GO AWAY, after you set a seal, the 2nd mock
trial was held by the institute of Law at the Gwangbok Hall on Sept. 14. It
dealt with the relationship between the property right and the seal of the will.
The problem is whether the dead's will affect or not without his seal when one
dies. The trial judged that proper right was unuseful without the seal.
The motive of the trial was a debate between Yonsei Univ. and a
family of the dead, Kim Un-cho. Kim wrote down his will that he would like to
contribute his all property to Yonsei Univ. before he died. His all property was
given as he said after death, but his family instituted a suit in that Kim
did not set a seal on his will. After the peroid of debating between Yonsei
Univ. and the Kim's family, the Kim's family finally won the suit, which showed
a simple conclusion that the proper right cannot affect without the
"I could be aware of the new things with this trial," says
Mun Sun-woo (Fresh., Dept. of Law) who attended the trial. As Mun says, it gives
people the new view. Anyone interested in more detail can contact the
administration of justice. (02-2123-8544)