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Author: Norel Neagu

DOI: 10.1163/157303510X12650378240395 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 Review of Central and East European Law 35 (2010) 293-305 A Need for Change: The Romanian Supreme Court’s Approach to ‘Appeals in the Interest of Law’ 1 Norel Neagu Abstract This article deals with the possibility of

In: Review of Central and East European Law
Author: Catalin Tripon

No.134/1995; Audiovisual Law No.48/1992; Telecommunication Law No.74/1996; Governmental Ordinance No.42/1997 regarding civil navigation; Banking Law No.58/1998; Insurance Law No.32/2000, etc. 29. The Romanian institution corresponding to the Internal Revenue Service. 30. Romanian Supreme Court

In: Review of Central and East European Law

/2006, Decision No. 860 of 29 June 2006; State Prosecutor v. D.C. Patriciu, Bucharest Court of Appeals, Criminal Section I , File 10352/3/2006, Decision of 10 April 2006. 33 S.R.I. v. D.C. Patriciu , Romanian Supreme Court, File 12770/3/2006, Decision No. 1475 of 18 February 2011. 34 EDF

In: The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
Author: James Busuttil

. The Court delivered a series of decisions in which it held that the quashing by the Romanian Supreme Court of Justice of Ž nal decisions involving property res- titution was a denial of the right to a fair trial. In most cases it ordered the property returned or monetary damages in lieu plus non

In: Human Rights Case Digest
Author: Camelia Toader

tends to allocate longer paragraphs to foreign law and international treaties. Most of the references concern the national law of other European states, especially France, Belgium and Germany, with some rare references to US and Canada law. 2 Structure and Functions of the Romanian Supreme Courts 2

In: Judicial Cosmopolitanism
Author: Monica Ciobanu

-Coburg-Gotha’s cabinet. In comparison, the Romanian supreme court experienced continuous executive interference, in particular from former president Iliescu. In 2005 24 M. Ciobanu / Comparative Sociology 8 (2009) 1–38 the court was still dominated by the former ruling PSD party: no less than fi ve of its nine judges

In: Comparative Sociology

(RT) had been subjected to preven- tive detention between December 1999 and February 2000 (after having been accused of abuse of office). 63 In early 2002, the prosecutor (attached to the Romanian Supreme Court of Justice) terminated the prosecution against RT on the grounds that the legal

In: Review of Central and East European Law
Author: Meda Couzens

Romanian Supreme Court (now the High Court) held that the decision of the Romanian Committee on Adoptions to suspend the receipt of applications for inter-country adoptions cannot suspend the application of legal instruments with superior legal status – including Law 18/1990 for the ratification of the

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights
Author: Filip Balcerzak

Supreme Court “lacked independence and impartiality in contravention of” art. 6(1) of the echr . 366 He also argued that “he has been prevented from having the tax litigation solved, since his challenge was suspended,” which allegedly violated art. 6 of the echr and art. 1 of Protocol 1 to the ECtHR

In: Investor – State Arbitration and Human Rights