On July 13, 2023, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the Law of Ukraine "On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine Regarding Certain Issues of Proceedings and Application of Bankruptcy Procedures During Martial Law" No. 2911-IX (hereinafter referred to as the Law).
Applying to the European Court of Human Rights (hereinafter – the ECHR) is currently one of the most discussed ways of potential compensation for damages caused by the russian military invasion. Starting from 24 February 2022 Ukrainian businesses and citizens are applying to the ECHR with claims against russia regarding the destruction and damage of property, the death of relatives, injuries, torture, etc.
On 22 July 2023, Ukrainian Government put into effect the changes to the Procedure for reservation of conscripts under the list of conscripts during martial law and to the Procedure and criteria for determining enterprises, institutions, and organizations that are critically important for the functioning of the economy and ensuring the livelihood of the population in a special period, approved by Resolution No. 76 of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 27 January 2023.
In a case, the Supreme Court (SC) heard, the complainant referred to a violation of procedural law by the court of appeal for allegedly failing to send him a copy of the appeal and the decision to open the appeal proceedings.
The Civil Court of Cassation of the Supreme Court (hereinafter – the Supreme Court) considered a case brought by the Czech company owner of the disputed apartment against the purchasers to invalidate the apartment sale and purchase agreement and repeal the decision on state registration of ownership as well as reclaim the respective property.
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