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Judiciary of Romania


Judiciary of Romania

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The judiciary of Romania is organized as a hierarchical system of courts, with a

  1. ^ "ROMANIAN JUDICIAL SYSTEM". Retrieved 22 January 2015. 
  2. ^ "The Court's role and powers". Retrieved 22 January 2015. 
  3. ^ "Presentation of the Romanian judicial system". Retrieved 22 January 2015. 


Military jurisdictions of Romania
Civil jurisdictions of Romania

The military court system is organized into three tribunals, the Territorial Military Tribunal and the Military Court of Appeal.[3]

A number of specialized courts (tribunale specializate) also exist, such as the Argeș Commercial Court and the Braşov Family Court. The Constitutional Court of Romania acts as an independent constitutional jurisdiction and is not part of the ordinary court system.[2]

Each court is run by a court president, who is responsible for its management and public relations. Within most courts there are specialized sections or panels for civil and criminal cases, as well as other areas of the law.

  • High Court of Cassation and Justice (Înalta Curte de Casaţie şi Justiţie)
  • 15 Courts of Appeal (curţi de apel)
  • 41 county courts and the Bucharest Municipal Court (tribunale)
  • 188 Local courts (judecătorii).

The civil courts are organized as follows:


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