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United Kingdom, Benkharbouche v Sudan and Janah v Libya Court of Appeal, 5 February 2015

Conflict:

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation - Interaction between provisions - Disapplication - Interaction between courts -

Judicial interaction type: Horizontal interaction - External - Vertical interaction - External -

Categories: United Kingdom - Ordinary Court - Non-discrimination - Art. 21 - Non-discrimination - Art. 47 - Right to an effective remedy and to a fair trial - Art. 6 - Right to a fair trial - CharterClick -

United Kingdom, Court of Appeal of England and Wales, Benkharbouche and Janah, judgement of 5 February 2015

Conflict: Conflict of interpretation -

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation -

Judicial interaction type: Horizontal interaction - National level - Vertical interaction - External -

Categories: United Kingdom - Supreme Court - Effective judicial protection - Art. 47 - Right to an effective remedy and to a fair trial -

United Kingdom, Court of Appeal, R (AR) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Judgement of 28 June 2013

Conflict:

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation -

Judicial interaction type: Vertical interaction - External - Internal -

Categories: United Kingdom - National Courts - Ordinary Court - Consumer protection - Migration and asylum - Art. 41 - Right to good administration -

United Kingdom, England and Wales Court of Appeal, R v Ibrahim, Judgment of 27 April 2012

Conflict: Conflict of interpretation -

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation -

Judicial interaction type: Vertical interaction - External - Internal -

Categories: United Kingdom - National Courts - Ordinary Court - Criminal law - Art. 6 - Right to a fair trial -

United Kingdom, High Court, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation et al v British Telecommunications

Conflict: Conflict of rights - Conflict of interpretation -

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation - Interaction between rights - Proportionality test - Interaction between courts - Mutual recognition - Mutual adaptation of jurisprudence -

Judicial interaction type: Horizontal interaction - External - National level - Internal - Vertical interaction - External -

Categories: United Kingdom - National Courts - Supreme Court - Consumer protection - Art. 10 - Freedom of expression -

United Kingdom, The Supreme Court, R (on the application of EM, EH, AE and MA v Secretary of State for the Home Department), Judgement of 19 February 2014

Conflict: Conflict of interpretation -

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation - Interaction between courts - Mutual recognition -

Judicial interaction type: Vertical interaction - External - Internal -

Categories: United Kingdom - National Courts - Supreme Court - Migration and asylum - Art. 4 - Prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment - Art. 3 - Prohibition of torture -

United Kingdom, Upper Tribunal, ZAT and others case, judgement of

Conflict: Conflict of interpretation -

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation - Interaction between rights - Proportionality test - Interaction between courts - Mutual adaptation of jurisprudence -

Judicial interaction type: Vertical interaction - External - Internal -

Categories: United Kingdom - National Courts - Ordinary Court - Consumer protection - Migration and asylum - Art. 7 - Respect for private and family life - Art. 24 - The rights of the child - Art. 8 - Right to respect for private and family life -

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