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  • Charmaine Webber Australia Good points!
    2014-12-14 07:12:59

  • Samuel Olorunfemi Obayemi Nigeria Absolutely!
    2014-12-03 18:12:30

  • Sione Siotonu Fakahua Tonga A hierarchy allows particlar dispute-settling bodies to concentrade on particlar types of disputes.The felony cases are allocates to a High Court.
    2014-11-24 22:11:57

  • Nöelle Linehan Ireland The hierarchy of the Courts allows particular cases to be disputed between bodies and concentrate particularly for more serious cases which are allocated to more higher and expert courts which demands for particular cases.
    2014-11-09 00:11:39

  • mohammed alduboni Jordan What is court hierarchy !
    2014-10-26 21:10:19

  • John Obot Nigeria WHAT ARE THE REASONS FOR THE EXISTENCE OF COURT HIERARCHY?
    2014-10-20 13:10:04

  • Tyisha Jiles United States of America What are the factors involved in the importance of the hierarchy
    2014-09-04 02:09:56

  • Tyisha Jiles United States of America What is court hierarchy?
    2014-09-04 02:09:30

  • Zachary Bashore United States of America Why does court hierarchy exist?What
    2014-08-20 17:08:11

  • Awuni Apuko Peter Ghana List the court hierarchy
    2014-08-08 17:08:49

  • Gabriel Nathan Singapore What are the key factors involved for the existence of the court hierarchy?
    2014-07-25 10:07:47

    • Gabriel Nathan Singapore A hierarchy allows particular dispute-settling bodies to concentrate on particular types of disputes the more serious cases are allocated to the more expert courts the judicial workload is divided so that personnel and procedures can be adapted to the demands of particular cases.
      2014-07-25 10:07:57
  • Chaturika Kumarachandra Sri Lanka what is mean that positive court hierarchy.
    2014-07-17 10:07:03

  • Abraham Marial Awet South Sudan What are the Reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy: specialisation and administrative efficiency?
    2014-07-01 14:07:53

    • Awuni Apuko Peter Ghana Division of labour according to expertise
      2014-08-08 17:08:19
    • Abraham Marial Awet South Sudan a hierarchy allows particular dispute-settling bodies to concentrate on particular types of disputes the more serious cases are allocated to the more expert courts the judicial workload is divided so that personnel and procedures can be adapted to the demands of particular cases.
      2014-07-01 14:07:59
  • Jamal Abdi Mumin Somalia Reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy: specialisation and administrative efficiency
    2014-06-25 08:06:37

  • Jamal Abdi Mumin Somalia Why court hierarchy is important?
    2014-06-25 08:06:13

    • Jamal Abdi Mumin Somalia Court hierarchy is the way in which courts are structured, For example, the United States Supreme Court is the highest court in the land. Right below the Supreme Court are the United States Courts of Appeal. Below those, are the United States District Courts. The different levels have different roles. The District Court is a trial court, where trials are held. The Appellate Courts are where appeals are made. These courts are concerned with correcting errors that the District Courts have made. The Constitution prohibits the Appellate Courts from retrying a case or reexamining the facts that have been determined at the District Court. The Supreme Court is concerned with deciding the most important issues in our law.
      2014-06-25 08:06:44
  • Akech kuol Egypt what are the Reasons for the existence of the court hierachy :specialisation and administrative efficiency ?
    2014-06-16 07:06:32

    • Akech kuol Egypt Specialisation and administrative efficiency a hierarchy allows particular dispute-settling bodies to concentrate on particular types of disputes the more serious cases are allocated to the more expert courts the judicial workload is divided so that personnel and procedures can be adapted to the demands of particular cases.
      2014-06-16 07:06:30
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