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For relatively obscure institutions such as the Court of Justice, a strategy of building support through satisfying the demands of various constituencies is unlikely to be successful.
In any event, after the implementation of the EC program for basic harmonization of the framework for financial services, remaining differences in national rules that create significant barriers could be removed not only as a result of market pressures or additional harmonization but also as a result of actions brought before the European Court of Justice.
An appeal may be lodged with the Court of Justice against a decision of the General Court by one of the parties to the decision.
The Nunavut Court of Justice is empowered to hear any trial level matter.
By this declaration, Latvia recognizes as compulsory the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice established by the Charter of the United Nations.
"We have decided to take Kashmir case to the International Court of Justice," Pakistan based newspaper Dawn quoted Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi as saying.
Afterward, India appealed to Jurisdiction of International Court of Justice (ICJ) on May 8, 2017, seeking a stay in implementation of execution.
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Wednesday found that India's submission pertaining to the acquittal and release of Kulbhushan Jadhav could not be upheld.
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on January 23 gave a timeline to both Pakistan and India for filing another round of memorials in the case.
"This action by the four countries to submit the case to the International Court of Justice comes in view of the decision of the ICAO Council to grant Qatar the opportunity to hear its demands, which did not include the support of these demands or to call upon the four countries to take any action," the report said citing a statement from ICAO.
This book examines cases brought before the European Court of Justice and the motives of the parties involved, to understand whether European Union law and the preliminary reference procedure can be empowering, and who is most likely to use it.
"A non-EU national may benefit from a right of residence in the Member State in which his EU citizen family member resided before acquiring the nationality of that Member State in addition to her nationality of origin," said the European Court of Justice in a press release in Luxembourg.