England Judicial System
Moreover the current England judicial system is prearranged in the form of a pyramid, along with the Court of Appeal at the apex there the High Court immediately under it and then the subordinate courts containing of the Kadhi's Court, Resident Magistrate's Court and District Magistrate's Court, the Court Martial. Thus this structure of the courts is support on the Constitution, the Magistrate's Courts Act 1967 and Kadhi's Courts Act 1967.
The basic structure of the England courts may be described by the aid of the following diagram as;
Here the arrows point at the court to that an appeal lies from a lower court as;