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Amid stories of under-investigated crimes committed against asylum seekers, and amid reports of refugee segregation within certain Swiss towns imposing restrictions to the immigrants’ free movement, the European Courts have been...Read More

This case is about plaintiffs Bezzina, owners of a property in Għargħur which was subsequently given to defendants Azzopardi under title of emphyteusis. On the expiration of the emphyteusis the title was converted into one of lease, with...Read More

The rise of the cyberspace and use of social networking have resulted in further facilitation of both human communication and access to information. However, the cyberspace has also become a newfound haven for perpetrators, including offenders...Read More

In this article, Dr Ariane Aquilina analyses the Five Freedoms and Five Domains in the Maltese Animal Welfare Act. NOTE: The rest of the article can be found in id-Dritt XXX.  Read More

Malta is currently and positively being perceived as the veteran within the EU for having been the first to regulate remote gaming way back in 2004.  In a preliminary ruling, the European Court of Justice had memorably referred to the...Read More

Of all the current legal and political controversies that have topped the headlines in recent times, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual (collectively referred to as ‘LGBT’) rights have been particularly prominent. The late 2000s...Read More

Louis XIV’s infamous statement, ‘L’etat c’est moi’, accurately portrays how the idea of Head of State immunity was viewed in the past when it came to International Criminal Law. The Head of State was considered to be...Read More

This article summarises the case Dr Joseph Zammit Tabona et vs Charles sive Charlie Saliba, Court of Appeal (Civil, Superior), 6 October 2009, wherein the defendant was accused of participating in a robbery and with reference to article 1049 of...Read More

The rotating Presidency of the Council of Ministers remains one of the least well-known decision-making organs in Europe. The powers exercised by this body are far-reaching, extending even beyond its period of office. With an ever-growing and...Read More

The Dublin III Regulation1 entered into force on 19 July 2013, and is intended to serve as a recast of the Dublin II Regulation, which itself replaced the Dublin Convention in 2003. The original Dublin Regulation was a law that set out which...Read More

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