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SECTION I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

Chapter 1. Basic Provisions

Article 1. Legislation on Administrative Proceedings

Article 2. Tasks of Administrative Proceedings

Article 3. Scope of this Code

Article 4. Access to Court

Article 5. Form of Application to the Court

Article 6. Administrative Case

Article 7. Judicial Acts

Chapter 2. Principles of Administrative Judicial Proceedings

Article 8. Administration of Justice by Court Only

Article 9. Equality before the Law and the Court

Article 10. Independence of Judges and their Subordination only to the Law

Article 11. Active role of the court

Article 12. Language of Administrative Proceedings

Article 13. Publicity of Court Proceedings

Article 14. Immediacy of the Court Proceedings

Article 15. Resolution of Administrative Cases on the basis of Legislation

Article 16. Binding Nature of Judicial Acts

Chapter 3. Composition of the Court

Article 17. Single and Collegial Consideration of Cases

Article 18. Formation of the Composition of the Court

Article 19. Procedure for Resolving Issues by a Collegial Court Composition

Article 20. Inadmissibility of Repeated Participation of a Judge in the Consideration of the Case

Chapter 4. Recusal of a Judge and other Participants in Administrative Proceedings

Article 21 Recusal of a Judge

Article 22. Recusal of a Prosecutor, Expert, Specialist, Translator and Secretary of the Court Session

Article 23. Applications for Recusal

Article 24. Procedure for Resolving a Declared Recusal

Article 25. Consequences of Satisfying the Application for Recusal

Chapter 5. Responsibility and Jurisdiction for Administrative Cases

§ 1. Responsibility

Article 26. Responsibility for Cases

Article 27. Cases Adjudicated by the Court

Article 27 1 . Cases on Investment Disputes

Article 27 2 . Cases on Competition

Article 27 3 . Transfer of case materials from the administrative court to another court under jurisdiction

§ 2. Jurisdiction

Article 28. Jurisdiction of Cases

Article 29. Cases within the Jurisdiction of the Administrative Court of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, administrative courts of regions and the city of Tashkent

Article 30. Cases within Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Article 31. Cases within Jurisdiction of Military Courts

Article 32. General Rules of Jurisdiction

Article 33. Jurisdiction at the Choice of the Applicant

Article 34. Transfer of a Case from one Administrative Court to another

Chapter 6. Participants in Administrative Proceedings

§ 1. Administrative Procedural Legal Capacity and Dispositive Capacity

Article 35. Administrative Procedural Legal Capacity

Article 36. Administrative Procedural Dispositive Capacity

§ 2. Composition, Rights and Obligations of Participants in Administrative Proceedings

Article 37. Composition of Participants in Administrative Proceedings

Article 38. Persons Participating in the Case

Article 39. Rights and Obligations of Persons Participating in the Case

Article 40. Parties

Article 41. Participation in the Case of Several Applicants and Defendants

Article 42. Replacement of the Inappropriate Defendant

Article 43. Procedural Succession

Article 44. Third Parties Making Independent Claims regarding the Subject of the Dispute

Article 45. Third Parties who do not Make Independent Claims regarding the Subject of the Dispute

Article 46. Participation of the Prosecutor in the Case

Article 47. Participation in the Case of State Bodies and other Persons

Article 48. Persons Facilitating the Administration of Justice

Article 49. Secretary of the Court Session

Article 50. Witness

Article 51. Rights and Obligations of a Witness

Article 52. Expert

Article 53. Rights and Obligations of an Expert

Article 54. Specialist

Article 55. Rights and Obligations of a Specialist

Article 56. Interpreter

Article 57. Rights and Obligations of an Interpreter

§ 3. Representation in Court

Article 58. Conducting Cases through Representatives

Article 59. Legal Representation

Article 60. Contractual (Voluntary) Representation

Article 61. Formalization of the Powers of the Representative

Article 62. Powers of a Representative

Article 63. Verification of the Powers of the Persons Participating in the Case and their Representatives

Article 64. Persons Who Cannot Be Representatives in Court

Chapter 7. Evidence and Proof

Article 65. Concept and Types of Evidence

Article 66. Proof

Article 67. Obligation to Prove

Article 68. Presentation and Request of Evidence

Article 69. Inspection and Examination of Evidence at the Place of its Location

Article 70. Relevance of Evidence

Article 71. Admissibility of Evidence

Article 72. Grounds for Exemption from Proof

Article 73. Assessment of Evidence

Article 74. Written Evidence

Article 75. Return of Original Documents

Article 76. Material Evidence

Article 77. Storage of Material Evidence

Article 78. Return of Material Evidence

Article 79. Expertise

Article 80. Procedure for Conducting Examination

Article 81. Additional and Repeated Expert Examinations

Article 82. Conduct of Expert Examination by Commission of Experts

Article 83. Commission Expert Examination

Article 84. Comprehensive Expert Examination

Article 85. Conclusion of Expert or Commission of Experts

Article 86. Consultation (Explanation) of Specialist

Article 87. Testimony of Witness

Article 88. Explanations of Persons Participating in the Case

Article 89. Securing Evidence

Article 90. Court Orders

Article 91. Procedure of Execution of the Letter of Order

Chapter 8. Measures of Preliminary Protection in Administrative Proceedings

Article 92. Grounds for Adoption of Measures of Preliminary Protection

Article 93. Measures of Preliminary Protection

Article 94. Application for the Adoption of Measures of Preliminary Protection

Article 95. Consideration of an Application for Adoption of Measures of Preliminary Protection

Article 96. Replacement of one Type of Preliminary Protection with Another

Article 97. Execution of the Determination on the Adoption of Measures of Preliminary Protection

Article 98. Cancellation of Measures of Preliminary Protection

Chapter 9. Suspension of Proceedings on a Case

Article 99. Obligation of the Court to Suspend Proceedings on a Case

Article 100. Right of the Court to Suspend the Proceedings on the Case

Article 101. Time Limits for Suspension of Proceedings on a Case

Article 102. Legal Consequences of Suspension of Proceedings on a Case

Article 103. Resumption of Proceedings on a Case

Article 104. Procedure for Suspension and Resumption of Proceedings on a Case

Chapter 10. Dismissing an Application (Complaint)

Article 105. Grounds for Dismissing an Application (Complaint)

Article 106. Procedure for Dismissing an Application (Complaint)

Article 107. Consequences of Dismissing an Application (Complaint)

Chapter 11. Termination of Proceedings in a Case

Article 108. Grounds for Termination of Proceedings in a Case

Article 109. Procedure and Consequences of Termination of Proceedings

Chapter 12. Court Expenses

Article 110. Types of Court Expenses

Article 111. State Fee

Article 112. Return of the State Fee

Article 113. Court Costs

Article 114. Payment of Sums Due to Experts, Specialists, Witnesses and Translators

Article 115. Distribution of Court Costs

Chapter 13. Procedural Time Limits

Article 116. Establishment and Calculation of Procedural Time Limits

Article 117. End of Procedural Time Limits

Article 118. Consequences of Missing Procedural Time Limits

Article 119. Suspension of Procedural Time Limits

Article 120. Restoration of Missed Procedural Time Limits

Article 121. Extension of the Procedural Time Limits Appointed by the Court

Chapter 14. Judicial Fines

Article 122. Imposition of Judicial Fines

Article 123. Procedure for Considering the Issue of Imposing a Court Fine

Chapter 15. Court Notices and Summons

Article 124. Procedure for Sending Court Notices and Summons

Article 125. Appropriate Notification

Article 126. Change of Address during Proceedings on an Administrative Case

Chapter 15 1 . Settlement agreement

Article 126 1 . Reconciliation of the parties

Article 126 2 . The form and content of the settlement agreement

Article 126 3 . Consideration of the issue of approval of a settlement agreement

Article 126 4 . The court's ruling on the approval of the settlement agreement

Article 126 5 . Refusal to approve a settlement agreement

SECTION II. PROCEEDINGS IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

Chapter 16. Initiation of a Case

Article 127. Grounds for Initiation of a Case

Article 128. Form and Content of an Application (Complaint)

Article 129. Sending a Copy of the Application (Complaint) and Documents attached

Article 130. Documents Attached to the Application (Complaint)

Article 131. Procedure and Time Limits for Resolving the Issue of Accepting an Application (Complaint) for Proceedings

Article 132. Acceptance of an Application (Complaint) for Proceedings and Initiation of a Case

Article 133. Refusal to Accept an Application (Complaint) for Proceeding

Article 134. Return of the Application (Complaint)

Article 135. Response to an Application (Complaint)

Article 136. Changing the Basis or Subject of the Application (Complaint), Refusal of the Application (Complaint)

Article 137. Consolidation of Cases into one Proceeding

Article 138. Separation of a Part of Claims in a Separate Proceeding

Chapter 17. Preparation of a Case for Trial

Article 139. Determination on Preparation of a Case for Trial

Article 140. Actions of a Judge on Preparation of a Case for Trial

Chapter 18. Trial

Article 141. Time Limits of Trial

Article 142. Time Limit and Procedure for Considering Complaints against Actions (Decisions) of Election Commissions

Article 143. Court Session

Article 144. Participation in a Court Session via Video Conferencing

Article 145. Order in a Court Session

Article 146. Examination of Evidence

Article 147. Resolution by the Court of Applications and Petitions of Persons Participating in the Case

Article 148. Consequences of Failure to Submit a Response to an Application (Complaint), Additional Evidence, as well as Failure to Appear in Court of Persons Participating in the Case

Article 149. Postponement of the Trial

Article 150. Break in the Court Session

Article 151. Judicial Pleadings

Article 152. Resumption of the Examination of Evidence

Article 153. Retirement of the Court to a Separate Room (Deliberation Room) for the Adoption of a Judicial Act

Chapter 19. Court Decision

§ 1. General Rules for Adoption of Decision

Article 154. Adoption of Decision

Article 155. Secrecy of Adoption of a Decision

Article 156. Issues Resolved upon Adoption of a Decision

Article 157. Drawing up a Decision

Article 158. Content of a Decision

§ 2. Actions of the Court after a Decision has been Adopted

Article 159. Announcement of Decision

Article 160. Immutability of a Court Decision

Article 161. Sending Copies of a Decision

Article 162. Additional Decision

Article 163. Explanation of Decision

Article 164. Correction of Clerical Errors and Arithmetic Errors

§ 3. Procedure for the Entry into Force of the Decision and its Enforcement

Article 165. Entry into force of the Decision

Article 166. Enforcement of the Decision

Article 167. Execution of the Decision

Chapter 20. Determination and Order of the Court

Article 168. Issuance of Determination

Article 169. Content of Determination

Article 170. Announcement of Determination

Article 171. Sending Copies of the Determination

Article 172. Execution of Determination

Article 173. Procedure and Time Limits for Appealing (Protesting) the Determination

Article 174. Special Determination

Chapter 21. Court Minutes (Protocol)

Article 175. Contents of Minutes

Article 176. Minutes Recording

Article 177. Comments on Minutes

Chapter 22. Proceedings on Invalidation of a Departmental Normative Legal Act

Article 178. Procedure for Considering Cases on Invalidation of Departmental Normative Legal Acts

Article 179. Right to Apply to Court with an Application for Recognizing the Departmental Normative Legal Act as Invalid

Article 180. Content of an Application for Recognizing a Departmental Normative Legal Act as Invalid

Article 181. Special Considerations with Regard to Consideration of a Case on Recognizing a Departmental Normative Legal Act as Invalid

Article 182. Court Decision in a Case on Invalidating a Departmental Normative Legal Act

Article 183. Publication of a Court Decision on a Case on Recognizing a Departmental Normative Legal Act as Invalid

Chapter 23. Proceedings on Appeals against Decisions, Actions (Inaction) of Administrative Bodies and Self-Government Bodies of Citizens, their Officials.

Article 184. Procedure for Considering Cases on Appealing Decisions, Actions (Inaction) of Administrative Bodies and Self-Government Bodies of Citizens, their Officials

Article 185. Right to Apply to Court with an Application (Complaint) against a Decision, Actions (Inaction) of an Administrative Body, a Self-Government Body of Citizens, their Officials

Article 186. Time Limits for Filing an Application (Complaint) with a Court against a Decision, Actions (Inaction) of an Administrative Body, a Self-Government Body of Citizens, their Officials

Article 187. Form and Content of an Application (Complaint) on Invalidating a Decision, Recognizing Actions (Inaction) of an Administrative Body, a Self-government Body of Citizens, their Officials as Illegal

Article 188. Special Considerations with Regard to Court Proceedings in Cases of Appeal against Decisions, Actions (Inaction) of an Administrative Body, a Self-Government Body of Citizens, their Officials

Article 189. Court Decision in a Case on Appealing a Decision, Actions (Inaction) of an Administrative Body, a Self-Government Body of Citizens, their Officials

Chapter 25. Restoration of Lost Judicial Proceedings

Article 194. General Rules for Restoring Lost Judicial Proceedings

Article 195. Application for the Restoration of a Lost Judicial Proceeding

Article 196. Consideration of an Application for Restoration of Lost Judicial Proceedings

Article 197. Court Decision on the Application for the Restoration of the Lost Judicial Proceedings

Article 198. Termination of Proceedings on the Case on Restoration of Lost Judicial Proceedings

Article 199. Appealing (Protesting) Judicial Acts related to the Restoration of the Lost Judicial Proceeding

SECTION III. REVISION OF JUDICIAL ACTS

Chapter 26. Proceedings in the Court of Appeal

Article 200. Right of Appeal (Protest)

Article 201. Court Considering the Appeal (Protest)

Article 202. Procedure for Filing an Appeal (Protest)

Article 203. Time Limit for Filing an Appeal (Protest)

Article 204. Form and Content of an Appeal (Protest)

Article 205. Sending a Copy of the Appeal (Protest)

Article 206. Documents to be Attached to the Appeal (Protest)

Article 207. Procedure and Time Limit for Resolving the Issue of Accepting an Appeal (Protest) for Proceedings

Article 208. Adoption of Appeal (Protest) for Proceedings

Article 209. Refusal to Accept an Appeal (Protest) for Proceedings

Article 210. Return of an Appeal (Protest)

Article 211. Response to an Appeal (Protest)

Article 212. Suspension of Execution of Decision by Court of Appeal

Article 213. Dismissing the Appeal (Protest)

Article 214. Termination of Proceedings on an Appeal (Protest)

Article 215. Procedure for Considering a Case by a Court of Appeal

Article 216. Refusal from Appeal. Withdrawal of Appeal

Article 217. Scope of Consideration of a Case in a Court of Appeal

Article 218. Time Limit for Consideration of an Appeal (Protest)

Article 219. Powers of the Court of the Appellate Instance

Article 220. Grounds for Amending or Canceling a Decision

Article 221. Order of the Court of Appellate Instance

Article 222. Appeal (Protest) against the Order of the Court of First Instance

Article 223. Appeal (protest) against the ruling, the decision of the court of first instance

Chapter 27. Proceedings in the Court of Cassation

Article 224. Right of Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 225. Court Considering Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 226. Procedure for Filing a Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 227. Time Limit for Filing a Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 228. Form and Content of Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 229. Sending Copies of Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 230. Documents to be attached to the Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 230 1 . Claiming Case

Article 231. Study of a Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 232. Acceptance of a Cassation Appeal (Protest) for Proceedings

Article 233. Refusal to Accept a Cassation Appeal (Protest) for Proceedings

Article 234. Return of a Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 234 1 . Appointment of a Cassation Appeal (Protest) for Consideration in Court Trial

Article 235. Response to a Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 236. Suspension of Execution of Judicial Acts

Article 237. Dismissing a Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 238. Termination of Proceedings on a Cassation Appeal (Protest)

Article 239. Procedure for Considering a Case by a Court of Cassation

Article 240. Refusal from the Cassation appeal. Withdrawal of the Cassation Appeal

Article 241. Scope of Consideration of the Case in the Court of Cassation

Article 242. Time Limits for Considering a Case in a Court of Cassation

Article 243. Powers of the Court of the Cassation Instance

Article 244. Grounds for Amending or Canceling a Decision of the Court of First Instance, an Order of the Court of Appeal

Article 245. Order of the Court of Cassation

Article 246. Obligation of the Instruction of the Court of the Cassation Instance

Article 247. Cassation appeal (protest) against a ruling, resolution

Article 248. Appeal (Protest) against the Determination of the Court of the Cassation Instance

Article 248 1 . Reconsideration of the Case in Cassation

Chapter 29. Proceedings for the Revision of Judicial Acts that have Entered into Legal Force Due to Newly Discovered Circumstances

Article 267. Right of the Court to Revise a Judicial Act that has entered into Legal Force Due to Newly Discovered Circumstances

Article 268. Courts Revising Judicial Acts that have entered into Legal Force on the basis of Newly Discovered Circumstances

Article 269. Grounds for Revising Judicial Acts on Newly Discovered Circumstances

Article 270. Procedure and Time Limit for Filing an Application for Revising a Judicial Act that has entered into Legal Force Due to Newly Discovered Circumstances

Article 271. Form and Content of an Application for Revising a Judicial Act that has entered into Legal Force Due to Newly Discovered Circumstances

Article 272. Acceptance of an Application for Revising a Judicial Act that has entered into Legal Force Due to Newly Discovered Circumstances for Proceedings

Article 273. Return of an Application for Revising a Judicial Act that has entered into Legal Force Due to Newly Discovered Circumstances

Article 274. Procedure and Time Limit for Considering an Application for Revising a Judicial Act that has entered Into Legal Force Due to Newly Discovered Circumstances

Article 275. Determination Issued by the Court based on the Results of Consideration of an Application for the Revision of a Judicial Act that has entered into Legal Force Due to Newly Discovered Circumstances

SECTION IV. EXECUTION OF JUDICIAL ACTS

Article 276. Enforcement for Execution of Judicial Acts

Article 277. Writ of Execution

Article 278. Issuance of a Writ of Execution

Article 279. Content of a Writ of Execution

Article 280. Time Limit for Presenting a Writ of Execution for Execution

Article 281. Interruption of the Time Limit for Presenting a Writ of Execution for Execution

Article 282. Restoration of the Missed Deadline for Presenting a Writ of Execution for Execution

Article 283. Issuance of a Duplicate of a Writ of Execution

Article 284. Reversal of the Execution of a Judicial Act

Article 285. Resolution of the Issue of Reversal of the Execution of a Judicial Act

Article 286. Suspension and Termination of Enforcement Proceedings

Article 287. Resumption of Enforcement Proceedings

Article 288. Revocation of a Writ of Execution and Issuance of a New Writ of Execution

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The court shall resolve administrative cases on the basis of the Constitution and laws of the Republic of Uzbekistan, other acts of legislation, as well as international treaties of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
In case there are grounds specified in articles 21 and 22 of this Code, the judge, prosecutor, expert, specialist, court secretary and translator shall be obliged to declare self-recusation. They may be challenged by the persons participating in the case on the same grounds. A challenge to a prosecutor, expert, specialist, court secretary, translator may also be considered on the initiative of the court.
The expert shall be obliged: if there are grounds provided for by Articles 21 and 22 of this Code, immediately recuse himself; conduct a comprehensive and complete study of the objects of research presented to him, give a reasoned and objective written opinion on the questions posed to him; appear when summoned by the court for personal participation in the court session; give testimony about his expertise and answer additional questions to clarify his conclusion; not to disclose information that became known to him in connection with the production of the examination; to ensure the safety of the presented objects of research and case materials; keep order during the trial.
1) paragraph 1 of Article 99 of this Code — until the entry into force of a judicial act of the relevant court or until the completion of investigative actions;
2) paragraphs 2 and 3 of Article 99 and paragraph 2 of Article 100 of this Code — until the determination of the legal successor of the person participating in the case, the appointment of a representative to the incapacitated person, before the state registration of the newly formed legal entity;
3) paragraph 1 of Article 100 of this Code — until the court receives the expert conclusion;
4) paragraph 3 of Article 100 of this Code — until the elimination of the circumstance that served as the basis for the suspension of the proceedings.
The judge shall have the right to accept for proceeding an application filed in violation of the requirements provided for in paragraphs 1 and 3 of Article 130 of this Code, and initiate a case if the statement of claim is accompanied by petitions for a deferral, payment by installments of the state fee or for the reclamation of evidence that the applicant lacks, and these petitions were satisfied.
The conclusion of the judge on the satisfaction of the petition for the acceptance for proceedings of the application filed in violation of the requirements provided for in paragraphs 1 and 3 of Article 130 of this Code must be motivated in the determination on the acceptance of the statement of claim for proceedings.
The persons participating in the case, but who did not appear at the court session, shall be notified of the time and place of the new court session in the manner prescribed by Article 124 of this Code. The persons participating in the case, who have appeared at the court session, shall be notified against a receipt attached to the case file.
In the case of an audio or video recording of the court session, minutes of the court session shall record only the issues provided for in paragraphs 1 — 4, 6 — 8, 11 of part two of this article, the time of the beginning and end of the explanations of the persons participating in the case, the testimony of witnesses, oral explanations by experts of their conclusions, pleadings and opinions of the prosecutor, as well as a note on the use of technical means of recording the court session. Electronic or other carriers of audio or video recordings shall be attached to the minutes of the court session.
The application shall be accompanied by the documents specified in Article 130 of this Code, as well as the text of the contested normative legal act.
An application (complaint) shall be accompanied by the documents specified in Article 130 of this Code, as well as the text of the contested decision.
6) absence of the minutes of the court session in the case, its failure to be signed or signed by persons other than those specified in part two of Article 176 of this Code, or electronic or other audio and video recording media are not attached to the minutes of the court session, if audio or video recording of court session has been made;
A copy of the determination provided for in clauses 1 , 2 and 3 of part two of this article shall be sent to the person who filed the cassation appeal (protest) in the manner and within the period provided for in article 171 of this Code.
The authorized state bodies and other persons participating in the case, in the manner prescribed by Article 47 of this Code, shall speak in the court of cassation after the parties and third parties, if they have not appealed against the judicial act.
6) absence of the minutes of the court session in the case, its failure to be signed or signed by persons other than those specified in part two of Article 176 of this Code, or electronic or other audio and video recording media are not attached to the minutes of the court session, if audio or video recording of court session has been made;
Persons specified in Article 224 of this Code shall have the right to file an application with request to lodge a protest on reconsideration of the case in cassation to the Chairperson of the Supreme Court, the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Uzbekistan or their deputies.
The claimant, the debtor shall be notified of the time and place of the court session by a court determination issued no later than five days from the date of receipt of the application, in the manner prescribed by Article 124 of this Code. However, the failure to appear of persons duly notified of the time and place of the court session shall not be an obstacle to the consideration of the application.
The claimant, the debtor shall be notified of the time and place of the court session by a court determination issued no later than five days from the date of receipt of the application, in the manner prescribed by Article 124 of this Code. However, the failure to appear of persons duly notified of the time and place of the court session shall not be an obstacle to the consideration of the application.

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