Structure of the civil courts

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  • Supreme court
    • Court of appeal
      • High court
        • Queens Bench Divison
          • Contract and tort. D
        • County Court
          • Tribunals
            • Appeals from the high court, county court and tribunals
              • Court of appeal
                • High court
                  • Queens Bench Divison
                    • Contract and tort. D
                  • County Court
                    • Tribunals
                      • Appeals from the high court, county court and tribunals
                        • Family Division
                          • Equity and trusts E.g Tax and bankruptcy
                        • Hears appeals and makes decisions on immigration, social security, child support, pensions, tax and lands.
                      • Chancery divison
                        • Dissolution in marriage. Proceedings related to children.
                      • Family Division
                        • Equity and trusts E.g Tax and bankruptcy
                      • Deals with small claims (Explain what they are)
                    • Chancery divison
                      • Dissolution in marriage. Proceedings related to children.
                    • Deals with Fast track and mutli track claimes (explain what they are)
                  • Link in with Young v Bristol Aeroplane
              • Hears appeals and makes decisions on immigration, social security, child support, pensions, tax and lands.
            • Deals with small claims (Explain what they are)
          • Deals with Fast track and mutli track claimes (explain what they are)
        • Link in with Young v Bristol Aeroplane
      • Appeals from the court of appeal and high court. Link in with the practice statement

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