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Member State case law - Austria

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This section provides information on Austrian case law and relevant legal databases.


Online database of case law

Judgments made by Austrian courts are published in the Legal Information System of the Republic of Austria and can Link opens in new windowbe found at http://www.ris.bka.gv.at/. The decisions of the Supreme Courts and the Administrative Courts are widely published, while the other courts are only isolated.

The Legal Information System (RIS) of the Republic of Austria is an electronic database coordinated and operated by the Austrian Federal Chancellery. It announces in particular legislation published in the Bundesgesetzblatt (Austrian federal law gazette) and provides information about the law in the Federal Republic of Austria.

The RIS provides accessibility (WAI-AA according to WCAG 2.0).

Presentation of decisions/legislation

Supreme courts

Other courts

Case law presented with headlines

Yes

Partially

Headline example

Legal rule number RS0127077

Reference number 11 Os 87/11w

Decision date 25.8.2011

Text of the headline

Generally a headline is composed of the following elements: Number of the division: 11, procedure type reference: Os, running number: 87, and year: 11. Then the date of judgment is added: 25.8.2011.

European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) – International

The European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) can be found under this heading. It is a unique identifier for court judgments within the EU Member States.

Format

Judgments are available in the following formats: XML, RTF, PDF and HTML.

Courts and other institutions concerned

Supreme courts

  • Supreme Court
  • Constitutional Court
  • Administrative Court

Courts and other institutions

  • Higher regional courts and other courts (civil and criminal cases)
  • Federal Administrative Court (Bundesverwaltungsgericht) (BVwG)
  • Regional Administrative Courts (Landesverwaltungsgerichte) (LVwG)
  • Federal Finance Court (BFG, external)
  • Data Protection Authority (Datenschutzbehörde) (pre-2014: Data Protection Commission (Datenschutzkommission))
  • Disciplinary Commissions (Disziplinarkommissionen), Supreme Disciplinary Commission (Disziplinaroberkommission), Appeals Tribunal (Berufungskommission)
  • Staff Committee Supervisory Authority (before 2014: Staff Committee Supervisory Commission)
  • Equal treatment commissions from 2014
  • Equal treatment commissions from 2008 (external)
  • Independent Administrative Senate (selected decisions from 1991 to 2013, then LVwG)
  • Financial documentation, Independent Finance Senate (external; Decisions until 2013, then BFG)
  • Independent Federal Asylum Senate (selected decisions from 1998 to 2008)
  • Asylum Court (decisions from July 2008 to 2013, then BVwG)
  • Umweltsenat (selected decisions from 1994 to 2013, then BVwG)
  • Bundeskommunikationssenat (selected decisions from 2001 to 2013, then BVwG)
  • Procurement control authorities (selected decisions until 2013, then BVwG)

Note: Not all the answers below are applicable to all the above courts and tribunals)

Other procedures

Supreme courts

Other courts

Is information available on:

  • appeals?

No

No

  • whether a case is still pending?

No

No

  • the outcome of appeals?

No

yes, in so far as the decisions of the Supreme Courts are published

  • the irrevocability of the judgment?

Only irrevocable judgments are published.

Only irrevocable judgments are published.

  • further proceedings before:
  • another national court (Constitutional Court, etc.)?
  • the European Court of Justice?
  • the European Court of Human Rights?
  • Special summaries of the Supreme Court’s judgment indicate that procedures at another national or international high court are pending.

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

Publication rules

at national level?

at the level of courts?

Are there binding rules for the publication of judgments?

Yes

Yes

Sections 15, 15a OGH Act (OGH Act), 48a Judicial Organisation Act (GOG), Section 23 BFGG, Section 20 BVwGG

Supreme courts

Other courts

Are all judgments published or only a selection?

with certain limited exceptions.

only a small selection in the area of ordinary justice, comprehensive in the area of administrative justice

If a selection is made, what criteria are applied?

Judgments are published in full together with a summary.

Supreme Court judgments which reject an appeal without substantial reasoning are not published.

Judgments are published in full together with a summary.

Judgments by other courts are published if their significance extends beyond the individual case.


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Last update: 10/03/2020