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General Jurisdiction: In prosecuting criminal offences, economic offences and petty offences, a public prosecutor proceeds before the court and other state organs, undertaking actions for which he/she is authorised by law. A public prosecutor proceeds in litigation, administrative, enforcement, noncontentious and other proceedings, performing actions for which he/she is authorised under a separate Law.
A public prosecutor acts within the constraints of his/her subject matter and territorial jurisdiction, within the framework of jurisdiction of the authorities
Subject matter jurisdiction of a public prosecutor's office is determined in accordance with provisions of the Law that are in effect for determining subject matter jurisdiction of a court.
Territorial jurisdiction of a public prosecutor's office is determined in accordance with the Law governing the seats and territories of public prosecutor's offices.

  • Jurisdiction of the Appellate Public Prosecutor's Office in Novi Sad
  • Jurisdiction of the Higher Public Prosecutor's Office in Novi Sad
  • Jurisdiction of the Basic Public Prosecutor's Office in Novi Sad

Jurisdiction of the Appellate Public Prosecutor's Office in Novi Sad

 

Territorial Jurisdiction of Appellate Public Prosecutor's Office in Novi Sad: 1. North Bačka District 2. Central Banat District 3. North Banat District 4. Mačva District 5. West Bačka District 6. South Bačka District 7. Srem District

 

 

Subject matter jurisdiction of a apellate public prosecutor's office is determined in accordance with provisions of the Law that are in effect for determining subject matter jurisdiction of a apellate court.

LAW ON ORGANISATION OF COURTS:
3. Jurisdiction of Appellate Courts
Article 24
Appellate courts decide on appeals against:
1. decisions of higher courts;
2. decisions of basic courts in criminal proceedings, unless under the jurisdiction of a higher court to decide on the appeal concerned;
3. judgements of basic courts in civil disputes, unless under the jurisdiction of a higher court to decide on the appeal concerned. Appellate courts decide on conflict of jurisdiction between lower instance courts under their territorial jurisdiction unless under the jurisdiction of a higher court, on transfer of jurisdiction of basic and higher courts when prevented or unable to proceed in a legal matter, and perform other tasks set forth by law.

 


Jurisdiction of the Higher Public Prosecutor's Office in Novi Sad

Territorial Jurisdiction of Higher Public Prosecutor's Office in Novi Sad

Subject matter jurisdiction of a higher public prosecutor's office is determined in accordance with provisions of the Law that are in effect for determining subject matter jurisdiction of a higher court.

LAW ON ORGANISATION OF COURTS:
2. Jurisdiction of Higher Courts
Article 23
A higher court in the first instance:
1. adjudicates for criminal offences punishable by imprisonment of more than ten years as the principal penalty;
2. adjudicates for criminal offences against the Army of Serbia; disclosure of state secret; incitement to change of constitutional order by use of force; provoking national, racial and religious hatred and intolerance, violation of territorial sovereignty; conspiracy for anti-constitutional activity; organising and incitement to genocide and war crimes; damaging the reputation of the Republic of Serbia; damaging the reputation of a foreign state or an international organisation; money laundering; disclosure of official secret; violation of law by a judge, public prosecutor and/or his/her deputy; endangerment of air traffic safety; provoked murder; rape;
3. adjudicates in juvenile criminal proceedings;
4. decides on petition to suspend security measures or legal consequences of the conviction for criminal offences under its jurisdiction;
5. decides on requests for rehabilitation;
6. decides on prohibition of distribution of press and dissemination of information through the media;
7. adjudicates in civil disputes where the value of the subject of the lawsuit allows review; in cases denying or proving paternity and maternity; copyright and other related rights, protection and use of inventions, designs, samples, hallmarks and signs of geographic origin unless under the jurisdiction of another court; in disputes in respect of publishing corrected versions of published information and
responses to published information and compensation for damage with respect to the publishing of information;
8. adjudicates in lawsuits on strikes; collective agreements if the lawsuit is not resolved through arbitration; mandatory social security unless under the jurisdiction of another court; on official record books; appointment and dismissal of bodies of legal entities unless under the jurisdiction of another court;
A higher court in the second instance shall decide on appeals against decisions taken by basic courts:
1. on imposing measures to secure presence of defendants; in expedited criminal proceedings;
2. against decisions in civil disputes; judgements in cases of small value; in enforcement and non-litigious proceedings.

A higher court shall conduct proceedings for extradition of indicted and convicted persons, enforce a criminal judgement of a foreign court, decide on recognising and enforcement of foreign court and arbitration-related decisions unless under the jurisdiction of another court, decide on conflict of jurisdiction between basic courts from its territory and perform other tasks set forth by law.

Jurisdiction of the Basic Public Prosecutor's Office in Novi Sad

Territorial Jurisdiction of Basic Public Prosecutor's Office in Novi SadSubject matter jurisdiction of a basic public prosecutor's office is determined in accordance with provisions of the Law that are in effect for determining subject matter jurisdiction of a basic court.

LAW ON ORGANISATION OF COURTS:
1. Jurisdiction of Basic Courts
Article 22
Basic courts adjudicate in the first instance for criminal offences punishable, as the principal penalty, by a fine or imprisonment of up to ten years and/or ten years unless some of these offences fall under the jurisdiction of another court, and shall decide on requests to suspend a security measure or legal consequences of the conviction for criminal offences under its
competence.
Basic courts adjudicate in the first instance in civil litigations, unless some of these fall under the jurisdiction of another court, and shall conduct enforcement and nonlitigious proceedings that are not under the jurisdiction of another court. Basic courts adjudicate in the first instance in housing disputes; disputes on commencement, existence and termination of employment; rights, obligations and responsibilities pursuant to employment; compensation for the damage suffered by an employee during work or related to work; disputes relating to satisfying housing needs on the basis of work.
Basic courts provide legal aid to citizens, extend mutual legal assistance and carry out other tasks specified by law.
It may be provided for by law that only certain basic courts from the territory of the same higher court proceed in particular legal matters.

 
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