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Ministry of Justice

T L v Ministry of Justice (No 5924): Corte Suprema di Cassazione (Supreme Court of Cassation), Italy, Sezioni Unite Civili: de Luca (President), Segreto, Speaker: 14 March 2011

O’Brien v Ministry of Justice (formerly Department of Constitutional Affairs) [2013] UKSC 6, Supreme Court

Joint National Seminar – The Ministry of Justice of Egypt and Unidroit – Cairo (Egypt), 29 January 2000. Seminar sponsored by the Department of International and Cultural Co-operation of the Ministry of Justice of Egypt.

ESCAPING THE SHACKLES OF LAW AT THE END OF LIFE: R (NICKLINSON) V MINISTRY OF JUSTICE [2012] EWHC 2381 (ADMIN)

Novotný (Emil) v Ministry of Justice, Constitutional Complaint, Case No I ÚS 601/04, ILDC 990 (CZ 2007), 21st February 2007, Constitutional Court

Netherlands (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Security and Justice) v Respondent 1 and ors, Interim appeal, Case no 200/114/941/01, ILDC 1966 (NL 2012), 18th December 2012, Court of Appeal

President of Slovakia v National Council of Slovakia and Ministry of Justice (intervening), Constitutional review, PL ÚS 3/04, ILDC 1208 (SK 2006), 30th March 2006, Slovakia [sk]

Ministry of Justice v Anonymous, Final Appeal Judgment, Case No C06/081HR, Decision No LJN: AZ8751, ILDC 837 (NL 2007), 13th April 2007, Supreme Court [HR]

Modern Trends And Perspectives Of The Development Of Contemporary Civil Law - International Conference organised by Vilnius University (Faculty of Law) in collaboration with the Lithuanian Ministry of Justice - Vilnius (Lithuania) - 14–16 September 2005.

A and Norwegian Association for the Victims of Car Accidents (Landsforeningen for trafikkskadde) (intervening) v Royal Norwegian Ministry of Justice, Decision of Supreme Court, ILDC 261 (NO 2005), 28th October 2005, Supreme Court

AIMD Limited v Diamond Supervisor at the Ministry of Industry and ors, Original petition to the High Court of Justice, Case No HCJ 909/08, ILDC 1882 (IL 2009), 29th December 2009, Supreme Court as Court of First Instance

Kerezov (Krasimir Zdravkov) v Minister of Justice, Ministry of Health (intervening) and ors (intervening), Appeal, Administrative Case No 2829/2002, Judgment No 9904, ILDC 606 (BG 2002), 6th November 2002, Supreme Administrative Court

Gallón Giraldo and 104 others representing themselves or non-governmental organizations v Ministry of Interior and Justice and ors, Constitutional Complaint, Judgment No C-370/2006, File D-6032, ILDC 660 (CO 2006), 18th May 2006, Constitutional Court

Towards a European civil Code (Symposium organised by the Dutch Presidency of the European Union, Ministry of Justice) / Vers un Code Civil Europeen (Symposium organisé par la Présidence néerlandaise de l’Union européenne, Ministère de la Justice) – The Hague / La Haye, 28 February / février 1997

On resolving the matter of the possibility of implementing the Judgment of the European Court of Human Rights of 4 July 2013 in the Anchugov and Gladkov v Russian Federation case in accordance with the Constitution of the Russian Federation, Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, Constitutional proceedings, No 12-P, ILDC 2590 (RU 2016), 19th April 2016, Russian Federation; Constitutional Court

Procedural Law on the Threshold of the New Millennium – XIth World Congress on Procedural Law, organised by the International Association of Procedural Law (IAPL), University of Vienna, (Center of Legal Competence for improving economic structure in Central and Eastern Europe & Central Asia) under the auspices of the Austrian Ministry of Justice, 23–28 August 1999.

 

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A UK government department that came into being in May 2007. It is responsible for the courts, judiciary, funding of cases, prisons, sentencing, and the probation service – responsibilities that had previously been shared between the Home Office and the Department for Constitutional Affairs. Many of the functions historically exercised by the Lord Chancellor are now exercised by the Secretary of State for Justice.

http://www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/ Website of HM Courts Service, an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice: includes wide-ranging information on the courts system for both professional and lay users

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