Court Administration is an institution of direct administration subordinated to the Minister of Justice, organizing and ensuring the administrative work of district (city) courts, regional courts and Land Registry Offices.
Court Administration was established in 2004 to organize the administration of courts, promote the independence of courts and establish the potential and effectiveness of courts.
Court Administration organizes and ensures the administrative work of district (city) courts, regional courts and Land Registry Offices (hereinafter – judicial institutions) by ensuring record-keeping and training of judges and employees of judicial institutions, carrying out financial management and book-keeping of judicial institutions, supplying judicial institutions with material and technical resources, developing the information and communication technology infrastructure of judicial institutions, improving and maintaining the following information systems: State Unified Computerized Land Register, Court Information System, and Register of Enforcement Cases.
Court Administration is headed by its director who is approved by the Minister of Justice.
In this brochure you will find information about
the Court Administration of Latvia, its goals,
objectives, functions and role in the justice
system, as well as get acquainted with
the Latvian court system and its structure