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High Court of Justice


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Dobrin and Tzur v Israel Prison Service and ors, Original petition to the Supreme Court sitting as the High Court of Justice, HCJ 2245/06, ILDC 2407 (IL 2006), 13th June 2006, Israel; Supreme Court; Supreme Court as High Court of Justice

Hashiyeh and Hashiyeh v Military Commander of the West Bank, Original petition to the High Court of Justice, HCJ 6745/15, ILDC 2555 (IL 2015), 11th November 2015, Israel; Supreme Court; Supreme Court as High Court of Justice

New Family and ors v Minister of Labor and Welfare, Petition to the High Court of Justice, HCJ 4293/01, ILDC 1261 (IL 2009), 24th March 2009, Supreme Court

M K v Minister of Justice and High Court in Prague (joining), Constitutional complaint, II. ÚS 670/12, ILDC 2049 (CZ 2012), 5th September 2012, Czech Republic; Constitutional Court

Barake v Minister of Defence of Israel and ors, Original petition to the high court of justice, HCJ 3114/02, ILDC 369 (IL 2002), 14th April 2002, Supreme Court as Court of First Instance

Adalah (Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel) v Minister of Interior of Israel and ors, Original petition to the High Court of Justice, HCJ 7052/03, ILDC 393 (IL 2006), 14th May 2006, Supreme Court as Court of First Instance

Head of Beit Iksa Local Council and ors v Minister of Defence and ors, Original petition to the High Court of Justice, HCJ 281/11, ILDC 1854 (IL 2011), 6th September 2011, Supreme Court as Court of First Instance

Beilin v Prime Minister of Israel and Israel, Original petition to the high court of justice, HCJ 6204/06, ILDC 468 (IL 2006), 1st August 2006, Supreme Court as Court of First Instance

Hotline for Migrant Workers and ors v Minister of Defence and ors, Original petition to the High Court of Justice, HCJ 7302/07, ILDC 1744 (IL 2011), 7th July 2011, Supreme Court as Court of First Instance

Yesh Din — Volunteers for Human Rights v Commander of the IDF Forces in the West Bank and ors, High Court of Justice judgment, HCJ 2164/09, ILDC 1820 (IL 2011), 26th December 2011, Supreme Court as Court of First Instance

 

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A court created by the Judicature Acts 1873–75, forming part of the Supreme Court of Judicature. Under Part 7 of the Civil Procedure Rules, which sets out the rules for starting proceedings, the High Court is restricted to (1) personal injury claims of £50,000 or more, (2) other claims exceeding £15,000, (3) specialist High Court claims that are required to be placed on a specialist list (e.g. the Commercial List), and (4) claims that are required by statute to be commenced in the High Court. The High Court has appellate jurisdiction in civil and criminal matters (see feature The Appeals System. It is divided into the three Divisions: the Queen's Bench Division, Chancery Division, and Family Division.

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