This section gives an overview of the judicial system in Slovakia.
Justice in Slovakia is administered by the ordinary law courts and the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic.
Judicial power is exercised by independent and impartial courts. At all levels, judicial matters are separated from those of other national authorities.
The President of the court is in charge of the administration of justice.
Law courts in Slovakia are administered, as laid down in law, by the Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic and the President of the court, who is also a statutory body of the court. A court is also administered by the administrative director of the court within the scope of the law.
The ordinary court system
Pursuant to Act No 757/2004 on courts and amending certain other acts:
The Supreme Court conducts a review of courts' decision-making in lawfully closed cases.
The Supreme Court also promotes the uniform interpretation and consistent application of laws and other general legally binding regulations:
You can find further information on the website of the Slovak Ministry of Justice.
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