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Egyptian Council of States Decides Establishing 16 New Departments in the Administrative Court

Counselor/Mohamed Hossam El-din, the president of the Egyptian Council of State (the “Council”) announced a new decision of establishing 16 new departments in the Administrative Court (the “Court”) and including it to the other court’s Departments in Cairo and other Governorates, with defining its’ jurisdictions, which differs from one department to another. However, all departments to look at Execution Disputes and Problems and Compensation Claims.

All departments are based in the General Bureau buildings located in each governorate as follows:


1- Four departments in Giza:

  • Medical treatment costs at the State’s expense, transportation expenses for patients of staff in respect to their administrative disputes falls under the “Court” jurisdiction in Cairo and Giza.

  • Job allowances and all financial disputes for workers who are addressed by the provisions of Law No. 47 of 1978 (repealed) and Laws No. 18 of 2015 (repealed) and 81 of 2016 promulgating the Civil Service Law and their pensions or their heirs, except for what is within the jurisdiction of any other department.

  • Appeals against decisions issued by the conciliation committees appended to the executive formula in disputes that falls under the jurisdiction of this department.

  • Settlements, salaries, job allowances, pensions, and all financial disputes for employees of the Ministry of Foreign and Interior Affairs. It also applies on Ministers, Governors, their deputies, and faculty members in universities, except for Al-Azhar University. And the same for employees whose employment affairs are regulated by special regulations, or for their heirs.


2- Two departments in Abbasiya:

  • Tax on real estates and agricultural lands owned by companies or persons.

  • Tax on corporate profits.


3- Fayoum:

  • Appeals.


4- Banha:

  • Settlements for workers addressed by the provisions of Law No. 47 of 1978 (repealed) and Laws No. 18 of 2015 (repealed) and 81 of 2016 issuing the Civil Service Law or their heirs.

  • Appeals.


5- Shebeen El Koom:

  • All types of contracts and licenses.

  • Valuation of State’s lands.

  • Requisition and infringement of State’s properties.

  • Removal of infringing buildings.


6- Alexandria:

  • Taxes on legal person’s profits, self-employed and Stamp duty, and state financial resources development fee.


7- Tanta:

  • All types of licenses.


8- Mansoura:

  • Appeals on employment disputes verdicts.


9- Port Saied:

  • Employees addressed by the provisions of Law No. 47 of 1978 (repealed) and Laws No. 18 of 2015 (repealed) and Laws No. 81 of 2016.




10- Sohag:

  • Settlements, salaries, bonuses, in-kind benefits, pensions, and all financial disputes for workers addressed by the provisions of Law No. 47 of 1978 (repealed) and Laws No. 18 of 2015 (repealed) and 81 of the year.


11- Hurghada:

  • Workers addressed by the provisions of Law No. 47 of 1978 (repealed) and Laws No. 18 of 2015 (repealed) and Law No. 81 of 2016.

Article two of the decision stipulates that all cases and appeals that have become within the jurisdiction of the departments stipulated in the article one of this decision, by a decision of the head of the department, shall be referred to the lists collected no later than the 1st of September 2021, unless they are reserved for judgment, and the heads of the departments shall set sessions to look at them, during the month of October 2021, and notify the concerned parties of these sessions.


For further information or to discuss Egypt’s new (Law No. 47 of 1972) in more detail, please contact:

Muhammed Abu Daif

or

Omar Abu Daif

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