Member States’ liability for judicial error resulting in breaches of European Union Law

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This paper presents the remedies available to persons whose European law rights have been infringed by judgments given by national Courts. The paper firsts presents the concept of state liability for judicial errors in relation to European law, as it stems from the case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union, then goes on to show how the European Court of Human Rights may give redress to such aggrieved parties. Finally, it discusses the differences in the possibility of redress given by the two courts and the compatibility between their approaches, finally leading to a discussion on the possible convergence of the two.

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  • 2. Paul Craig Grainne de Burca - EU Law: Text Cases and Materials 5th Edition Oxford University Press Oxford 2011;

  • 3. Joined Cases 28 to 30/62 – Da Costa v Nederlandse Belastingadministratie (1963) ECR 31

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  • 7. Case C-46/93 - Brasserie du Pecheur and Factortame (1996) ECR I-1029;

  • 8. Case C-173/03 - Traghetti del Mediterraneo SpA v Repubblica Italiana (2006) ECR I-05177.

  • 9. Joined Cases C-72/14 and C-197/14 – X v Inspecteur van Rijksbelastingdienst and T.A. Van Dijk v Staatssecretaris van Financien not yet reported.

  • 10. Case C-160/14 - João Filipe Ferreira da Silva e Brito and Others v Estado portugues not yet reported.

  • 11. Case Of Ullens De Schooten And Rezabek V. Belgium (Applications nos. 3989/07 and 38353/07)

  • 12. Case Of Dhahbi V. Italy (Application no. 17120/09)

  • 13. Vergauwen v. Belgium (Application no. 4832/04)

  • 14. Dhabhi v Italy cited above para. 31

  • 15. Schipani and Other v. Italy (application no. 38369/09)

  • 16. Case Of Pronina V. Ukraine (Application no. 63566/00)

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