Judicial Yuan Taiwan, Republic of China
Established in 1937, Judicial Yuan is the highest judicial organ of the Republic of China (Taiwan). Its chief powers are to adjudicate civil, criminal, and administrative cases, cases concerning disciplinary sanctions of public functionaries, and cases concerning the dissolution of political parties violating the Constitution. The Judicial Yuan also supervises the lower courts, which consist of the Supreme Court, the high courts, district courts, the Administrative Court, and the Commission on the Disciplinary Sanctions of Public Functionaries. The Judicial Yuan official website features About Judicial Yuan (Powers & Functions, Architectural Features, Administration Plan, Law Publicity); Reforms; Law Library; Statistics; and Accounting.
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|Guide ID: 3107 - Last Updated: July 26, 2013