Courts of appeal

Verified 29 May 2020 - Directorate of Legal and Administrative Information (Prime Minister), Ministry of Justice

When you're not satisfied with a first-instance decision, you can appeal it. The Court of Appeal then reviews the case and issues a new decision. If you're not satisfied with the decision on appeal, you can appeal it to cassation. The Court of Cassation does not review the case, but instead examines whether the trial and appellate judges have applied the law correctly.

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