Question #1: What is an agreement between the parties to end a dispute ?

The correct answer is number three.

? It does not need to be authenticated.Question #2: A transaction is necessarily :

The correct answer is the first. It does not need to be authenticated.

Question #3: In labour law, the transaction takes the form of :

The correct answer is 2.

Question #4: In labour law, the authority competent to sign the conciliation report is called :

The correct answer is the 3rd

? art.2052 civil codeQuestion #5: The transaction has value of judgment, it has :

The 2nd answer is the correct one (art.2052 civil code)

Question #6: The person who is asked to conduct the mediation is called :

The 3rd answer is the right one.

Question #7: The mediation is governed by :

The first answer is the right one.

Question #8: Conventional mediation is one implemented by :

The second answer is the right one.

Question #9: Judicial mediation is one implemented by :

The 1st answer is correct.

Question #10: The arbitration is governed by :

The 3rd answer is the right one.

Question #11: To be juged by traditional courts, one must be :

The 2nd answer is the right one.

? If the defendant in the trial declines the jurisdiction of the traditional courts, they must declare themselves incompetent.Question #12: The conventional courts (CFD and TC) have competent jurisdiction if :

The first answer is the right one. If the defendant in the trial declines the jurisdiction of the traditional courts, they must declare themselves incompetent.

? You have to appear in person. You cannot be assisted by a lawyer unless the CFD is attached to a Court of First Instance.Question #13: Before the traditional courts, the parties :

The third answer is the right one. You have to appear in person. You cannot be assisted by a lawyer unless the CFD is attached to a Court of First Instance.

Question #14: The Court of first degree (CFD) rules on the status of persons and real property rights

The first answer is the right one.

Question #15: The Traditional Court (TC) rules on property disputes (debt collection, contracts, claims for compensation for material damage and personal injury)

The second answer is the right one.

Question #16: The Court of first instance (CFI) is competent in matter :

The 2nd answer is the right one.

Question #17: The CFI has jurisdiction in social, civil or commercial matters where the amount is :

The 3rd answer is the right one.

? But there are cases where the courts of first and second instance rule, in which case the appeal is no longer possible.Question #18: The CFI and the HC (High Court) are courts of :

The first answer is the right one. But there are cases where the courts of first and second instance rule, in which case the appeal is no longer possible.

Question #19: The Special Criminal Court (SCC) is competent to hear :

The 2nd answer is the right one.