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9 Judicial Supervision

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This chapter addresses issues of judicial protection within the Community legal order and the general set-up of the Community system of judicial review, in particular the rules on access to the Court of Justice. It discusses the question how domestic courts can or must give effect to Community law. The chapter discusses the scope of acts that may be reviewed for their accordance with international asylum law by the Court of Justice. It addresses the consequences of rulings on interpretation and application of international asylum law by the latter Court for review of compatibility with international law by domestic courts. The chapter discusses the consequences of European asylum law and, in particular, of the judicial competencies of Court of Justice for the individual's access to the European Court of Human Rights. The Court of Justice is competent to rule on the "accordance" of Member State acts with international asylum law.

Keywords: community law; international asylum law; judicial protection



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