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F.R. v. Switzerland

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The concept of fair trial implied in principle the right for the parties to a trial to have knowledge of and comment on all evidence adduced or observations filed. The parties to a dispute should, in cases when observations are submitted by the lower court, be given the possibility to state their views as to whether the observations contained any new factual or legal points and whether or not a document called for their comments.

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2001-08-01
2015-05-22

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