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High Court

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High court usually refers to the superior court (or supreme court) of a country or state. In some countries, it is the highest court (e.g. Australia). In others, it is positioned lower in the hierarchy of courts (e.g. in England & Wales).

List of high courts

Alphabetically by name of associated country:

  • High Court of Australia
  • High Court (Bhutan)
  • High people's courts in People's Republic of China
  • High Court of Justice (England and Wales)
  • High Court of Fiji
  • High Court (France)
  • High Court (Germany)
  • High Court (Guyana)
  • High Court (Hong Kong)
  • High Courts of India, several courts
  • High Court (Ireland)
  • High Court (Isle of Man)
  • High Courts of Japan
  • Haute Cour of Jerusalem
  • High Court (Kenya)
  • High Court (Lesotho)
  • High Courts (Malaysia)
  • High Court (Maldives) (not the supreme Court)
  • High Court (Morocco)
  • High Court (New Zealand)
  • High Courts of Nigeria
  • High Courts of Pakistan, several courts
  • High Court of Cassation and Justice (Romania)
  • High Court of Justiciary (Scotland)
  • High Court (Singapore)
  • High Court of Sri Lanka
  • High Court of South Africa
  • High Courts of Spain, several courts
  • High Court (Sweden)
  • High Court (Trinidad and Tobago)
  • References

    High Court Wikipedia


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