The complainant alleged that he was not provided enough time to respond to an order from the court.

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The complainant alleged that he was not provided enough time to respond to an order from the court. He also added that the order was issued without notification of the application and without his presence at the hearing. In his opinion, this meant that he could not defend himself against the defendant’s accusations.

In this case, the allegations were related to the judge’s decisions rather than judicial conduct. The Council explained that when the correctness of a judge’s decisions is questioned, the issue should be raised before the courts, usually be means of appeal as the Council cannot change or rescind an order. The matter was closed.

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