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COJConstitution of Japan
COJConfession of Judgment (law)
COJCorel Office for Java
COJChronicles Online Journal (aviation)
COJCourt of Justice
COJCity of Jacksonville, Florida
COJConfédération des Organisations de Jeunesse
COJClub Olympique de Joinville (French olympic club)
COJCup O'Joe
COJClub Ornithologique Jdidi (French; Belgian ornithological club)
COJCMIS Over Java
COJCouncil of Jordan
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However, we want to provide maximum certainty so the Repeal Bill will ensure that for future cases, UK courts continue to interpret EU-derived law using the Court of Justice of the European Union's case law, as it exists on the day we leave the EU.
Therefore, in order to ensure the uniformity of the community law interpretation, a cooperation system was created, the European Court of Justice being consulted by the national jurisdictions when the latter, enforcing a disposition of a community law in a case, must know if this disposition is valid or to specify the meaning they give it.
After the European Court of Justice has dealt with the matter, the case will be referred back to Karlsruhe for a final verdict.
The Court of Justice rejected both these two arguments as they affect claims for compensation in private law.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has agreed with the Supreme Court's ruling that technical problems which cause delayed flights or cancelled flights are the responsibility of the operating airline.
He said that inauguration of a permanent headquarters of the COMESA Court of Justice in Khartoum affirms the keenness of the keenness of the African nations and the COMESA member states to reinforce their national judicial mechanisms.
In its 8 May ruling, the Court of Justice holds that, based on established case law, the conduct of a subsidiary may be imputed to the parent company, Eni in this case, which directly or indirectly held at least 99.
International Court of Justice rulings are final and legally binding.
The Pakistan government had earlier decided to take up the matter before the International Court of Justice but now the idea had been dropped.
It has seven supranational institutions to govern and effect its purpose, which includes political (the European Commission, the Council of the European Union, the European Council and the European Parliament) and judicial bodies (the Court of Justice of the European Union) in addition to financial ones (the European Central Bank and the Court of Auditors).
This is what we are saying: let the International Court of Justice decide.