Procedural Autonomy of a Member State: Application of the Principle by Latvian Administrative Courts  [PDF]

Dr. iur. Jautrīte Briede
Faculty of Law, University of Latvia
Professor at the Department of Public Law

The article addresses certain issues of principle of national procedural autonomy. The meaning of the principle is briefly explained at the beginning of the article. It is followed by analyses of examples of the application of this principle by Latvian courts after the judgments of Court of Justice of the European Union, as well application of the principle of procedural autonomy by Latvian courts on their own initiative.

Keywords: national procedural autonomy, the principle of effectiveness.

pp. 216–222

Juridiskā zinātne / Law, No. 14, 2021

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