Courts and Tribunals

In compliance with the Constitution, courts and tribunals are responsible for exercising judicial power. They are independent in the exercise of their functions.

The Constitution and special acts of legislation lay down the foundations necessary to keep the judges free from all influence from the executive and legislative powers, but also to grant their independence from the citizens.

Luxembourg has a Constitutional Court, and two jurisdictions:

  1. ordinary Courts of Law,
  2. Administrative Jurisdictions.

The justice portal is the official website of the Grand Duchy's judicial administration. It is published by the public prosecutor's office and provides neutral information about the country's judicial system.

  • Updated 28-04-2015