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الاثبات في المواد الجمركية وموقف القاضي الجزائري منها

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dc.contributor.author رحمة, بوهنة
dc.date.accessioned 2023-12-13T08:53:04Z
dc.date.available 2023-12-13T08:53:04Z
dc.date.issued 2023-06-25
dc.identifier.uri http://e-biblio.univ-mosta.dz/handle/123456789/25267
dc.description.abstract 1 of the Customs Code,which is not familiar in the means of establishing criminal law. Theserecords acquire two types of authenticity, absolute to the extent that theyare challenged by falsification and relative to the contrary. If it is not possible to prove by customs records, the Code of Criminal Procedure provides for other means of proof, It’s about direct evidence of confession, witness testimony, experience, In addition to indirect evidence, evidence, and the Customs Administration has another equally important opportunity to cooperate with foreign countries in all documents, reports and information it develops and receives. Law where Algerian legislators have authorized recourse under agreements between themselves. After we have completed the enumeration of the means of proof, we come to appreciate this evidence by demonstrating the authenticity given to it by the legislator, as well as the extent of the judges' power to assess it between nowhere and launch, depending on the nature of the means of proof. Law “, so that the means contained in the Customs Code have evidentiary force where they are almost non-existent, but the judge can retrieve his authority to prove in all general legal methods provided for in article 212 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. en_US
dc.subject . Proof of customs offenses2.Customs records3.Reservation record 4.Inspection minutes5.Customs agents6.Customs law 7. Evidence. 8. Authenticity of the records.9. Appeal for forgery. 10. Appeal for invalidity 11. The judge's discretion en_US
dc.title الاثبات في المواد الجمركية وموقف القاضي الجزائري منها en_US
dc.type Other en_US

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