Guide through the Constitutional Court
The procedure for adopting decisions before the Constitutional Court depends on the type of case within the jurisdiction of the Constitutional Court being decided. The Constitutional Court in general considers cases within its jurisdiction at closed sessions or at public hearings. The Constitutional Court decides in a panel of three Constitutional Court judges whether the conditions for considering a constitutional complaint are fulfilled and whether to accept the constitutional complaint for consideration. More
Frequently Asked Questions
- 1. What is the Constitutional Court?
- 2. When may an individual or legal entity file an application before the Constitutional Court?
- 3.What is a petition to initiate the procedure for the review of the constitutionality of regulations and in what instances may one be lodged?
- 4. What is a constitutional complaint and in what instances may one be lodged?
- 5. Who are participants in proceedings before the Constitutional Court?
- 6. Is there a prescribed time limit in which a petition or constitutional complaint must be lodged?
- 7. Where can the forms for lodging petitions and constitutional complaints be accessed?
- 8. What is the procedure for deciding a petition?
- 9. What is the procedure for deciding a constitutional complaint?
- 10. How long do proceedings before the Constitutional Court take?
- 11. To what address should I send an application and how?
- 12. Can an application be filed in electronic form?
- 13. Will the Constitutional Court inform me that my application has been correctly filed and registered?
- 14. Do I have to pay court fees in proceedings before the Constitutional Court?
- 15. Do I need a lawyer to represent me before the Constitutional Court?
- 16. Can I withdraw my application?
- 17. Who are the Constitutional Court judges?
- 18. Can I motion for the disqualification of a Constitutional Court judge?
- 19. How can I obtain information on the status of proceedings in a case?
- 20. Does the Constitutional Court conduct a public hearing before deciding on a case?
- 21. Can I appeal against decisions and orders issued by the Constitutional Court?
- 22. Can I obtain copies of the documents of the case in which I am a participant in proceedings before the Constitutional Court?
- 23. Does the Constitutional Court provide legal counsel, issue legal opinions, or decide whether draft laws are in compliance with the Constitution?
- 24. Does the Constitutional Court provide an additional explanation of the adopted decisions or orders of the Constitutional Court?
- 25. Which regulations are currently being challenged before the Constitutional Court?
- 26. Where can Constitutional Court decisions be accessed?
- 27. Can I subscribe to electronic alerts in order to be informed of new decisions of the Constitutional Court and other important information published on the website of the Constitutional Court?