Puerto Rico Constitution
Article V - The Judiciary
Section 2.

Universal Citation: PR Const art V § 2

Section 2. The courts of Puerto Rico shall constitute a unified judicial system for purposes of jurisdiction, operation and administration. The Legislative Assembly may create and abolish courts, except for the Supreme Court, in a manner not inconsistent with this Constitution, and shall determine the venue and organization of the courts.

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