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Rule 201Experiments ordered by the Court

1. Without prejudice to the possibility for parties or parties’ experts to carry out experiments, the Court may, on a reasoned request by a party, order an experiment to prove a statement of fact for the purpose of proceedings before the Court.

2. A party requesting to be allowed to prove a statement of fact by means of experiments shall lodge a request as soon as practicable in the written procedure or the interim procedure to carry out experiments which shall:

(a) identify the facts intended to be established by the experiments, describe the proposed experiments in detail and the reasons for carrying out the proposed experiments;

(b) propose an expert to carry out such experiments; and

(c) disclose any previous attempts to carry out similar experiments.

3. Other parties
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