Department of Administrative Cases

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22 November, 2019

The decision of the State Revenue Service to deny the right to deduct input tax is declared unjustified

On November 22, the Department of Administrative Cases of the Supreme Court (Senate) left unamended the judgment of the Administrative Regional Court, which upheld the application of SIA Altic and annulled the decision of the State Revenue Service which imposed an obligation to pay value added tax, fine and late payment fee. The Senate upheld the Regional Court’s conclusion that the applicant was entitled to deduct input tax.
30 April, 2019

The proceedings are stayed in the case of the applicable import duty on copper and zinc alloys and the case referred to the Court of Justice of the European Union

On 18 April, the Department of Administrative Cases of the Supreme Court (Senate) suspended legal proceedings in a case initiated on the basis of application by SIA “Hydro Energo” for annulment of the State Revenue Service’s decision according to which customs duty and overdue payment has been calculated for the applicant in addition to applicant’s payment to the budget. The Senate decided to refer the case to the Court of Justice of the European Union for a preliminary ruling. The proceedings in the case are suspended until the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union enters into force.
19 March, 2019

The decision of the Data State Inspectorate to oblige the applicant to delete the video published on the Internet is left unchanged

On March 19, the Department of Administrative Cases of the Senate upheld the decision of the Administrative Regional Court, maintaining the obligation imposed by the Data State Inspectorate on the applicant to delete the video published on the internet in which police officers at the police station were recorded. Considering the arguments included in the judgement of the Court of Justice of the European Union, the Senate is of the opinion that there has been no fair balance between the right to freedom of expression and the right to privacy in the applicant's activities.