|1. Subject Matter Jurisdiction
This Court is the final court for all administrative litigations of this country. Pursuant to §12 of the Organic Law of Administrative Court, §32 of the Intellectual Property Case Adjudication Act, and §235-1 of the Administrative Litigation Act, this Court has jurisdiction over the following matters:
(1) Appeals or interlocutory appeals against the judgments or rulings of the High Administrative Court.
(2) Appeals or interlocutory appeals against the judgments or rulings of the Intellectual Property Court that arise from administrative litigation.
(3) Appeal or interlocutory appeal cases heard by the High Administrative Courts which are transferred to Supreme Administrative Court for judgment or ruling by order on the ground that the former deems the transfer of jurisdiction is necessary to ensure consistent judgments and rulings.
(4) Other cases that, by statute, should be adjudicated by this Court.
2. Territorial Jurisdiction
The territorial jurisdiction of first-instance administrative courts is indicated in the chart below. The territorial jurisdiction of this Court belongs to various High Administrative Courts and the Intellectual Property Court.