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municipal court (or tribunal)

International Law and Domestic (Municipal) Law, Law and Decisions of International Organizations and Courts

PJ v Municipal Court in Prague and Prague 3 District Court, Constitutional complaint, II ÚS 2455/09, ILDC 2052 (CZ 2009), 12th June 2012, Czech Republic; Constitutional Court

Jacomb v Australian Municipal Administrative Clerical and Services Union, First instance decision, [2004] FCA 1250, ILDC 2002 (AU 2004), 24th September 2004, Federal Court [FCA]

Municipal Court in Prague v Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic and ors, Decision on a proposal to repeal a Statute, Pl US 7/09, ILDC 2048 (CZ 2010), 4th May 2010, Czech Republic; Constitutional Court

Creighton Limited v Minister of Finance of Qatar and Minister of Municipal Affairs and Agriculture of Qatar, Appeal judgment, Case No 98-19068, (2000) 207 Bulletin civil I, 135, ILDC 772 (FR 2000), 6th July 2000, Court of Cassation [Cass]

Refusal to accept a complaint by Kulanov regarding the infringement of his constitutional rights by Article 14, Part 1, Paragraph 9 of the Federal Municipal Service Law, Kulanov, Constitutional proceedings, Determination no 1818-O, ILDC 2278 (RU 2014), 18th September 2014, Russian Federation; Constitutional Court

Singh and ors v Government of Delhi, through Secretary, Public Works Department, National Capital Territory of Delhi and Municipal Corporation of Delhi, through Additional Commissioner, Slum & Jhuggie Jhomprie Department (joining), Final judgment, WP(C) No 8904/2009, WP(C) No 7735/2007, WP(C) No 7317/2009, WP(C) No 9246/2009, ILDC 2108 (IN 2010), 2010 Indlaw DEL 592, 2010 (168) DLT 218, 11th February 2010, High Court

 

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A State or national or domestic court or tribunal, whose decisions may be a subsidiary means of determining rules of international law under art. 38(1)(d) of the I.C.J. Statute, as ...

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