Cyprus Mail

Cabinet approves change to appeals process in family court rulings

The cabinet on Tuesday approved a proposal tabled by the justice ministry to allocate a section of the court of appeals to hear cases against rulings of first instance from the family court.

Until now such appeals were heard by the family court of second instance.

The ministry said the move is part of efforts to reform and modernise the structures and functioning of the courts in general, “and in particular at the highest levels of justice”.

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