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Resources Keyword 'sufficient interest'

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…
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…
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…
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 (Art. 2, 7 and 9) - Legal standing of environmental associations and environmental interests affected by entrusting external subjects with building duties.
Standing for an environmental NGO – The collective interest of an environmental NGO that is active in the region is sufficiently specialized and concerns land use planning,environmental protection…
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…