Senja District Court

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Location
69°13'45"N
017°58'45"E
Country
 Norway
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Senja District Court (Norwegian: Senja tingrett) is a district court located in the town of Finnsnes in Troms county, Norway. The court serves the central and southeastern part of the county which includes the municipalities of Bardu, Berg, Dyrøy, Lenvik, Målselv, Torsken, Tranøy and Sørreisa. The court is subordinate to the Hålogaland Court of Appeal. The court is led by the chief judge (Sorenskriver) Frank Kjetil Olsen. This court employs a chief judge and two other judges.The court is a court of first instance. Its judicial duties are mainly to settle criminal cases and to resolve civil litigation as well as bankruptcy. The administration and registration tasks of the court include death registration, issuing certain certificates, performing duties of a notary public, and officiating civil wedding ceremonies. Cases from this court are heard by a combination of professional judges and lay judges. Cases from this district court may be appealed to the Hålogaland Court of Appeal.
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