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Case of Abdoella v. the Netherlands (1/1992/346/419)
European Court of Human Rights.
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HUMAN RIGHTS CASE DIGEST SUMMARIES OF JUDGMENTS OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS ABDOELLA v THE NETHERLANDS In a judgment delivered at Strasbourg on 25 November in the Abdoella case the European Court of Human Rights held unanimously that there had been a violation of Article 6(1) of the European Convention on Human Rights (right to a trial within.
Abdoella v The Netherlands: ECHR 25 Nov References:  E /87 IMPORTANT:This site reports and summarizes cases. We do not provide advice. Before making any decision, you must read the full case report and take professional advice as appropriate.
Only full case reports are accepted in court. Get this from a library. -A- Affaire Abdoella c. Pays-Bas: arrêt du 25 Novembre = Case of Abdoella v. The Netherlands: judgment of 25 November B- Affaire Bunkate c.
Pays-Bas: arrêt du 26 Mai = Case of Bunkate v. The Netherlands: judgment of 26 May [Abdoella, Mr.; Johannes Maria Clemens Bunkate; European Court of Human Rights.].
2 Տե՛ս case of abdoella v. the netherlands, գանգատ թիվ /87, նոյեմբերի 25, 3 Տե՛ս case of milasi v. italy 14/// 4 Տե՛ս case of i.a. 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').
Fromthe former neutral case identifier LJN (Landelijk JurisprudentieNummer) has been replaced by an ECLI (European case Author: Elizabeth Wells. [ See communication No. / (B.d.B. the Netherlands), declared inadmissible on 30 March ] The Committee observes that in the instant case, the author contested his detention and claimed compensation through available domestic remedies, and thereby invoked the substantive rights contained in articles 9 and 14 of the Covenant.
In several cases decided by the Strasbourg Court namely, Zimmerman and Steiner v Switzerland()6 E Bezicheri v Italy () 12 EHRRand Abdoella v Netherlands() 20 EHRR shortage of judicial manpower and judicial overload were not recognized as sufficient State excuse to breach a prisoner's rights under article 5 or article.
The case originated in five applications against the Kingdom of the Netherlands which were lodged with the Commission in by Cornelis J.M. Engel, Peter van der Wiel, Gerrit Jan de Wit, Johannes C. Dona and Willem A.C. Schul, all Netherlands nationals. CASES SUMMARY Insolvency Law MRLM Magnum Financial Holdings (Pty) Ltd (in liquidation) v Summerly NO (1) SA (W) Facts A company in liquidation had a claim for R 1,6 million, which was due and payable, against the Summerly Trust who: i) committed an act of insolvency in terms of Section 8(g) of the Insolvency Act; and.
Vigers v Pike () 8 CI&F A lease of a mine which had been entered into as a result of a misrepresentation could not be rescinded as there had been considerable extraction of minerals since the date of the contract.
Armstrong v Jackson  2 KB A broker purported to buy shares for a client, but in fact sold his own shares to the. The judgment referred to the Strasbourg jurisprudence of Zimmerman and Steiner v Switzerland () 6 EHRR 17 and Bezicheri v Italy () 12 EHRR and Abdoella v Netherlands () 20 EHRR to hold that shortage of manpower and judicial overload are not recognized as sufficient State excuse to breach prisoner’s rights under Article 5.
The references below set out the exact citation of the cases concerned according to the Court’s citation rules, which can be consulted A. the Netherlands, no. /06, §20 July A. the United Kingdom Abdoella v. the Netherlands, 25 November§Series A no.
Abdolkhani and Karimnia v. Turkey. Legal directory and search engine - legislation, case-law, journals, law reform, by country and subject. Contributors: [Recent Additions] Supreme Court of the Netherlands The official site of the Dutch Supreme Court with access to actual decisions (Dutch only).
The Supreme Court of the Netherlands in The Hague is the highest judicial instance in the Netherlands. The court acts as a court of cassation, facts of the case as established by the lower court are not reviewed.
The Court is comprised of the Chief Justice and 38 judges. The judges are appointed for a life time period. Hoge Raad (Dutch Supreme. The HUDOC database provides access to the case-law of the Court (Grand Chamber, Chamber and Committee judgments and decisions, communicated cases, advisory opinions and legal summaries from the Case-Law Information Note), the European Commission of Human Rights (decisions and reports) and the Committee of Ministers (resolutions).
Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights in the field of Equality between Women And Men. CDEG () 8 3 CASE LAW OF THE X And Y V. The Netherlands judgment of 26 March Abdulaziz, Cabales And Balkandali V.
The United Kingdom judgment of 28 May The principle of complementarity is the corner stone for the operation of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
It organizes the functional relationship between domestic courts and the ICC. MPP Golub v. Ukraine (dec.), /05, 18 October Abuse of the right of application (Article 35 § 3 of the Convention) () Al-Nashif v. Bulgaria, /99, 20 June Bagheri and Maliki v.
the Netherlands (dec.), /06, 15 May Drijfhout v. the Netherlands (dec.), /09, 22 February Duringer and Grunge v. Bhe case)9 followed a decision by the Magistrate of Khayelitsha and, on appeal, that of the Cape High Court. The second, Charlotte Shibi v Mantabeni Freddy Sithole and Others (the Shibi case),10 concerned a decision of the Magistrate of Wonderboom which was successfully challenged in the Pretoria High Court.
In both cases, the. Case No Court Name Date Location; The People (Represented by Willie Mercer) v’s Theresa May & Nicky Morgan: 22nd September Manchester, England: The People (Represented by David Laity) v’s Norman Roy Blackwell, Rachel Thomson, Sarah Eileen Green, Sarah Watley & Mark King: 21st September Salford, England:.
In Hladhla v President Insurance Co Ltd (1) SA (A) this Court held that new evidence in that case should have been allowed after the argument stage. In his judgment (at E-G) Van Blerk JA referred to the danger mentioned by Wigmore, para that to make a general practice of introducing new evidence when, after argument, it is.plain case of latent ambiguity, as soon as it was shown that there were two.
Peerlesses from Bombay; and parol evidence could be given when it was found that. the plaintiff meant one and the defendants the other. If this was the case, there was no consensus ad idem, and therefore no binding contract. Scriven Bros v Hindley  3 KB Chronological list of Judgments and published decisions neant/none I Lawless c.
Irlande/v. Ireland (exceptions preliminaries et questions de procedure/ preliminary objections and questions of procedure) Lawless c. Irlande/v. Ireland (incident de procedure/procedure) Lawless c.