THE LAW OF THE ORGANIZATION OF
CHAPTER I.Article 1.
General Provisions for the Courts
The courts are divided into three classes0:--
|(2) District Courts.|
|(3) High Courts.|
|(4) The Court of Cassation.|
The jurisdiction of the courts shall be both
civil and criminal, but shall not extend to such cases under
military or administrative law as are specially provided for by
law or ordinance.Article 3.
Registrations and other noncontentious matters shall be within the jurisdiction of the courts as provided
by law or ordinance.Article 4.
The jurisdiction of a District Court shall be
exercised by one or three judges as follows:--
|(1) Cases to be tried in the District Courts as
Courts of First Instance shall be heard before
|(2) Cases to be tried in the District Courts as
Courts of Appeal shall be heard before three
judges sitting together.|