (a) creditors who have filed a motion for compulsory sale or for compulsory sale as enforcement of general liens not later than the last date for submission of demands for distribution.) 1. the execution court shall issue a ruling of commencement of auction and order the bailiff to confiscate the certificate of registry of the vessel. In addition to the matters prescribed in Paragraph 2 of Article 439 (Determination of highest bidder.) in the case of non-registered Cambodian vessel or a non-Cambodian vessel and that the vessel is owned by the debtor in execution. together with: (a) a certified copy of the register. 456. etc. (Meaning of vessels. a motion for execution against a vessel shall include the location of the vessel and the name and current location of the captain. etc. (b) creditors who have made a demand for distribution not later than the last date for submission of demands for distribution. and submit the same to the execution court.

2. In cases where the vessel has not been registered or in cases of emergency. 6. If the bailiff confiscates the certificate of registry of the vessel. 3. the effect of the attachment shall arise from the time of such confiscation. 459. said effect shall arise at the time of such registration. prior to service of the ruling of commencement of auction or the registration of the attachment. 2. The costs of such execution shall be treated as common service costs of the auction proceedings. 5. Unless the creditor in execution submits documentary evidence of the filing of a . A ruling under Paragraph 1 shall be served on the debtor in execution. provided that if registration of the attachment is carried out prior to the issue of the ruling of commencement of auction. etc. the execution court shall determine the final date for submission of demands for distribution. etc. If attachment has come into effect under a ruling of commencement of auction. (Final date for demands for distribution and change thereof) 1. together with an injunction against the debtor in execution leaving port. When filing a motion under Paragraph 1 an authenticated copy of the enforceable title of execution must be presented and the grounds prescribed in the said Paragraph must be proved. of the vessel. The effect of the attachment shall arise upon service under Paragraph 3. etc. to the bailiff can be enforced even before it is served on the other party. 4. 7. 7. may by ruling order the debtor in execution to deliver up the bailiff the certificate of registry. 6. 2. A ruling under Paragraph 1 ordering the delivery up of a vessel's nationality certificate. etc. 4. 5. is confiscated prior to the motion for execution against such vessel. If no ruling permitting sale has been made within 3 months following the final date for submission of demands for distribution. upon motion. 458. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a ruling under Paragraph 1. to the bailiff shall be enforced after two weeks have passed from the giving of notice thereof to the creditor in execution. etc. the court of first instance having its jurisdiction over the place where the registration of the vessel is made. Upon the issue of a ruling of commencement under Paragraph 1 in respect of a registered Cambodian vessel. prior to motion) 1. The ruling of commencement under Paragraph 1 shall be served on the debtor in execution. the court having jurisdiction over the location of the vessel may issue such a ruling. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling dismissing a motion for auction. A ruling under Paragraph 1 ordering the delivery up of a vessel's nationality certificate. the court clerk shall immediately direct the registrar to record the attachment under such ruling. The ruling of commencement under Paragraph 1 shall include a declaration of attachment of the vessel on behalf of the creditor in execution. the execution court may change such final date. (Ruling ordering delivery of certificate of registry. 3. If it is likely that it would be extremely difficult to execute against a vessel unless the certificate of registry. etc.

If the guarantee is provided prior to the final date for submission of demands for distribution. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling on a motion under Paragraph 1. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against the ruling on a motion under Paragraph 1 and a ruling under Paragraph 3. 3.. The costs and remuneration required by the custodian for custody of the vessel shall be treated as Procedural Costs. If a stay of execution by reason of submission of a document described in Paragraph 1 lapses. upon motion. the execution court shall effect distribution of the guarantee provided under said Paragraph to the creditors. 4. 2. 2.motion for execution against the vessel within 5 days of the delivery up to the bailiff of the certificate of registry. The terms of Article 71 (Method of providing security and change in security) and Article 72 (Rights of person receiving provision of security) shall apply mutatis mutandis to the provision of security under Paragraph 1. etc. When the custodian completes his/her mandate he/she shall submit a report of account to the execution court without delay. with the exception of the distribution proceedings. 2. A ruling under Paragraph 1 shall have no effect until it becomes final and binding. upon motion of the debtor in execution. etc. where it deems necessary. shall cancel the auction proceedings. the execution court may appoint a custodian of a vessel for which a ruling of commencement of auction has been issued. 3. the execution court. the bailiff shall return the certificate of registry. 3. etc. who shall perform his/her duties with the care of a good manager. (Permission to sail) 1. (Appointment of custodian. . 4. 461. to the debtor in execution. The execution court may. 462. it will suffice if the amount of the guarantee is equivalent to the total amount of the claims of the creditor in execution and the creditors who have submitted demands for distribution by that time together with the Execution costs.) 1. The custodian may be paid in advance the costs required for custody of the vessel as determined by the ruling of the execution court. grant permission for the vessel to sail if the execution court finds that business necessity or other good grounds exist. 460. Upon motion by the creditor in execution. If any document listed in Paragraph 2 of Article 370 (Stay and cancellation of execution) is submitted in connection with the claim of the creditor in execution. and with the consent of each creditor and the highest bidder or the purchaser as the case may be. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling dismissing a motion under Paragraph 1. The execution court shall supervise the custodian. (Cancellation of auction procedures by reason of provision of guarantee) 1. and the debtor in execution provides a guarantee equivalent to the total amount of the claims of the creditor in execution and the creditors who have submitted demands for distribution together with the Execution costs prior to the making of an offer to purchase.

). 2.463. etc. such as destruction or loss thereof. 3. The execution court shall determine the minimum sale price on the basis of the valuation by the valuer. (Transfer of case) If a vessel in respect of which a ruling of commencement of auction has been issued has been moved to a location outside the jurisdiction of the execution court. (Determination of minimum sale price) 1. the court may transfer the case to the court of first instance with jurisdiction over the location of the vessel. . (Cancellation of auction procedures by reason of destruction or loss of vessel. In cases where the motion for auction is withdrawn. or by the creditor in execution who is subject to the ruling of cancellation. etc. or a ruling of cancellation of auction procedures comes into effect. When carrying out an examination for the purpose of valuation. 468. 467. A bailiff whose assistance has been requested under Paragraph 2 of Article 338 (Ensuring performance of duties by bailiffs. The execution court may appoint a valuer and order a valuation of the vessel. (Valuation) 1. the court clerk shall direct the registrar to strike off the registration of the attachment under the relevant ruling of commencement. The cost of the request for striking off under Paragraph 1 shall be borne by the creditor in execution who has withdrawn his/her motion. cannot be confiscated) If the bailiff is unable to confiscate the vessel's certificate of registry.) may take the necessary measures to open locked doors if required in cases where the valuer boards a vessel pursuant to Paragraph 3. 4. (Cancellation of auction procedures in cases where certificate of registry. within 2 weeks after the issue of the ruling of commencement of auction. the execution court shall cancel the auction procedures. the execution court shall cancel the auction procedures. etc. the valuer may board the vessel. 464. etc.) Where there are clear circumstances preventing the conveyance of the vessel through sale. The valuer must obtain the permission of the execution court in order to request the assistance of the bailiff pursuant to Paragraph 2 of Article 338 (Ensuring performance of duties by bailiffs. (Request for striking off of registration of attachment) 1. question the debtor in execution or other third party in possession of the vessel and/or request the submission of documents by said persons. 2. 466. 465. etc.

In the case of sale by tender or auction. 2. provided that the execution court may set a guarantee that exceeds this amount when it finds appropriate. If the execution court has set a date for ruling on sale. 473. Article 435 (Measures to be taken if there is likely to be a deficit) the provisions shall apply mutatis mutandis for execution against vessel. On request by a person other than the highest bidder. 470. the execution court must issue a finding . the execution court must give notice to that effect to the persons with a relationship of interest. The execution court shall set a date for the purpose of ruling on sale and shall declare whether to permit or to refuse to permit the sale. the execution court may change the minimum sale price. the execution court shall issue a ruling permitting sale.). (Date for ruling of sale) 1. and have the bailiff carry out the sale. (Statements of opinion concerning permission or refusal to permit sale) Persons having an interest in the permission or refusal of permission for sale of the vessel may state their opinions on the date for ruling of sale concerning any grounds listed in Paragraph 2 of Article 474 (Permission or refusal of permission for sale) that affect their rights. 469. time and place of sale. 4. Article 396 (Maintenance of order in the sale premises) shall apply mutatis mutandis. (Guarantee of offer to purchase) 1. 2.2. Sale of the vessel shall be by tender or auction or such other method as may be prescribed by the execution court. 2. the execution court shall set the date. In the case of sales under Paragraph 2. (Prohibition of offer to purchase by debtor in execution) No debtor in execution shall be entitled to make an offer to purchase a vessel. the minimum sale price and the date. 2. the execution court shall promptly return the guarantee prescribed under Paragraph 1 after the sale has been completed pursuant to Article 469 (Method of sale. (Method of sale. 3. 474. Except in cases described in Paragraph 2. Where it deems necessary. the court clerk shall give public notice with a description of the vessel to be sold. (Permission or refusal of permission for sale) 1. In the case of sale under Paragraph 2. etc. etc. time and place of sale. 471. 472. Any person wishing to offer to purchase a vessel shall provide a guarantee in the amount equivalent to 10 percent of the minimum sale price.) 1. 3. Where any of following grounds is found.

(Withdrawal of motion for auction after making of offer to purchase) In order to withdraw a motion for auction after making an offer to purchase. until the time of payment of the price. (Chomtoah appeal against ruling permitting or refusing to permit sale) 1. (c) an application is made for refusal of permission for sale under Paragraph 1 of Article 476 (Application for refusal of permission for sale in a case where the vessel has been damaged. An interested party may file a Chomtoah appeal against a ruling permitting or refusing to permit a sale. and notify the purchaser thereof. (Application for refusal of permission for sale in a case where the vessel has been damaged. 3. etc. the Chomtoah appeal court may designate a respondent to the Chomtoah appellant.) 1. 2. If it deems necessary. a creditor in execution must obtain the consent of the highest bidder or purchaser as the case may be. 2.refusing permission for sale: (a) the auction proceedings should not be commenced or continued. 478. or its representative is not authorized to purchase the vessel. A ruling permitting or refusing to permit a sale shall only become effective after it becomes final and binding. (Deadline for Payment of Price) If the ruling permitting sale has become final and binding. 475. and for cancellation of such ruling if it has already been issued. 476. 3.). 4. and/or (e) there is a serious error in the sale procedures. A ruling upon motion under Paragraph 1 canceling a ruling permitting sale shall not become effective until it becomes final and effective. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a ruling on a motion for cancellation of a ruling allowing sale under Paragraph 1. 477. the execution court shall promptly stipulate a deadline for payment of the price. (b) the highest bidder is not qualified or incapable of purchasing the vessel. etc. said highest bidder or purchaser may file a motion for disallowance of the sale prior to a ruling permitting sale being handed down. but only in cases where such party's rights would be infringed by such ruling. A Chomtoah appeal against a ruling permitting sale must cite the existence of one of the grounds listed in Paragraph 2 of the 6 Article 474 (Permission or refusal of permission for sale) or of a serious error in the procedures of the ruling permitting the sale. . If a vessel is seriously damaged by reason of natural disaster or other cause not attributable to fault on the part of the highest bidder or purchaser after the making of an offer to purchase. (d) there is a serious error in the procedure for ruling of minimum sale price.

In the case of a ruling under Paragraph 1 against persons in possession other than the debtor in execution. The Purchaser set forth in Paragraph 1 cannot make an offer to purchase under an auction as prescribed in Paragraph 2. 5. and (b) the striking off of the attachment or provisional attachment. Upon payment of the price by the purchaser. When a ruling permitting sale becomes final and binding. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a ruling on a motion under Paragraph 1. If the purchaser does not pay the price. Upon motion by a purchaser who has paid the price. 480. The money paid by the purchaser as guarantee of its offer to purchase shall be applied to payment of the price. (Payment of the price) 1. the court clerk shall direct the noting and striking off of the following matters in the register: (a) the noting of the transfer of the rights acquired by the purchaser. 484. the execution court must once again execute an auction. In such a case. In the event of Paragraph 1. (Sale price) The sale price to be applied to distribution shall consist of the following: (a) the price of the vessel. 2. the execution court may issue a ruling ordering the debtor in execution or a person in possession of the vessel to deliver up the vessel to the purchaser. (Effect of non-payment of price) 1. (Request for registration based on payment of price) 1. 2. the purchaser must pay the price to the execution court within the period stipulated by that court pursuant to Article 478 (Deadline for Payment of Price). The direction to the registrar under Paragraph 1 shall be accompanied by an authenticated copy of the ruling permitting sale. The purchaser cannot file a motion under Paragraph 1 after the lapse of 6 months from the date of payment of the price. 4. the purchaser shall have no right to demand return of the guarantee paid under Article 470 (Guarantee of offer to purchase). 483. 2. The costs of the request under Paragraph 1 shall be borne by the purchaser. and/or . 481.479. 3. 3. 2. A ruling under Paragraph 1 shall not come into effect until it becomes final and binding. (Ruling ordering delivery up of vessel) 1. (Time of acquisition of vessel) The purchaser acquires the vessel at the time of payment of the price. provided that this shall not apply in the case of a person who the court finds is in possession on the basis of title that prevails over the title of the purchaser according to the case record. 3. the ruling permitting sale shall lapse. 482. the execution court shall examine such other person.

(b) any guarantee the return of which cannot be demanded under the second sentence of Article 481 (Effect of non-payment of price). the court that is to carry out the distribution shall set a date for distribution and send notice of the date. and/or (c) creditors who have registered provisional attachment prior to registration of attachment based on a ruling of commencement of auction. (Demand for distribution) 1. etc. 486. there has been payment of . (Preparations for distribution) 1. (Which court is to implement distribution) The court to implement distribution shall be the court of first instance to which the bailiff belongs in the case of execution against movables. (b) creditors who have made a demand for distribution not later than the last date for submission of demands for distribution. there has been a deposit (payment into court) under Article 412 (Collection Suits). in a case where there has been a report to a court under Paragraph 1 Article 400 (Deposit by bailiff with the court) or there has been a report under Article 401 (Report to court of first instance). The persons listed below are entitled to make a demand for distribution: (a) creditors holding an authenticated copy of a title of execution who are entitled to effect execution in accordance with Paragraph 1 of Article 354 (Requirement for execution clause and which organs grant such clause). a sale has been carried out pursuant to an order for sale under Article 413 (Ruling ordering sale) or the proceeds of sale have been submitted under Paragraph 2 of Article 414 (Execution of ruling of attachment of right to demand delivery of movables) . (c) creditors who have effected execution using the method of confiscation of the vessel's certificate of registry. 488. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a ruling dismissing a demand for distribution. 485. time and place thereof to the creditors entitled to distribution and to the debtor: (a) if in a case of execution against movables. (c) if in a case of execution against an immovable. Procedures for Distribution by Court 487. Upon the arising of any of the grounds described below. 2. (b) creditors who have registered provisional attachment after registration of attachment based on a ruling of commencement of auction.. the ground for deposit has been extinguished. (The scope of creditors entitled to distribution) The creditors listed below shall be entitled to distribution of the sale price: (a) the attachment creditor(s). and/or (d) persons with documentary evidence of general liens or liens over the vessel. and the execution court in other cases. (b) if in a case of execution against a claim or other property rights. Section VI.

3. the court responsible for distribution shall effect distribution to the creditor or creditors and deliver any surplus to the debtor in execution. 489. the court clerk shall send a notice to each creditor to submit within one week. 2. 490. the court charged with distribution shall carry out distribution to such creditors. the interest until the date of distribution and the amount of execution costs. (Implementation of distribution) 1. and there are creditors entitled to distribution other than the creditor(s) in execution. or if in a case of execution against a vessel. Even if after the time for distribution has arrived a document listed in Items (a) or (b) of Paragraph 2 of Article 370 (Stay and cancellation of execution) is filed. a statement of accounts indicating the principal of the claim. When the date of distribution has been fixed. The court charged with distribution shall implement distribution in accordance with the distribution schedule in cases prescribed in Paragraph 1 of Article 488 (Preparations for distribution). On the date of distribution. to the court that is to carry out the distribution. (Preparation of distribution schedule) 1. there has been payment of the sale price under Article 479 (Payment of the price). together with the debtor(s) in execution: (a) Execution against movables Creditors prescribed in Article 398 (Scope of creditors entitled to distribution) (b) Execution against claims and other property rights Creditors prescribed in Article 415 (Scope of creditors eligible for distribution) (c) Execution against immovables Creditors prescribed in Article 453 (The scope of creditors entitled to distribution) (d) Execution against vessel Creditors prescribed in Article 486 (The scope of creditors entitled to distribution) . 2. The court responsible for distribution shall prepare a distribution schedule on the date of distribution except as providing in Paragraph 2 of Article 489 (Implementation of distribution). If there is only one creditor. or where there are two or more creditors but the amount to be appropriated to distribution is sufficient to satisfy the claim of each creditor and the whole of the execution costs.(d) 2. the court shall summon the creditors in execution set forth below. If after the time for distribution has arrived a document listed in Items (a) to (g) of Paragraph 1 of Article 370 (Stay and cancellation of execution) is filed. the sale price under Paragraph 1 of Article 447 (Payment of the price) or an application under the first sentence of Paragraph 3 of Article 447 (Payment of the price) has been made and a ruling permitting sale has become final and binding. the court charged with distribution shall effect distribution to such creditors. 4. provided that it shall not be necessary to follow the distribution schedule in cases prescribed in Paragraph 2.

the debtor in execution may demand that the court clerk deliver up to him/her the authenticated copy of enforceable title of execution submitted by such creditor. 6. provided that if such creditor receives partial payment of his/her claim. the interest and other incidental claims. If a creditor in execution or creditor who has submitted a demand for distribution by virtue of an authenticated copy of enforceable title of execution receives payment of the whole of his/her claim. 4. or any debtor in execution. and shall verify such documentary evidence as can be verified on the spot. the court clerk shall note such amount on the authenticated copy prior to delivering it up. The priority and amount of distribution prescribed in Paragraph 4 shall be recorded in accordance with the agreement of all the creditors on the date of distribution. A creditor who has stated an objection to any entry in a distribution table shall file a suit of objection to such entry. 492. Where the case has finished. Commercial Code or other relevant law. if such agreement is achieved. For the purpose of preparing the distribution schedule. The court that is to effect the distribution shall have jurisdiction over suits . 2. For the purposes of distribution. Any creditor. (Objection to entry in distribution table) 1. who is dissatisfied with the claims of creditors or the amounts for distribution noted in a distribution table. claims subject to a certain time stipulation which have not matured shall be deemed to have matured. priority of distribution and amount shall be noted alongside the following amounts: (a) Execution against movables Amount of proceeds of sale of attached articles and amount of money attached (b) Execution against claims and other property rights Amount to be distributed (c) Execution against immovables Amount of proceeds of sale (d) Execution against vessel Amount of sale price 5. amount of execution costs. the court shall examine the creditors and debtor(s) in execution who appear at court on the date of distribution. the creditor described therein may demand that the court clerk deliver up to him/her the authenticated copy of enforceable title of execution. 4. may state an objection on the date of distribution. The court responsible for implementing the distribution shall proceed to distribution of that portion of the distribution table to which there is no objection. naming the other party to the motion of objection as the defendant.3. in circumstances other those described in Paragraph 3. 491. and in other cases in accordance with the provisions of the Civil Code. 3. 2. The claim principal. (Suit of objection by creditor who has stated an objection to the contents of a distribution table) 1.

the court that is to implement the distribution shall retain such amount: (a) the claim is subject to a condition precedent or uncertain time stipulation. If the court that is to execute the distribution finds in its judgment under Paragraph 2 that the objection is well founded. described in Paragraph 1. 494. the objection shall be deemed to have been withdrawn. Item (a) of Article 370 (Stay and cancellation of execution) has been submitted. not later than one week following the date of distribution. (d) an authenticated copy of a decision temporarily enjoining the exercise of a lien. 493. it shall cancel the distribution table in order that an amended or new distribution table may be prepared. 4. naming the creditor who is the other party to the motion of objection as the defendant. Unless a creditor who has stated an objection to an entry in a distribution table proves. it shall cancel the table of distribution in order to amend it or prepare a new table. 2. The court that is to execute the distribution shall retain the amount of distribution to any creditor who fails to appear at the court to receive such distribution. (c) a document listed in Paragraph 2. A debtor in execution who has stated an objection to any entry in a distribution table against a creditor holding an authenticated copy of enforceable title of execution shall file a suit of objection to claim. . The court that is to effect the distribution shall have jurisdiction over suits described in Paragraph 2. (b) the claim belongs to a provisional attachment creditor. 5. If a court finds in its judgment in a suit under Paragraph 1 that the objection is well founded. (Retention of amount of distribution) 1. a debtor in execution who has stated an objection to an entry in a distribution table proves the filing of a suit described in Paragraph 1 and files an authenticated copy of a decision staying execution by virtue of such suit. the objection shall be deemed to have been withdrawn. and/or (e) a suit of objection to an entry in a distribution table has been filed under Paragraph 1 of Article 492 (Suit of objection by creditor who has stated an objection to the contents of a distribution table) or Paragraph 2 of Article 493 (Suit of objection by debtor in execution to contents of table of distribution). (Suit of objection by debtor in execution to contents of table of distribution) 1. 4. If any of the following grounds applies to a claim to which a creditor is entitled. naming the creditor who is the other party to the motion of objection as the defendant. 2. 3. pledge or hypothec relating to the claim has been submitted. or proves the filing of a suit described in Paragraph 2.3. that the creditor has filed a suit described in Paragraph 1. Unless not later than one week following the date of distribution. A debtor in execution who has stated an objection to any entry in a distribution table against a creditor who does not hold an authenticated copy of enforceable title of execution shall file a suit of objection to distribution.

Chapter Three SPECIFIC RULES GOVERNING ENFORCEMENT OF SECURITY INTERESTS Section I. Chapter II. the court that is to implement distribution shall proceed to distribute the retained money. Article 496 (Title of execution for . (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests) Notwithstanding the terms of Article 350 (Title of execution). 497. or (b) a certificate prepared by a notary proving the existence of the security interest. Notwithstanding the terms of Article 363 (Suit objecting to claim).and/or (b) if a creditor whose distribution has been retained for a reason described in Item (e) of Paragraph 1 of Article 494(Retention of amount of distribution) loses in a suit of objection to an entry in the distribution table filed by the debtor in execution under Paragraph 2 of Article 493 (Suit of objection by debtor in execution to contents of table of distribution). If the ground of retention of distribution under Paragraph 1 of Article 494 (Retention of amount of distribution) disappears. and/or (b) titles of execution noted in Item (b) of Article 496 (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests): the court having jurisdiction over the territory prescribed in Title I. Where distribution is to be carried out under Paragraph 1. 2. (Special rules relating to jurisdiction of suits objecting to claim and suits objecting to grant of execution clause relating to title of execution for enforcement of security interests) 1. suits objecting to a claim relating to a title of execution for enforcement of a security interest shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the court noted next to the respective type of title of execution below: (a) titles of execution noted in Item (a) of Article 496 (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests): the court of first instance of such trial proceedings. etc.) 1.495. the enforcement of a security interest shall be based on one of the following titles of execution: (a) a final and binding judgment proving the existence of the security interest. (Implementation of distribution upon confirmation of rights. the court that is to implement distribution shall alter the distribution table even on behalf of creditors who have not stated an objection to an entry in the distribution table in the following cases: (a) if it is no longer possible to make a distribution to a creditor whose distribution has been retained for a cause described in Items (a) through (d) of Paragraph 1 of Article 494 (Retention of amount of distribution). or a document having the same effect. General Provisions 496.

Article 345 (Chomtoah appeal against cancellation ruling. 499. the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the territory in which the subject-matter of the security interest is located. enforcement of security interests). Paragraph 1 shall apply mutatis mutandis to suits of objection to grant of an execution clause. or (b) an exemplification of a document including a provision to the effect that the creditor has received payment of the claim that is secured by the security interest. the effect of the stay shall be limited to 2 months: (a) an exemplification of an adjudication which includes an order for a temporary stay of enforcement of security interest.). since the establishment of a title of execution described in Article 496 (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests). the execution court or bailiff shall stay the procedures for enforcement of security interest. etc. 4. the court having jurisdiction over the territory of the third party debtor prescribed in Title I. (Stay and cancellation of enforcement of security interests) 1. (c) an exemplification of a final and binding judgment declaring that a compromise or acknowledgment relating to a title of execution listed in Article 496 (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests) has no effect. 3. If there is no court having jurisdiction under said Article. etc. provided that in the case of Item (b). Upon submission of any of the documents listed below. If the subject-matter of the security interest is a claim.) shall not apply to cases of reversal of execution disposition under Paragraph 1 of this Article. the execution court or bailiff shall stay the procedures for enforcement of security interest and shall reverse any execution disposition that has already been carried out: (a) an exemplification of an adjudication which contains an order canceling a title of execution described in Item (a) of Article 496 (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests) . 498. or has consented to deferral of payment. Upon submission of any of the documents listed below. (d) an exemplification of a compromise in court stating that the security interest will not be enforced or that the motion for enforcement thereof has been withdrawn. 2. Article 8 (Jurisdiction conferred by address. Chapter II.2. and/or (e) an exemplification of an adjudication which includes an order for stay of enforcement of the security interest or for reversal of execution disposition [already taken]. Article 370 (Stay and cancellation of execution) shall not apply to enforcement of security interests. (Compulsory sale by virtue of right of retention and compulsory sale for realization) Compulsory sale by virtue of a right of retention and compulsory sale for the purpose of . (b) an exemplification of an adjudication which includes an order that enforcement of the security interest is not permitted.

the owner of the movable who is the debtor in execution. (Particulars to be noted in motion for enforcement of security interest against movables) The motioner shall include the following particulars in the motion for enforcement of security interests against a movable: (a) a description of the creditor in execution. (Exclusion of application of provisions relating to execution against movables) Article 380 (Property exempt from attachment). (Simple procedure for enforcement of pledge) 1. the owner of the movable or the debtor of the secured claim may object to such execution by motion. a statement to this effect and a statement of the scope thereof. 502. (Objection to attachment of movables) If enforcement of a right of security against a movable is commenced under Article 500 (Requisites for enforcement of security interests against movables). (b) a description of the security interest and the secured claim. Section II. 503. a pledgee of movables may file a motion with the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the place of the performance of the obligation for a ruling permitting the pledged property to be immediately applied to satisfaction of the . Enforcement of Security Interests against Movables 500. 504. enforcement of a security interest against a movable may be commenced upon submission to the bailiff of the movable that is the subject-matter of the security interest or a document proving that the possessor of the movable has consented to the attachment. 501. (Requisites for enforcement of security interests against movables) Even without submission of a title of execution prescribed in Article 496 (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests). citing as grounds the non-existence or extinguishment of the security interest.realization in accordance with the provisions of the Civil Code and other laws shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of this law governing compulsory sale as enforcement of security interests. the debtor of the secured claim and the representatives of the aforementioned persons. Article 381 (Change of scope of exempt movables) and Article 391 (Prohibition of excessive attachment) shall not apply to procedures for the enforcement of security interests against movables. (c) a description of the movable that is the subject-matter of the security interest and the location thereof. In accordance with the provisions of Summary enforcement of pledge of the Civil Code. and (d) if the security interest is being enforced against only a portion of the secured claim.

2. Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraphs 2 and 3 of Article 402 (Meaning of execution against claims and execution court). (b) a description of the security interest and the secured claim. Section III. the court shall order that any amount by which the valuation amount exceeds the total of the obligation and the procedural costs be returned to the owner of the pledged property. A ruling under Paragraph 5 shall only come into effect upon becoming final and binding. Prior to making a ruling under Paragraph 1. In its ruling under Paragraph 1. the third party debtor and the representatives of the aforementioned persons. 6. the debtor in execution. Enforcement of Security Interests against Claims and Other Property 505. lease. A motion under Paragraph 1 shall be accompanied by an exemplification of a title of execution listed in Article 496 (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests). the court shall examine the pledgee. 7. obligation. (c) a description of the claim that is the subject-matter of the security interest. 3. damage of the subject-matter or creation of a . A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling on a motion under Paragraph 1. except in cases where the pledgee him/herself has set a valuation amount in his/her motion under Paragraph 1 and the owner of the pledged property consents to such amount. in addition to declaring that the pledged property be permitted to be applied to satisfaction to the extent of the valuation amount. the court shall appoint a valuer and have such valuer value the pledged property in accordance with the provisions of summary enforcement of pledge of the Civil Code. (Particulars to be noted and form of motion for enforcement of security interests against claims) 1. When making a ruling on a motion under Paragraph 1. (Attachment of claims on the basis of real subrogation) 1. and the debtor of the secured claim. 4. the exercise of any right pursuant to the provisions of the Civil Code or other law which a person holding a security interest has against any money or other thing to which the debtor in execution is entitled by virtue of sale. In addition to being governed by this Article. 506.2. a statement to this effect and a statement of the scope thereof. the debtor of the secured claim. loss. the creditor in execution shall include the following particulars in the motion for enforcement of security interests against a claim prescribed in Paragraph 1 of Article 402 (Meaning of execution against claims and execution court): (a) a description of the creditor in execution. The procedural costs of the ruling under Paragraph 1 shall be borne by the owner of the pledged property. the owner of the pledged property. 5. and (d) if the security interest is being enforced against only a portion of the secured claim.

together with: (a) a certified copy of the register.2. in the case of exercise of a right under Paragraph 1 by a person holding a security interest against a movable. 3. (c) a description of the immovable that is the subject-matter of the security interest. 507. (Particulars to be noted and form of motion for enforcement of security interests against immovables) The motioner shall include the following particulars in the motion for enforcement of security interests against immovables: (a) a description of the creditor in execution. and (d) if the security interest is being enforced against only a portion of the secured claim. the debtor of the secured claim and the representatives of the aforementioned persons. (b) a description of the security interest and the secured claim. Article 383 (Change of scope of garnishment) and Paragraph 2 of Article 404 (The scope of attachment) shall not apply to this Section. in the case of enforcement of a security interest other than a general lien. (Enforcement of security interests against other property) Except where specifically provided otherwise. (Exclusions from application) The provisions of Article 382 (Rights exempt from attachment (garnishment)). A motion under Paragraph 1 shall be accompanied by an exemplification of a title of execution listed in Article 496 (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests). 508. a statement to this effect and a statement of the scope thereof. Section IV. . and/or 1. real right on the subject-matter shall be governed by Article 505 (Particulars to be noted and form of motion for enforcement of security interests against claims). a motion for exercise of a right under Paragraph 1 shall note the connection between the secured claim and the claim to be attached. the owner of the immovable who is the debtor in execution. enforcement of security interests against property prescribed in Article 416 (Execution against other property) shall follow the example of execution against claims prescribed in Article 416 (Execution against other property). Enforcement of Security Interests against Immovables 509. Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 2 of Article 505 (Particulars to be noted and form of motion for enforcement of security interests against claims). the creditor in execution may submit along with the motion an exemplification of a document proving the existence of the security interest in lieu of the exemplification of title of execution prescribed in Article 496 (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests). In addition to the matters listed in each Item of Paragraph 1 of Article 505 (Particulars to be noted and form of motion for enforcement of security interests against claims). 2.

if the security . a certified copy of the register. In such a case. the execution court shall determine a new final date. 4. Any right on the immovable other than those provided in the paragraph 1 shall be extinguished by the compulsory sale. 2. notice to file particulars of demand under Paragraph 2 of Article 422 (Final date for demands for distribution and its changes) need not be given to persons who have already filed such particulars under Article 423 (Duty to give notice of claim).(b) in the case of enforcement of a general lien. in the case of land that is not registered. If the motion for compulsory sale in the earlier case is withdrawn. Execution of attachment or provisional attachment on the immovable and execution of provisional relief that cannot be held up against the execution creditor or a creditor of a provisional attachment shall lose its effect upon the sale. 2. usufructuary real rights. 3. In such a case. a document proving the ownership of the debtor in execution. 3. the execution court shall give notice to this effect to the creditor in execution under the later ruling of commencement. In such a case. 511. and leasehold on the immovable that can be held up against security rights of the execution creditor shall remain in existence upon compulsory sale as enforcement of security interest. change of rights on the immovable property upon sale shall be in accordance with the agreement. compulsory sale as enforcement of security interest) Real security rights. 4. (Rights which remain in existence and rights which are extinguished upon 1. If the compulsory sale procedure based on the earlier ruling of commencement has been stayed. the execution court shall continue the proceedings on the basis of the later ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. immovables where ruling of commencement of execution has already been made) If a further motion for enforcement of a security interest is filed in respect of an immovable in respect of which a ruling of commencement of compulsory sale as compulsory execution has been issued in accordance with Article 419 (Ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. the court shall send a notice to this effect to the creditor in execution under the earlier ruling of commencement. or the earlier procedure is cancelled. if the immovable is registered. and such additional motion is accepted. etc. If in a case under paragraph 2 the later ruling of commencement of compulsory sale is based on a motion that was filed after the final date for demands for distribution. (Double ruling of commencement of enforcement of security against 1. and if a person other than the debtor in execution is recorded as the owner of the immovable.). 510. a copy of a document proving the ownership of the debtor in execution. When an interested person has reported that an agreement that is different from provisions of the paragraph 1 and 2 was made prior to the time when the minimum sales price was determined. the execution court shall issue a fresh ruling of commencement of compulsory sale.

If a ruling is made under Paragraph 4. 2. already been made) If a further motion for enforcement of a security interest is filed in respect of an immovable in respect of which a ruling of commencement of enforcement of a security interest has been issued. interest held by such creditor in execution can be set up against the attachment by the earlier creditor in execution.5. the execution court may. In such a case. upon motion. or the earlier procedure is cancelled. (Rights which are extinguished upon execution against immovable or compulsory sale as enforcement of security interest) 1. if the later motion for . 6. 512. the court shall send a notice to this effect to the creditor in execution under the earlier ruling of commencement. the execution court shall give notice to this effect to the debtor in execution. and such additional motion is accepted. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling dismissing a motion under Paragraph 4. the execution court shall issue a fresh ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. In such a case. the execution court shall give notice to this effect to the debtor in execution. 5. (Double ruling of commencement of enforcement of security against immovables where ruling of commencement of enforcement of security has 1. make a ruling that the procedure may continue on the basis of the later ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. In such a case. if the security interest held by later creditor in execution can be set up against the security interest of the earlier creditor in execution. the execution court shall continue the proceedings on the basis of the later ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. 6. the execution court may upon motion make a ruling that the procedure may continue on the basis of the later ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. If in a case under paragraph 2 the later ruling of commencement of compulsory sale is based on a motion that was filed after the final date for demands for distribution. If a ruling is made under Paragraph 4. If the motion for compulsory sale in the earlier case is withdrawn. 3. the execution court shall give notice to this effect to the creditor in execution under the later ruling of commencement. 4. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling dismissing a motion under Paragraph 4. 513. the execution court shall determine a new final date. If the compulsory sale procedure based on the earlier ruling of commencement has been stayed. In cases falling under Paragraph 1 of Article 511 (Double ruling of commencement of enforcement of security against immovables where ruling of commencement of execution has already been made). notice to file particulars of demand under Paragraph 2 of Article 422 (Final date for demands for distribution and its changes) need not be given to persons who have already filed such particulars under Article 423 (Duty to give notice of claim).

In cases falling under Paragraph 1 or 2 of Article 513 (Rights which are extinguished upon execution against immovable or compulsory sale as enforcement of security interest). said security interest together with any other security interests. in case of double ruling of commencement) 1. at the time of determination of the minimum sale price and of drawing up of specifications of the property. If in a case described in Paragraph 1 of Article 511 (Double ruling of commencement of enforcement of security against immovables where ruling of commencement of execution has already been made).2. (Treatment of case where motion for enforcement of security interest is filed after date of realization in execution procedure against immovables) 1. a motion for compulsory sale as enforcement of a security interest is filed after commencement . if the later motion for compulsory sale is based on a security interest that can be held up against a security interest of the earlier creditor(s) in execution. Provisions of Paragraph 1 and 2 shall not apply in case where the later motion is filed after commencement of the date of tender or auction of the procedure based on the earlier motion. a motion for compulsory sale as enforcement of a security interest is filed after commencement of the date of tender or auction of the earlier procedure of compulsory sale. In case of Paragraph 1 and if necessary. usufructuary real rights or leasehold that cannot be help up against it shall be extinguished following the compulsory sale. the execution court shall stay the later procedure at the same time that it makes a ruling of commencement of the compulsory sale. provided that this shall not apply if the security interest cannot be held up against the attachment by the earlier creditor in execution. If in a case described in Paragraph 1 of Article 512 (Double ruling of commencement of enforcement of security against immovables where ruling of commencement of enforcement of security has already been made). usufructuary real rights or leasehold that cannot be help up against it shall be extinguished following the compulsory sale. the execution court must take into account that the security interest of the later creditor in execution together with any other security interests. 2. 515. (Drawing up of specifications of property etc. usufructuary real rights or leasehold that cannot be help up against it shall be extinguished following the compulsory sale. 2. 3. said security interest of the later creditor in execution together with any other security interests. the execution court must re-do determination of the minimum sale price or drawing up of specifications of the property. 514. compulsory sale as enforcement of security interest is based on a security interest that can be held up against attachment by the earlier creditor(s) in execution. In cases falling under Paragraph 1 of Article 512 (Double ruling of commencement of enforcement of security against immovables where ruling of commencement of enforcement of security has already been made).

the execution court shall forbid the debtor in execution from collecting or disposing of claims for the purpose of receiving rental. 517. 3. A ruling under Paragraph 1 must be served on the debtor in execution and on the person obliged to pay rental. Upon the coming into effect of attachment based on a ruling of commencement of compulsory sale. (The relationship between attachment of a claim for rental from immovable and the procedure for execution against claim) 1. except in cases where the security interest . In its ruling under Paragraph 1. If after the stay of the later procedure described in Paragraph 1 or 2 the price is paid in the earlier compulsory sale procedures. Attachment shall come into effect upon service of the ruling under Paragraph 1 on the person obliged to pay rental. 516. After the lapse of one week from the day on which the ruling described in Paragraph 1 of Article 516 (Attachment of claim for rental from immovable) is served on the debtor in execution. the creditor in execution who has attached such claim shall be entitled to demand that the person obliged to pay the rental pay the whole of the rental into court in cash. on motion by the creditor in execution. 3. The effect of attachment pursuant to Paragraph 1 of the said Article 516 (Attachment of claim for rental from immovable) shall extend to rental that the debtor in execution is entitled to receive following the attachment until the purchaser makes payment of the price of the immovable. the execution court may issue a ruling of attachment of a claim for rental from the property of which sale has commenced. (Attachment of claim for rental from immovable) 1. provided that this shall not apply if the security interest can not be held up against the security interest of the earlier creditor in execution. Such ruling shall be issued without examining the debtor in execution or the person obliged to pay the rental. forbid the person obliged to pay the rental from paying it to the debtor in execution and order the last-mentioned person to pay the whole of the amount of the rental into court in cash. 518. (Effect of attachment of right to receive rental) 1. Any payment of rental into court by the person obliged to pay the rental shall be deemed to be part of the sale price. of the date of tender or auction of the earlier procedure of compulsory sale. the execution court shall cancel the ruling of commencement of the later compulsory sale procedure. 2. In the event that a ruling of attachment under Article 403 (The attachment ruling) is served on the lessee of the immovable prior to a ruling of attachment under Paragraph 1 of Article 516 (Attachment of claim for rental from immovable). the ruling of attachment under said Article 516 (Attachment of claim for rental from immovable) shall not come into effect.3. the execution court shall stay the later procedure at the same time that it makes a ruling of commencement of the compulsory sale. 4. 2.

(b) a description of the security interest and the secured claim.2. 520. attachment of said claim cannot be carried out pursuant to 403 (The attachment ruling) Article 516 (Attachment of claim for rental from immovable). and (e) if the security interest is being enforced against only a portion of the secured claim. creditors who are entitled to participate in the distribution of the proceeds of a compulsory sale as enforcement of a security interest shall include creditors holding security interests that will be extinguished following the sale. Enforcement of Security Interests against Vessels 521. (d) the location of the vessel and the name and location of the master of the vessel. (Exclusion of application of provisions relating to execution against immovables) Paragraphs 2 and 3 of Article 349 (Form of motions for execution). the debtor of the secured claim and the representatives of the aforementioned persons. Section V. together with: (a) a certified copy of the register. in the case of enforcement of a security . Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 2 of Article 455 (Motion and method of execution against vessels). 2. Once a ruling of attachment under Paragraph 1 of Article 516 (Attachment of claim for rental from immovable) of a claim for payment of rental comes into effect. (c) a description of the vessel that is the subject-matter of the security interest. the owner of the vessel who is the debtor in execution. 519. Paragraph 3 of Article 417 (Scope and method of execution against immovables). Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 2 of Article 455 (Motion and method of execution against vessels) the creditor in execution shall include the following particulars in the motion for enforcement of a security interest against a vessel: (a) a description of the creditor in execution. of the creditor in execution who obtained the ruling under Article 516 was registered prior to said service. a motion under Paragraph 1 shall be accompanied by an exemplification of a title of execution listed in Article 496 (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests). Paragraph 1 of Article 431 (Rights which remain in existence after sale and rights which are extinguished) and Article 453 (The scope of creditors entitled to distribution) shall not apply to the enforcement of security interests in immovables. provided that it shall not apply creditors holding security interests that have been registered after the attachment came into effect. (Particulars to be noted and form of motion for enforcement of security interests against vessel) 1. (Scope of creditors entitled to participate in distribution) In addition to the persons prescribed in Article 453 (The scope of creditors entitled to distribution). a statement to this effect and a statement of the scope thereof.

(Modification of provision applied mutatis mutandis) The words “an enforceable exemplification of the title of execution” in Paragraph 2 of Article 459 (Ruling ordering delivery of certificate of registry. (Execution of delivery of immovables. etc. etc. if the vessel is registered. to the bailiff. Execution of delivery of an immovable or a ship.interest other than a general lien. Execution described in Paragraph 1 may only be effected if the creditor in execution or his/her representative appears at the place of execution. the provisions of Book VI Chapter Three Section IV (Enforcement of security interests against immovables) shall apply mutatis mutandis to compulsory sale as execution of a security interest of which the subject matter is a vessel. 3. prior to motion) shall be amended to read “document prescribed in Article 496 (Title of execution for enforcement of security interests). 5. the debtor’s representative or the debtor’s cohabiting relative. When effecting execution under Paragraph 1. servant or other employee . Chapter Four EXECUTION OF CLAIM RIGHTS OF WHICH THE SUBJECT MATTER IS NOT MONEY 524. 522. by ruling. 4. in which a person dwells shall be effected by the bailiff’s dispossessing the debtor in execution of the subject matter. (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions governing enforcement of security interest in immovables) In addition to cases where there are specific provisions. etc. the bailiff may remove movables that are not the subject matter of the execution and deliver the same to the debtor. A ruling under Paragraph 3 may be enforced even before it is served on the other party. etc. and if a person other than the debtor in execution is recorded as the owner of the vessel. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a ruling on a motion under Paragraph 3. in the case of a vessel that is not registered. provided that this shall not apply to a person found to be occupying the vessel with title than can be held up against the creditor in execution. a copy of a document proving the ownership of the debtor in execution. 523. a certified copy of the register. in the possession of the debtor and may. and/or in the case of enforcement of a general lien. 2.) 1. etc. a document proving the ownership of the debtor in execution. if necessary. and having the creditor in execution take possession thereof. (b) 3. In performing execution under Paragraph 1. Upon motion by the creditor in execution. the bailiff may enter the immovable or ship. order any occupant of the vessel to deliver up the certificate of registry of the vessel. take such action as is necessary to open locked doors. the execution court may. 4.

2. If the bailiff cannot deliver the movables to a person prescribed in Paragraph 4. Article 406 (Delivery of claim certificate) and Article 410 (Collection of claims having the objective of payment of money). (Compulsory execution of delivery in cases where a third party is in possession of the subject matter) 1. with the court of first instance to which the bailiff belongs. Article 403 (The attachment ruling). 2. 7. Article 405 (Notice to third party debtor to give statement). execution of the delivery of the subject matter shall be effected by the execution court’s rendering a ruling for attachment of the right to demand delivery held by the debtor in execution vis-à-vis the third party and permitting the creditor in execution to exercise said right to demand delivery. etc. the bailiff may defer the implementation of execution if this is deemed unavoidable taking into account the type. (Execution of delivery of movables) 1. 4. Paragraphs 1.) shall be effected by the bailiff’s taking such movables from the debtor in execution and delivering the same to the creditor in execution. 2 and 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis to execution under Paragraph 1 of this Article. Paragraph 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis to execution under Paragraph 1 of this Article. Paragraphs 3 and 4. The bailiff shall give notice to the debtor in execution of the conclusion of execution under Paragraph 1 and Paragraph 4. 3. .). 525. who has fair capability of understanding. If a third party is in possession of the subject matter of the execution and bears a duty to deliver same to the debtor in execution. Article 385 (Attachment of movables in the possession of the debtor) Paragraph 2 and Article 524 (Execution of delivery of immovables. 526. If in a case where neither the creditor in execution nor a representative of said creditor has appeared at the place of execution by delivery of movables. if the bailiff is unable to deliver the movables to such a person. etc. The costs of custody described in Paragraph 4 shall be included in the costs of execution. the bailiff shall keep the movables in custody.5. etc. 8. In such cases. the bailiff shall deposit the surplus. of such movables. the bailiff may sell the movables in accordance with the procedures for sale of movables. The terms of Article 402 (Meaning of execution against claims and execution court). 6. If neither the creditor in execution nor his/her representative appears at the place of execution under Paragraph 1. After selling movables in accordance with Paragraph 6. Execution of delivery of movables other than movables prescribed in Article 524 (Execution of delivery of immovables. after deduction from the proceeds of sale of the expenses incurred for sale and custody. the bailiff shall retain custody thereof. volume. Article 384 (Commencement of execution against movables) Paragraph 6. the bailiff takes the movables from the debtor in execution.

etc. Paragraph 2 of Article 338 (Ensuring performance of duties by bailiffs. the execution court shall examine the other party to the motion. 5. alter a ruling made under Paragraph 1.) shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases of execution of rulings under Paragraph 1. . Paragraphs 1 through 6 of this Article shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases where the subject matter of the obligation is forbearance to act. at the expense of said debtor. 3. 2. 5. When making a ruling under Paragraph 1. The execution court for the purpose of Paragraph 1 shall be the court prescribed for the appropriate type of title of execution among those set forth in Article 363 (Suit objecting to claim). 3. (Substituted execution) 1. Where the subject matter of the obligation is an act. if the amount of loss arising from failure to perform the obligation exceeds the amount so paid. 6. either in compliance with a period of delinquency. 7. upon motion. or immediately if the obligation is not performed within a specified period that is deemed reasonable. upon motion. 4. Where payment is made of the money ordered to be paid under Paragraph 1. The execution court for the purpose of Paragraph 1 shall be the court prescribed for the appropriate type of title of execution among those set forth in Article 363 (Suit objecting to claim). the execution court may make an order to the debtor in execution to make payment in advance to the creditor in execution of the costs of performing the act prescribed in the ruling. If circumstances have changed. 2. 528. Items (a) or (c). and this can be caused to be done by a third party in lieu of the debtor. When making a ruling under Paragraph 1. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a decision concerning a motion for execution under Paragraph 1 or a motion under Paragraph 3. Execution of an obligation of which the subject matter is an act or forbearance to act can be effected by the method of the court’s issuing a ruling ordering the debtor in execution to pay to the creditor in execution a specified amount of money deemed reasonable to secure the performance of the obligation. A Chomtoah appeal may be made against a decision concerning a motion for execution under Paragraph 1 or a motion under Paragraph 4. execution of such obligation shall be effected by the execution court’s making a ruling permitting the said creditor to have the act performed by a third party in lieu of the debtor in execution. Paragraph 3. 6. When making a decision under Paragraph 1 or Paragraph 3. the execution court may. establishment of material facility for the purpose of preventing conduct in breach or other appropriate measures at the expense of debtor in execution. the execution court shall examine the debtor in execution. 4. (Indirect enforcement) 1. there shall be no bar to the creditor in execution demanding compensatory damages for the aforesaid amount of excess. and the creditor in execution requests removal of the fruits of conduct in breach. Paragraph 3. Items (a) or (c).527. upon motion by the creditor in execution.

the debtor in execution shall be deemed to have made such declaration of intention at the time that the said judgment or order becomes final and binding or the said title of execution is formed. 2. (The fiction of declaration of intention) 1. the declaration of intention shall be deemed to have been made at the time of grant of the execution clause pursuant to Article 356 (Special execution clause). or a title of execution based on a compromise or acknowledgment is formed. the execution clause can only be granted at such time as the creditor in execution has submitted documentary proof that the creditor in execution has effected the counter-performance or tendered same. . Paragraph 1. as the case may be. the declaration of intention shall be deemed to have been made at the time of grant of the execution clause under Paragraph 2 or Paragraph 3. If the declaration of intention by the debtor in execution is to be effected in exchange for counter-performance by the creditor in execution. provided that if the right to demand the declaration of intention is subject to a condition precedent or uncertain time stipulation.529. If the declaration of intention by the debtor in execution is to be effected in exchange for counter-performance by the creditor in execution. If a judgment or ruling ordering a debtor in execution to make a declaration of intention becomes final and binding.

may. 2. Execution of preservative relief shall be effected by the court or the bailiff. of the vessel. (Types of preservative relief) Preservative relief may be of the three types detailed below: (i) Provisional attachment (ii) Provisional disposition subject matter of dispute (iii) Provisional establishing status a Disposition restricting the disposition of property of the debtor in order to safeguard [future] execution of a claim having as its subject matter the payment of money of Disposition for the maintenance of the status quo of the subject matter of the dispute. a person wishing to preserve his/her rights may apply for preservative relief pursuant to the provisions of this Book. In cases where the vessel has no home port and in cases of emergency. the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the home port of the vessel. . by ruling. If it is likely that it would be extremely difficult to execute against a vessel unless the certificate of registry. in cases where there is an apprehension that alteration of the status thereof would render it impossible. (The organs that grant preservative relief) 1. where this is necessary in order to avoid significant damage or imminent risk [to the creditor] in relation to the right in dispute 1. Article 336 (Execution organs). etc. (Tenor) If there is an apprehension that execution will become impossible or extremely difficult by reason of alteration of the state of the property of the debtor in execution. or that significant damage or imminent risk will arise affecting the status of one of the parties in respect of the right in issue. 532. for the creditor to enforce his/her rights disposition Disposition establishing a provisional condition until provisional a judgment becomes final and binding. order the debtor in execution to deliver up to the bailiff the certificate of registry. 4. upon motion. Paragraph 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis to execution of preservative relief by a bailiff. or extremely difficult. upon motion. A ruling of preservative relief shall be made by the court upon motion. etc. the court having jurisdiction over the location of the vessel may issue such a ruling. 531. The court that is to effect execution of preservative relief pursuant to the provisions of this Book shall be the court of execution of preservative relief.BOOK SEVEN PRESERVATIVE RELIEF Chapter One GENERAL PROVISIONS 530. is confiscated prior to the motion for execution against such vessel. 3.

If the applicant does not pay such costs in advance. (Exclusive jurisdiction) The jurisdiction of the court prescribed in this Book shall be exclusive. . The applicant shall pay in advance the amount set by the preservative relief execution court upon filing of a motion for execution as the costs required for execution of preservative relief. (Perusal of the record in preservative relief cases. (d) motion for cancellation of ruling of preservative relief.000 riels to the court. 538. (e) Chomtoah appeal stipulated in Article 561 (Chomtoah appeals). in respect of procedures relating to preservative relief or execution thereof by a court. 537. Where a motion is filed for a ruling of preservative relief. (Provision of security) Security under the provisions of this Book shall be effected by deposit of money or valuable securities deemed reasonable by the court or preservative relief execution court with such court. 536. 2. 5. or a certificate verifying any matter relating to the case. (c) motion of objection to preservative relief. etc.) 1. if it deems necessary the preservative relief execution court may examine any interested person or other witness.) 1. (Costs of preservative relief.) 1. 4. 3. (Discretionary oral argument. (Formalities for motion) The motions listed below must be in writing: (a) motion for ruling of preservative relief. certified copy or extract thereof. 2. (b) Chomtoah appeal against ruling dismissing a motion for preservative relief. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against a ruling to dismiss a motion under Paragraph 3. certified copy or extract thereof. etc. etc. 535.533. and/or (f) motion for execution of preservative relief. Any interested person may demand that the court permit such person to peruse or copy the case record or issue an authenticated copy. When effecting execution. When a motion seeking preservative relief is submitted to a bailiff. Any interested person may demand that the bailiff permit such person to peruse or copy the case record or issue an authenticated copy. Decision in preservative relief proceedings shall be by ruling. etc. the applicant shall pay a fee as provided separately. the preservative relief execution court can dismiss the motion for execution or cancel the execution procedures. 534. 2. 3. the applicant shall pay a fee in the amount of 5. Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases where a court of first instance carries out disposition such as a decision on a motion of appeal against disposition in execution by a bailiff.

(Security for ruling of preservative relief) A ruling of preservative relief may be made with or without requiring the provision of security." See Article 131. General Provisions 540. 3. 2. 13 somei . (Jurisdictional court) 1. (Motion and preliminary showing13) 1.The Doing Business in Japan (Matthew Bender) translation of the Japanese law provides it as "make a preliminary showing. (b) the details of the ruling for preservative relief that is sought.). in respect of execution of preservative relief being effected by a bailiff. the claim shall be deemed to be located in the locus of the third party debtor as prescribed by Article 8 (Jurisdiction conferred by address. etc. and (d) the necessity of the preservative relief. except where the principal suit is pending in an appellate court. The court having jurisdiction over the principal suit. . The motioner shall endeavor to include specific detail for Items (c) and (d) under Paragraph 1. the provisions of Book II through IV shall apply mutatis mutandis to proceedings of preservative relief. 3. shall have jurisdiction over the preservative relief case. The first clause of Paragraph 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases where the object to be provisionally attached or the subject matter of the dispute is property prescribed in Article 416 (Execution against other property) and there exists a third party debtor or analogous person. (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions of Book II through IV) Except where expressly provided in this Chapter. the claim shall be deemed to be located in the locus of such object. 539. provided that in the case of claims having as their subject matter the delivery of vessels or movables. 4. The court with jurisdiction over the principal suit shall be the court of first instance. A motion for a ruling of preservative relief shall include the following particulars: (a) the names or appellations and addresses of the parties together with the names and addresses of their respective legal representatives. Where the object to be attached or the subject matter of the dispute is a claim. in which case it shall be the appellate court." Another possible translation may be "giving prima facie evidence. 542. 2.or a certificate verifying any matter relating to the case. (c) the rights or legal relationship that are to be preserved. together with evidence for each ground requiring to be proved. Preliminary showing must be made of items (c) and (d) of paragraph 1. or the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the objects to be attached or the subject matter of the dispute. 541. Chapter Two RULING OF PRESERVATIVE RELIEF Section I.

The period prescribed in Paragraph 1 cannot be extended. A ruling of provisional attachment may be attached even in cases where the claim described in Paragraph 1 is subject to a condition or time stipulation. The court shall stipulate in the ruling of provisional attachment the monetary amount required to be deposited by the debtor in order to have provisional attachment already executed set aside.543. 3. provided that a ruling of provisional attachment may be issued that does not specify the subject matter in the case of movables. etc. (Necessity of ruling of provisional disposition. Paragraph 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis to rulings of provisional disposition. Ruling of Provisional Disposition 548. the court may issue a ruling of provisional disposition establishing a provisional status. The court may issue a ruling of provisional disposition of the subject matter in dispute if there is an apprehension that execution will become impossible or extremely difficult by reason of alteration of said subject matter. 547. Section III. (Chomtoah appeal against decision to dismiss) 1. 2. (Scope of ruling of provisional attachment) The court shall order a ruling of provisional attachment that specifies the subject matter thereof. Ruling of Provisional Attachment 545. Article 545 (Necessity of ruling of provisional attachment). A creditor may make a Chomtoah appeal against a decision to dismiss a motion for preservative relief within two weeks of receiving notice thereof. (Necessity of ruling of provisional attachment) 1. Section II. A ruling of provisional attachment may be issued in respect of a claim having money as its subject matter if there is an apprehension that execution will become impossible or extremely difficult. 544. 2. (Amount for release of provisional attachment) 1. 2. (Service) The court shall serve a ruling of preservative relief on the parties. 546. provided that this shall not apply if there are extraordinary circumstances such as would prevent the .) 1. 2. A motion of provisional disposition may not be issued without holding either oral arguments or examination which the debtor is able to attend. 4. The monetary amount prescribed under Paragraph 1 shall be deposited with the court that issued the ruling of provisional attachment or the court of execution of preservative relief. Where deemed necessary in order to avoid significant damage or imminent risk to the creditor in relation to the right in dispute.

that court may render a decision under Paragraph 1. etc. modify or cancel the ruling of preservative relief. ordering a debtor to effect performance. enjoining a debtor from performing a specified act. ordering a custodian to take custody of the subject matter or other disposition. (Ruling on motion of objection to preservative relief) 1. Section IV. 554. the court may. (Decision to stay execution of preservative relief. subject to the provision of security. provided that it may conclude the case immediately on the date set for holding oral arguments or examination at which both parties are entitled to be present. In cases where a Chomtoah appeal court issued the ruling of preservative relief and the record of the case is still with the original court. In its ruling on a motion of objection to preservative relief. order a stay of execution of preservative relief or reversal of disposition already executed until the court renders a decision under Paragraph 3 concerning the ruling on the motion of objection. 549. . modify or affirm the ruling already made in accordance with Paragraph 1. and that there is an apprehension that execution of the ruling of preservative relief would cause irreparable damage [to the debtor]. In its ruling on a motion of objection to preservative relief. (Trial of objection to preservative relief) A court may only make a ruling on motion of objection to preservative relief after holding oral arguments or an examination at which both parties are entitled to be present. upon motion.attainment of the objective of the motion for ruling of provisional disposition if such arguments or examination were held. 553. Objection to Preservative Relief 550. 551. Where a motion of objection to preservative relief has been filed. 3. (Method of provisional disposition) The court may order any disposition that it deems necessary to attain the purpose of a motion of provisional disposition.) 1. the court shall affirm. 2. such as requiring a debtor to perform a specified act. but only in a case where preliminary showing has been given that clear circumstances constituting grounds for canceling the ruling of preliminary relief exist. (Motion of objection to preservative relief) A debtor may file a motion of objection to a ruling of preservative relief at the court which issued such ruling. the court shall cancel. (Conclusion of trial) The court shall determine the date on which to conclude a case with a grace period as it deems appropriate. 552.

Paragraph 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases where a creditor fails to file suit in the principal case under Paragraph 6. if there is an arbitration agreement relating to the principal case. If the arbitration proceedings described in Paragraph 5 conclude without an arbitration decision. the creditor shall file suit in the principal suit within the same period as that stipulated under Paragraph 1 but counting from the date of conclusion of the arbitration proceedings. In a ruling canceling a ruling of preservative relief under Paragraph 1. then upon motion of the debtor the court shall cancel the ruling of preservative relief. the procedure of commencement of arbitration proceedings shall be deemed to be filing of suit in the principal case. 6. 8. the document shall be deemed not to have been submitted. (Effect of ruling of cancellation of ruling of preservative relief) A ruling of cancellation of a ruling of preservative relief under Paragraph 1 of Article 554 (Ruling on motion of objection to preservative relief) shall only come into effect upon becoming final and binding.) Upon motion of the debtor. principal case. or any object used or held in custody by the creditor. the court that issued a ruling of preservative relief shall order the creditor to file suit in the principal case and submit documentary proof of such filing within the period deemed reasonable by the court. The period prescribed in Paragraph 1 shall be not less than two weeks. Section V. 3. 556. Article 543 (Service) shall apply mutatis mutandis to rulings under Paragraph 1. 2. in a ruling of cancellation of a ruling of preservative relief under Paragraph 1 of Article 554 (Ruling on motion of objection to preservative relief) the court may order the creditor to return any object delivered or money paid by the debtor. (Cancellation of ruling of preservative relief due to failure to file suit in the 1. Article 543 (Service) shall apply mutatis mutandis to rulings under Paragraph 3 and Paragraph 7. 5. as the case may be. . 3. If after the submission of the document prescribed in Paragraph 1 the principal suit is withdrawn or dismissed.2. 7. and 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases where the suit in the principal case described in Paragraph 6 is withdrawn or dismissed after filing. In the application of Paragraphs 1 and 3. (Order to restore status quo) Upon motion of the debtor. pursuant to the canceled ruling. the court may impose the condition that the debtor provide security. 555. If the creditor fails to submit the document prescribed in Paragraph 1 within the period prescribed thereunder. provided that the court may declare that a ruling shall come into effect immediately if the court deems this particularly necessary. 4. Cancellation of Ruling of Preservative Relief 557. etc.

the court that issued the ruling of provisional disposition or the court hearing the principal case may cancel such provisional disposition. if there exist special circumstances such as the apprehension that the order of provisional disposition would cause irreparable damage. provided that this shall not apply to decisions under Paragraph 1 of Article 557 (Cancellation of ruling of preservative relief due to failure to file suit in the principal case. or the necessity of preservation. (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions concerning objection to preservative relief. within two weeks from the date of service thereof. The debtor must provide preliminary showing of the special circumstances described in Paragraph 1. 2. or the court hearing the principle case. 3.) through 553 (Conclusion of trial). which is not the court that issued the ruling of preservative relief. may cancel such ruling where the rights or legal relationship to be preserved. (Cancellation of ruling of provisional disposition due to special circumstances) 1. etc. the court that issued a ruling of preservative relief. subject to the posting of security.) applied mutatis mutandis by Paragraph 1 of this Article. that court may also render a decision under Paragraph 1 of Article 551 (Decision to stay execution of preservative relief. Articles 551 (Decision to stay execution of preservative relief. or where the circumstances have otherwise changed. have been extinguished. A Chomtoah appeal may be filed against any of the following rulings. 2. Paragraph 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis to rulings on motions under Paragraph 1. Upon motion of the debtor. provided that this shall not apply to a decision on a motion of objection to preservative relief granted by a Chomtoah appeal court: .) 1. etc.). (Cancellation of preservative relief due to change of circumstances) 1. Article 543 (Service) and Article 554 (Ruling on motion of objection to preservative relief). The debtor must prove prima facie the change of circumstances described in Paragraph 1. Chomtoah Appeals 561. 3. Upon motion by the debtor. 560. etc. etc. and the case record is still held by the court that issued the ruling of preservative relief. 2. Article 543 (Service) shall apply mutatis mutandis to rulings on motions under Paragraph 1. Section VI. (Chomtoah appeals) 1. Articles 555 (Order to restore status quo) and 556 (Effect of ruling of cancellation of ruling of preservative relief) shall apply mutatis mutandis to decisions of cancellation of rulings of preservative relief. In cases where a motion for cancellation of preservative relief has been filed with the court of the principal action.558. 559.

if it holds the case record. (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions of Book VI) Except where expressly provided in this Chapter. Decisions under Paragraph 1 of Article 551 (Decision to stay execution of preservative relief. etc. etc. 4. 2. (Necessary Conditions to Execution of Preservative Relief) 1. Paragraph 1 Article 551 (Decision to stay execution of preservative relief. notwithstanding Paragraph 2 of Article 365 (Suit of objection by third party). Paragraphs 2 and 3. Article 543 (Service) and Paragraph 2 of Article 554 (Ruling on motion of objection to preservative relief) shall apply mutatis mutandis to a ruling on a Chomtoah appeal. Preservative execution may be carried out before the preservation ruling is served on the debtor.) applied mutatis mutandis by Paragraph 3 of this Article may also be made by the original court. (b) a ruling pursuant to Article 555 (Order to restore status quo). Article 349 (Form of . The period prescribed in Paragraph 1 may not be extended. Article 552 (Trial of objection to preservative relief). the following provisions shall apply mutatis mutandis to execution of preservative relief: Article 338 (Ensuring performance of duties by bailiffs. and Article 317 (Retrial regarding ruling) shall apply mutatis mutandis to cases where a decision against which a Chomtoah appeal could have been filed has become final and binding. etc.) through Article 345 (Chomtoah appeal against cancellation ruling. Preservative execution shall not be carried our after 2 weeks have passed since the day the preservative ruling has been served on the creditor. is located.). Article 553 (Conclusion of trial) and Article 555 (Order to restore status quo) shall apply mutatis mutandis to decisions (saiban) in Chomtoah appeals.). Preservative execution is implemented on the basis of an authenticated copy of a preservative ruling. 563. 3. provided that preservative execution against or for persons other than the party indicated in the ruling of preservative execution shall be implemented on the basis of an authenticated copy of the ruling bearing an execution clause. etc. 3. Chapter Three EXECUTION OF PRESERVATIVE RELIEF 562. (Exceptions for Courts with jurisdiction over third party objections) A third party objection suit against preservative execution effected by an appellate court as court of execution of preservative relief shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the territory in which the property in dispute. or the object to be provisionally attached.). 2. etc. 564.(a) a ruling concerning a motion of objection to a ruling for preservative relief. or a motion to cancel a ruling of preservative relief. Article 348 (Appointed representative for execution procedures). or (c) a ruling pursuant to Article 555 (Order to restore status quo) applied mutatis mutandis through Article 560 (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions concerning objection to preservative relief.

3. Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis to execution of provisional attachment against other property rights. the bailiff shall sell them in accordance with the procedures for sale of movables as stipulated in the provisions of BOOK Ⅵ.) through Article 370 (Stay and cancellation of execution). taking possession of the subject matter. 4. 2. if the third party debtor has deposited the amount of such claim with the court. and of Article 385 (Attachment of movables in the possession of the debtor) through Article 392 (Prohibition of attachment with no prospect of producing a surplus) shall apply mutatis mutandis to provisional attachment of movables. Paragraph 2. (Execution of provisional attachment Against Claims and Other Property 1. 565. When there is an apprehension of severe reduction in price of the attached movables. Article 362 (Objection to grant of execution clause. Execution of provisional attachment against movables shall be carried out by means of the bailiff. In cases where provisional attachment has been executed against a claim having money as its subject matter. 3. the money shall be regarded as having been deposited by the debtor with the court. Article 364 (Suit objecting to grant of execution clause) and Article 365 (Suit of objection by third party) Article 367 (Adjudication of stay of execution upon suit of objection to claim. Paragraphs 1.). . 4. The court that issued the provisional attachment ruling shall have jurisdiction as the court of execution of preservative relief over the execution of provisional attachment described in Paragraph 1. 566. etc. in the amount of money prescribed in Article 547 (Amount for release of provisional attachment). Rights) Execution of provisional attachment against claims as stipulated in Article 402 (Meaning of execution against claims and execution court) shall be carried out by means of a ruling by the court of execution of preservative relief enjoining the third party debtor from paying the debtor. Paragraphs 2 through 4. Section Ⅱ of this Code. Article 354 (Requirement for execution clause and which organs grant such clause). Article 355 (Application for grant of execution clause). 2. or of incommensurate cost being required for storage of the movables. provided that this shall not apply to the portion of the money paid by the third party debtor that exceeds the amount [prescribed in Article 547]. etc. The bailiff shall deposit money provisionally attached with the court to which he belongs. Paragraph 1 and 3.motions for execution). Article 357 (Particulars to be stated in an execution clause) through Article 359 (Recording on original title of execution). Chapter Ⅲ. of the court of the first instance having jurisdiction over the location of the movables. and deposit the sales proceeds into the court to which he belongs. The provisions of Article 384 (Commencement of execution against movables) Paragraph 2. (Execution of provisional attachment against movables) 1. Article 356 (Special execution clause). upon motion of the provisional attachment creditor or the debtor. Article 351 (Scope of persons who can be parties to execution).

etc. The court that issued the provisional attachment ruling shall have jurisdiction as the court of execution of preservative relief over the execution of provisional attachment. the first sentence of Paragraphs 3 of Article 421 (Effect of attachment). Article 455 (Motion and method of execution against vessels).). Article 427 (Cancellation of compulsory sale proceedings by reason such as destruction or loss of the immovable) and Article 428 (Entrustment for striking out of registration of attachment) shall apply mutatis mutandis to execution of provisional attachment against immovables. 3. These two methods may be used at the same time. of the vessel and submit same to the court of execution of preservative relief. The court clerk shall be responsible for arranging the registration of attachment. etc. Paragraphs 2 and 3.5. etc. Paragraph 7. 4. Execution of provisional attachment against immovables as stipulated in Article 417 (Scope and method of execution against immovables) shall be carried out by means of registering the provisional attachment. (Execution of provisional attachment against vessels) 1. Article 460 (Appointment of custodian. 4. Article 411 (Deposit by third party debtor) and Article 416 (Execution against other property) shall apply mutatis mutandis to execution of provisional attachment against claims described in Paragraph 1 and other property rights. the court that issued the attachment ruling shall have jurisdiction as the court of execution of preservative relief. and Article 455 (Motion and method of execution against vessels). 2. Paragraphs 6 through 8. Execution of provisional attachment against vessels shall be carried out by means of registration of attachment or by the bailiff being ordered to confiscate the certificate of registry. 567. When provisional attachment is carried out by means of ordering confiscation of the vessel's certificate of registry. When provisional attachment is carried out by means of registration of attachment. Paragraph 3. etc. Article 457 (Ruling of commencement of auction. etc. 2. etc. etc. the court of first instance having jurisdiction over the territory where the vessel is located shall have jurisdiction as the court of execution of preservative relief. Paragraphs 2 and 3. Article 465 (Cancellation of auction procedures by reason of destruction or loss of vessel. and Paragraphs 10 and 11 of Article 403 (The attachment ruling).).) and Article 462 (Permission to sail) shall apply mutatis mutandis to execution of provisional attachment carried out by means of ordering confiscation of the vessel's certificate of registry. . The court clerk shall be responsible for arranging the registration of attachment.).) and Article 466 (Request for striking off of registration of attachment) shall apply mutatis mutandis to execution of provisional attachment carried out by means of registration of attachment. Paragraphs 1 of Articles 424 (Double ruling of commencement). (Execution of provisional attachment against immovables) 1. etc. 568. Paragraph 2 of Article 420 (Instruction for registration of attachment. 3. Article 425 (Double ruling of commencement concerning immovable where ruling of commencement has already been issued in enforcement of security). Articles 404 (The scope of attachment)through 408 (Notice of withdrawal of motion.

3. or by other appropriate means. (Cancellation of execution of provisional attachment by reason of deposit of provisional attachment release money) 1. Rulings made in accordance with the provisions under Paragraph 1 shall come into effect immediately. (Effect of provisional disposition prohibiting transfer of possession) 1. by posting said notice on a public notice board from which it cannot easily be removed. notwithstanding Paragraph 2 of Article 345 (Chomtoah appeal against cancellation ruling. but only against a person who took possession of the object with knowledge that the provisional disposition had been executed. Where in order to preserve a right to demand delivery of an object. procedures in connection with this complaint after the application of this Code shall apply pursuant to this Code. 2. Where execution of the provisional disposition described in Paragraph 1 has been effected. (Execution of provisional disposition) Execution of provisional disposition shall follow the model of provisional attachment or execution.569. the bailiff shall give public notice of the fact that the debtor is prohibited from transferring possession. When the debtor has deposited with the court the amount prescribed in Article 547 (Amount for release of provisional attachment). and that the bailiff has custody over the object. 2. the creditor can effect execution by delivery of the object based on the title of execution of the principal action. A person who takes possession of the object in question after the provisional disposition described in Paragraph 1 has been executed shall be presumed to have done so with knowledge of said execution. etc. the effect of the procedure applied before the application of this Code shall not be hindered by this provision. (Transitional measures with regard to jurisdiction) The jurisdiction and transfer of action pending actually at the time of application of this . 571. a ruling of provisional disposition has been issued to the effect that transfer of possession of the object is prohibited and said possession must be relinquished and the object delivered up into the custody of the bailiff. except where otherwise provided by this Book Ⅷ (Transitional provisions). (Principle of transitional measures) With regard to a complaint filed before the application of this Code.) as applied mutatis mutandis by Article 564 (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions of Book VI). 573. 570. In this case. BOOK EIGHT TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Chapter One TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS 572. the court of execution of preservative relief or the court of first instance to which the bailiff belongs shall cancel the execution of the provisional attachment.

4 After filing the case to Uttor appellate court. the provision of paragraph 1 of Article 30 (Ruling on exclusion or challenge) of this Code shall apply for a period by changing the phrase “a panel of judges of the court to which the judge belongs” to “other judge of the court to which the judge belongs”. the complaint shall be deemed to have been filed at the time of the application of this Code. if this Code applies prior to the appointment of the presiding judge or other judges of the panel. notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 2 of this Article. where this Code applies prior to the date of trial. the investigating judge shall be deemed to get the case assigned under the provision of Article 26 (Assignment of cases) of this Code. (Transitional measures with regard to assignment of cases) 1 After filing a complaint. 576. proceedings . 574. (Transitional measures with regard to ruling on exclusion or challenge) Where courts of first instance have not had enough judges to decide by a panel a motion for exclusion or challenge. (Transitional measures on investigating procedure or procedure after investigating procedure) 1 When this Code comes into effect during the investigation procedure. the case shall be deemed to be filed at the time of the application of this Code and the provisions of Article 26 (Assignment of cases) shall apply. he shall be deemed to get the case assigned according to the provision of Article 26 (Assignment of cases). However. and the provisions of Article 26 (Assignment of cases) shall apply. the court shall promptly set a date for preparatory proceedings for oral argument and summon the parties to appear.Code shall be determined as heretofore. the cases stated in paragraph 2 of Article 23 (Individual and panel systems for trials of first instance) of this Code. 2 After the conclusion of the investigating procedure. 5 The provisions of paragraph 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the assignment of cases in the Satuk appellate court. shall be deemed to be filed at the time when this Code comes into effect and Article 26 (Assignment of cases) shall apply. 3 With regard to cases under paragraph 2 above. Nevertheless. if the president of the court of first instance is in charge of the conciliation. 2 After the appointment of the investigating judge. this provision shall not apply where preparatory proceedings for oral argument shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2 of Article 578 (Transitional measures on the date of trial) of this Code. if this Law comes into effect prior to the appointment of the judge in charge of investigation or the conciliation procedure (hereinafter refer to “investigating judge”). 575. where this Code comes into effect prior to the appointment of the judges. 3 With regard to cases under paragraph 1 and paragraph 2 above. the court shall immediately terminate such proceedings and promptly set a date for preparatory proceedings for oral argument and summon the parties to appear.

etc. 580. 4 Where this Code comes into effect after the trial date was set. (Transitional measures with regard to legal sanctions in inspection of evidence) 1 The provisions regarding to a civil fine stated in chapter 3 (Evidence) Book II of this Code shall apply in case the order to examine the evidence is issued in accordance with the provisions of this Code or a party or the party’s representative denies the authenticity of execution of a document after this Code comes into effect. 2 The provisions of chapter 3 (Evidence) Book II. 3 In cases referred to in paragraph 2. 578. which shall apply mutatis mutandis to Article 273 (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions regarding proceedings at court of first instance) and Article 286 (Mutatis mutandis application of provisions regarding Uttor appeal) of this Code shall be applied pursuant to paragraph 1 above. 577. (Transitional measures with regard to the date of trial) 1 The date of trial which was already designated at the time when this Code comes into effect shall be deemed to have been designated as a date of oral argument according to the provisions of this Code. (Transitional measures with regard to litigation costs) 1 The litigation costs of civil action to be borne by the party or other related persons with regard to the case filed before this Code comes into effect shall be computed in accordance with the previous rules. and cancel or delay the date of oral argument. the court may conduct the preparatory proceedings for oral argument before commencing the proceedings for oral argument. 2 The provisions with regard to the Security for Litigation Costs shall not apply to the cases which were filed before the application of this Code. if the trial date is the first date after the conclusion of the investigating procedure.conducted during the investigating procedure shall be deemed to have been done in the preparatory proceedings for oral argument within the court’s authority under Article 106 (Acts of litigation. if a witness was already examined by a party during the investigating procedure or a party concerned was not examined by the trial and if the party demands that such witness or the party is examined during proceedings for oral argument. 579. . where the court fails to complete the preparatory proceedings for oral argument. 2 In cases referred to in paragraph 1. the court shall examine such witness or the party. court shall designate another date of preparatory proceedings for oral argument. (Transitional measures with regard to default judgment) The procedure where the plaintiff or the defendant fails to appear on the date summoned before the application of this Code shall be applied as heretofore. during preparatory proceedings for oral argument).

if the Supreme Court reverses the original judgment issued by the Uttor appellate court and remands the case to the Uttor appellate court or transfers the case to another court. (Transitional measures with regard to the binding effect of reverse judgment) Where the SATUK appeal and the procedure to judge the SATUK appeal shall apply in accordance with the previous rules pursuant to the provisions of Article 582 (transitional measures with regard to SATUK appeal and the procedure to judge the SATUK appeal) of this Code. 583. 582. (Transitional measures with regard to retrial) The provisions of Book Ⅳ (Retrial) shall apply only to the judgments that have become final and binding after the application of this Law. etc. (Transitional measures with regard to possibility of appeal and the period for 1 2 3 4 appeal) The possibility of the appeal and the period for the appeal against a judgment issued by a court of the first instance or Uttor appellate court based on the trial concluded before the application of this Code shall be treated as heretofore. With regard to the decisions other than judgment issued by a court of the first instance or Uttor appellate court notified before this Code comes into effect.581. 2 The SATUK appeal and the procedure to judge the SATUK appeal against the judgment reissued by the Uttor appellate court with regard to the case which was remanded by the Supreme Court before the application of this Code shall be applied as heretofore. the possibility of the SATUK appeal and the period of SATUK appeal against the judgment reissued by the Uttor appellate court shall be treated as heretofore. The possibility of the SATUK appeal and the period of SATUK appeal against the judgment reissued by the Uttor appellate court with regard to the case which the Supreme Court remanded before the application of this Code shall be treated as heretofore. the possibility of appeal and the period of appeal shall be treated as heretofore. the provisions of paragraph 2 of Article 299 (Reversal and remand. . (Transitional measures with regard to SATUK appeal and the procedure to judge the SATUK appeal) 1 The SATUK appeal and the procedure to judge the SATUK appeal against the judgment of appellate court based on the trial concluded before the application of this Code shall be applied as heretofore.) shall not apply to that judgment. 584. the SATUK appeal and the procedure to judge the SATUK appeal against the judgment reissued by the Uttor appellate court shall be applied as heretofore. 3 With regard to the case in which the Supreme Court reversed the judgment made by the Uttor appellate court based on the trial concluded before the application of this Code and remanded it to the Uttor appellate court. With regard to the case in which the Supreme Court reversed the judgment made by the Uttor appellate court and remanded to the Uttor appellate court based on the trial concluded before the application of this Code.

except for the provisions of Chapter 3 (Forced imprisonment) of the Law on Methods of Implementation of Civil Judgments. (Abrogation of some laws) 1 The Laws mentioned as follows shall be abolished from the day of application of this Code: a Law on Methods of Implementation of Civil Judgments promulgated by Decree No. and b Law on Court’s Fees promulgated by Decree No. if the debtor has been imprisoned under the provisions of Chapter 3 (Forced imprisonment) of the Law on Methods of Implementation of Civil Judgments. 2 Where this Code comes into effect after a case with regard to preservative relief was decided. 1993. BOOK NINE FINAL PROVISIONS Chapter One FINAL PROVISIONS 587. the remaining procedures shall be applied as heretofore. the remaining procedures shall apply pursuant to this Code. 07 KR dated February 8. 2 Provisions of other laws which are in effect at the time of application of this Code. 1992. 2 The decision to forcedly imprison issued pursuant to the provision of Chapter 3 of the Law on Methods of Implementation of Civil Judgments before this Code comes into effect shall become null and void at the date of application of this Code. (Transitional measures with regard to preservative relief) 1 Where this Code comes into effect before a case with regard to preservative relief. 3 When this Code comes into effect.585. 586. this Code shall be disseminated for one year before it comes into effect. the presiding judge of the panel who ordered imprisonment or the President of the court shall order to immediately release the debtor. but they are inconsistent with the provisions of this Code shall be invalid only to the inconsistent provisions from the date of the application of this Code. 51 KR dated May 2. (Transitional measures with regard to compulsory execution) 1 The case with regard to the compulsory execution filed before the application of this Code shall apply as heretofore. filed before the application of this Code will be decided. the effect of the procedure applied before the application of this Code shall not be hindered. (Application of this Code) After promulgation. 588. . In this case.