Jurisdiction of the World Supreme Court

Sec. A - Jurisdiction of the World Supreme Court

A World Supreme Court shall be established, together with such regional and district World Courts as may subsequently be found necessary. The World Supreme Court shall comprise a number of benches.

The World Supreme Court, together with such regional and district World Courts as may be established, shall have mandatory jurisdiction in all cases, actions, disputes, conflicts, violations of law, civil suits, guarantees of civil rights and human rights, constitutional interpretations, and other litigation arising under the provisions of this World Constitution, world legislation, and the body of world law approved by the World Parliament.

Decisions of the World Supreme Court shall be binding on all parties involved in all cases, actions and litigation brought before any bench of the World Supreme Court for settlement. Each bench of the World Supreme Court shall constitute a court of highest appeal, except when matters of extra-ordinary public importance are assigned or transferred to the Superior Tribunal of the World Supreme Court, as provided in Section E (Superior Tribunal) of Article IX (World Judiciary).

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