Paderborn Regional Court
Seat and District of the Court
The seat of the court is Paderborn in North Rhine-Westphalia . The judicial district includes the cities and communities Altenbeken , Anröchte , Bad Driburg , Bad Lippspringe , Bad Wünnenberg , Beverungen , Borchen , Borgentreich , Brakel , Büren (Westphalia) , Delbrück , Erwitte , Geseke , Hövelhof , Höxter , Nieheim , Marienmünster ,Lichtenau (Westphalia) , Lippstadt , Paderborn , Salzkotten , Steinheim (Westphalia) , Warburg and Willebadessen .
The court is located at Am Bogen 2-4 with the Paderborn District Court in one building.
Superordinate and subordinate courts
The Regional Court Paderborn parent Higher Regional Court , the Higher Regional Court of Hamm . The district courts of Brakel , Delbrück , Höxter , Lippstadt , Paderborn and Warburg are subordinate . The following district courts had been subordinate to the Paderborn Regional Court since 1879 and were later dissolved: Borgentreich , Fürstenberg , Lichtenau and Nieheim on September 30, 1932, Beverungen , Erwitte and Rüthen on July 1, 1969, Salzkotten on July 1, 1975, Büren on January 1 1977 and Geseke and Steinheim as of December 31, 1978.
From 1846 the Hardehauser Hof served as the official residence for the presidents of the Appeals Court and, later, of the Paderborn Regional Court .
- Internet presence of the Paderborn Regional Court
- Overview of the jurisdiction of the Paderborn Regional Court
- § 1 of the Prussian ordinance on the repeal of local courts of July 30, 1932.
- § 1 of the first law amending the organization of the ordinary courts of June 24, 1969.
- Section 41 (3) of the Sauerland / Paderborn Act of November 5, 1974.
- Section 4 of the second law amending the organization of the ordinary courts of July 6, 1976.
- Section 6 of the third law amending the organization of the ordinary courts of July 11, 1978.