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The Constitutional Court of Armenia reviewed the constitutionality of the words "his/her/its" after the word "infringed" stipulated in article 3, paragraph 1 (1), of the Administrative Procedure Code…
Publisher: UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
An injunction to stop works at the industrial port of Granadilla was granted with no bond requirement.
Publisher: UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
This is the second edition of the Case Law of the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee. It attempts to summarize the practice of the Compliance Committee of the Aarhus Convention. Since its set up…
Publisher: Resource & Analysis Center "Society and Environment" / European ECO Forum
Costs – The Court of Appeal held that the “criteria” established in the Corner House case regarding the granting of Protective Costs Orders (PCOs) have general applicability, but must not be dealt…
Publisher: UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
Costs - The Outer Court of Session (Scotland) stated that the criteria for making a Protective Cost Order (PCO) were satisfied in an environmental case and ordered that if the petitioner – an…
Publisher: UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
The public interest and the scope of environmental impact assessment –Individuals, who are affected by a local development plan are able to invoke the public interest to advocate their cause. An…
Publisher: UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
Public concerned (neighbours) – The ambition of the Swedish Environmental Code is to introduce a uniform and generous definition of “the public concerned”. Each person who can suffer any damage or…
Publisher: UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
The definition of the public concerned – When deciding on whom should be given the right to appeal a permit decision, decisive factors are the distance to the activity, the nature of the emissions (…
Publisher: UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
Standing for individuals – the right of appeal is given to any person at risk of suffering harm or detriment caused by a decision, if that risk is not merely theoretical or completely insignificant.
Publisher: UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
Public concerned and omission by public authority – A decision of a supervisory authority not to apply for the revocation or updating of a permit (a so-called 0-decision) can be appealed and its…
Publisher: UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice