The initiation of proceeding before the Constitutional Court is made through a referral to the Court. Referrals are submitted in writing to the Secretariat of the Constitutional Court. The Secretariat immediately registers each referral in the Registrar of the Constitutional Court according to its order of submission. Referrals should be justified and necessary supporting information and documents should be attached.
The appeal may be lodged with the Court either in person or by mail. Applying to the Constitutional Court is facilitated by means of an appeal form. The Court’s Registry will assist you in filling in the form. You may send your inquiries to the following email address: [email protected]
According to the Constitution of Kosovo, the petitioner can be either Institutions or individuals (a physical or legal person).
In the event that the Constitutional Court finds the appeal admissible, it will request the respondent party to submit its reply or documents. Failure on the part of the respondent party to reply will not affect the proceedings before the Constitutional Court. The procedure is conducted in writing. However, the Court may decide to hold a public hearing when the issue pertinent to the adoption of a decision requires previous discussion. The appellant may present his/her case before the Constitutional court or he/she may designate a person to represent him/her. In the latter case, the appellant is advised to engage a lawyer to present the case. Your representative is obliged to produce a power of attorney.
Request for constitutional review of Judgment Rev. no. 276/2015, of the Supreme Court of Kosovo, of 14 October 201520.03.2017
Request for constitutional review of two judgments of the Supreme Court of Kosovo: Judgment Rev. no. 346/2014 of 24 March 2015, and Judgment Rev. no. 349/2014 of 3 February 201520.03.2017
Constitutional review of Judgment AC-I-13-0148-A0001 of the Appellate Panel of the Special Chamber of the Supreme Court of Kosovo on Privatization Agency of Kosovo Related Matters, of 31 March 201620.03.2017
Constitutional review Decision PN. I. No. 1802/2016 Court of Appeals 13 October 201620.03.2017