Chancery of the Supreme Court

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Chancery of the Supreme Court is the structural unit of Administration, which ensures uniform record keeping in Departments of the Supreme Court.

Court secretaries, secretaries of court hearings, interpreters and technical secretaries work in the Chancery.

Work of the Chancery has been planned and organised by the Head of the Chancery.

The Chancery organises and ensures circulation of case files and documents related to proceedings, which have been received in the Supreme Court – it registers court cases, examines received documents, prepares case files for review, sends notifications, processes and sends court cases after adjudication thereof, supervises observation of terms of execution of correspondence documents.

Court secretaries enter case advancement data in the Court Information System (CIS).

The Chancery provides recording of minutes of court hearings.

Within its competence, the Chancery provides responses to applications and requests submitted. The Chancery provides supply of unclassified information and that of limited accessibility, in the Chancery participants of cases may get acquainted with case files, and students – with rulings of the Supreme Court necessary for studies.   

The Chancery prepares and transfers cases, copies of rulings and other documents related to court cases to court archives to be stored.