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The appeal in cassation to the Federal Supreme Court is admissible against cantonal second-instance main judgments and such first-instance judgments that are not subject to appeal under cantonal law, as well as against negative decisions by a last-instance cantonal referral authority and decisions on jurisdiction by cantonal courts; against judgments by the jury, although conceivable, is illusory due to lack of motivation.

Term-Nr.: 81

German: Kassationsbeschwerde (455)

Source: LK-Lötscher, 11.05.2020

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