An Overview of the Kadi CJEU Case Law 

  • Ariane Aquilina
  • December 22, 2014
  • 9 min read

An Overview of the Kadi1 CJEU Case Law  On 15 October 1999 the UN Security Council adopted Resolution 1267 aimed at condemning terrorism and demanding that the Taliban turn over Osama bin Laden. Paragraph 4(b) of this Resolution declares that states must:  Freeze funds and other financial resources, including funds derived or generated from property […]

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An Issue of Quasi-Contract 

  • Michelle Camilleri
  • December 22, 2014
  • 5 min read

Micallef vs Gravina1  In this case plaintiff is asking defendant to pay back maintenance, which he had paid to her as curator of her minor child. The parties separated by means of a court judgment given on the 30 June 2004 whereby plaintiff was ordered to pay defendant adequate maintenance as fixed by the Court. […]

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Actio Surrogatoria 

  • Michelle Camilleri
  • November 22, 2014
  • 3 min read

Anthony Micallef vs Paul Balzan  The facts are as follows:  – By means of a promise of sale (konvenju) dated 10 May 1993, Paul Balzan and Richard Camilleri promised Anthony and Raymond Farrugia a portion of land in Zebbug, divided into plot 1 and 2. On 23 August 1993, Anthony and Raymond Farrugia promised to […]

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Online gaming is considered to be ‘the fastest growing service activity’1 and has an estimated annual growth rate of 15%. One of the issues faced by leaders and officials within the EU is whether it is more convenient for gaming to be regulated by a common legal framework or whether each Member State should be […]

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