Supreme Court of Spain
The Supreme Court of Spain is the highest court in Spain for all matters not pertaining to the Spanish Constitution. The court which meets in the Convent of the Salesas Reales
Convent of the Salesas Reales
The Convent of the Salesas Reales is an 18th-century architectural complex in central Madrid, Spain. Formerly a convent, specifically the convent of the Visitación de Nuestra Señora , it was constructed and occupied by the Order of the Visitation of Holy Mary, which had been founded by St. Francis...

 in Madrid, consists of a president and an indeterminate number of magistrates appointed to the five chambers of the court.


The Supreme Court is divided into 5 chambers, each dealing with a specific aspect of the law.
  1. Civil
    Civil law
    Civil law may refer to:* Civil law , a branch of continental law which is the general part of private law* Civil law , a branch of common law dealing with relations between individuals or organizations...

  2. Penal
    Penal law
    In the most general sense, penal is the body of laws that are enforced by the State in its own name and impose penalties for their violation, as opposed to civil law that seeks to redress private wrongs...

  3. Contentious-Administrative
  4. Social
  5. Military
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