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Suspicions - Franz Falckenhaus - The Europa Judgement (CDr, Album)


  1. M. v. Germany: Preventive Detention After another five years, the Supreme Court made an effort to clarify and restrain its holding in Hendricks, emphasizing that state latitude in defining commitment-sufficient mental abnormality is not limitless: “there must be proof.
  2. Get this from a library! Court of Appeals reports; opinions.. [Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, U.S. Zone). Court of Appeals, United States Military Government Courts.].
  3. It emerges from the judgment of the Court of Justice, in Case C/94, Germany v Parliament and Council, that Parliament and the Council complied with the obligation to give reasons as required under Article of the EC Treaty (now Article ), since they set out why they considered that their action was in conformity with the principle of subsidiarity by stating that, because of its scale.
  4. In November , CCR, FIDH, and RAV appealed the decision of the German Federal Prosecutor not to open an investigation. On April 21, , the Stuttgart Regional Appeals Court dismissed the appeal.
  5. This is an interesting case which considers the obligation of Member States to assess fully the implications of a project on the conservation objectives of a European Site under the Habitats Directive /43/EEC, even where that site is situated some km upstream of the project. It also deals with the distinction between an avoidance or mitigation measure, on the one hand, and a.
  6. The European Centre for Law and Justice is an international, Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to the promotion and protection of human rights in Europe and worldwide.
  7. The Information Note, compiled by the Court’s Case-Law Information and Publications Division, contains summaries of cases examined during the month in question which the Registry considers as being of particular interest.
  8. Title: Judgment of the Court of Justice, Germany v Parliament and Council, Case C/98 (5 October ) Author: CVCE / (c) Court of Justice of the European Union.
  9. 1. The author of the communication is P. L., an Irish national, who also purports to submit the communication on behalf of his three sons, R. J. L., D. M. L. and T. P.

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