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Part III The Right to Justice, C Restrictions on Rules of Law Justified By Action to Combat Impunity, Principle 30 Restrictions on the Principle of the Irremovability of Judges

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Part III The Right to Justice, C Restrictions on Rules of Law Justified By Action to Combat Impunity, Principle 27 Restrictions on Justifications Related to Due Obedience, Superior Responsibility, and Official Status

Part III The Right to Justice, C Restrictions on Rules of Law Justified By Action to Combat Impunity, Principle 24 Restrictions and Other Measures Relating to Amnesty

 

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1 The right to take a particular case to court (see claim).

2 A chose in action (see chose).

Subjects: Law.


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