For a ruling to correct the technical errors found in a final judgment, is it necessary to have the judge who rendered said judgment present?
The reference to "corrections of a ruling" in J.Y. Interpretation No. 43 does not require the judge who rendered a final judgment to participate in the judgment of the corrections.
The part in J.Y. Interpretation No. 43 concerning the corrections of a ruling refers to technical or literal errors only, the corrections of which do not affect the reasoning and judgment of the case. Such errors can be made by a ruling and the judge who rendered the original judgment is not required to participate in the judgment of the ruling. Translated by Wei-Feng Huang.