International Regulation

case lawInformation to Indian major and secondary legal assets (primarily federal) obtainable at the UW Regulation Library and online. Federal Court, Tharcisse Ryivuze v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), 2007 FC 134, Causes for Judgment and Judgment, 8 February 2007. 102, 1998, p. 825, English translation of a part of the decision published in Yearbook of International Humanitarian Legislation, Vol.

Federal Courtroom, Sivanesan Nagamany v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), 2005 FC 1554, Reasons for Order and Order, 17 November 2005. Federal Court docket, Mohammad Salah Chowdhury v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), 2003 FCT 744, Causes for Order, 13 June 2003.

Tokyo District Court docket, Civil Division No. 6, Sjoerd Lapré et al. v. Japan, Claims for compensation from Japan arising from injuries suffered by former POWs and civilian internees of the Netherlands, Judgment of 30 November 1998, Claim No. 1218 (Civil), 1994, published in Hanrei Taiumzu, Vol.

Normally, the burden rests with litigants to attraction rulings (together with those in clear violation of established case legislation) to the higher courts. Momentary Court docket-Martial at Batavia, Trial of Washio Awochi, summarized in Regulation Stories of Trials of Battle Criminals, Vol.

Supreme Courtroom, Utility beneath s. eighty three.28 of the Criminal Code (Re), 2004 2 S.C.R. 248, 2004 SCC forty two, Judgment of 23 June 2004. Navy Court at Rabaul, Trial of Tomiyasu Tisato, Judgment of 2 April 1946, summarized in Law Experiences of Trials of Struggle Criminals, Vol.