The present paper deals with Serbian Civil Procedure Law and attempts to give an understanding of its substantial parts to an Austrian expert. Initially, the notion of legal remedy in Serbian Civil Procedure Law will be elucidated. Subsequently, the paper offers an overview of the history of Serbian Civil Procedure Law, mainly focusing on the first and the second appeal. The historical portrayal of these remedies should explain the origin, meaning and purpose of many still existing regulations. The focal part of this thesis concentrates on the first appeal (Berufung) under the Law on Civil Procedure of 2011 in force, but offers also a detailed explanation of the second appeal (Revision). However, the explanations of the first appeal can often be referred to, so that only the specific rules on the second appeal are considered and described. Lastly, in order to better illustrate the whole matter, the paper briefly addresses the first and the second appeal against a Beschluss (Rekurs and Revisionsrekurs). The legal situation in effect is presented with an effort to clearly showcase the differences in regard to the Austrian Civil Procedural Law, as well as demonstrate the imperfections of the Serbian Civil Procedural Law.