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The provincial people's Court

The provincial people's Court

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PROVINCIAL PEOPLE'S COURT IN THE CENTRAL CITY

Duties and powers of People’s Courts ofprovinces and municipalities

1. To hear first-instance cases in accordance with the law.

2. To hear appeals from People's Courts of rural districts, urban districts, towns, cities or the equivalents which have not been legally effective and are appealed or protested against in accordance with the law.

3. To review legally effective judgments, decisions of People's Courts of rural districts, urban districts, towns, cities and the equivalent, and request Chief Judge of High People's Court or Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court to consider, protest against such judgments, decision if there are violations of the law or new facts.

4. To deal with other matters as prescribed by the law.

Organizational structure of People's Court of provinces and municipalities

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Organizational structure of People's Court of provinces and municipalities:

a) Judge Committee.

b) Criminal Court, Civil Court, Administrative Court, Economic Court, Labor Court and Family and Juvenile Court.

In case of necessity, the National Assembly Standing Committee shall decide to establish other specialized courts at the proposal of the Chief Justice of the Supreme People's Court.

Based on this regulation and requirements of adjudicating practices of each of people’s courts of provinces and cities under directly central authority, Chief Justice of the Supreme People's Court shall decide the establishment of specialized courts.

c) Assisting apparatus.

Judge Committee of People's Court of provinces and municipalities

1.The Judge Committee of People's Courts of provinces or municipalities consists Chief Judge, Deputy Chief Judge and other judges. The number of Judge Committee members shall be decided by Chief Justice of the Supreme People's Court at the proposal of Chief Judges of People's Courts of provinces or municipalities.

Meetings of the Judge Committee of People's Courts of provinces or municipalities shall be chaired by the Chief Judge.

2. The Judge Committee of People's Courts of provinces or municipalities city shall have following duties and powers:

a) To discuss the implementation of work plans, programs of People's Courts of provinces, , municipalities;

b) To study reports of the Chief Judges of People's Courts of provinces, municipalities to be submitted to the Supreme People's Court and People's Council of the same level;

c) To summarize adjudication practices;

d) To discuss recommendations made by Chief Judges of People's Courts of provinces, municipalities to Chief Judge of the High People's Court or Chief Justice of the Supreme People's Court for the review of legally effective judgments and decisions under cassation or reopening procedure at the request of the Chief Judges.

Specialized Courts

Specialized Courts shall have the following duties and powers:

1. To hear first-instance cases as prescribed by the law.

2. To hear appeals from People's Courts of rural districts, urban districts, towns, cities or the equivalents which have not been legally effective and are appealed or protested against in accordance with the procedural law.

Assisting apparatus

1. Assisting apparatus of People's Courts of provinces and cities under directly central authority consists of Administration Division and other units.

2. Chief Justice of the Supreme People's Court shall decide the establishment and stipulate duties and powers of the Administration Division and other units of the supporting apparatus of the People's Court of provinces and municipalities.

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