Court of Appeal

Court of Appeal

Court of Appeal ist im englischen Sprachraum die Bezeichnung für das Appellationsgericht. Im Besonderen bezeichnet der Begriff unter anderem folgende Appellationsgerichte:

In Australien:

  • Australian Capital Territory Court of Appeal am Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory
  • Court of Appeal of New South Wales
  • Supreme Court of Victoria, Court of Appeal
  • Court of Appeal of the Northern Territory of Australia
  • Supreme Court of Queensland, Court of Appeal
  • Supreme Court of Western Australia, Court of Appeal


In Kanada:

  • Alberta Court of Appeal
  • British Columbia Court of Appeal
  • Federal Court of Appeal (Canada)
  • Manitoba Court of Appeal
  • Court of Appeal of New Brunswick
  • Supreme Court of Newfoundland (Court of Appeal)
  • Court of Appeal for the Northwest Territories
  • Nova Scotia Court of Appeal
  • Court of Appeal for Ontario
  • Quebec Court of Appeal
  • Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan
  • Court of Appeal of the Yukon Territory


In Hong Kong:

  • Court of Appeal (Hong Kong)


In Irland:


In Neuseeland:

  • Court of Appeal of New Zealand


In Südafrika:


Im Vereinigten Königreich:


In den Vereinigten Staaten haben 40 der 50 Bundesstatten Appellationsgerichte. Die Bundesstaaten Delaware, Maine, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming) verfügen über keine Appellationsgerichte.

  • Alabama Court of Civil Appeals
  • Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals
  • Alaska Court of Appeals
  • Arizona Court of Appeals
  • Arkansas Court of Appeals
  • California Courts of Appeal
  • Colorado Court of Appeals
  • Connecticut Appellate Court
  • Florida District Courts of Appeal
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Hawaii Intermediate Court of Appeals
  • Idaho Court of Appeals
  • Illinois Appellate Court
  • Indiana Court of Appeals
  • Iowa Court of Appeals
  • Kansas Court of Appeals
  • Kentucky Court of Appeals
  • Louisiana Circuit Courts of Appeal
  • Maryland Court of Special Appeals
  • Massachusetts Appeals Court
  • Michigan Court of Appeals
  • Minnesota Court of Appeals
  • Mississippi Court of Appeals
  • Missouri Court of Appeals
  • Nebraska Court of Appeals
  • New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division
  • New Mexico Court of Appeals
  • New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division
  • North Carolina Court of Appeals
  • North Dakota Court of Appeals
  • Ohio District Courts of Appeal
  • Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals
  • Oregon Court of Appeals
  • Pennsylvania Superior Court
  • Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court
  • South Carolina Court of Appeals
  • Tennessee Court of Appeals
  • Texas Court of Appeals
  • Utah Court of Appeals
  • Virginia Court of Appeals
  • Washington Court of Appeals
  • Wisconsin Courts of Appeal
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