This paper presents the challenge to the ruling of Bankruptcy This paper presents the challenges against the judgment of Bankruptcy in light of the new judicial systems in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which has changed significantly the UK litigation system. Where was the creation of specialized courts, including commercial courts, the adoption of the principle of litigation on the two instances, and the establishment of the Supreme Court to monitor the proper application of the provisions of Shariaa and regulations (laws). Therefore, bankruptcy suits have become passed by two phases of litigation. The first instance in front of first-class commercial court, and again before the Court of Appeal. This paper explains the ways to object to the judgment of bankruptcy before the Court of Appeal as a ordinary means, and then to the Supreme Court as a extraordinary means, according to the provisions contained in the new Saudi legal pleadings Act issued in 2/1/ 1435H. The Paper concluded that the need to change the Saudi commercial system issued in 1350H, and change the name of the commercial court system to the commerce Act, so as to take into account the fundamental changes that have occurred in the bankruptcy system, both in terms of procedures and in terms of the subject.
Makhlouf, Ahmed Jr
"Appeal against the Judgment of Bankruptcy In light of The New Judicial Systems in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,"
Journal Sharia and Law: Vol. 2017:
71, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2017/iss71/4