Sovtransavto Holding v. Ukraine

Sovtransavto Holding v. Ukraine    [  ] SOVTRANSAVTO HOLDING v. UKRAINE Right to a fair trial – admissible Article 6, Section 1 Prohibition of discrimination – admissible Article 14 Protection of property – admissible Protocol No. 1, Article 1 Arbitration proceedings concerning a claim to 49% of the shares in a limited company Absence of public hearing in arbitration proceedings Alleged pressure by Executive on court with a view to influencing the outcome of the proceedings On  September  a Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights unani- mously declared admissible the application in the case of Sovtransavto Holding v. Ukraine . Summary of the facts Between  and  the applicant, a Russian limited company, held  % of the shares in Sovtransavto-Lugansk, a Ukrainian public limited company. In January  a general meeting of Sovtransavto-Lugansk’s shareholders decided to vary the company’s articles of association, turning it into a private limited company. The Lugansk Executive Council, the only public body empowered to ratify the deci- sions of limited companies, having scrutinised their compliance with the law and their articles of association, ratified that decision. In December  , August  and October  Sovtransavto-Lugansk’s managing director http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Human Rights Case Digest Brill

Sovtransavto Holding v. Ukraine

Human Rights Case Digest , Volume 12 (11-12): 1013 – Jan 1, 2001

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Martinus Nijhoff
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© 2001 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0965-934X
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1571-8131
D.O.I.
10.1163/157181301401748054
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   [  ] SOVTRANSAVTO HOLDING v. UKRAINE Right to a fair trial – admissible Article 6, Section 1 Prohibition of discrimination – admissible Article 14 Protection of property – admissible Protocol No. 1, Article 1 Arbitration proceedings concerning a claim to 49% of the shares in a limited company Absence of public hearing in arbitration proceedings Alleged pressure by Executive on court with a view to influencing the outcome of the proceedings On  September  a Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights unani- mously declared admissible the application in the case of Sovtransavto Holding v. Ukraine . Summary of the facts Between  and  the applicant, a Russian limited company, held  % of the shares in Sovtransavto-Lugansk, a Ukrainian public limited company. In January  a general meeting of Sovtransavto-Lugansk’s shareholders decided to vary the company’s articles of association, turning it into a private limited company. The Lugansk Executive Council, the only public body empowered to ratify the deci- sions of limited companies, having scrutinised their compliance with the law and their articles of association, ratified that decision. In December  , August  and October  Sovtransavto-Lugansk’s managing director

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Published: Jan 1, 2001

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