Organisation of the court network in Montenegro


The Supreme Court  is the highest court in Montenegro and its seat is in Podgorica.
 
The Administrative Court is established for the territory of Montenegro and its seat is in Podgorica.
 
The Appellate Court is established for the territory of Montenegro and its seat is in Podgorica.
 
The Commercial Court is established for the territory of Montenegro and its seat in Podgorica.
 
High courts are established as:
 
1) High Court in Bijelo Polje – for the territories of Basic Courts in Bijelo Polje, Berane, Žabljak, Kolašin, Plav, Pljevlja and Rožaje; and
2) High Court in Podgorica – for the territories of Basic Courts in Podgorica, Bar, Danilovgrad, Kotor, Nikšić, Ulcinj, Herceg Novi and Cetinje.
 
Basic courts are established as:
 
1) Basic Court in Bar – for the territory of the municipality of Bar;
2) Basic Court in Berane – for the territory of the municipalities of Berane and Andrijevica;
3) Basic Court in Bijelo Polje – for the territory of the municipalities of Bijelo Polje and Mojkovac;
4) Basic Court in Danilovgrad – for the territory of the municipality of Danilovgrad;
5) Basic Court in Žabljak – for the territory of the municipality of Žabljak and Šavnik;
6) Basic Court in Kolašin – for the territory of the municipality of Kolašin;
7) Basic Court in Kotor – for the territory of the municipalities of Kotor, Budva and Tivat;
8) Basic Court in Nikšić – for the territory of the municipalities of Nikšić and Plužine;
9) Basic Court in Plav – for the territory of the municipality of Plav;
10) Basic Court in Pljevlja – for the territory of the municipality of Pljevlja;
11) Basic Court in Podgorica – for the territory of the Capital of Podgorica;
12) Basic Court in Rožaje – for the territory of the municipality of Rožaje;
13) Basic Court in Ulcinj – for the territory of the municipality of Ulcinj;
14) Basic Court in Herceg Novi – for the territory of the municipality of Herceg Novi;
 
High Misdemeanour Court is established for the territory of Montenegro and its seat is in Podgorica.
 
Misdemeanour Courts are established as:
 
1) Misdemeanour Court in Bijelo Polje, for the territory of the municipalities of: Bijelo Polje, Andrijevica, Berane, Gusinje, Žabljak, Kolašin, Mojkovac, Petnjica, Plav, Pljevlja and Rožaje, with divisions in:
Berane – for the territory of the municipalities of Berane, Andrijevica and Petnjica;
Žabljak – for the territory of the municipality of Žabljak; 
Plav – for the territory of the municipalities of Plav and Gusinje;
Pljevlja – for the territory of the municipality of Pljevlja; 
Rožaje – for the territory of the municipality of Rožaje;
Kolašin – for the territory of the municipality of Kolašin; 
Mojkovac – for the territory of the municipality of Mojkovac.
 
2) Misdemeanour Court in Budva, for the territory of the municipalities of: Budva, Bar, Kotor, Tivat, Herceg Novi and Ulcinj, with divisions in:
Bar – for the territory of the municipality of Bar;
Kotor – for the territory of the municipalities of Kotor and Tivat;
Herceg Novi – for the territory of the municipality of Herceg Novi;
Ulcinj – for the territory of the municipality of Ulcinj.
 
3) Misdemeanour Court in Podgorica, for the territory of the Capital City of Podgorica, Old Royal Capital Cetinje and the municipalities of Danilovgrad , Nikšić, Plužine and Šavnik, with divisions in:
Old Royal Capital Cetinje – for the territory of the municipality of the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje;
Danilovgrad – for the territory of the municipality of Danilovgrad;
Nikšić – for the territory of the municipalities of Nikšić, Plužine and Šavnik.