Article 2.7 of the FIVB Constitution (ed. 2012) provides for the creation of four (4) judicial bodies:
Decides on alleged violations of the FIVB Constitution and Regulations. In the event of an anti-doping rule violation, a member appointed by the Medical Commission also participates in the Disciplinary Panel.
Decides appeals filed by an affected party against decisions of FIVB bodies (e.g. the President, the Board of Administration, the Disciplinary Panel etc). Appeals procedures are set out in the FIVB Disciplinary Regulations.
Examines possible violations of FIVB's rules on Ethics (see Disciplinary Regulations) and proposes sanctions to the FIVB Board of Administration or to the FIVB Congress.
Decides on financial disputes of an international dimension between players/coaches/clubs (as well as coaches/NFs) either (a) reviewing a decision taken by the FIVB/Confederation in accordance with the Sports Regulations or (b) directly, upon referral of a case by the FIVB/Confederation.
All Confederations are represented on the FIVB Judicial Bodies.