The Court System in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ferizovic, Jasenka. 2011. The Court System in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Working Paper. [Report]

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Working Paper, ERC project ‘Bosnian Bones, Spanish Ghosts

The court system of post Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina reflects the complexity of its constitutional organization. Bosnia and Herzegovina, consisting of two entities further divided into lower-level administrative units and the Brčko District as neutral self-governing administrative unit, has 76 courts. Of those 76 courts, 3 are constitutional courts, 6 are commercial courts and 67 remaining courts are courts of general jurisdiction.

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Report (Working Paper)

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Sociology > Research students



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05 Oct 2015 14:48

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13 Jun 2016 14:48


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