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There are twelve General Commonwealth Courts, each court is equal:
The Court hears cases in first instance, which are not referred to any of the five highest court of the Commonwealth, or a special court. Also deals with appeals against decisions (of first instance) by the specialised courts.
Each General Court has 7 Judges, nominated by highest court in each member nation and confirmed by non-objection vote of President of the Commonwealth.
The current number of General Courts is twelve, but potentially can increase to twenty courts.