Caselist23. mai 2018 kl. 12.30–14.30 (torsdag 24. mai 2018 kl. 09.00–11.45) – Høyesteretts Annen avdeling
Sak nr. 2017/2028, sivil sak, anke over dom: Borgarting lagmannsretts dom av 4. oktober 2017. Forvaltningsrett. Gyldigheten av vedtak om avliving av hund.23. mai 2018 kl. 09.00 – Høyesteretts Første avdeling
Sak nr. 2017/1891, sivil sak, anke over dom: Borgarting lagmannsretts dom av 30. juni 2017. Forvaltningsrett. Om gyldigheten av vedtak som ved forskrift endrer tariff for skiping av gass i Gassled.Case list
Grand Chamber judgment
On 9 May 2018 at 13:00, judgment will be handed down by the Supreme Court in Grand Chamber in a ground rent case.
The main issue is the Norwegian Building Lease Act's consistency with the provisions on protection of property in the European Convention on Human Rights. The appeal was heard on 9 – 11 April 2018.
Parties to the case are the municipality of Nannestad v. Rådyrveien housing cooperative. Case no. 2017/1693, civil case, appeal against a reappraisal decision.
The state represented by the Ministry of Justice and Public Security will attend pursuant to the Norwegian Dispute Act section 30-13.
The Supreme Court in 2017
In 2017, the Supreme Court received 2141 appeals, of which 800 were appeals against judgments.
Annual Report 2017
Full-text rulings in English
The Supreme Court now has its own legal translator, which allows us to provide a larger number of translated full-text rulings. These rulings are selected based on what we believe may be of interest outside Norway.
Under Summaries you will find a summary of all rulings.
Chief Justice Toril Marie Øie
Chief Justice Toril Marie Øie of the Supreme Court of Norway was appointed in March 2016. She is the 20th Chief Justice in the 200-year history of the Supreme Court.
Toril Marie Øie is the first woman to hold this office.
The Supreme Court
The main function of the Supreme Court is to ensure clarity and development of the law.
The Supreme Court has general jurisdiction and hears all types of cases, civil as well as criminal, and cases pertaining to administrative law and constitutional law.
The Norwegian Supreme Court wishes to promote openness and transparency in its activities.