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Czech Republic, Constitutional Court, case no ÚS 860/15

Conflict: Conflict of interpretation -

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

Judicial interaction type: Vertical interaction - External -

Categories: Czech Republic - Constitutional Court - Migration and asylum - Art. 4 - Prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment - Art. 3 - Prohibition of torture -

European Union, CJEU, Aranyosi and Căldăraru, judgment of 5 April 2016

Conflict: Conflict of interpretation -

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation - Interaction between courts - Preliminary ruling -

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

Categories: Germany - Court of Justice of European Union - Criminal law - Effective judicial protection - Art. 4 - Prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment - Art. 47 - Right to an effective remedy and to a fair trial - Art. 3 - Prohibition of torture - Art. 6 - Right to a fair trial -

Ireland, High Court, F.O. v Refugees Appeals Tribunal & anor, [2014] IEHC 123

Conflict: Conflict of interpretation -

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

Judicial interaction type: Vertical interaction - External - Internal -

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

Italy, Supreme Court of Cassation, Iyan v Minister for Internal Affairs and Ors,

Conflict: Conflict of interpretation -

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation -

Judicial interaction type: Vertical interaction - External - Internal -

Categories: Italy - Supreme Court - Migration and asylum - Art. 4 - Prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment - Art. 18 - Right to asylum - Art. 3 - Prohibition of torture -

Slovenia, Supreme Court, Case no Up 291/2016, Judgement of 10 March 2017

Conflict: Conflict of interpretation -

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation - Interaction between courts - Preliminary ruling -

Judicial interaction type: Vertical interaction - External - Internal -

Categories: Slovenia - Supreme Court - Migration and asylum - Art. 4 - Prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment - Art. 19 - Protection in the event of removal, expulsion or extradition - Art. 52 - Scope and interpretation of rights and principles - Art. 3 - Prohibition of torture -

Sweden, Solna District Court, Decision of 3 May 2016, B 2768-16

Conflict: Conflict of interpretation -

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation - Interaction between courts - Margin of appreciation -

Judicial interaction type: Vertical interaction - External -

Categories: Sweden - National Courts - Ordinary Court - Criminal law - Art. 4 - Prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment - Art. 3 - Prohibition of torture -

The Netherlands, Court of first instance of the Hague, Middelburg branch, Judgment of 11 August 2015

Conflict:

Judicial interaction techniques: Interpretative techniques - Consistent interpretation -

Judicial interaction type: Vertical interaction - External - Spill-over dimension -

Categories: The Netherlands - National Courts - Ordinary Court - Consumer protection - Migration and asylum - Art. 4 - Prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment - Art. 10 - Freedom of thought, conscience and religion - Art. 19 - Protection in the event of removal, expulsion or extradition -

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 -

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