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Visit of a Thai delegation of trainees in Paris, from 17 to 26 October, 2005

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Within the framework of the co-operation programme between the ministry of Justice of Thailand, the UIHJ and the French National Chamber of Judicial Officers, a delegation of trainees from Thailand went to Paris from the 17 to October 26, 2005.

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The Thai trainees, with Marie-Josèphe Bouvet anb her collaborator, in Place Vendome, Paris
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On their arrival in Roissy, October 17, 2005, at dawn, the four young trainees, Mrs Chanthicha Sasanadhamrong, Atitaya Thongboon and Sasathorn Sangchantr, and Mr. Dulprahat Mulprom, were welcomed by Mathieu Chardon, member of the Committee of the UIHJ. They were first of all led to their Parisian hotel then to the headquarters of the French National Chamber of Judicial Officers. Rose-Marie Bruno, Judicial Officer in Arles had made the journey to Paris to meet them and present to them the buildings of the French National Chamber of Judicial Officers and the French National School of procedure. Rose-Marie Bruno then made a detailed presentation of the profession of Judicial Officer in France, followed by many questions about its various aspects.
Tuesday October 18 was devoted to the visit of the office of our colleagues, Olivier Brisse and Marie-Josèphe Bouvet, associated Judicial Officers in Paris. Marie-Josèphe Bouvet and her collaborator also made them visit the splendid Law courts of Paris where they lunched. In the afternoon, the trainees could look further into their knowledge with our colleague.
The evening, the discussions continued with members of the UIHJ for a friendly and informal dinner, a way for our friends to discover the treasures of the French cuisine.

Versailles

Wednesday October 19, the trainees went to Versailles, to go first of all to the office of Mathieu Chardon, which then led them to the High Court of Versailles where they attended a public auction sale of immovable. Then they met Mr Cosme Rogeau, liquidator, who made a brilliant synthetic report of his profession. Many questions were put, in particular by Mrs Atitaya Thongboon, obviously impassioned by the subject. We thus could compare the two French and Thai systems and note their great similarities.
After a lunch in Versailles, it was impossible not to leave without a visit of the marvellous Versailles castle, which obviously impressed our Thai friends and will undoubtedly leave them an imperishable memory.

Thiais and Eurodisney

Thursday October 20, they went to a Parisian colleague's office where they could attend various operations of enforcement and service of documents. Friday, it is our colleague Odile Dunaud, Judicial Officer in Thiais, which took over during all the day, to show them the work of an office of Parisian outskirts.
After an intense working week, our colleagues had wished to go to the Eurodisney Park, in Marne-the-Valley, close to Paris, and afterwards declared themselves enthralled of their visit.
They could also visit part of Paris on Sunday.

Drouot

Monday October 24, Mathieu Chardon accompanied the trainees to the famous Drouot saleroom in Paris, to attend auction sales of movable goods. The trainees were favourably impressed by the number of sale-rooms and the intense activity which reigned in the places.
Tuesday October 25 was devoted to a debriefing with Jacques Isnard, president of the UIHJ, and with the handing-over of the training diplomas. The remainder of the day was occupied by the traditional shopping preceding the return of any visitor.
There is no doubt that our friends from Thailand will keep a marvellous memory of their training course in France - faithful to its tradition of welcome -, where they could at the same time get acquainted with the profession of Judicial Officer in France and have a taste of all the aspects of the very rich French culture.
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Visiting the Drouot Auction rooms, in Paris
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In front of the High Court of Versailles
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With Cosme Rogeau, liquidator in Versailles
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In front of the High court of Paris, with French colleagues Marie-Josèphe Bouvet and Olivier Brisse
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Visit of the Versailles Castle
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