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Thamer Ismail Hussein


The cassation appeal is an unusual way to challenge judgments and some of the decisions issued by all civil courts, with the aim of cassation or amendment by the Court of Cassation or the Court of Appeal in its cassation capacity, each according to its jurisdiction, and the cassation appeal as an unusual way that the opponent may not take unless specific reasons are available. For example, through it, no pleading is done, but it is limited to examining the case papers and making sure that the law is applied properly. Courts conform to the law as wanted by the legislator.


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Hussein, T. I. (2023). Obligatory cassation in the civil case - a comparative study. Al-Kitab Journal for Human Sciences, 6(9), 403–420.