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Qatar Legislation Services

Request Appeal of Court Ruling from Public Prosecution

  • Last Updated 17 Feb, 2021
  • Service Type : E-Service
  • Service Mode : Hybrid (Online and Offline)
  • Service Provider : Public Prosecution
  • Service Classification : G2C, G2B, G2G
  • Topic : Religion and Community
Intended Audience
Visitor: Business Owner
Citizen: Business Owner, Employee
Resident: Employee

Service Description

A plaintiff, victim or their representatives, upon a legal power of attorney issued by the Ministry of Justice, may submit a request online to the Public Prosecution to appeal a court ruling after no more than 60 days of its issuance. This request is subject to the approval of the prosecutor at the Cassation and Appeal Prosecution.

In case a defendant desires to appeal a court ruling made against him/her, s/he shall refer to the competent court.

Online Instructions

  • Login to the e-services portal of the Public Prosecution using Tawtheeq account.
  • Browse the “Services” menu, and click on “Requests Related to Court Ruling”, then “Appeal of judgment”.
  • Fill out the online form entering all the required information.
  • Attach the following documents:
    • Original document showing reasons for court ruling
    • Printed letter clarifying reasons for appeal
    • For representative: Copy of an official power of attorney and QID Copy
  • Click on “Send”.

Offline Instructions

  • Attend in person to the Public Prosecution headquarters.
  • Fill out the paper form.
  • Submit the required, above-mentioned documents.

Service Center

Public Prosecution headquarters (View Google Maps)


No fees are required for this service.

Additional Information

  • This service is available online around the clock or by visiting the Public Prosecution building during the official working hours, from Sunday to Thursday from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm.
  • This service requires two days to be completed.

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