Labour Court and Its Cases

 

Specialization

Labor Court has jurisdiction over the suits filed by employees against their natural or legal employers in private sectors concerning their rights resulting from labor ties by virtue of their individual labor contracts approved by concerned Ministry, as well as it views countersuits filed by employers in these cases. This court has two circuits, the minor circuits, which consist of a single judge to view the labor cases of a value less than one hundred thousand Dirham as well as counter cases regardless of their value. The second one is the major circuits which consist of three Judges presided by one of them who would look the labor claims of more than one hundred thousand Dirham as well as the counter cases regardless of their value

 

Labor cases of Full Jurisdiction

Labor cases of full jurisdiction are cases introduced by workers against their employers in the private sector in order to protect their rights emanating from the labor relationship by virtue of labor contracts supervised by the concerned ministry, whenever their value is in excess of 100000 Dirham.

 

Labor cases of Summary Jurisdiction

Labor cases of summary jurisdiction are cases introduced by workers against their employers in the private sector to protect their rights emanating from the labor relationship by virtue of labor contracts supervised by the concerned ministry, whenever their value does not exceed 100000 Dirham.

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