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Case of Bunkate v. The Netherlands (26/1992/371/445)

European Court of Human Rights.

Case of Bunkate v. The Netherlands (26/1992/371/445)

judgment.

by European Court of Human Rights.

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Published by Council of Europe in Strasbourg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bunkate, Johannes Maria Clemens.

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    Open LibraryOL19966308M

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Case of Bunkate v. The Netherlands (26/1992/371/445) by European Court of Human Rights. Download PDF EPUB FB2

1 DOMBO BEHEER B.V. THE NETHERLANDS JUDGMENT In the case of Dombo Beheer B.V. the Netherlands, The European Court of Human Rights, sitting, in accordance with Article 43 (art.

43) of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms ("the Convention") and the relevant provisions of. The doctrine of stare decisis does not apply in the Netherlands, but this is not the same as saying that jurisprudentie (case law) is entirely without normative force.

The Netherlands court decisions are accessible both online and, in the case of the higher courts at least, in print in the LawBod (see box opposite - 'print materials').Author: Elizabeth Wells.

PROCEDURE 1. The case originated in an application (no. /02) against the Kingdom of the Netherlands lodged with the Court under Article 34 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (“the Convention”) by an Eritrean national, Mr Mahmoud Mohammed Said (“the applicant”), on 14 January 2.

CASE OF RODRIGUES DA SILVA AND HOOGKAMER v. THE NETHERLANDS (Application no. /99) JUDGMENT STRASBOURG 31 January This judgment will become final in the circumstances set out in Article 44 § 2 of the Convention.

It may be subject to editorial Size: KB. Broeks v. The Netherlands, Communication No. /, U.N. Doc. CCPR/C/OP/2 at (). "Since such an answer could hardly be given without going into one aspect of the merits of the case-i.e.

the question of the scope of article 26 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights-the Government would respectfully. The claimant in this case is the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy of the State of the Netherlands (the State), who appealed in cassation from the Court of Appeal’s ruling in favor of Stichting Urgenda (Urgenda), an organization working to combat climate change.

Last month, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights handed down its judgment in Jaloud v. the Netherlands (full text). The case arose out of the death of Azhar Sabah Jaloud who was shot and killed when the car in which he was a passenger was fired upon going through a checkpoint in [ ].

The case before us today concerns the question whether the British companion of a British worker employed in the Netherlands can claim to be entitled to reside in the Netherlands under Community law in conjunction with the Dutch policy on aliens, set out in.

Jaloud v Netherlands: New Directions in Extra-Territorial Military Operations. Last week, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights delivered its judgment in Jaloud v Netherlands.

The case arose out of the fatal shooting of Azhar Sabah Jaloud by Dutch troops in the early hours of 21 April at a checkpoint in Iraq. CASE OF TUQUABO-TEKLE AND OTHERS v. THE NETHERLANDS (Application no. /00) JUDGMENT STRASBOURG 1 December FINAL 01/03/ This judgment will become final in the circumstances set out in Article 44 § 2 of the Convention.

It may be subject to editorial revision. This case cites: Cited – Doorson v The Netherlands ECHR (Worldlii, /92, () 22 EHRRBailii, [] ECHR 14) Evidence was given in criminal trials by anonymous witnesses and evidence was also read as a result of a witness having appeared at the trial but then absconded.

The defendant was convicted of drug trafficking. The case originated in an application (no. /80) against the Kingdom of the Netherlands lodged with the Commission on 10 January under Article 25 (art.

25) by Mr. X, on behalf of himself and of his daughter, Y. The applicants, who are both of Netherlands nationality. Judgment of the Court of 25 January - W. Bauhuis v The Netherlands State. - Reference for a preliminary ruling: Arrondissementsrechtbank 's-Gravenhage - Netherlands.

- Case European Court reports Page Greek special edition Page Portuguese special edition Page Spanish special edition Page The respondent Government asserted that the present case should be distinguished from the case of Berrehab v. the Netherlands (Eur. Court HR, judgment of 21 JuneSeries A no.

), with which the Commission had sought to compare it, on two clear grounds. It is with pleasure that we present the latest annual publication, “Doing Business in the Netherlands ” of Baker & McKenzie Amsterdam. Doing Business in the Netherlands is your personal guide to the Dutch legal and taxation system.

It covers a wide array of topics, such as the main. and Aruba were one country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands and that the administration of justice was a responsibility of the separate parts of the Kingdom.

This contention can easily be rejected on the basis of the doctrine enshrined in Article 4 of the. The Netherlands uses civil laws are written and the application of customary law is exceptional. The role of case law is small in theory, although in practice it is impossible to understand the law in many fields without also taking into account the relevant case Dutch system of law is based on the French Civil Code with influences from Roman Law and traditional Dutch customary.

CASES OF SCHOUTEN AND MELDRUM v. THE NETHERLANDS 2. In response to the enquiry made in accordance with Rule 33 para. 3 (d) of Rules of Court A, the applicants stated that they did not wish to take part in the proceedings.

On 13 January the President of the Court decided, under Rule 21 para. 6 and in the interests of the proper. North Sea Continental Shelf cases (FRG v Denmark) (FRG v Netherlands), [] - Know Facts: Delimitation of the Continental Shelf in the North Sea, Denmark, Germany and Netherlands couldn’t agree amongst themselves as to where the boundaries should be for North Sea continental shelf, referred to the ICJ Court: Provisions of a treaty could.

"North Sea Continental Shelf, Germany v Denmark, Merits, Judgment, () ICJ Rep 3, ICGJ (ICJ ), 20th FebruaryUnited Nations [UN]; International Court of Justice [ICJ]" published on by Oxford University Press.

General Information on Corporate Governance in the Netherlands The corporate governance system in the Netherlands has witnessed important changes over the last decade. Following a very public debate about the maintenance of the wide arsenal of defensive measures against takeovers in the first half of the s, a first attempt was made to.Refworld is the leading source of information necessary for taking quality decisions on refugee status.

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The information has been carefully selected and compiled from UNHCR's global network of field.Get this from a library! Case of Pelladoah v. the Netherlands (27///): judgment. [Satyanund Pelladoah; European Court of Human Rights.].