CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES – SEARCH AND SEIZURE OPERATIONS – APPEAL AGAINST THE ORDINANCE AUTHORISING SEARCH AND SEIZURE OPERATIONS – LME ACT – ORDINANCE OF 13 NOVEMBER 2008 – TRANSITORY REGIME – ARTICLE 6 OF THE ECHR – RIGHT TO AN EFFECTIVE REMEDY IN LAW AND FACT – SCRUTINY OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE COURT OF APPEALS

Appeal against the ordinance authorising search and seizure operations: The Court of Cassation approves the transitory appeal before the first president of the Court of Appeal against the ordinances authorising search and seizure operations delivered before the entry into force of the ordinance of the 13th of November 2008 and specifies the control in fact exercised by this judge (ONYX Languedoc Roussillon and ONYX Méditerranée ; ETDE ; Stereau and GTM environnement ; DNECCRF)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Criminal case, 18 May 2011, ONYX Languedoc Roussillon and ONYX Méditerranée, n° 10-80019 Cass. crim. 16 June 2011, ETDE and others, no. 10-80017, "electrical equipment sector". Cass. crim. 16 June 2011, Stereau and GTM environnement, n° 10-80016, "Construction and extension of wastewater treatment plants sector". Criminal Code, May 4, 2011, CDWCCRD, No. 10-81750, "Hygiene and Personal Care Products Sector". In three judgments dated 18 May (10-80019), and 16 June (10-80016 and 10-80017), the Criminal Division of the Court validated the transitional arrangement resulting from the Order of 13 November 2008 allowing the exercise of the right to appeal before

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  • University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
  • Ashurst (Paris)

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Christophe Lemaire, Simon Naudin, Appeal against the ordinance authorising search and seizure operations: The Court of Cassation approves the transitory appeal before the first president of the Court of Appeal against the ordinances authorising search and seizure operations delivered before the entry into force of the ordinance of the 13th of November 2008 and specifies the control in fact exercised by this judge (ONYX Languedoc Roussillon and ONYX Méditerranée ; ETDE ; Stereau and GTM environnement ; DNECCRF), 18 May 2011, Concurrences N° 4-2011, Art. N° 40036, pp. 176-177

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