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Evris Law Firm
The court as a legal institution is intended to secure human rights, freedoms and legitimate interests, create the necessary guarantees for the exercise thereof and develop the effective mechanism
Evris Law Firm
In our opinion, such approach makes the institution of appeal of a judgment by a person that was not a party in the case only theoretical and illusory.
Evris Law Firm
By its decision No. 2-р(II)/2019, dated 15/06/2019, the Constitutional Court found unconstitutional provisions of part 2 Article 26 of the Law "On Enforcement Proceedings", which envisaged that creditors were to pay...
Evris Law Firm
The topic studied by freshmen lawyers became an apple of discord in the Grand Chamber of the Supreme Court.
Evris Law Firm
It has been written a lot about land moratorium in Ukraine. Our colleagues published professional articles as recently as last year, arguing that the moratorium was an unjustified obstacle in exercising property right to land.
Evris Law Firm
On December 20, 2018 the Ukrainian Parliament repeatedly prolonged so-called land moratorium for the next year. At the same time, the Constitutional Court de facto abstracted from assessment
Sayenko Kharenko
За время независимости Украины одним из вопросов, наиболее беспокоивших граждан, k
Sayenko Kharenko
О правовых аспектах принятия Заявления об отступе Украины от обязательств, расска
Vasil Kisil & Partners
We are gradually and steadily approaching EU standards. A confirmation of this statement is that the Law of Ukraine "On Personal Data Protection" was adopted by the Parliament of Ukraine on June 1, 2010 and is going to come into effect on January 1, 2011.
Vasil Kisil & Partners
The Judgment of the European Court of Human Rights (hereinafter – "the ECHR") in the case "Regent Company v. Ukraine" (Application No. 773/03) was rendered on 3 April 2008. Since that time it was often mentioned in various commentaries of national scholars and practitioners.
Chadbourne & Parke LLP
On March 20, 2006, the President of Ukraine signed into law Law No. 3477-IV "On the Procedure for Enforcement of Decisions of the European Court for Human Rights." This law is a further step in the process of bringing Ukraine's enforcement system in line with international standards.
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