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CCJA: There Is No Conflict When Two Separate Decisions Of The Same Court Contradict Themselves

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CCJA: There Is No Conflict When Two Separate Decisions Of The Same Court Contradict Themselves

In its Judgment No. 065/2017 of 30 March 2017, the CCJA has decided that the appeal in cassation based on the inconsistency of grounds noted in two different judgments delivered on two different dates and between the same parties in relation to the same matter, must be dismissed on the ground that the implementation of Section 28 bis of the new Rules of procedure of the CCJA assumes that in the same decision a court has clearly contradicted itself by stating conflicting grounds… Read More

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