ECHR Case Files

The case files of the lawyer and of the intervener before the European Court of Human Rights

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    Ars Aequi Procesdossiers (case files) are written primarily to give the reader insight into different legal procedures. Relying on real case files, it is explained step by step how an actual procedure develops. The Ars Aequi Procesdossiers contain original procedural documents which, together with the accompanying text, draw the reader’s attention to the main features of the relevant laws. In this way, the material is brought to life.   

    This volume describes the application and intervention procedure before the European Court of Human Rights. Prior to presenting the case files, the Court’s organisation and procedure is introduced and the rules applicable to the application and intervention procedure are described in some detail. The documents making up the case files include correspondence of the applicant, the intervener and the Court, as well as decisions, judgments and related procedural documents. The documents are preceded by a short introduction explaining to which stage of the procedure a document belongs.

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    Inhoudsopgave

    1. Introduction  
    1.1  Outline
    1.2  The cases
    1.2.1  Jaloud v the Netherlands
    1.2.2  S.A.S. v France

    2. The procedures  
    2.1  Introduction to the Court’s organisation and procedure
    2.1.1  The Court’s organisation
    2.1.2  The Court’s procedure
    2.2  Rules for specific steps in the application procedure
    2.2.1  Exhaustion of domestic remedies
    2.2.2  The application
    2.2.3  Administrative disposal of the application
    2.2.4  Registration of the application
    2.2.5  Allocation of the application to a judicial formation (including relinquishment)
    2.2.6  Examination of the application by a judicial formation
    2.2.7  Communication of the application to the respondent Government
    2.2.8  Legal aid
    2.2.9  Written observations of the respondent Government
    2.2.10  Written observations of the applicant and claim for just satisfaction
    2.2.11  Further written observations of the respondent Government
    2.2.12  Interim measure
    2.2.13  Friendly settlement
    2.2.14  Unilateral declaration
    2.2.15  Hearing
    2.2.16  Decision or judgment
    2.2.17  Referral to the Grand Chamber
    2.3  General rules for the application procedure
    2.3.1  Representation of the applicant
    2.3.2  Protection of the applicant
    2.3.3  Cooperation and correspondence with the Court
    2.3.4  Publicity and anonymity
    2.3.5  Use of languages
    2.3.6 Priority policy
    2.3.7 Joinder and simultaneous examination of the application
    2.3.8  State of proceedings search engine
    2.4  Rules for third-party interventions
    2.4.1  Request for leave to intervene
    2.4.2  The intervention

    3. The case file of the lawyer  
    3.1  Documents in the application procedure
    3.1.1  Exhaustion of domestic remedies
     Document: Court of Appeal decision (extracts)
    3.1.2  The application
     Document: Application form (neither fully original letter nor original form)
     Document: Acknowledgment receipt application form
    3.1.3  Communication of the application to the respondent Government
     Document: Notification statement of facts and questions etc.
    3.1.4  Written observations of the respondent Government
     Document: Notification written observations of the Netherlands
    3.1.5  Written observations and claim for just satisfaction of the applicant
     Document: Request extension deadline
     Document: Answer request extension deadline
     Document: Written observations and claim for just satisfaction
     Document: Acknowledgment receipt written observations and claim for just satisfaction
    3.1.6  Further written observations of the respondent Government
     Document: Notification further written observations of the Netherlands
    3.1.7  Relinquishment
     Document: Notification intention to relinquish
     Document: Notification decision to relinquish
     Document: Notification composition Grand Chamber and etc.
    3.1.8  Hearing
     Document: Invitation to address issues in observations
     Document: Further written observations
     Document: Acknowledgment further written observations
     Document: Notification written observations on claim for just satisfaction of the
    Netherlands
     Document: Authority form (cover letter original; form not original)
     Document: Acknowledgment receipt authority form
     Document: Pleading notes (cover letter only)
    3.1.9  Judgment
     Document: Judgment (extract)
    3.2  Additional documents in the application procedure in other cases
    3.2.1  Administrative disposal of the application
     Document: Notification administrative disposal
    3.2.2  Legal aid
     Document: Declaration of applicant’s means
     Document: Directions for completing your declaration of means
     Document: Legal aid rates
     Document: Legal aid: practical guide
     Document: List of national bar associations and authorities competent to certify indigence (not the original)
    3.2.3  Priority policy and interim measure
     Document: Request interim measure and prioritisation
    3.2.4  Unilateral declaration
     Document: Unilateral declaration of the Netherlands
     Document: Judgment (extracts)
    3.2.5  Decision
     Document: Single-judge decision

    4. The case file of the intervener  
    4.1  Request for leave to interne
     Document: Request for leave to intervene
     Document: Answer request for leave to intervene (not original)
    4.2  The intervention
     Document: Written observations
     Document: Request for additional written observations
     Document: Answer request for additional written observations
    4.3  Judgment
     Document: Judgment (extracts)

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