We shall briefly sketch (1) the institutional framework within which the Court of Justice
operates, (2) examples of critical doctrines and decisions, and (3) contemporary debates about the legitimacy of this institution.
Community law is accepted as prevailing over national law, and both judgments and preliminary rulings of the European Court of Justice
based on Community law are binding and enforceable in the member states.
Accelerated procedures allow the Court of Justice
or the General Court to rule swiftly in cases of extreme urgency by reducing the time periods involved and eliminating certain procedural steps.
Circuit Court Feature of the Nunavut Court of Justice
India had moved the International Court of Justice
in May last year after Mr Jadhav, 48, was sentenced to death by a military court on charges of espionage.
According to Foreign Office Spokesperson, the government of Pakistan has communicated to International Court of Justice
about this development.
But they have also said that UK courts should continue to interpret European Court of Justice
(ECJ) case law around legislation derived from the European Union, on issues such as workers' rights.
Talking about European Union Court of Justice
activity, we will mention that the whole community legal order is based on the principles of direct effect and European law's priority over national law.
In a major diplomatic embarrassment for Pakistan, the International Court of Justice
on Thursday stayed the execution of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav till a final decision is taken.
After the European Court of Justice
has dealt with the matter, the case will be referred back to Karlsruhe for a final verdict.
ON SEPTEMBER 20, 2016 the Court of Justice
of the EU ruled that in negotiating the conditions under which Cyprus received financial assistance in 2013 the European Commission had a duty to ensure that the conditions were compliant with EU law.