1The allocation of judicial cases is done by lot, which is conducted in electronic manner, based on the principles of transparency and objectivity.
2The chancellor supervises the organizational and documentation process of the allocation of judicial cases by lot, as well as signs the handing over of the judicial case to the respective judge.
3The High Judicial Council shall establish more detailed rules on the program and procedures on the allocation of judicial cases, which determine in particular:
aThe program for casting the lot, in order to have sufficient characters and features, that ensure the highest standards of transparency and tracing capacities;
bThe transparent manner of documentation of preparation of the lot;
cTime limits for organising the lot and the manner of its preliminary notification;
çCriteria for ensuring a fair allocation of cases among judges;
dCases and criteria for re-allocation of judicial cases by lot, where necessary due to justified reasons;
dhObjective and transparent criteria for the procedure of exclusion of judges from a lot, because of the workload or the engagement of judges in other activities in the interest of the court or judicial power;
eObjective and transparent criteria for case allocation in case the electronic case management system is not functioning.
4"The High Justice Inspector shall carry out regular inspections on the case allocation by lot. It shall check the electronic system reports at least once per year. "