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Presentation of AEAJ

The Association of European Administrative Judges (AEAJ) is an organisation founded in the year 2000. Its membership comprises [a] national associations, representing administrative judges from Member States of the European Union and the Council of Europe and [b] individual members, being administrative judges from those countries in which such associations do not exist.

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Dublin 13 September 2013 : Remedies Against Public Authorities for Breach of EU Law and the ECHR
Summary and Recommendations I. Foreword 1. The sixth annual workshop of the AEAJ working group Environmental Law was held in co-operation with the Irish Institute for European Law (ICEL). 2. The 19 AEAJ judges in attendance came from the following 10 countries : Bulgaria (BG), Finland (FI), France (FR), Germany (DE), Greece (GR), Italy (IT), Latvia (LV), Slovenia (SI), Sweden (SE), United...

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Dublin 13 September 2013 : Remedies Against Public Authorities for Breach of EU Law and the ECHR
1. A development is carried out on a site located within a residential area. This consists of a dwelling house and a barn. The latter is unused for some time. 2. Subsequently, the owner of the property begins to use the vacant barn for repairing cars and agricultural machinery. Under the prevailing planning laws, this is considered a change in use for which the planning authority must...

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