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oa De Rebus - Direct access to the Constitutional Court

Volume 2004, Issue 437
  • ISSN : 0250-0329

 

Abstract

The Constitutional Court was conceived, primarily, as an appellate court (see also our article 'In which forum to litigate?' in 2004 (Sept) DR 30 and 'Step-by-step' practice note 'Appeals to the Constitutional Court' in 2004 (Aug) DR 32). There are, however, two ways in which the court can be approached as a court of first instance - firstly, where the court has exclusive jurisdiction over the dispute and secondly, where it is in the interests of justice.

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