Supreme Court of New Batavia
The Supreme Court of New Batavia (Hooggerechtshof) was established by the Union of Utrecht in 2007. The Supreme Court was retained by the constitutions of the Second, Third and Fourth Republic.
On October 3, 2007 Erwin V.H. was appointed Chief Justice. He remained Chief Justice until the government went into exile in 2011.
On December 9, 2020 Abdullah van Nedersticht was appointed Chief Justice.
Second Republic Era
|2008-11-30||Xander v. the Cabinet||On the legality of the referendum|
|2009-01-26||The President v. the National Assembly||On the constitutionality of the Intelligence Bill|
|2009-03-26||Frans v. the President||On the violation of the separation of powers by the President|
|2009-11-23||Frans v. the National Assembly||On the language of a friendship treaty and its translation into Dutch|
|2009-11-17||Frans v. the National Assembly||On the law on the Economy of the Small Commonwealth. This law and the law on human rights were both dismissed|
Fourth Republic Era
|2020-12-13||The President v. the Majlis-ash-Shoera||A treaty is part of New Batavian law, hence it must be in Dutch language as per article 6 of the Constitution. The treaty between Hurmu and New Batavia is unconstitutional.|