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The Supreme Court of the Commonwealth constitutes the highest judicial authority of the British Commonwealth.
The Supreme Court of the Commonwealth is the court of the highest appeal level.
The Court hears appeals on arguable points of law of the greatest public importance, for the whole of the British Commonwealth in civil and criminal cases.
The Court has a Chief Justice and a Justice from each region where there is a General Commonwealth Court, currently 12, for a total of 13. Justices are nominated by the President of the Commonwealth and then confirmed by the House of the Supreme Congress of British Commonwealth.
The Court is based in Athens, Greece.