CJEU Case C-175/17 / Opinion

X v Belastingdienst/Toeslagen.
24/01/2018
Court of Justice of the European Union
Netherlands

Key facts of the case:

Reference for a preliminary ruling — Common policy on asylum and subsidiary protection — Directive 2005/85/EC — Article 39 — Directive 2008/115/EC — Article 13 — Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union — Article 18, Article 19(2) and...

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CJEU Case C-175/17 / Judgment

X v Belastingdienst/Toeslagen
26/09/2018
Court of Justice of the European Union
Decision
Netherlands

Key facts of the case:

Reference for a preliminary ruling — Common policy on asylum and subsidiary protection — Directive 2005/85/EC — Article 39 — Directive 2008/115/EC — Article 13 — Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union — Article 18, Article 19(2) and...

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Belgium/ Constitutional Court/ [2019] 111/2019

Liga voor Mensenrechten, Ligue des Droits de l’Homme, Ordre des barreaux francophones et germanophone, Association pour le droit des Etrangers, and others
18/08/2019
National Court/Tribunal
Belgium

Key facts of the case:

The case concerns the Law of 15 March 2017, which amends the Law of 15 December 1980 on access to the territory, residence, establishment and removal of aliens, in order to abolish the ex officio suspensory appeal in a decision taken on grounds of...

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Netherlands / Council of State / ECLI:NL:RVS:2018:3303

Appellant and the Board of Directors of the Council for Legal Aid
10/10/2018
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Netherlands

Key facts of the case:

The appellant asked for free legal aid in order to appeal against a decision of the director of the Central Office on Driving Licenses, in which the director stated that the appellant’s complaint against the decision to invalidate his driving...

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Portugal / Supreme Court / 134/15.7YFLSB

Judge v the Supreme Judicial Council
23/06/2016
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Portugal

Key facts of the case: 

In this case, a judge appealed against a decision made the Supreme Judicial Council (Conselho Superior da Magistratura, CSJ) that sentenced him to a disciplinary measure based on...

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Bulgaria / Supreme Administrative Court / 8412/2015

K.D.K. v Commission for Uncovering Documents and Declaring Affiliation of Bulgarian Citizens to State Security and the Intelligence Services of the Bulgarian National Army
01/06/2016
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Bulgaria

Key facts of the case: 

Mr K. appealed the decision of the lower administrative court, by which his motion to nullify a decision by the Commission, proclaiming his affliations to...

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Bulgaria / Sofia City Court / 2237/2016

D.M.S. v Director of prison in the town of S.
28/06/2016
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Bulgaria

Key facts of the case: 

Mr S, deprived of liberty, became eligible for transfer from a prison hostel of closed type to a prison hostel of open type. However, he was continuously not included in the list of inmates...

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Bulgaria / Supreme Administrative Court / 13985/2016

Ms H v the Chief of Migration Division of Sofia Directorate of the Interior
17/01/2017
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Bulgaria

Key facts of the case:

Ms H, a chinese citizen, is appealing the decision of the lower administrative court, which left her appeal against a notification by the chief of Migration Division (сектор „Миграция“...

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Belgium / Council of State / 237.723

Hugo Bogaerts, Kristien Roelants, Lin Ploegaert, Marina Apers, Marc van Damme v Belgium
21/03/2017
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Belgium

Key facts of the case: 

A Royal Decree of 30 January 2014 changed the costs of joint petitions to the Council of State. Whereas petitioners previously only had to pay one fee, the Royal Decree put down that each...

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Belgium / Constitutional Court / 13/2017

Non profit organisation ‘Bewonersgroep Onze Tuin’, D.M. and others, F.B and P.V., ‘Order van Vlaamse balies’ and Dominique Mathys, l’Ordre des avocats à la Cour de cassation and Bruno Maes, non profit organisation ‘Aktiekomitee Red de Voorkempen’ and others, non profit organisation ‘Associations Belges des Consommateurs Test-Achats and l’Ordre des barreaux francophones et germanophones v Belgium
09/02/2017
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Belgium

Key facts of the case: 

The Law of 28 April 2015 reforms the court office fees. Instead of being fixed, those fees are set in proportion to the value of the claim. Furthermore, a court office fee is added for labour and fiscal cases for...

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