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Rule 170Means of evidence and means of obtaining evidence

1. In proceedings before the Court, the means of evidence shall include in particular the following:

(a) written evidence, whether printed, hand-written or drawn, in particular documents, written witness statements, plans, drawings, photographs;

(b) expert reports and reports on experiments carried out for the purpose of the proceedings;

(c) physical objects, in particular devices, products, embodiments, exhibits, models;

(d) electronic files and audio/video recordings.

2. Means of obtaining evidence shall include in particular the following:

(a) hearing of the parties;

(b) requests for information;

(c) production of documents;

(d) summoning, hearing and questioning of witnesses;

(e) appointing, receiving opinions from, summoning and hearing and questioning
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