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List of Cases in the Court of Justice

Cases under the Third Constitution

Citation Case Title First action Date of conclusion
CJ-12
Anaaxes v Austerain - Petition (22 July 2017) 22 July 2017 16 August 2017
CJ-13
In re R-11: World Assembly Waiver Resolution 27 August 2017 8 September 2017
CJ-14
Petition for Issuance of Subpoena of Tralane 15 November 2017 20 November 2017
CJ-15
Social Liberal Union v Jevoruz - Criminal Indictment (2 August 2017) 2 August 2017 28 May 2018
CJ-16
Courelli v. Anaaxes (December 2017) 29 December 2017 20 July 2018

Cases under prior Constitutions

Citation Case Title First action Date of conclusion
CJ-1
Eggy216 Banjection and Abuse of Power (January 2012)[1] 16 January 2012 1 February 2012
CJ-2
Azerzia Banjections and Abuse of Power (February 2012)[2] 19 February 2012 13 March 2012
CJ-3
Social Liberal Union v. Lymantatia (April 2012)[3] 10 April 2012 30 May 2012
CJ-4
Social Liberal Union v. New Soviet Socialist Republic (June 2012)[4] 3 June 2012 June 2012
CJ-5
Social Libral Union v. Karinisa (June 2012)[5] 7 June 2012 16 June 2012
CJ-6
Social Liberal Union v. Liva (June 2012)[6] 7 June 2012 16 June 2012
CJ-7
Social Liberal Union v. Alexakia (July 2012)[7] 9 July 2012 21 July 2012
CJ-8
Social Liberal Union v. Dog Bird (August 2012)[8] 19 August 2012 3 September 2012
CJ-9
Social Liberal Union v. Wooshaba (November 2012)[9] 15 November 2012 21 December 2012
CJ-10
Social Liberal Union v. Wasai (November 2012)[10] 15 November 2012 10 January 2013
CJ-11
The Public Prosecutor v. The Fay (October 2014)[11] 21 October 2014 12 October 2016/28 May 2018[12]
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  12. The last material item of discussion on the case occurred on the former date; it was finally formally dismissed on the latter date.