Retrial action

Retrial action – this legal term finds application in the Court Proceedings. There it usually refers to two alternative procedures:

1) The initial trial has ended with a court decision which entered in force, but due to new evidences the whole trial has to start again. The second start of the court procedure is called “retrial action”.

2) The trial has ended on the first instance with proclaimed decision, but then it has been appealed and the 2nd instance court has proclaimed this decision void and also orders to the lower court to perform the whole proceeding (and hearings) once again. Usually this happens due to defects in the court proceedings before the 1st instance court.

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