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Case of Ruiz Torija v. Spain (39/1993/434/513)
European Court of Human Rights.
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1 RUIZ TORIJA v. SPAIN JUDGMENT In the case of Ruiz Torija v. Spain, The European Court of Human Rights, sitting, in accordance with Article 43 (art. 43) of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms ("the Convention") and the relevant provisions ofFile Size: KB.
Get this from a library. Case of Ruiz Torija v. Spain (39///): judgment. [Eusebio Ruiz Torija; European Court of Human Rights.].
"Ruiz Torija v Spain, Merits and Just Satisfaction, App No /91, A/A, () 19 EHRRIHRL (ECHR ), 9th DecemberEuropean Court of Human Rights [ECHR]" published on by Oxford University Press. CASE OF RUIZ TORIJA v. SPAIN (Application no. /91) JUDGMENT. STRASBOURG. 09 December In the case of Ruiz Torija v.
Spain *, The European Court of Human Rights, sitting, in accordance with Article 43 (art. HUMAN RIGHTS CASE DIGEST RUIZ TORIJA and HIRO BALANI v SPAIN In two judgments delivered in Strasbourg on 9 December in the Ruiz Torija and Hiro Balani cases, the European Court of Human Rights held by 8 votes to 1 that there had been a violation of Article 6(1) of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Legal Material. Ruiz Torija v Spain, Merits and Just Satisfaction, App No /91, A/A, () 19 EHRRIHRL (ECHR ), 9th DecemberEuropean Court of Human Rights [ECtHR]. Romania). On the other side, in a number of cases from England, France, Netherlands or Spain, the court has repeated that “the extent to which the duty to give reasons applies may vary according to the nature of the decision and must be determined in the light of the circumstances of the case” (see inter alia Ruiz Torija v.
Spain, Bufferne v. See Ruiz Torija v. Spain [() 19 EHRR ] EHRR, at para 29 and Anya v. University of Oxford [ EWCA Civ (CA)], wherein the Court referred to Article 6 of the European Convention of Human Rights which requires. Briefly, the facts of the case are that vide notification datedHeard learned counsel for the parties and perused the paper book.
See Ruiz Torija v. Spain, () 19 EHRRat para 29 and Anyav. University of Oxford, Ruiz Torija v Spain () 19 E.H.R.R. ECtHR at paragraphs 20 the court identified the relevant article of the Convention and the question the court had to decide: The relevant part of Article 6(1) of the Convention reads as follows: In the determination of his civil rights and obligationseveryone is entitled to a fair.
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See Ruiz Torija v. Spain, [ ] 19 EHRR at para. 29 and Anya v. University of Oxford,  EWCA Civwherein the court referred to article 6 of the European Convention of Human Rights which requires, adequate and intelligent reasons must be given for judicial decisions.
9 Hirvisaari v Finland, Judgment of 27 SeptemberNo /99, para See also Ruiz Torija v Spain, Judgment of 9 Decembersérie A n° A, p 12, para 29; Higgins v France, Judgment of 19 FebruaryReports of Judgments and Decisions I, p 60, para Cited by: 8.
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Mexico - Spain BIT () Nationality of the parties. Respondent State(s). Get this from a library. Affaire Ruiz Torija c. Espagne: arrêt du 9 d'ecembre = Case of Ruiz Torija v. Spain: judgment of 9 December B. Affaire Hiro Balani c. Espagne: arrêt du 9 d'ecembre = Case of Hiro Balani v. Spain: judgment of 9 December C.
Affaire L'opez Ostra c. Espagne: arrêt du 9 d'ecembre = Case of L'opez Ostra v. See Ruiz Torija v. Spain EHRR, at para 29 and Anya v. University of Oxford, wherein the Court referred to Article 6 of the European Convention of Human Rights which requires, adequate and intelligent reasons must be given for judicial decisions.
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INTRODUCTION. The term “margin of appreciation” refers to the space for manoeuvre that the Strasbourg organs are willing to grant national authorities, in fulfilling their obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights (the Convention) 1.
The legal basis of the doctrine may be found in jurisprudence, not only that of the French Conseil d’état. The Strasbourg Court will hold that Article 6(1) has been violated if a judgment leaves it unclear whether the court in question has addressed a contention advanced by a party that is fundamental to the resolution of the litigation see, for instance, Ruiz Torija v Spain and Hiro Balani v Spain () 19 EHRR In each case, however, the Court found it necessary to consider whether.
Garcia Ruiz v. Spain, Janu ; Quadrelli v. Italy, Janu 3 Van de Hurk v. the Netherlands, supra; Georgiadis v. Greece supra; Helle v. Finland Garcia Ruiz v. Spain, supra; Higgins v France I, para 42 4 Pretto and Others v Italy () 6 EHRRpara 26; Axen v Germany () 6 EHRRparas (Court of Appeal. "Ruiz-Mateos and ors v Spain, Merits and just satisfaction, App no /87, () 16 EHRRIHRL (ECHR ), 23rd JuneEuropean Court of Human Rights [ECHR]" published on by Oxford University Press.AFFAIRE GARCÍA RUIZ c.
ESPAGNE. CASE OF GARCÍA RUIZ v. SPAIN (Requête n°/Application no. /96) ARRÊT/JUDGMENT. STRASBOURG. 21 janvier/January