Trial and Judges
Administrative courts are specialized courts responsible for administrative litigations that arise from public-law cases and controversies. Administration litigations, depending on the level which the litigation is at, may be adjudicated by a judge or a panel of three or five judges. This Court is a high administrative court, and, therefore, cases are adjudicated by a panel of three judges. When the panel considers it necessary, the panel may appoint one of the three judges to investigate evidence. Cases at the Supreme Administrative Court are adjudicated by a panel of five judges. Administrative litigation tribunals adjudicate cases by one judge, instead of a panel of judges.
- Release Date:2021-05-13