Court of Appeal of Athens – Case Number 3604/2019

In case of a first degree adjudication declaring that it is partially final, appeal is not even permitted against the final ordinance part, before the court issue the complete final adjudication, with the exception of the instance where, the participation of multiple defendants is allowed or the file of multiple actions based on the same legal grounds and on the same background. In this case, the first degree adjudication has to be final for at least one of the multiple defendants, whereas for the rest of the defendants or for another co-adjudicated action has to be non final. Hence, the final adjudication against every single defendant is “self – efficient” and the court trial is terminated. This adjudication, against the certain defendant is receptive to be appealed, even before the final adjudication is served to the rest of the multiple defendants.