Key facts of the case:
The Ministry of Environment gave a mining permit in the Ihasalu sand mine, which was challenged by Andrus Miller, a representative of a nearby Neeme village. The case concerned the locus standi of the Mr Miller.
Results (sanctions) and key consequences of the case:
The case was sent back to the lower court for reconsidering. It significantly lowered barriers in environmental cases as a single individual affected by the decision could challenge it in court.