Morocco Govt.: Law

Morocco Govt.: Law Last updated on Thursday 22nd April 2010

The Supreme Court is Morocco's highest judicial authority and presides in the capital.

There are also 15 courts of appeal. Important local cases are heard by regional tribunals while smaller cases are handled by local tribunals.

Labour disputes are heard in 14 labour tribunals throughout the country.

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