2 edition of Case of Katte Klitsche de la Grange v. Italy (21/1993/416/495) found in the catalog.
Case of Katte Klitsche de la Grange v. Italy (21/1993/416/495)
European Court of Human Rights.
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In the case of Katte Klitsche de la Grange v. Italy*, 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 Rules of Court A**, as a Chamber composed of the following judges:Missing: book.
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European Court of Human Rights - case of Hermi v. Italy () (excerpts) European Court of Human Rights - case of Katte Klitsche de la Grange v. Italy () (excerpts) European Court of Human Rights - case of Bottazzi v.
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ITALY - /86  ECHR 34 (27 October ) Kattner Stahlbau (Competition)  EUECJ C/07_O (18 November ) Katya Georgieva PRAMATAROVA and Others v Bulgaria - /05  ECHR (5 October ) Katz (Police & judicial cooperation in criminal matters)  EUECJ C/07 (09 October )Missing: book.
Portugal, 23 Oct. ; Katte Klitsche de la Grange v. Italy, 27 Oct.§ THE LENGTH OF CIVIL AND CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS IN THE CASE-LAW OF THE ECHR 6 Access to the courts will remain largely theoretical and illusory if they do not deliver judgment within a File Size: KB.
Capuano v. Italy, judgment of 25 JuneSeries A no. Salesi v. Italy, judgment of 26 FebruarySeries A no. E Katte Klitsche de la Grange v. Italy, judgment o f 27 OctoberSeries A no. B 1. This summar by y the Registr y doe nos t bind the Court.
Sporrong and Lonnroth v. Sweden Benthem v. Netherlands Allan Jacobsson v. Sweden Skarby v. Sweden Oerlemans v. Netherlands Pine Valley Developments Ltd and Others v. Ireland De Geouffre de la Pradelle v. France Zumtobel v. Austria Zander v. Sweden Katte Klitsche de la Grange v.
Italy Ortenberg v. Austria. ibid . cf Katte Klitsche de la Grange v Italy, Judgment of 27 10Series A, No –B; () 19 EHRRpara 61—eight years not excessive delay in a case involving complex law and facts and important repercussions on Italian by: DE L EUROPE COUNCIL OF EUROPE COUR EUROPÉENNE DES DROITS DE LHOMME EUROP EAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS AFFAIRE FERRARI c.
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Sporrong and Lo¨nnroth v. Sweden Benthem v. Netherlands Allan Jacobsson v. Sweden Ska¨rby v. Sweden Oerlemans v. Netherlands Pine Valley Developments Ltd and Others v. Ireland De Geouffre de la Pradelle v.
France Zumtobel v. Austria Zander v. Sweden Katte Klitsche de la Grange v. Italy Ortenberg v. 64 Matos e Silva Lda v Portugal  IV ECHR; Jacobsson v Sweden No 2  I ECHR; Katte Klitsche and de la Grange v Italy  ECHR Sers A/B; Pine Valley Developments Ltd v Ireland  ECHR Sers A/, paras 57–59; Katsoulis and Ors v Greece  ECHR ; Fredin v Sweden  ECHR Sers A/, paras 41–Missing: book.
Iveco Fiat v Van Hool Case /85  ECR Jones v Saudi Arabia  EWCA Civ JP Morgan Europe Ltd v Primacom  EWHC Katte Klitsche de la Grange v Italy () 19 EHRR Klockner Holdings GmbH v Klockner Beteiligungs GmbH  EWHC Konamaneni v Rolls-Royce Industrial Power (India) Ltd  1 WLR He referred to James & Others v The United Kingdom () A98; Jacobsen v Sweden () 12 EHRR 56; Olbertz v Germany - V; Antoniades v United Kingdom 64 ER and Katte Klitsche de la Grange v Italy () 19 EHRR In the present case each defender knew or ought to have known that he was affected by the restrictive inhibition, and.
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DE L EUROPE COUNCIL OF EUROPE COUR EUROPÉENNE DES DROITS DE LHOMME EUROP EAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS CASE OF LABITA v. ITALY (Application no.
/95) JUDGMENT STRASBOURG 6 April LABITA v. ITALY JUDGMENT 1 In the case of Labita v. Italy, case should be decided by the Grand Chamber (Rule § 1 of the Rules of Court). Mr B Missing: book. Italy: judgment of 18 July B. Affaire Katte Klitsche de la Grange c.
Italie: arrêt du 27 octobre = Case of Katte Klitsche de la Grange v. Italy: judgment of 27 October [Manlio Vendittelli; Adolfo Katte Klitsche De la Grange; European Court of Human Rights.].
Case Summary of Torreggiani and Others v Italy /09 (ECHR, 08 January ) The topic Area. The case of Torreggiani and Others v Italy 1 deals primarily with the Article 3 prohibition on torture or inhuman and degrading treatment, 2 within the context of prison overcrowding.
Issue(s) in the case.Italy should introduce possibility of legal recognition for same-sex couples In today’s Chamber judgment1 in the case of Oliari and Others v. Italy (application no. /11 and /11) the European Court of Human Rights held, unanimously, that there had been.⚠ We understand you may need to change your travel plans.
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