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UNDT/F.4E Yes Motion to File a Friend-of-the-Court Brief (staff association) Request by an association which may assist the UNDT in its deliberations. (...) UNDT/F.9E Yes Generic Submission Form (Applicant/Respondent) A form used to submit supporting documentation to the UNDT. UNDT/F.10E Yes Motion for Interim Measures pending Proceedings (Applicant) A motion by the Applicant asking the UNDT to order an interim measure, including suspension of the implementation of the contested decision. (...) GUIDELINES ON THE FILING OF MOTIONS At any point in case proceedings, or during a hearing, a party to the proceedings may file one or several motions and the other party may respond, using the forms above, including the generic submission form, which is used to file supporting documentation.
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Score: 1122068 - https://www.un.org/en/internal.../forms-filing-guidelines.shtml
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While the UNDT is considering your case, but not in cases of appointment, promotion or termination, you may also file a motion for interim measures, so you can request the UNDT to temporarily suspend the administrative decision. Just remember that to file such motion, you also need to file an application on the merits, or else you have no case pending. The motion form used for this purpose is form UNDT/F.11E, Motion for Interim Measures.
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Score: 1116988.9 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...t/what-you-can-challenge.shtml
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Motions for interim measures may be filed at any time including prior to the filing of an appeal. Motions by non-parties may be filed at any time after the appeal has been filed. (...) The following may be filed throughout the judgment phase: motion for extension, suspension of waiver of time limits; motion for interim measures; amicus curiae or intervention applications; motion for recusal.
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Score: 1110073.6 - https://www.un.org/en/internal.../unat/filing-to-judgment.shtml
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Score: 1087696.4 - https://www.un.org/en/internal.../forms-filing-guidelines.shtml
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This Response contained a new motion challenging the jurisdiction of the Tribunal, submitted pursuant to Rule 73(A) instead of Rule 72. (...) Discussion The re-filing by the Accused of essentially the same challenge to jurisdiction as was introduced in their Motions to Dismiss and denied by the Trial Chamber raises a procedural question about whether motions challenging jurisdiction may be made under Rule 73. (...) Accordingly, the Trial Chamber will consider the merits of the Motions on Jurisdiction, to determine whether they do indeed raise genuine jurisdictional challenges.
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Score: 1074040.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/blaskic/tdec/en/051007.htm
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This Response contained a new motion challenging the jurisdiction of the Tribunal, submitted pursuant to Rule 73(A) instead of Rule 72. (...) Discussion The re-filing by the Accused of essentially the same challenge to jurisdiction as was introduced in their Motions to Dismiss and denied by the Trial Chamber raises a procedural question about whether motions challenging jurisdiction may be made under Rule 73. (...) Accordingly, the Trial Chamber will consider the merits of the Motions on Jurisdiction, to determine whether they do indeed raise genuine jurisdictional challenges.
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Score: 1074040.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/c...cic_rebic/tdec/en/051007-1.htm
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The Appeals Chamber recalls that Rule 72(D) of the Rules defines "a motion challenging jurisdiction" for purposes of Rule 72. (...) Rule 72(A)(i), which provides that parties to Trial Chamber proceedings may bring preliminary motions "challeng[ ing] jurisdiction", therefore does not permit preliminary motions challenging jurisdiction in contempt proceedings. (...) As motions challenging the Tribunal’s jurisdiction in contempt proceedings are not motions "challenging jurisdiction" for purposes of Rule 72, decisions denying motions challenging the Tribunal’s jurisdiction in contempt proceedings are not subject to interlocutory appeal pursuant to Rule 72(B)(i).
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Score: 1069550.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/c...t_margetic/acdec/en/060302.htm
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Decision on Ljube Boskovski’s Motion Challenging Jurisdiction Case No. IT-04-82-PT IN TRIAL CHAMBER II Before: Judge Carmel Agius, Presiding Judge Hans Henrik Brydensholt Judge Albin Eser Registrar: Mr. (...) Ljube BOSKOVSKI Johan TARCULOVSKI ___________________________________________ DECISION ON LJUBE BOSKOVSKI’S MOTION CHALLENGING JURISDICTION ___________________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor: Mr. (...) IT-04-82-PT, Decision on Johan Tarculovski’s Motion Challenging Jurisdiction, 1 June 2005. 7. Response, para. 5. 8.
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Score: 1063385.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b...tarculovski/tdec/en/050614.htm
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With respect to each of the specific challenges to the Kosovo Indictment as to sufficiency of evidence, the Motion is DISMISSED . [ Section IV.A.4 of the Decision ] Croatia 320.     (...) With respect to the specific challenges to the Croatia Indictment as to sufficiency of evidence in paragraphs 64(b), 64(f), 64(h), 64(p), and 71 (Ćelija) of that Indictment, the Motion is GRANTED . 322.     (...) With respect to each of the specific challenges to Schedule B of the Bosnia Indictment as to sufficiency of evidence: Concerning items 1, 2, 7, 9, 15, and 17 the Motion is GRANTED .
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Score: 1054498.1 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...ement-acquittal-milosevic-case
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With respect to each of the specific challenges to the Kosovo Indictment as to sufficiency of evidence, the Motion is DISMISSED . [ Section IV.A.4 of the Decision ] Croatia 320.     (...) With respect to the specific challenges to the Croatia Indictment as to sufficiency of evidence in paragraphs 64(b), 64(f), 64(h), 64(p), and 71 (Ćelija) of that Indictment, the Motion is GRANTED . 322.     (...) With respect to each of the specific challenges to Schedule B of the Bosnia Indictment as to sufficiency of evidence: Concerning items 1, 2, 7, 9, 15, and 17 the Motion is GRANTED .
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Score: 1054498.1 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/3736
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