DO YOU KNOW how the Appellate Jurisdiction of the Caribbean Court of Justice works?

20 Nov 2011

In its Appellate Jurisdiction, the Caribbean Court of Justice hears appeals from courts in civil and in criminal cases. These appeals are from courts of those CARICOM countries which no longer go to a court in England called Her Majesty’s Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. Being a final Court of Appeal means that the decision of that Court is FINAL.

The Caribbean Court of Justice is a final court. There are no appeals from the decisions of the CCJ to any other court in the world.