Case of Nortier v. The Netherlands (31/1992/376/450)
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Case of Nortier v. The Netherlands (31/1992/376/450) judgment. by European Court of Human Rights.

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Published by Council of Europe in Strasbourg .
Written in English

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  • Nortier, Erik Hans.

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2 RODRIGUES DA SILVA AND HOOGKAMER v. THE NETHERLANDS JUDGMENT given the opportunity to reply in writing to each other’s observations. Neither party availed themselves of this opportunity. 7. On 1 November the Court changed the composition of its Sections (Rule 25 § 1), but this case remained with the Chamber constitutedFile Size: KB.   The Netherlands court decisions are accessible both online and, in the case of the higher courts at least, in print in the LawBod (see box opposite - 'print materials'). From , the former neutral case identifier LJN (Landelijk JurisprudentieNummer) has been replaced by an ECLI (European case Author: Elizabeth Wells.   The respondent Government asserted that the present case should be distinguished from the case of Berrehab v. the Netherlands (Eur. Court HR, judgment of 21 June , Series A no. ), with which the Commission had sought to compare it, on two clear grounds. 1. The case originated in an application (no. /04) against the Kingdom of the Netherlands lodged with the Court under Article 34 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (“the Convention”) by a Netherlands national, Mr Bart Poppe (“the applicant”), on 1 September 2.

The case has been widely cited as demonstrating the application of non-discrimination and equality norms to economic and social rights. For a similar case decided by the Committee at the same time see: S. W. M. Brooks v. the Netherlands. The decision also formed the basis for the Human Rights Committee's General Comment on Article 26 which. Island of Palmas Case (United States v. The Netherlands) Case Brief - Rule of Law: A title that is inchoate cannot prevail over a definite title found on the continuous and peaceful display of sovereignty. Facts. Both the United States (P) laid claim to the ownership of the Island of Palmas. S. W. M. Broeks v. The Netherlands, Communication No. /, U.N. Doc. CCPR/C/OP/2 at (). "Since such an answer could hardly be given without going into one aspect of the merits of the case-i.e. the question of the scope of article 26 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights-the Government would respectfully.   CASE OF MURRAY v. THE NETHERLANDS (Application no. /10) JUDGMENT STRASBOURG 26 April Aruba but the Kingdom of the Netherlands which is the Party responsible under the Convention for ensuring compliance .

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