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Suceava Court of Apeal

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Suceava Court of Appeal is organized according to the following regulations governing the organization and functioning of the public authority or institution:

  • 1. Constitution of Romania;
  • 2. Law no. 304/2004 on judicial organization, as subsequently amended and supplemented;
  • 3. Law no. 303/2004 on the status of magistrates, as subsequently amended and supplemented;
  • 4. Internal Regulation of the courts approved by the Resolution No. 387/2005 of the Superior Council of Magistracy, as subsequently amended and supplemented;
  • 5. Decision no. 2 of January 7th, 2013 of the Chairman of Suceava Court of Appeal on the Job Order for 2013;
  • 6. Law no. 567/2004 on the status of specialized auxiliary staff in courts and prosecutors’ offices attached to them, as subsequently amended and supplemented;

The Court consists of 3 sections: Section I for Civil Matters, Section II for Civil Matters, Section for Contentious Administrative and Tax Matters and Section for Criminal and Family and Minors Matters. Law courts operate with senior staff, judges, expert support staff, administrative and service staff. The management board consists of: chairman and 6 judges, elected for a period of 3 years in the general assembly of judges.

The building where currently Suceava Court of Appeal operates was built between the years 1850-1855, initially used as military barracks. The building, considered a historical monument, is located in Suceava, 62, Ştefan cel Mare Street, it has a built area of 2,626 square meters and it consists of basement, ground floor and two floors.

The building was extended by the construction of a new wing in the courtyard, ensuring flow separation for staff and litigants. In the new body of building, a room of lost steps, a boardroom and meeting rooms for the local court, the regional court (tribunal) and the court of appeal were arranged.

  • Upcoming Events

    • Training session Medulin Croatia

      September, 06-09, 2016

      First training session within the project „Protecting the Civil Rights of the European Citizens – Multidisciplinary Approach”... More

    • Köln Germania

      November, 01-04, 2016

      In the period November 01-04, 2016 will be held in Koln, Germany, the second training session in a series of three ... More

    • Suceava Romania

      March, 27-30, 2017

      More information for this training session will be displayed at a later time... More

  • Trainers

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      Kunštek Eduard si Cristian Pup traineri la Medulin in cadrul proiectului "Protecting the Civil Rights of the European Citizens – Multidisciplinary Approach"... More

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      Call for 3 trainers from EU member states.... More

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