Legal Professional Guide: Courts and Judiciaries, Europe

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  • Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia
    Constitutional judicature was introduced in the Republic of Croatia in 1963 and the Constitutional Court began to work in 1964. From 1963 to 1990, the former Socialist Republic of Croatia was one of the six federal...
  • Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia
    On 5 June 1963, the Constitutional Court of the Federal Unit of Yugoslavia was established. The first President and eight judges of the Constitutional Court were appointed. On 25 June 1991, the Republic of Slovenia...
  • Court of Auditors of Portugal
    Commonly known as the Tribunal de Contas in Portuguese. Headquarters in Lisbon, where there are three specialised Chambers. The Court is composed by the President and 16 Judges, and by one Judge in each Regional...
  • Court of Auditors, France
    Established in September 1807, the Court of Auditors is responsible for ensuring the proper use and management of public money and to keep citizens informed. The Court of Auditors is a quasi-judicial body of the...
  • Court of Cassation, France
    Known as the Cour de cassation in French. Court of Cassation was established in 1790 under the name Tribunal de cassation during the French Revolution. Court of Cassation is the highest court in the French judiciary...

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