Part III.  Civil Proceedings

Chapter 21.  Procedure

Section 6.2101.  Declaratory judgment.

      Section 6.2101.  Declaratory judgment.
       Upon the filing of an appropriate pleading in a case of actual controversy, the Court may declare the rights and other legal relations of an interested party seeking [a] declaration, whether or not further relief is or could be available.  A declaration has the force and effect of a final judgment or decree and is reviewable as such.  The Court may grant further necessary or proper relief based on a declaratory judgment after reasonable notice and hearing against an adverse party whose rights the judgment has determined.

Cross reference:
The constitutional provisions on the Judiciary are found in Kosrae Const., Art. VI.