The April number of the legal revue “Curierul Judiciar” was published. The ““Newsletter” rubric of this number, drafted by the STOICA & Asociaţii team, presents briefly the decision issued by the European Court for Human Rigths on January 13, 2009 in the case Faimblat vs. Romania, through which it was decided that the procedural mechanism regulated by the Law no. 10/2001 regarding the legal regime of certain real estates abusively taken over by the communist regime in the period March 6, 1945 – December 22, 1989 represents an interference in the right to file claims in front of a court of law, interference which cannot be considered proportional to the purpose had in consideration and which infringes the provisions of art. 6, para. 1 of the European Convention regarding the Human Rights. The Article clarifies the reasoning followed by the Strasbourg Court, as well as the analyze made by this Court as regards the efficacy of the reparation system established by Law no. 10/2001. The article is signed by lawyer Bogdan Popescu.
Newsletter “Curierul Judiciar” April