Inquisitorial system

Inquisitorial system,

Definition of Inquisitorial system:

  1. Civil litigation in civil law countries (mostly Europe, except the United Kingdom, Latin America, Louisiana, the United States and the Canadian province of Quebec). In this system, the judge who directs the process determines the questions to be asked and determines the scope of the case in accordance with the most systematic and strict rules. See also opposing system.

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