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Constitution does not stipulate unified law for all courts — ruling

By Petra - Jan 20,2014 - Last updated at Jan 20,2014

AMMAN — The Constitutional Court on Monday ruled that the Constitution does not mandate drawing up a unified law for the judicial authority to govern all courts, regardless of their areas of concern.

Ahmad Tbeishat, the Constitutional Court’s spokesperson, said the ruling was in response to an inquiry received from the government.

In reply to another question submitted by the government, the court said administrative courts fall under the category of civil courts and not private courts.

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