Royal Court Table, Zagreb

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The Royal Court Table (Croatian: Kraljevski sudbeni stol) of Zagreb was the main court of first instance in the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia between 1850 and 1918.

The Habsburg Monarchy reorganized its judiciary in 1850 when the Tabula Banalis (Ban's Table) became the appellate court for all courts in Croatia and Slavonia, including the Land Court (Zemaljski sud), renamed to the Royal County Court Table (Kraljevski županijski sudbeni stol) in 1862, and finally the Royal Court Table according to the Organization of Courts of the First Instance Act dated November 21, 1874. It was the court of first instance with criminal and major civil jurisdiction, while the subordinate courts from the area of central Croatia used it as an appellate court until 1850.[1]

From 1862 the supreme court of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia was the Table of Seven (Croatian: Stol sedmorice).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "HR-DAZG-84 Sudbeni stol u Zagrebu" (in Croatian). Croatian State Archives. 2008-10-28. Retrieved 2012-04-11.