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If you refuse legal aid, you can appeal against the decision.
You can make the appeal yourself or with a lawyer.
An appeal may be made against a decision to refuse legal aid outright or against a decision to award partial aid, if you have requested the full aid.
The appeal must be lodged within 15 days of notification of the decision.
You must indicate in the appeal the reasons for challenging the decision taken.
An error that relates to the number of people in your household or the amount of your resources.
The appeal must be addressed to the legal aid office which issued the decision, by registered mail with AR..
You must attach a copy of the contested decision.
The department that made the decision will forward your request to the competent authority to consider the appeal. The competent authority to consider the appeal depends on the court that is responsible for examining the case for which you have requested legal aid.
1to president of the court of appeal on which the court in charge of the case or the court of appeal in charge of the case depends
National Court of Asylum (CNDA)
President of the National Court of Asylum
President of the administrative court of appeal on which the tribunal is subject
Administrative Court of Appeal
President of the Administrative Court of Appeal
Council of State
Chairman of the Litigation Section of the Council of State
Court of Cassation
1to president of the court of cassation
Chairman of the Dispute Tribunal
Once the appeal is considered, the decision is yours notified by mail.
If this new decision does not suit you, you will have no further recourse. Thise The decision is final.
Please note : an appeal filed by a lawyer with the president of the administrative court of appeal or the president of the litigation section of the Conseil d'État must be transmitted via teleservices Remedies ..