This page provides you with information on Slovakia’s case law.
Ordinary courts' case law
Case law of all courts of the Slovak justice system can be accessed, in Slovak language, from the online legal database JASPI.
The Supreme Court's case law
The Supreme Court's case law can be accessed, in Slovak language, from the website of the Supreme Court.
Ordinary courts' case-law is available in html format whereas the Supreme Court's case law is available in pdf format.
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Court judgments in Slovakia do not have general legally binding force. They are not a source of law. However, judgments made by the courts respect rulings of the Slovak Supreme Court, which, de facto, are sources of law.
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