The Federal Supreme Court of the United Arab Emirates (sometimes called the Union Supreme Court) is the highest federal court in the United Arab Emirates.[1] The Federal Supreme Court looks into challenges made by litigants to judgments issued by the Federal Court of Appeal. Federal Supreme Court also retains jurisdiction, in certain circumstances, over exhaustive matters that no other type of Emirati court could look into. The court falls under the authority of the Ministry of Justice.[2]


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  2. ^ "Boost in young Emirati judges as UAE Supreme Court celebrates 40th anniversary The National". www.thenational.ae. Retrieved 2016-05-24.