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Resources Keyword 'sufficient interest'

Key issue: Appeal against a federal decision of excluding organisations from certain authorisation processes; access to justice and access to information – a public authority cannot exclude…
Key issue: A company with a purely commercial interest can lodge an admissible appeal with the Council for Permit Disputes against a permit granted to a competitor Key words: Access to Justice –…
Appeal against a cantonal decision of shooting protected birds in order to regulate their population; access to justice – a decision by public authorities that may have an impact on nature protection…
Access to justice – Two small businesses, located 3 and 5 kilometres away from a planned large scale shopping center, were granted standing in the Council of State to challenge the environmental…
Standing for a non-governmental organization – The Cassation Court of Armenia in 2009 stated that Ecoera, an environmental non-governmental organization, has access to justice before the court in…
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…
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…
NGO standing (art. 2, 6 and 9) - National legislation could not limit standing for non-governmental organizations promoting environmental protection to organizations having at least 2000 members.
NGO standing – National environmental organisation, although not officially inserted in the list of recognized entities under the law, can be granted access to justice, on the basis of the discretion…
NGO standing (Art. 2, 7 and 9) - Legal standing of environmental associations and environmental interests affected by entrusting external subjects with building duties.