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審第XX号証

English translation: 審 exhibits are submitted by 被審人. 査 exhibits are produced by 審査官.

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13:06 Nov 28, 2008
Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Japanese term or phrase: 審第XX号証
This appears in a JFTC ruling, and is confusing because in the same document the term 査第XX号証 Also appears。I understand both of these to be Examination Exhibits, however is there a difference? Thanks in advance.
David Higbee
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Local time: 03:56
English translation:審 exhibits are submitted by 被審人. 査 exhibits are produced by 審査官.
Explanation:
I am not an expert in this, but I got interested and did some research.

http://www.pref.miyagi.jp/seibun/syohi/announce/ke 060517.pd...
http://www8.cao.go.jp/jyouhou/tousin/h16-04/178.pdf

I have studied documents such as these and found that 審 exhibits are usually used to support the case of 被審人 whereas 査 exhibits are used against them. The first document also shows that a 陳述書 of a 被審人 is coded 審第3号証 and that a 供述調書 in front of 審査官 is coded 査第9号証.

Combine this finding to the common knowledge that the first letter of Japanese document codes most commonly identifies the document issuer, then you reach a conclusion that 審 exhibits are submitted by 被審人 whereas 査 exhibits are produced by 審査官.

I hope I am not awfully mistaken :-).


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Note added at 9 hrs (2008-11-28 23:04:08 GMT)
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Oops! "a 供述調書 in front of 審査官" should read "a 供述調書 taken by a 審査官".
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審第XX号証 vs 査第XX号証bigcat

  

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審 exhibits are submitted by 被審人. 査 exhibits are produced by 審査官.


Explanation:
I am not an expert in this, but I got interested and did some research.

http://www.pref.miyagi.jp/seibun/syohi/announce/ke 060517.pd...
http://www8.cao.go.jp/jyouhou/tousin/h16-04/178.pdf

I have studied documents such as these and found that 審 exhibits are usually used to support the case of 被審人 whereas 査 exhibits are used against them. The first document also shows that a 陳述書 of a 被審人 is coded 審第3号証 and that a 供述調書 in front of 審査官 is coded 査第9号証.

Combine this finding to the common knowledge that the first letter of Japanese document codes most commonly identifies the document issuer, then you reach a conclusion that 審 exhibits are submitted by 被審人 whereas 査 exhibits are produced by 審査官.

I hope I am not awfully mistaken :-).


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Note added at 9 hrs (2008-11-28 23:04:08 GMT)
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Oops! "a 供述調書 in front of 審査官" should read "a 供述調書 taken by a 審査官".


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Reference: 審第XX号証 vs 査第XX号証

Reference information:
It seems 査第XX号証 are used in reference to the supporting documents for the text of the rulings whereas 審第XX号証 are for the
case numbers. Does 証 mean certified and winessed ?

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