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Profile updated: 14.07.22
 Nina Cernat 
 judge 
Date of Birth: 08.10.1963
Citizenship: Republic of Moldova
Nina Cernat graduated from the law department of the Moldovan State University in 1993, but according to her CV, her career in the judiciary system started 12 years earlier: she worked as a registrar at the Ialoveni Court.

In 1990, she was appointed a judge at the Botanica District Court in Chisinau, and in 1996 she got transferred to the Chisinau Tribunal. In 2001, Mrs. Cernat’s status of magistrate was updated to service till the age limit and, the same year, she was transferred to the Chisinau Court of Appeals. Two years later, Mrs. Cernat got promoted to a member of the Supreme Court of Justice, being elected later as deputy chairwoman of this institution and chief of the Panel for Civil and Administrative Litigation. In 2012, she was transferred to the Chisinau Court of Appeals, and in 2017 she joined the Higher Council of Magistrates (CSM).

In 2018, the president at that time, Igor Dodon, awarded Nina Cernat the "Glory of Labor" order for her "long and prodigious work in the field of jurisprudence." In spite of this honor, in January 2020, the Intelligence and Security Service (SIS) filed a report for the prosecutor-general – which was published in November 2021 – with content that raised questions about the judge's integrity. SIS said there were discrepancies between the official revenues and real expenses of the given magistrate and her family, pointing subtly that it was an "indicator of illicit enrichment". SIS filed a similar report regarding CMS member Dorel Musteata, a colleague of Mrs. Cernat.

Later, the Anticorruption Prosecutor's Office (PA) denied the existence of such a report among its files but assured that the "circumstances exposed in the SIS document" would be investigated. In December 2021, PA announced that no criminal prosecution would start concerning Nina Cernat and that the case was closed. "We found that the allegations against Cernat and Musteata would not fall under the definition of criminal offense as stated in the Penal Code," anticorruption prosecutors explained in a release.
   Political Affiliation 
   Private Function 
   Public Function 
   Career 
12.2017
Higher Council of Magistrates
member
12.2012
Chisinau Court of Appeals
judge
06.2003
Supreme Court of Justice
12.2012
judge, deputy chairwoman
01.2002
Chisinau Tribunal
06.2003
judge, deputy chairwoman
10.2001
Chisinau Court of Appeals
01.2002
judge
08.1996
Chisinau Tribunal
10.2001
judge
08.1990
Botanica District Court, Chisinau
08.1996
judge
1987
Botanica District Court, Chisinau
1990
registrar
1981
Ialoveni Court
1986
registrar
   Income 
2021
Total: 813.317,52 MDL
2020
Total: 691.337,47 MDL
2019
Total: 760,00 EUR
885.484,44 MDL
2018
Total: 688.033,98 MDL
2017
Total: 600,00 EUR
488.197,44 MDL
2016
Total: 600,00 EUR
836.138,45 MDL
2015
Total: 420.432,40 MDL
2014
Total: 549.832,42 MDL
2013
Total: 134.608,90 MDL
2012
Total: 128.831,60 MDL
   Real Estate 
2016
House
Value: 186.644,00 MDL
Area: 100 mp
Ownership: 1/10
2007 - 2014
Apartment
Value: 14.411,00 MDL
Area: 32,2 mp
Ownership: 100%
2006
Agricultural land
Value: 259,00 MDL
Area: 0,0483 ha
Ownership: 100%
2006
Agricultural land
Value: 435,00 MDL
Area: 0,0813 ha
Ownership: 100%
1993 - 2018
Urban land
Value: N/A
Area: 0,04 ha
Ownership: 100%
   Mobile Assets 
2019
Car
Toyota Auris
Value: 278.898,00 MDL
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