The judicial system of the Kyrgyz Republic is represented by the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic, and local courts. The Constitutional Chamber operates within the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic. Judicial power is executed through constitutional, civil, criminal, administrative, and other forms of proceeding.
It should also be noted that in the Kyrgyz Republic there exist courts of arbitration courts which resolve civil disputes out of court. However, there is no separate law on international commercial arbitration. An award is enforceable under a write of execution issued by the state court. In addition, the state court may order provisional measures in the legal cases reviewed by the permanent court of arbitration.
General jurisdiction courts have the following system:
Constitutional surveillance is carried out by the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Enforcement of Judgment
Under the legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic the power to enforce decisions, rulings, and resolutions on civil, commercial, administrative cases, as well as sentences, rulings, and resolutions on criminal cases in the part of property claims, rests with the enforcement officer of the court.
In the Kyrgyz Republic, the judicial system includes the Judicial Department of the Kyrgyz Republic, which is the agency tasked to provide material, technical and methodological support to local courts. It also ensures the enforcement of judgments and other acts provided by law and to carry out other activities aimed to create favourable conditions for the full and independent administration of justice.
The Kyrgyz Republic is a party to a number of international treaties under which an interested party may address a claim to a court of the Kyrgyz Republic on recognition and enforcement of a decision issued by a court or arbitration court of another country. The principal treaties are:
 The Law of the Kyrgyz Republic “On enforcement proceedings and the status of enforcement officers in the Kyrgyz Republic” dated March 18, 2002 No. 39 ( with the latest amendments as of March 13, 2015).
 The 2002 Convention has superseded the 1993 Convention. However, the 1993 Convention continues to apply to the relations between the Kyrgyz Republic and a member state to this Convention, if the 2002 Convention has not entered into force with respect to the latter.