GLOSSARY TERM  
  Court structure in Hong Kong  
 
  DESCRIPTION  
  Hong Kong's court structure consists of the Court of Final Appeal (which replaced the Privy Council), the High Court (made up of the Court of Appeal and the Court of First Instance), and the District Court (which includes the Family Court). Justices of the Court of Final Appeal are appointed by Hong Kong's Chief Executive. Other adjudicative bodies include the Lands Tribunal, the Magistrates' Courts, the Juvenile Court, the Coroner's Court, the Labour Tribunal, the Small Claims Tribunal, and the Obscene Articles Tribunal.