PROCEEDINGS CONCERNING THE ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENTS AND OTHER FINAL COURT
Article 518. Clarification of any doubts and obscure points during enforcement of judgments and other final court decisions
518.0. The court which gave the judgment or other final decision shall have the right to clarify the following doubts and obscure points arising during enforcement, on the basis of an application by the sentenced person or submissions from the establishment or authority enforcing the sentence or on its own initiative :
518.0.1. doubts about the exact end of the sentence if it was not laid down in the judgment ;
518.0.2. doubts about the type of penal institution or reformatory in which the sentence involving deprivation of liberty is to be served if this was not established by the judgment ;
518.0.3. questions about the restrictive measure, the sharing of court expenses or the future of the material evidence if these were not resolved by the judgment or were not clearly resolved ;
518.0.4. any other obscure points in the court’s judgment or other final decision.