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The Cour de cassation (Court of cassation) is the highest court in the French judiciary. Sitting in the historic law courts of Paris on the Île de la Cité (center of Paris), this institution has a key role: unifying and monitoring the interpretation of law. The Court thus ensures everyone equal treatment before the judge. As its decisions establish the main legal principles that structure our society and concern many aspects of our daily lives, the Cour de cassation plays an essential role in the functioning of democracy.

Presentation of the Court by Chantal Arens, First President

The Prosecutor General's office presented by François Molins, Prosecutor General

International strategy of the Court of cassation

Translated rulings

Effective right of access to a court under Article 6§1 of ECHR and inadmissibility of the appeal lodged against the decisions of the director of the French national institute of industrial property

Effective right of access to a court under Article 6§1 of European Convention on Human Rights and inadmissibility of the appeal lodged agai...

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