Reconsideration proprio motu
|Reconsideration Decision - 20.09.2010||
29. The Appeals Chamber considers that while a Trial Chamber may proprio motu decide to reconsider its own decision, this does not relieve it of its duty to hear a party whose rights may be affected by this reconsideration.
 See Prosecutor v. Goran Jelisić, Case No. IT-95-10-A, Judgement, 5 July 2001, para. 27, referring to R. v. Barking and Dagenham Justices, ex parte Director of Public Prosecutions  Crim LR 953, and Director of Public Prosecution v. Cosier, Q.B.D., 5 April 2000.