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Nejvyšší soud
The Supreme Court of the Czech Republic, with its seat in Brno, is the highest judicial authority both in civil and criminal law with the exception of the matters concerning the powers of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic. The database contains 70 000 judgments (12/2011).

Cylaw is a legal information project that was set up in February 2002 by the cyprus lawyer Laris Vrahimis to provide free access through the internet to the Cyprus legal materials that are at any time publicly available in electronic format.Cylaw includes all Cypriot judgments that are of any authoritative value that were issued from 1997 onwards. In total, the Cylaw database currently contains about 8.600 judgments.

Der Bundesgerichtshof
The case law of the Bundesgrichtshof is available through its public website. It contains judgments from 01/01/2000 onward.The raw translation of judgments is not available at the moment.



Decisions in principle from the Supreme Court of Hungary.

LILEX Liechtenstein

Supremo Tribunal de Justiça
The case law of the Supreme Court of Justice is provided by the Documentation and Information Department (51233 doc.)

Înalta Curte de Casaţie şi Justiţie
The judgments from the High Court of Cassation and Justice of Romania are provided to the public via the ICCJ website.


Iskalnik sodne prakse
The Supreme Court of the Republic of Slovenia was formally established with the Constitution on December 23, 1991. Practically, it has performed this function since June 25, 1991 when Slovenia gained independence from former Yugoslavia, thus replacing the authority of the Federal Court in Belgrade (historically, it has existed in different forms since 1918).