“The Supreme Administrative Court plays a central role in the rule of law in Swedish society. We guide the application of law within the area of administrative law by creating precedents in areas such as social insurance, taxation and public procurement. Many of our rulings have an international connection, particularly to European law,” says President of the Supreme Administrative Court, Justice Helena Jäderblom.
The Court has translated and published two judgments concerning European Union law, regarding value added taxation and coupon tax. You will also find information regarding the Court’s role, operations, organization, history and about the 16 justices.
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About the Supreme Administrative Court
The Supreme Administrative Court hears appeals in administrative law cases. The most important function of the Court is to create precedents through its rulings.
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