May 20, 2017

CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE OF THE STATE OF ERITREA

BOOK VI – APPEAL, EXTRAORDINARY REVIEW, THIRD-PARTY OPPOSITION AND REVISION

TITLE I – APPEAL

Chapter 1. – Judgments Subject to Appeal

Art. 360. – Principle.

(1) A final judgment may be subject to a first appeal in accordance with the provisions of this Code.

(2) There shall be no right of second appeal except in accordance with the provisions of this Code.

Art. 361. – Appellate Jurisdiction.

(1) A first appeal may be made as of right from the decision of

(a) a Community court to the Regional court in whose territorial jurisdiction such Community court lies;

(b) a Regional court to the High Court; or

(c) the High Court to the Supreme Court.

(2) If the appellate court confirms the judgment of the lower court the decision shall be final as to the appellant except as provided in Article 362(1).

(3) Where the first appellate court reverses the judgment of the lower court the respondent on the first appeal may appeal further to the court of the next level and the decision of the second appellate court shall be final as to both parties except as provided in Article 362(1).

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