High Cassation Court – within the Bulgarian legal system, this is the name of the High Court, set-up in the capital Sofia. The High Cassation Court consists of two divisions – for hearing civil cases and for hearing criminal cases. It is the last stage court and their decisions are final and enter in force. The judges from both divisions can take instead of court decisions, also explanatory decisions about specific provisions of the Law, which decisions are obligatory for the lower stage courts. Each division could be consisting of 3, 5 or 7 judges.