This section provides you with an overview of the court system in Greece.
Justice in Greece is one of the three functions of the state. In line with the principle of the separation of powers, justice is independent of the legislative and executive powers.
Courts in Greece are divided into the following main categories:
Each court is administered by judicial officials: a president or a three-member council.
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