Caribbean Court of Justice
Caribisch Hof van Justitie (Dutch)
Cour Caribéenne de Justice (French)
The Caribbean Court of Justice shall perform to the highest standards as the supreme judicial organ in the Caribbean Community. In its original jurisdiction it ensures uniform interpretation and application of the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas, thereby underpinning and advancing the CARICOM Single Market and Economy. As the final court of appeal for member states of the Caribbean Community it fosters the development of an indigenous Caribbean jurisprudence. The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) is established on 14 February 2001 and was inaugurated on 16 April 2005 in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago.
Its flag is white with its logo in the center. The logo is a dark-blue bordered light blue disk depicting a scale and letters CCJ overlapping it. There is the name of court on upper part of blue border. Proportions of the flag is not known, it should be 3:5 or 2:3 (based on the image).