Member State case law - Germany
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This page gives an overview of the case law in Germany.
The judiciary is entrusted with the right to justice; it is exercised by the Federal Constitutional Court, the federal courts and the courts of the 16 Länder (see Article 92 GG).
Online database of case law
On the internet for interested citizens, the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (Bundesministerium der Justiz und für Verbraucherschutz) provides decisions on the internet to interested citizens free of charge from the Federal Constitutional Court, the Supreme Courts of the Federal Government and the Federal Patent Court as from 2010.
Independently of this, the Federal Constitutional Court and the federal courts make decisions on non-commercial uses available free of charge on their respective websites. Press releases are also published on the website, which provide information on significant pending cases and the outcome thereof.
Since the Federal Republic of Germany is a federal state, the Länder regulate the publication of their judicial decisions. They have set up their own web sites on this basis, which are linked to the Justice Portal of the Federation and the federal states.
Case law on internet
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Federal Supreme Court, Federal Court of Social Court, Federal and Land
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Last update: 30/08/2019