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Article 112 Of Chapter 11
Section: Penalties and Disciplinary Actions

The Court of Appeal shall form one or more Penal Circuits and one or more Non-penal Circuits, with competence to hear the appeals of judgments issued by the Capital Market Court. The rule of this court shall be final and conclusive and may not be challenged by any method of appeal. The appeal circuits at the Court of Appeal and at the Court of First Instance shall continue to hear appeals filed before them in respect of judgments issued in lawsuits that have become subject to the jurisdiction of the Capital Market Court or those that are filed before it after the entry into force of this Law until a conclusive judgment is issued in the merits thereof.

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