Administrative Court

The Administrative Court has authority at the appellate level to hear and decide on appeals brought against the judgments of the Administrative Tribunal, barring certain exceptions in international protection matters. Nevertheless, the orders of the president of the Administrative Tribunal in administrative summary proceedings are not subject to appeal.

As with criminal and civil matters, no appeal may be made to the Court of Cassation against Administrative Court decisions on points of law.

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