Migration and Home Affairs

right to appeal

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Definition(s)

A general principle of European Union law set out in Art. 47 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union which gives everyone whose rights and freedoms guaranteed by EU law are violated the right to an effective remedy before a national authority or tribunal notwithstanding that the violation has been committed by persons acting in an official capacity.

Source(s)

Derived by EMN from Art. 47 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union

Translations

  • BG: право на обжалване
  • CS: právo na odvolání / právo na opravný prostředek
  • DE: Recht auf Rechtsbehelf; Recht auf Berufung (DE, LU) / Recht auf einen wirksamen Rechtsbehelf
  • EL: δικαίωμα προσφυγής 
  • EN: right to appeal
  • ES: Derecho a recurrir
  • ET: kaebuse esitamise õigus
  • FI: valitusoikeus
  • FR: droit de recours
  • HU: jogorvoslathoz való jog
  • IT: diritto di ricorso
  • LT: teisė apskųsti
  • LV: pārsūdzības tiesības
  • MT: dritt ta’ appell
  • NL: recht op hoger beroep
  • PT: direito a recurso
  • SK: právo na odvolanie / právo odvolať sa / právo podať odvolanie
  • SL: pravica do pritožbe
  • SV: rätt att överklaga
  • NO: Rett til å anke

Synonym(s)

  • right to an effective remedy

Broader Term(s)

Note(s)

The right to an effective remedy is based on Art. 13 of the European Convention on Human Rights .