The severe territorial losses and economic consequences induced by the Treaty of Trianon brought about a dramatic re-structuring of the Hungarian judicial system, too. The number, functions and competence of the various courts of justice could not stay intact, hence they were tailored to a country with a territory of 300,000 km² rather than a two-thirds smaller one. As a result the judicial system had also suffered huge losses with regard to its size and personnel alike.
Building of the Royal Court of Justice in Szeged
Published on - 2020-08-25 01:44:00