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The Supreme Court of Finland (Finnish: korkein oikeus, Swedish: högsta domstolen), located in Helsinki, consists of a President and at minimum 15, currently 18, other Justices, usually working in five-judge panels. Its jurisdiction does not extend to the administrative court system or the Supreme Administrative Court of Finland. The Supreme Court mainly relies on written evidence when deciding on a case. The Court may, however, hold oral hearings in which the parties, witnesses and experts are heard in person. The oral hearings are public.

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  • المحكمة العليا الفنلندية
  • Oberstes Gericht (Finnland)
  • Supreme Court of Finland
  • Corte suprema della Finlandia
  • Cour suprême de Finlande
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  • Das Oberste Gericht Finnlands (finnisch Korkein oikeus, schwedisch Högsta domstolen) ist die letzte Instanz der allgemeinen Gerichte in Finnland. Daneben besteht ein oberstes Verwaltungsgericht (Korkein hallinto-oikeus). Der Präsident und die weiteren Mitglieder des Gerichts werden vom Präsidenten der Republik berufen.
  • La Corte suprema (in finlandese korkein oikeus, in svedese Högsta domstolen) è il massimo organo giurisdizionale civile e penale della Finlandia, come previsto dall'articolo 3 della costituzione. È formata da un presidente e almeno 15 giudici nominati dal Presidente della Repubblica. La Corte suprema ha sede a Helsinki nell'omonimo palazzo, situato accanto al palazzo presidenziale. L'edificio, costruito originariamente nel 1816, fu interamente ristrutturato in stile neorinascimentale nel 1883 dall'architetto Frans Sjöström. Divenne sede della Corte suprema nel 1933.
  • La Cour suprême de Finlande (en finnois : Korkein oikeus (KO) et en suédois : Högsta domstolen) est un tribunal finlandais.
  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (فبراير 2016) المحكمة العليا في فنلندا (بالفنلندية: korkein oikeus، بالسويدية: högsta domstolen) أعلى محكمة مدنية وجنائية في فنلندا، على النحو المنصوص عليه في المادة 3 من دستور فنلندا. وتتألف من الرئيس و15 قاضياً آخر على الأقل يعينهم رئيس الجمهورية، تعمل عادة في هيئات من خمسة قضاة. ولايتها لا تمتد إلى نظام المحكمة الإدارية أو المحكمة الإدارية العليا الفنلندية.
  • The Supreme Court of Finland (Finnish: korkein oikeus, Swedish: högsta domstolen), located in Helsinki, consists of a President and at minimum 15, currently 18, other Justices, usually working in five-judge panels. Its jurisdiction does not extend to the administrative court system or the Supreme Administrative Court of Finland. The Supreme Court mainly relies on written evidence when deciding on a case. The Court may, however, hold oral hearings in which the parties, witnesses and experts are heard in person. The oral hearings are public.
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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (فبراير 2016) المحكمة العليا في فنلندا (بالفنلندية: korkein oikeus، بالسويدية: högsta domstolen) أعلى محكمة مدنية وجنائية في فنلندا، على النحو المنصوص عليه في المادة 3 من دستور فنلندا. وتتألف من الرئيس و15 قاضياً آخر على الأقل يعينهم رئيس الجمهورية، تعمل عادة في هيئات من خمسة قضاة. ولايتها لا تمتد إلى نظام المحكمة الإدارية أو المحكمة الإدارية العليا الفنلندية. تقع المحكمة العليا في هلسنكي في مبنى مسمى باسمها يقع بالقرب من القصر الرئاسي. المبنى الذي بـُني أصلا في سنة 1816، أُعيد بناءه بالكامل بأسلوب عمارة عصر النهضة في عام 1883 من قبل المعماري فرانس سيوستروم. أصبح مقراً للمحكمة العليا في عام 1933. * 32xبوابة فنلندا * 32xبوابة القانون * 32xبوابة السياسةمشاريع شقيقة في كومنز صور وملفات عن: المحكمة العليا الفنلندية
  • Das Oberste Gericht Finnlands (finnisch Korkein oikeus, schwedisch Högsta domstolen) ist die letzte Instanz der allgemeinen Gerichte in Finnland. Daneben besteht ein oberstes Verwaltungsgericht (Korkein hallinto-oikeus). Der Präsident und die weiteren Mitglieder des Gerichts werden vom Präsidenten der Republik berufen.
  • La Corte suprema (in finlandese korkein oikeus, in svedese Högsta domstolen) è il massimo organo giurisdizionale civile e penale della Finlandia, come previsto dall'articolo 3 della costituzione. È formata da un presidente e almeno 15 giudici nominati dal Presidente della Repubblica. La Corte suprema ha sede a Helsinki nell'omonimo palazzo, situato accanto al palazzo presidenziale. L'edificio, costruito originariamente nel 1816, fu interamente ristrutturato in stile neorinascimentale nel 1883 dall'architetto Frans Sjöström. Divenne sede della Corte suprema nel 1933.
  • The Supreme Court of Finland (Finnish: korkein oikeus, Swedish: högsta domstolen), located in Helsinki, consists of a President and at minimum 15, currently 18, other Justices, usually working in five-judge panels. Its jurisdiction does not extend to the administrative court system or the Supreme Administrative Court of Finland. The most important function of the Supreme Court is to rule on important points of law in cases which are significant for the entire legal order, guiding the administration of justice in future cases. Decisions of courts of appeal, as well as certain decisions of the Insurance Court may be appealed against to the Supreme Court, provided that it grants leave to appeal. In the rare criminal cases where a court of appeals acts as a court of first instance, the leave to appeal is not needed. (Cases of espionage, treason and criminal cases involving high civil servants or officers of at least major's rank fall into this category.) The Supreme Court may annul final decisions of courts on the grounds provided in Chapter 31 of the Code of Judicial Procedure. The Court also handles complaints concerning errors in procedure. In some cases the Court may restore the right of appeal after the expiration of a specified period of time. The Supreme Court gives advice to the President in cases concerning the right to grant a pardon and to the Ministry of Justice in cases concerning extradition. It may provide legal opinions on Government Bills at different stages of the legislative process, and the President may consult it on Bills passed by Parliament before ratifying them. The Supreme Court may also approach the President on its own initiative, and propose enactment of a new Parliament Act or an amendment to an existing Act. The Supreme Court mainly relies on written evidence when deciding on a case. The Court may, however, hold oral hearings in which the parties, witnesses and experts are heard in person. The oral hearings are public.
  • La Cour suprême de Finlande (en finnois : Korkein oikeus (KO) et en suédois : Högsta domstolen) est un tribunal finlandais.
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