Juridical Interest Redefined?

  • Tonio Borg
  • 12/03/2022
  • 22 min read

In this article, Tonio Borg comments on two recent judgments that accepted a wider notion of juridical interest in public law actions, and what this may mean for the future. Cite as: Tonio Borg, ‘Juridical Interest Redefined?’ (Online Law Journal, 12 March 2022). Introduction Two landmark judgments have been delivered by our courts which can […]

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Speeches on Administrative Law

  • Tonio Borg
  • 15/01/2022
  • 35 min read

This article reproduces the text of three speeches on administrative law delivered at the book launch of Dr Tonio Borg’s book titled Maltese Administrative Law, held at the Chamber of Advocates Conference Hall on the 10 November 2021. They are being reproduced in the Online Law Journal as a matter of public record. In order […]

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In this article, Jessica-Ann Spiteri delves into the Parliamentary statements, the contextual background, as well as the legal aspects surrounding the recently enacted Cremation Act. Jessica-Ann Spiteri, ‘Bill N. 82 – A Bill to regulate Cremation which lead to Act No. XVII of 2019, known as the Cremation Act’ (Online Law Journal, 11 November 2019). […]

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In this article, Dr Caruana de Brincat takes a look at the recently promulgated regulations, which deal with the excavation, demolishing and construction of buildings which are adjacent to, or near the property of third parties. Natalino Caruana de Brincat, ‘Building Regulation Act: A brief overview of the Avoidance of Damage to Third Party Property […]

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In this article, Professor Kevin Aquilina takes a look at Bill N.83 of 2018, which is proposing the creation of the Office of State Advocate, and the separation of functions of state prosecutor from those of legal advisor to Government. Kevin Aquilina, ‘The State Advocate Bill No. 83 of 2019: Acting in Breach of Malta’s […]

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