Resolution

Constitutional Review of Judgments A.no. 198/2009 of 17 July 2009 and Mia no. 7/2009 of27 August 2010 of the Supreme Court of Kosovo

Case No. KI 105/10

Summary

The Applicant filed a Referral pursuant to Article 113.7 of the Constitution, asserting that his Constitutional rights were infringed by a judgment of the Supreme Court, which affirmed decisions of a lower court and an administrative agency rejecting an application for registration of land on the ground that registration was attempted by an unauthorized representative, The applicant argued that the judgment of the Supreme Court violated Articles 24.1 and 46.1 of the Constitution, infringing his rights to equal protection and property, The Court held that the Referral was manifestly ill-founded and inadmissible pursuant to Rule 36.1(c) because the Applicant failed to produce prima facie evidence substantiating a Constitutional violation, citing Vanek v. Slovak Republic. Pursuant to Article 27 of the Law on the Constitutional Court and Rule 54.1 of the Rules of Procedure, the Court denied the Applicant’s request for interim measures because the Referral was inadmissible and no matter was pending before the Court

Applicant:

Alomerovic Muris

Type of Referral:

KI – Individual Referral

Type of act:

Resolution

Referral is manifestly ill-founded

Type of procedure followed before other institutions :

Civil