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CJEU C‐452/16 PPU / Opinion

Openbaar Ministerie v. Halil Ibrahim Özçelik
19/10/2016
Court of Justice of the European Union
Opinion
EU

Key facts of the case:

Police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters — Framework Decision 2002/584/JHA — European arrest warrant — Article 8(1)(c) — Meaning of ‘arrest warrant or any other judicial decision’ prior to the European arrest warrant

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CJEU T‐720/14 / Judgment

Arkady Romanovich Rotenberg v. Council of the European Union
30/11/2016
Court of Justice of the European Union
Decision
EU

Key facts of the case:

(Common foreign and security policy — Restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening Ukraine — Freezing of funds — Restrictions on admission to the territories of the Member States — Natural person actively supporting or...

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CJEU - Joined Cases T-156/13 and T-373/14 / Judgment

Petro Suisse Intertrade Co. SA v Council of the European Union
18/09/2015
Court of Justice of the European Union
Decision
EU

Key facts of the case:

APPLICATION for annulment, first, of Council Decision 2012/829/CFSP of 21 December 2012 amending Decision 2010/413/CFSP concerning restrictive measures against Iran (OJ 2012 L 356, p. 71) and also of Council Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1264/2012...

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CJEU - C-439/13 P / Opinion

Elitaliana SpA v Eulex Kosovo
04/12/2014
Court of Justice of the European Union
Opinion
EU

Key facts of the case:

  1. On 4 February 2008, the Council of the European Union adopted Joint Action 2008/124/CFSP on the European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo, Eulex Kosovo.
     
  2. As part of that mission, by a restricted procedure, an invitation for
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Ireland / High Court / [2012] IEHC 71

OJ v Minister for Justice and Equality and the Attorney General
03/02/2012
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Ireland

Facts of the case:

The Nigerian applicant claimed asylum in Ireland shortly after he arrived. His claim was based on two grounds: firstly alleged fear of persecution by his then girlfriend's mother and secobdly upon religious grounds. In fact, the applicant is Christian...

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Ireland / High Court / [2012] IEHC 192

Iyikoreoluwa Iyinke Afolabi And John Adedapo Afolabi (An Infant Suing By His Mother And Next Friend) And Elizabeth Aderinsola Afolabi (An Infant Suing By Her Mother And Next Friend) And Samuel Ademidun Afolabi (An Infant Suing By His Mother And Next Friend Iyikoreoluwa Iyinke Afolabi) v The Minister For Justice And Equality, Ireland And The Attorney General
17/05/2012
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Ireland

Key facts of the case:

The applicants were a mother and her three children, all of whom were Nigerian nationals. The applicants applied for asylum in Ireland, basing their claim ...

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Ireland / High Court / [2012] IEHC 251

WA v Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform
25/06/2012
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Ireland

Key facts of the case:

The applicant was a national of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) whose application for subsidiary protection was refused by the respondent. The applicant sought to challenge the decision refusing his application for subsidiary protection....

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Belgium / Constitutional Court / 1/2014

Association pour le droit des Etrangers Coordination et initiatives pour et avec les Réfugiés et Etrangers (CIRE), Liga voor Mensenrechten/Ligue des Droits de l’Homme, Vluchtelingenwerk Vlaanderen, Nazifa Mustafa and Daniel Vasic v Council of Ministers (Ministerraad/Conseil des ministres)
16/01/2014
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Belgium

Key facts of the case:

The applicants claim that asylum seekers from a country considered as a ‘safe country’, do not have the possibility to challenge the negative decision taken by the asylum authorities before the Council for Foreigners Disputes through an appeal...

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Netherlands / Administrative Jurisdiction Division of the Council of State / 201209288/1/V3

Appellant (the alien) vs the Minister for Immigration, Integration and Asylum
17/04/2013
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Netherlands

Key facts of the case:

The appellant was detained as an alien on the basis of a decision of 23 August 2012. On 17 September 2012 the District Court dismissed the appellant’s appeal and rejected his claim for compensation. The appellant relies on article 6 of the Charter,...

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Romania / Constitutional Court / 1021D/2012

The Owners’ Association of Block no. 1, 180 Alunişului street, Bucharest
20/11/2012
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Romania

Key facts of the case:

The Association complained that art. 1 pct. 1¹ and art. 299 pct. 1¹ of the Civil procedure code, stating that judicial decisions concerning petitions with a value under ROL 2000 (450 EURO) are final and cannot be appealed, violate their right of...

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