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Cross-Border Aspects Of Litigating In Europe Civil Claims Arising Out Of The Cyprus Problem: Thoughts On The Orams Case (In Greek), Nikitas E. Hatzimihail Jun 2012

Cross-Border Aspects Of Litigating In Europe Civil Claims Arising Out Of The Cyprus Problem: Thoughts On The Orams Case (In Greek), Nikitas E. Hatzimihail

Nikitas E Hatzimihail

The European Court of Justice ruling in the Orams v. Apostolides case has served as a landmark in the legal history of the Cyprus problem. It is also of some importance to the evolution of European litigation and the free movement of civil judgments across the EU. This article gives a full story of the case, from its beginnings in the courts of Cyprus to its aftermath in the English Court of Appeals. Its principal argument is that the case should be seen through a triple lens: property rights of the displaced Greek Cypriots, private litigation of public claims and ...


The European Enforcement Order For Uncontested Claims (Regulation 805/2004): Free Circulation Of Enforceable Titles And Harmonization Of Procedures In The European Judicial Area [In Greek], Nikitas E. Hatzimihail Jan 2011

The European Enforcement Order For Uncontested Claims (Regulation 805/2004): Free Circulation Of Enforceable Titles And Harmonization Of Procedures In The European Judicial Area [In Greek], Nikitas E. Hatzimihail

Nikitas E Hatzimihail

The article is a primer on the EU Regulation 805/2004 establishing a European Enforcement Order for Uncontested Claims. It places the Regulation within the context of EU activity on private international law and procedural matters and describes its basic features


Book Review Of Klaus-Peter Berger (Ed.), The Practice Of Transnational Law, Nikitas E. Hatzimihail Jan 2006

Book Review Of Klaus-Peter Berger (Ed.), The Practice Of Transnational Law, Nikitas E. Hatzimihail

Nikitas E Hatzimihail

Review of an edited volume on "transnational law" (lex mercatoria). The book comprises essays illustrating the diversity of opinion among enthusiasts of a transnational or anational business law, and an empirical study criticized by the reviewer for its "concrete ideological commitment"