Parties addressing the court

The parties may address the Court orally and in writing, regarding a case within the purview of the Court, and in writing only, regarding complaints against the work of the courts or judges, and in case of urgency.

COMPLAINT AGAINST THE WORK OF THE COURT: The provisions of Article 8 of the Law on Organization of Courts ("Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia" No. 116/08, 104/09, 101/10, 31/11, 78/11, 101/11 and 101/13 ) and Article 9 of the Book of Court Rules ("Official Gazette of RS" No. 110/09, 70/11, 19/12 and 89/13) regulate the right of the parties and other participants in the proceedings to complain about the work of the court when they feel that the proceedings are being delayed, or that there are irregularities or any type of influence on the course or the outcome of the proceedings.

In accordance with Article 55 of the Law on Organization of Courts, the Court President acts upon the citizens’ complaints.

If you decide to lodge a complaint to the President of the Court through the Supreme Court by e-mail, you must fill out the enclosed form which should contain minimum information needed for appropriate action (name of the court, mark and number of the case, a brief summary).

It is essential that these data be submitted on a form that is personally signed by the applicant, scanned, and then attached to an e-mail (attachment).

A complaint can be submitted via e-mail using the following address: or by regular mail to the Supreme Court of Cassation.

Legality and regularity of court decisions cannot be the subject of discussion in the complaints.