City of New York66 A. The City HRL also places the burden on an entity wishing to exclude a service animal to prove that the person using one could not benefit from its use N. The history and approach of the City HRL with respect to discrimination against people with disabilities using service animals were well explained in the case of Tartaglia v.
R Seaman Pvt Ltd. Simultaneously, they filed an application in terms of Article 28 of the Protocol on Tribunal the Protocolas read with Rule 61 2 — 5 of the Rules of Procedure of the SADC Tribunal the Rulesfor an interim measure restraining the Respondent from removing or allowing the removal of the Applicants from their land, pending the determination of the matter.
On 13 December,the Tribunal granted the interim measure through its ruling which in the relevant part stated as follows: Subsequently, 77 other persons applied to intervene in the proceedings, pursuant to Article 30 of the Protocol, as read with Rule 70 of the Rules.
Additionally, the interveners applied, as a matter of urgency, for an interim measure restraining the Respondent from removing them from their agricultural lands, pending the determination of the matter.
On 28 March,the Tribunal granted the application to intervene in the proceedings and, just like in the Mike Campbell Pvt Ltd.
Mike Campbell Pvt Ltd. The Tribunal dismissed this application on the basis that it had no jurisdiction to entertain the matter since the alleged dispute in the application was between persons, namely, the Applicants in that case and those in the Campbell case and not between persons and a State, as required under Article 15 1 of the Protocol.
On 17 June,yet another application to intervene in the proceedings was filed.
The Tribunal, having established the failure, reported its finding to the Summit, pursuant to Article 32 5 of the Protocol. In the present case, the Applicants are, in essence, challenging the compulsory acquisition of their agricultural lands by the Respondent.
The acquisitions were carried out under the land reform programme undertaken by the Respondent.
We note that the acquisition of land in Zimbabwe has had a long history. However, for the purposes of the present case, we need to confine ourselves only to acquisitions carried out under section 16B of the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment No.
Section 16B of Amendment 17 provides as follows: Amendment 17 effectively vests the ownership of agricultural lands compulsorily acquired under Section 16B 2 a i and ii of Amendment 17 in the Respondent and ousts the jurisdiction of the courts to entertain any challenge concerning such acquisitions.
It is on the basis of these facts that the present matter is before the Tribunal. Learned Counsel for the Applicants submitted, in conclusion, that the Applicants, therefore, seek a declaration that the Respondent is in breach of its obligations under the Treaty by implementing Amendment 17 and that the compulsory acquisition of the lands belonging to the Applicants by the Respondent was illegal.
The learned Agent for the Respondent, for his part, made submissions to the following effect: On the contrary, the Applicants could, if they wish to, seek judicial review. The Tribunal is one of the institutions of the organization which are established under Article 9 of the Treaty.
The functions of the Tribunal are stated in Article They are to ensure adherence to, and the proper interpretation of, the provisions of the Treaty and the subsidiary instruments made thereunder, and to adjudicate upon such disputes as may be referred to it. The bases of jurisdiction are, among others, all disputes and applications referred to the Tribunal, in accordance with the Treaty and the Protocol, which relate to the interpretation and application of the Treaty — vide Article 14 a of the Protocol.
In terms of Article 15 2no person may bring an action against a State before, or without first, exhausting all available remedies or unless is unable to proceed under the domestic jurisdiction of such State.
For the present case such are, indeed, the bases and scope of the jurisdiction of the Tribunal. The first and the second Applicants first commenced proceedings in the Supreme Court of Zimbabwe, the final court in that country, challenging the acquisition of their agricultural lands by the Respondent.
The claim in that court, among other things, was that Amendment 17 obliterated their right to equal treatment before the law, to a fair hearing before an independent and impartial court of law or tribunal, and their right not to be discriminated against on the basis of race or place of origin, regarding ownership of land.
On October 11,before the Supreme Court of Zimbabwe had delivered its judgment, the first and second Applicants filed an application for an interim relief, as mentioned earlier in this judgement. The concept of exhaustion of local remedies is not unique to the Protocol.
It is also found in other regional international conventions. Thus, individuals are required to exhaust local remedies in the municipal law of the state before they can bring a case to the Commissions. This means that individuals should go through the courts system starting with the court of first instance to the highest court of appeal to get a remedy.PETA's action alerts allows you to easily contact companies, universities, government agencies, and others to improve the lives of animals used for food, clothing, experimentation and entertainment.
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