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The Use of Comparative Law before the French Administrative Law Courts Or the Triumph of Castles over Pyramids

Independent courts and administrative agencies: an empirical analysis of the states

Supreme Administrative Court of the Republic of Bulgaria Decision N 4291 Sofia, 1 April 2009

Federal Administrative Court in the Name of the People: Decision

Polish Supreme Administrative Court says no to trade marks for trade mark attorneys

Legal Standing of Environmental Associations: The New ‘Democratic Approach’ of the Italian Supreme Administrative Court Consiglio di Stato, sec. IV, judgment no. 5760 of 2 October 2006, (Comitato “Comuna Bellis e Santuario” et al. v. Comune di Ostiglia et al) The full text of the judgment is available at http://www.giustizia-amministrativa.it

Case BVerwG 10 C 26.12 German Federal Administrative Court

Musa v Migration Directorate at the Ministry of the Interior, Judicial review, Administrative case no 9178/2007, ILDC 1242 (BG 2008), Supreme Administrative Court Ruling no 4293, 10th April 2008, Supreme Administrative Court

OUSELEY, Duncan (Brian Walter) (born 1950), a Judge of the High Court, Queen’s Bench Division, since 2000; Lead Judge, Administrative Court, since 2010

ROBINSON, Alice (born 1959), a Circuit Judge, since 2007; a Deputy High Court Judge of the Administrative Court, since 2010

Aeroméxico and Others v Council of Ministers, Administrative appeal, (2012) STS 7249/2012, Num Rec 207/2012, ILDC 2524 (ES 2012), 24th October 2012, Spain; Supreme Court; Administrative Chamber

Head of the Sofia Prison v Palfreeman, Cassation appeal, Judgment no 3599, Administrative Case no 10862/2013, ILDC 2396 (BG 2014), 13th March 2014, Bulgaria; Supreme Administrative Court

 

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A section of the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court that hears judicial review cases.

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