The action aims at assisting the Albanian authorities to efficiently and timely enforce domestic judicial decisions and execute judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. Particular focus is given to cases concerning the applicants’ rights to peaceful possession of property.

The Action is a direct follow-up to Action “Supporting effective domestic remedies and facilitating the execution of judgments in Albania”.

The main partners and beneficiaries are State Advocate, Agency for the Treatment of Property, State Agency of Cadaster, Constitutional Court, High Court, School of Magistrates, School of Advocacy and Faculty of Law of the University of Tirana.

This support will focus on:

  • Supporting effective remedies for the enforcement of final domestic decisions
  • Monitoring the implementation of the newly introduced legal provisions on execution of the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights
  • Monitoring the implementation of the Law no. 133/2015 on the Treatment of Property and Finalisation of the Process of Compensation of Property
  • Institutional support to the recently created State Cadastre Agency
  • Harmonisation of judicial practice in the field of property rights

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High Court of Albania to improve documentation and publication of court decisions


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Two High Court representatives visit the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights


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