The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations. Its role is to adjudicate disputes submitted to it by States in accordance with international law and to give advisory opinions on legal questions referred to it by authorized United Nations organs and specialized agencies.
Preventing future generations from the scourge of war (much in line with the United Nations) and finding peaceful resolutions in times of international conflict between states.
This question is about European law. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) judges do not always agree (= concur) on whether the community law (= the rules of the European Union) has supremacy over national law of a Member State. That's what you need to discuss: is community law 'more powerful' (supreme over) than national law?
The answer is yes and no.
Yes, because EU community law is not the same as any other type of international law. See case 62/26 ECJ.
No, because the EU and therefore ECJ do not always have full jurisdiction. You will need to see EU treaties TEU and TFEU for that.
The maximum is 11 in the Supreme Court of India. Jai Hind!
Who was the first lady justice of high court at Calcutta?
Mr. M.C. Setalvad was the first Attorney General of India. He served from 28.01.1950 till 01.03.1963. He was also the Chairman of the first Law Commission of independent India which was established in 1955.
I think it means like they promise somthing to the supreme court.
Hon'ble Mr. Justice S.H. Kapadia
Chief Justice of India
Appointed as the Chief Justice of India in the forenoon of 12.05.2010
has retired , the current CJI is Justice S. H. Kapadia
The present CJI is Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar and is the 44th CJI since January 1950, the year the constitution came into effect and the supreme court came into being. He succeeded Justice T.S. Thakur on 4 January 2017 and will remain in office till 28 August 2017, the day he completes 65 years of age.
1. Person must be Citizen of India.
2. As a lawyer hold a practice of 10 years or more in succession in the High Court(s) of India.
3. Have 5 years as judge of High Court (one or more).
4. Or Be a distinguished jurist in the opinion of the Parliament of India.
Hon'ble Mr. Justice S.H. Kapadia. Appointed on 18th Dec 2003 to 28th Sep 2012.
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Québec does not have the right of unilateral secession. In the Reference re Secession of Québec, the Supreme Court answered that the peoples of Québec cannot be considered an oppressed group that would have the right to such a form of secession, and further argued that Canada would be "entitled to maintain its territorial integrity under international law and to have that territorial integrity recognized by other states."
The Court noted, however, that a declaration of unconstitutional secession may become a de facto secession, were other members of the international community to grant recognition to Québec as a sovereign state.
false, they did not have right of secession.
they stay in office for two days.
The high court is the U.S. Supreme Court and its head is the Chief Jusctice.
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According to new legislation they increased from 26(25+1) to 31 judges. i.e 1 chief justice of India and 30 judges.
There are 85 judges in the Court of Cassation of France, working in six separate divisions.
the first law made in the UK was 1420s or 1400s
Before 1707 the UK did not exist. So the first law that was passed was the Act of union that joined the parliaments of Scotland and England.
World War 2 started with aggression of Germany against Poland in September 1, 1939. On September 17 forces of Red Army entered the theatre of operations. The invasion lasted until October 6, when major remaining military resistance capitulated. The government of Poland migrated first to Romania, then to England. As a result of war, 6.5 millions of citizens of Poland lost their lives, with 10% of it on battlefield (which is more than UK and US casualties from this war combined). After the aggression of Germany against Soviet Union, thousands of Polish prisoners were released from work camps and prisons to join a new military unit, commonly called "Anders' Army." This newly made unit gained fame in battlefields in Egypt and Italy, especially during the Battle of Monte Casino.
Meanwhile in Poland numerous resistance groups were created. The most numerous, Home Army, counted approximately 400,000-500,000 volunteers. Their actions varied from disruption of axis logistics to freeing prisoners. Quite a few uprising were organized, like "Warsaw Ghetto Uprising" or the "Warsaw Uprising" (not the same events). Unfortunately, during the last year of the war Yalta conference decided future destiny of Poland. The three winning leaders, namely Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Stalin, decided to let Poland be politically annexed by Soviet Union, which was later on recognized by both, Potsdam conference, and by recognition of the puppet communist government in Poland. This disloyalty passed to history as the "Western betrayal", and caused a great upset both among soldiers, British politicians (Baron Henry Strauss et al), and Polish population.
Poland ended the war in a tragic situation, and it had to stay this way for years to come. Political, scientific, and educational elites murdered or exiled. A puppet Soviet-controlled government established and ensured by Red Army stationed within the boarders. Economy and infrastructure ruined, and extreme losses in lives. Also, a memory of betrayal from both, their allies and Soviet Union, created a bitter awareness of isolation, which is strong even today.
Poland was invaded by the Germans. World War 2 broke out 2 days later.
i must say that we are not that totally free and independent for several essential reasons.......
for instance,like any other nations in the world, we definitely need the help of the first world countries(especially USA) being the most progressive and influential among all other countries....
the American government, may have direct or indirect contact with the Philippines...be it in trade and industry, commerce and tourism, employment ..... or even in some necessary affiliations in the government...........
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The manorial courts had jurisdiction over most legal cases on the manor. The most serious crimes were sent to royal courts for trial, but other crimes and disagreements were dealt with local, by the manorial court. The court was under the authority of the lord of the manor, and was administered by court officers. The legal system was common law. Records of manorial courts are not complete, and there is some disagreement as to whether there were two types, the court leet and the court baron, or whether these were the same thing.
There is a link below.
Well, when i typed in this question to google I didn't want to answer the question, CUZ I DIDN'T KNOW IT, i wanted someone else to help. Gosh, I freaking hate homework.
Honorable Mr. Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry
Judge, Supreme Court of Pakistan
Constitutional Avenue, Islamabad
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