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https://dejure.org/2004,49941
EGMR, 07.09.2004 - 57464/00 (https://dejure.org/2004,49941)
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Wird zitiert von ... (9)  

  • EGMR, 01.06.2010 - 58154/08

    DERDA v. POLAND

    The Court has held in a number of cases against Poland that in order to comply with the requirement of exhaustion of domestic remedies in the context of lengthy administrative proceedings it was necessary to have recourse first to a hierarchical complaint about inactivity of an administrative authority and if this proved unsuccessful, to a subsequent complaint to the Supreme Administrative Court (see, e.g., Zynger (dec.), no. 66096/01, 7 May 2002; Futro v. Poland (dec.), no. 51832/99, 3 June 2003; Marcinkowscy v. Poland (dec.), no. 39262/98, 13 November 2003; Mazurek v. Poland (dec.), no. 57464/00, 7 September 2004; Koss v. Poland, no. 52495/99, 28 March 2006; Beller v. Poland, no. 51837/99, 1 February 2005; Karasinska v. Poland, no. 13771/02, 6 October 2009; Puchalska v. Poland, no. 10392/04, 6 October 2009).
  • EGMR, 06.10.2009 - 10392/04

    PUCHALSKA v. POLAND

    The Court considers that the combination of these remedies was designed to accelerate the process of obtaining an administrative decision enabling the applicant to put the issue of the length of the proceedings before the national authorities and to seek a decision terminating those proceedings "within a reasonable time" (see Bukowski v. Poland (dec.), no. 38665/97, 11 June 2002; Mazurek v. Poland (dec), no. 57464/00, 7 September 2004; and Kolodziej v. Poland (dec), no 47995/99, 18 October 2005).
  • EGMR, 04.10.2011 - 7153/07

    ORLIKOWSCY v. POLAND

    The Court considers that the combination of these remedies was intended to accelerate the process of obtaining an administrative decision enabling the applicant to put the issue of the length of the proceedings before the national authorities and to seek a decision terminating those proceedings "within a reasonable time" (see Bukowski v. Poland (dec.), no. 38665/97, 11 June 2002; Mazurek v. Poland (dec), no. 57464/00, 7 September 2004; and Kolodziej v. Poland (dec), no 47995/99, 18 October 2005).
  • EGMR, 13.01.2015 - 47663/11

    KASPRZYKOWSKI v. POLAND

    In a number of cases against Poland the Court has examined the administrative remedies designed to accelerate the process of obtaining an administrative decision and has held that it was necessary to have recourse to them in order to comply with the requirement of exhaustion of domestic remedies (see Bukowski v. Poland, cited above, Mazurek v. Poland (dec), no. 57464/00, 7 September 2004 and Kolodziej v. Poland (dec), no. 47995/99, 18 October 2005).
  • EGMR, 12.10.2010 - 30030/06

    FLORCZYK AND OTHERS v. POLAND

    The Court has held in a number of cases against Poland that in order to comply with the requirement of exhaustion of domestic remedies in the context of lengthy administrative proceedings it was necessary to have recourse to a hierarchical complaint about inactivity of an administrative authority and to a subsequent complaint to the Supreme Administrative Court (see, e.g., Zynger (dec.), no. 66096/01, 7 May 2002; Futro v. Poland (dec.), no. 51832/99, 3 June 2003; Marcinkowscy v. Poland (dec.), no. 39262/98, 13 November 2003; Mazurek v. Poland (dec.), no. 57464/00, 7 September 2004; Koss v. Poland, no. 52495/99, 28 March 2006; Beller v. Poland, no. 51837/99, 1 February 2005; Karasinska v. Poland, no. 13771/02, 6 October 2009; Puchalska v. Poland, no. 10392/04, 6 October 2009).
  • EGMR, 18.12.2007 - 13024/05

    OLSZEWSKA v. POLAND

    This remedy was considered by the Court as designed to accelerate the process of obtaining an administrative decision enabling the applicant to put the issue of the length of the proceedings in question before the national authorities and to seek a decision terminating those proceedings "within a reasonable time" (see Bukowski v. Poland (dec.), no. 38665/97, 11 June 2002, Mazurek v. Poland (dec), no. 57464/00, 7 September 2004 and Kolodziej v. Poland (dec), no 47995/99, 18 October 2005).
  • EGMR, 08.12.2009 - 42753/05

    ZAK v. POLAND

    The Court has already examined the combination of the administrative remedies in Poland which are designed to accelerate the process of obtaining an administrative decision (see Bukowski, cited above; Mazurek v. Poland (dec), no. 57464/00, 7 September 2004; and Kolodziej v. Poland (dec), no 47995/99, 18 October 2005).
  • EGMR, 23.09.2008 - 70596/01

    KANIECKI v. POLAND

    The Court has already examined the combination of the administrative remedies in Poland which are designed to accelerate the process of obtaining an administrative decision (see Bukowski, cited above; Mazurek v. Poland (dec), no. 57464/00, 7 September 2004; Kolodziej v. Poland (dec), no 47995/99, 18 October 2005; and Oledzki and Oledzka v Poland (dec), no. 13715/03, 4 January 2008).
  • EGMR, 04.01.2008 - 13715/03

    OLEDZKI AND OLEDZKA v. POLAND

    The Court has already examined the combination of the administrative remedies in Poland which are designed to accelerate the process of obtaining an administrative decision (see Bukowski v. Poland, cited above, Mazurek v. Poland (dec), no. 57464/00, 7 September 2004 and Kolodziej v. Poland (dec), no 47995/99, 18 October 2005).
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